HIS CROSS and the Star of David


The oldest symbol of the Nation of Israel is the Star of David.

That star has adorned the flag of the Nation of Israel for centuries. Yet, if you open the eyes of your heart you will see that the Star of David has a much greater meaning than you thought. As you read this I pray that the Holy Spirit will give you a new way to view the star.

This is what the Star of David means to me as a Jewish believer in Jesus the Messiah of Israel the SON of GOD, the Son of David.

Please notice the star is made up of two interlocking triangles that cannot come apart when joined together.

God is Omniscient and He knew before the foundations of the world were made that the two groups of children that would come together through the Cross of His Son were Born Again Jews and Born Again Christians. They would be grafted together in the Cross of Christ to form the Eternal family of the Messiah.

How awesome is it then to look at the Star of David and to see that it is made up of Two Interlocking Triangles. One triangle represents the Born Again Jews and the other triangle represents the Born Again Christians.

Our GOD is in the details of everything contained in the History that HE has written. HIS pre-written history continues to unfold daily before our eyes.

I will never look at the Star of David the same way again, because I now see the two individual triangles that come together to form the One new symbol of Gods True chosen and elected children.

Jesus is the oldest living Jew because HE STILL LIVES.

Jesus is Coming Back Again the 2nd time for the hearts HE Redeemed on the Cross. No one that Believes in the Risen Lord will be left behind.

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