The Divine Plan 
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O LORD, thou art my God; I will exalt thee, I will praise thy Name;
For thou hast done wonderful things; Thy counsels of old are Faithfulness and TRUTH.

—Isaiah 25:1


Vol. 4.05 — September 2012


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Isaiah 25:1

Vol. 4.05
 September 2012

THE REIGN OF THE LORD IN ZION – The News of Life. Obadiah 21


Prepare the Table, Watch in the Watchtower, Eat, Drink ... Isaiah 21:5



This is a monthly Christian Newsletter and hereby state the object of its publication: That we are living in the last days the end of the Gospel age; as well as the dawning of the long prayed for Kingdom of Christ in power; are facts not only discernible by the close Student of the word, led by the Spirit; but the outward signs recognizable by the world, bear the same testimony: And we are desirous that the “household of Faith” be fully awake. Not only help awaken but to assist them to “put on the whole Armor of God that they may be able to stand in this evil day”. And beside all this, that giving all diligence, they add to their Faith, Virtue, and to virtue, Knowledge, Self-control, Patience, Godliness, brotherly Kindness, and Love; whom trust in the merit of Christ’s Sacrifice for the world. Luke 21:36; Matt. 6:10; Eph.6:13; 2 Peter 1:4-11


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“In that day will I raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen,
and close up the breaches thereof; and I will raise up his ruins,
and I will build it as in the days of old.
And I will bring again the captivity of my people of Israel,
and they shall build the waste cities and inhabit them;
and they shall plant vineyards and drink the wine thereof;
they shall also make gardens, and eat the fruit of them.
And I will plant them upon their land,
and they shall no more be pulled up out of their land
which I have given them, saith the Lord thy God.”

Amos 9:11,14,15


The Jewish people, are marked as distinct and peculiar by every circumstance of their history and by their common religious faith, as well as by every element of their national character, and even by their physiognomy and their manners and customs. The national characteristics of many centuries ago are still prominent, even to their fondness for the leeks and onions and garlic of Egypt, and their stiff necked obstinacy.  As a people, they truly had much advantage every way, in having committed unto them the oracles of God, developing among them poets, lawyers, statesmen and philosophers, and leading them up step by step from being a nation of slaves to be—as in the time of Solomon, the zenith of their glory—a people distinguished and honored among the nations, attracting the wonder and admiration of the world. Rom. 3:1,2; 1 Kings 4:30-34; 10:1-29

That the re-establishment of Israel in the land of Palestine is one of the events to be expected in this Day of the Lord—and greatly fulfilled by now!—we are fully assured by the above expression of the prophet. Notice, particularly, that the prophecy cannot be interpreted in any symbolic sense. It is not a Canaan in heaven to which they are appointed, but a Canaan on earth. They are to be planted upon “their land,” the land which God says he had given them, the land which he promised to Abraham, saying, “Lift up now thine eyes and look from the place where thou art, northward, and southward, and eastward, and westward: for all the land WHICH THOU SEEST, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed forever. And I will make thy seed as the dust of the earth, so that if a man can number the dust of the earth, then shall thy seed also be numbered. [An intimation of a then far distant period, giving ample time for such a multiplication of his seed.] Arise, walk through the land, in the length of it, and in the breadth of it; for I will give it unto thee.” “And I will give unto thee, and to thy seed after thee, the land wherein thou art a stranger—all the land of Canaan, for an EVERLASTING POSSESSION.” (Gen. 13:14-17; 17:8) It is a land into which they were once privileged to enter, and in which they dwelt for centuries. But during that time they were many times plucked up and carried into captivity in other lands, while strangers wasted their cities, drank the wine of their vineyards, and ate the fruit of their gardens. And finally they were completely rooted out, their cities laid waste and desolate, and they were driven as wanderers and exiles from country to country the world over. But when replanted in their land according to this promise, “they shall no more be pulled up out of their land,” which God gave them; and “they shall build the waste cities [cities in which they had formerly lived], and inhabit them.” A scattered, homeless, desolate and persecuted people, they are still a distinct and homogeneous people. United by the strong ties of blood relationship, by common hopes inspired by a common faith in the wonderful promises of God, though they have but dimly comprehended those promises, BUT God’s favor has now brought them back to the Land promised, though not yet fully occupied all of it, but the prophecy is sure, they will possess all of it thus, from the great river of Egypt to great river Euphrates. The Nation has been established since 1948 and a great number of Jews are returning to their homeland.

As a people they still have faith in God, though in their blindness and pride of heart they have stumbled over the humility of God’s appointed messenger for the world’s salvation; so that, instead of receiving him, they crucified the Savior, the Lord of glory. And yet the apostles and prophets show us that even this flagrant crime, to which their pride and self-will drove them, was not one which could never be forgiven them. Because of it, they have been punished, and that severely. When they condemned the Just One and said, “His blood be upon us and upon our children,” they little expected the fearful recompense which followed. The terrible trouble and loss of life, the destruction of their holy city and temple, the full end of their national existence, and the scattering of the surviving remnant as exiles into all nations, completed the work of their harvest period. It began in factious civil strife and was completed by an invading Roman army. Fire, sword and famine accomplished upon them a fearful recompense.

And since that time Israel has truly been a nation scattered and peeled until 1948, but still not fully recovered by now. Driven as exiles from country to country, and from province to province, they have been deprived of almost every right and privilege which other men enjoyed. Rejecting Christianity, as well in its corrupted as in its pure form, they became the objects of the contempt and relentless persecution of the Church of Rome. Says the historian:

“In Germany, France, England and Italy, they were circumscribed in their rights by decrees and laws of the ecclesiastical as well as the civil powers, excluded from all honorable occupations, driven from place to place, compelled to subsist almost entirely by mercantile occupations and usury, overtaxed and degraded in the cities, kept in narrow quarters, and marked in their dress with signs of contempt, plundered by lawless barons and penniless princes, an easy prey to all parties during the civil feuds, again and again robbed of their pecuniary claims, owned and sold as serfs by the emperors, butchered by mobs and revolted peasants, chased by monks, and finally burned in thousands by the crusaders, who also burned their brethren at Jerusalem in their synagogues, or tormented them by ridicule, abusive sermons, monstrous accusations and trials, threats and experiments of conversion....They could own no land, belong to no guild of mechanics and engage in no form of art; they were shut up almost exclusively to trading. And, finding all mankind at war with them, their national pride and arrogance were by no means softened, and the breach consequently widened between the Jews and their Gentile neighbors everywhere.”

Thus estranged from God and from their fellowmen of every nation, sad and pitiable indeed has been their miserable condition. During the relentless Papal persecutions, they have suffered in common with the saints and martyrs of Jesus—the Christian for his rejection of Antichrist, the Jew for his rejection of both Christ and Antichrist. While God has permitted these afflictions and persecutions to come as a penalty for their national crime of rejection of the Gospel and crucifixion of the Redeemer, He will nevertheless in due time reward the constancy of their faith in his promises, to which they have so long and so perseveringly held. God foreknew their pride and hardness of heart, and foretold it as well as the evils which have come upon them; and no less pointedly has He foretold a departing of their blindness and the ultimate fulfillment to them of all the earthly promises declared long ago to Abraham and repeated by one after another of the holy prophets. As the time for the promised restoration of God’s favor to Israel draws on, we see a preparation being made for it. Within the present century a sifting and separating process is manifest among them, dividing them into two classes, the Orthodox and the Non-orthodox Jews. The former still hold to the promises of God, and still hope that God’s set time to favor Zion may soon come. The latter are losing faith in a personal God, as well as in the Abrahamic promises, and are drifting toward liberalism, rationalism, and infidelity. The Orthodox include most of the poor, oppressed Jews, as well as some of the wealthy and learned, and are vastly more numerous than the Non-orthodox; though the latter are by far the more influential and respected, often merchants, bankers, editors, etc.

Since the destruction of their temple and their dispersion, the sacrifices have been discontinued; but in all other respects the Mosaic requirements are still observed among the Orthodox Jews. Their worship, as of old, consists in the reading of the Scriptures, prayer and praise. On the second day of their Feast of Trumpets they read the account of Abraham’s offering of his son Isaac and God’s blessing on him and his seed.

It will be Orthodox Jews, no doubt, that will be regathered and blessed when Messiah comes a second time, in glory and power; who will say, “Lo, this is our God; we have waited for him, and he will save us: this is the Lord; we have waited for him, we will be glad and rejoice in his salvation.” (Isaiah. 25:9) And in the clearer light of Messiah’s teaching, all faith in the vain traditions which they still hold as valuable additions to the law of God will vanish away. The time is fast approaching when God will speak peace to Israel and comfort them and fully turn away their blindness. We do not by this mean to intimate that those who have wandered far off into infidelity will never have their blindness removed. God forbid. The blind eyes of all, and of every nationality, will be opened; and all the deaf ears will be unstopped. But no special favor will come to these infidel Jews at the time of the returning favor; for “he is not a Jew, who is one outwardly”—merely by family relationship and facial expression. The Jews recognized by God as children of Abraham are those who hold to the faith of Abraham and trust in the divine promises.

Nor will the coming favor to Israel be exclusive. All believers in the covenant promises may share those returning favors with the natural seed, just as during the Gospel age any Jew who accepted Christ was eligible to all the spiritual blessings and advantages offered during the Gospel age. As only a small remnant believed in and accepted the Gospel favors at the beginning, so, aside from the Jews, only a small number of mankind will be ready for the new laws and conditions of the Millennial Age, under the righteous administration of the glorified Lord and his glorified Church; and hence, at first, few but Jews will be blessed under it.

The Jew, long accustomed to striving to do, and to trusting to works of obedience to the Law to secure for him the divine blessing, stumbled over the first feature of the Gospel dispensation—the remission of sins, without works, to every one that believeth in Jesus’ perfect work and all-sufficient sacrifice for sin. But the Jew’s respect for the Law will turn to his advantage in the dawn of the Millennial Age, and  none will be more ready for the strict requirements and laws of that age than he, after his blindness, relative to Christ and the value of his sacrifice for sins, shall have passed away; for works are required after faith in Christ, though not accepted before. And the Jew, in accepting the love and favor of God in Christ, will not be so inclined to lose sight of God’s justice as are many others of today. Others, on the contrary, will be blinded for a time and unready to recognize the rules of the Kingdom, in which justice will be laid to the line and righteousness to the plummet.

As the Jew was blinded by a false view of the Law, which was made void through false teachings, so now, many Gentiles will be hindered from taking hold of the conditions of favor during the Millennial Age, by reason of the false presentation of the doctrine of grace in the forgiveness of sin, made by false teachers of the present time, who make void the gospel of the grace of God through sophistical reasoning—“even denying that the Lord bought them” (2 Pet. 2:1), and that there was any ransom-price given or necessary for man’s recovery. They claim that to err is human, to forgive, divine; and hence, inferentially, that occasional sin is quite excusable, and that strictness of punishment, a ransom, etc., are not supposable, since if there were no sins to forgive it would take away God’s pleasure and office of forgiving. Losing sight of God’s justice, they fail to see the philosophy of His plan of reconciliation through the blood of the cross, granting remission of sins through a ransom-sacrifice, to such only as accept Christ and strive against sin. Blinded by their lax ideas of God’s justice and strictness, few will be so well prepared as the Jew for that strict obedience according to ability, which will be required of all in the next age.



We see, then, that God’s prediction, that Israel (except the faithful few) would be blinded by their Law (Rom. 11:9), was fulfilled in a natural way; and also that His further prediction, that the favors and conditions of the Millennial Age will bless many of them more quickly than others, is also to come about in a perfectly natural way and to result from reasonable causes. Thus the Millennial favors will be to the Jews first, even as by reason of the covenants, etc., the Gospel favors were offered to them first. And so it shall be finally as Simeon prophesied: “This child is set for the fall and rising again of many in Israel.” And the time for raising up that nation, so long fallen from favor, is at hand.

But let us guard against a too common mistake, made by many who see something of these promises, of supposing that the statements should be taken literally, which say: “After this I will return, and will build again the tabernacle [house] of David, which is fallen down; and I will build again the ruins thereof, and I will set it up.” “And the Lord shall give him the throne of his father David.” “And David, my servant, shall be king over them.” (Acts 15:16; Luke 1:32; Ezek. 37:24) While the literalness of the promised return of Israel to their own land, and the rebuilding of Jerusalem upon her own heaps, cannot be questioned (actually fulfilled now), we may be equally confident that by the house and throne of David, not the literal stones, timbers, etc., are meant. The re-establishment of the house of David refers to the re-establishment of royalty and dominion in the hands of some of David’s posterity. Christ Jesus is the promised scion of David’s house, and the heir of his throne; and when his authority begins to be established, that will be the beginning of the raising up (permanent establishment) of the formerly temporary house or tabernacle of David, which was overthrown, and which for many centuries has lain in the dust. So, likewise, the “throne of David,” upon which Messiah will sit, refers not to the wood and gold and ivory bench upon which David sat, but to the dignity, power and authority of office which he exercised. That authority, office or throne, which David occupied for some years, is to be filled on a much grander scale by Jehovah’s Anointed, our Lord Jesus. Amen.

But what authority did David have and exercise? We answer, it was Jehovah’s authority: David “sat upon the throne of Jehovah” (1 Chron. 29:23); and this is the very authority which will support Christ in his Millennial Kingdom. And when rightly seen it is evident that David and his throne or divine authority, established in the typical nation of Israel, were merely typical illustrations of Christ and his Kingdom; and David’s chief honor will be, if he be counted worthy, to be one of the “princes” to whom Emmanuel will entrust the earthly phase of his Kingdom. Psa. 45:16

David’s name as well as his Kingdom was typical. The name David signifies Beloved; and it is God’s Beloved Son who will be king over all the earth in that day, and not the typical beloved David of old. It is well also to distinguish clearly between the New Jerusalem, the heavenly or spiritual city of which the apostles are the twelve foundations, and the old Jerusalem which is to be rebuilt upon her old heaps. The old Jerusalem’s promised restoration implies not merely the reconstruction of the buildings, etc., but specially the reorganization of Israel’s government; for a city in prophecy is always the symbol or representation of a government. Hence, the promised reconstruction of Jerusalem upon her old foundations implies a national reorganization of Israel upon a basis similar to that which it formerly had, as a people over whom Jehovah’s Anointed held the authority. The New Jerusalem represents the Gospel Church in glory and Kingdom power, spiritual, and invisible to men, yet all-powerful. Its descent to earth (Rev. 21:2) marks the fulfillment of that petition of our Lord’s prayer which says, “Thy Kingdom come”; and its “coming” will be gradual, and not sudden. It is already “coming down,” coming into control, and as a result we see the preliminary steps leading to the re-establishment of the old Jerusalem; and ultimately the result mentioned in our Lord’s prayer will be realized—God’s will will be done on earth as in heaven. The New Jerusalem and the New Heavens are synonymous, signifying the new spiritual ruling power.

Prophecies already examined point to the year 1878 as the date at which Israel’s “double” time of waiting for the King was fulfilled, and from which their return to favor and the turning away of their blindness were due to date: the time after which it would be due to “speak comfortably to Jerusalem, and cry unto her that her appointed time [of waiting—her “double”] is accomplished and her iniquity  pardoned; for she hath received of the Lord’s hand [her] double for all her sins.” Isa. 40:1,2

From that date onward, therefore, we see, as we should expect, marked indications of returning favor to that people—a movement toward their actual planting again in their own land and their rebuilding as a great nation, according to God’s multiplied promises to that effect; for, “Thus saith the Lord, the God of Israel: Like these good figs, so will I acknowledge them that are carried away captive of Judah, whom I have sent out of this place into the land of the Chaldeans [Babylon—mystic Babylon, Christendom, as shown in verse 9; for since their overthrow they have been dispersed among all the nations of so-called Christendom] for their good [for their discipline and punishment: a good thing in disguise]. For I will set mine eyes upon them for good, and I will bring them again to this land; and I will build them, and not pull them down; and I will plant them, and not pluck them up. [This could not refer to the return from the captivity to literal Babylon, since after that return they were again pulled down and plucked up.]— already by now the nation reestablished in 1948;  And I will give them a heart to know me, that I am the Lord; and they shall be my people, and I will be their God; for they shall return unto me with their whole heart.” Jer. 24:5-7

“Thus saith the Lord: Behold, I will bring again the captivity of Jacob’s tents, and have mercy on his dwelling places; and the city [Jerusalem] shall be builded upon her own heap, and the palace [the temple] shall remain after the manner thereof. Their children also shall be as aforetime, and their congregation shall be established before me, and I will punish all that oppress them. And their nobles shall be of themselves, and their governor shall proceed from the midst of them. Behold, I will bring them from the north country [Russia], and gather them from the coasts of the earth .... A great company shall return thither. They shall come with weeping; and with supplications will I lead them .... Hear the word of the Lord, O ye nations, and declare it in the isles afar off, and say, He that scattered Israel will gather him and keep him as a shepherd doth his flock; for the Lord hath redeemed Jacob and ransomed him from the hand of him that was stronger than he. Therefore, they shall come and sing in the height of Zion, and shall flow together to the goodness of the Lord, for wheat and for wine, and for oil, and for the young of the flock and of the herd; and their soul shall be as a watered garden; and they shall not sorrow any more at all.” Jer. 30:18,20,21; 31:8-12

Not only will the great Redeemer, once rejected by them, thus restore and lift up the living generations of that people, but the dead also are to be restored; for “Thus saith the Lord God: Behold, O my people, I will open your graves, and cause you to come up out of your graves, and bring you into the land of Israel. And ye shall know that I am the Lord, when I have opened your graves, … and shall put my spirit in you, and ye shall live, and I shall place you in your own land: then shall ye know that I the Lord have spoken it, and performed it, saith the Lord.” Ezek. 37:12-14 These wonderful promises will not be fulfilled in a twenty-four-hour day, but during the Millennial day. They had a marked beginning with the year 1878, as the result of the Berlin Congress of Nations. The Jews now enjoy greater privileges in the land of their fathers than had been accorded them for centuries. They are no longer merely “dogs” to the insolent Turks.


“Thirty thousand out of the forty thousand people in Jerusalem are Jews. The Turkish government, which has for ages prohibited them from living longer than three weeks at a time in the Holy Land, is, under the influence of foreign governments, relaxing its restrictions; and at present the Jews are coming here by the hundred. They are engaging in business, and they now control a great part of the trade of Jerusalem. Some of them feel that the day when the prophecy of the Bible that they shall again inhabit their land shall be fulfilled is at hand; and one curious tribe from southern Arabia claims to have received a revelation that they must leave the desert country and come back to Palestine. These Jews have lived in Yemen Arabia for the past 2,500 years. They are of the tribe of Gad, and they left Palestine 700 years before Christ was born. They are bringing with them many valuable documents which prove their origin, and are engaging in agriculture near Jerusalem. The persecution of the Jews in Russia and Austria is driving many of them here, and there are also large numbers of Polish and Spanish Jews in Jerusalem. The time of Jews remaining in Palestine has been extended, and the restrictions upon their residence in Jerusalem have been practically removed. A half century ago there were only 32 Jewish families in all Jerusalem, and the number in all Palestine was only 3,000. Now there are nearly 50,000 in the Holy Land, and three-fourths of the population of Jerusalem is made up of them.

“A curious people they are! Like no other Jews on the face of the earth. They are nearer the type that existed here in the past. The numbers who have been forced here by persecution are supported almost entirely by the different Jewish churches over the world. “One of the great sights of Jerusalem is the Jews’ wailing place, where every Friday certain sects meet on the outside of the walls of the Mosque of Omar, which occupies the site of Solomon’s temple, and with their heads bent against the stones, sorrow over the loss of Jerusalem, and pray God to give the land back to his chosen people. This custom has been observed.”




“Ku lunaku olwo ndisimba eweema ya Dawudi eyagwa,
ne nziba ebituli byayo; era ndisimba ebibye ebyagwa,
era ndigizimba nga mu nnaku ez’edda; …
Era ndikomyawo obusibe bw’abantu bange Isiraeri,
kale  balizimba ebibuga ebyalekebwawo,
ne babituulamu; era balisimba ensuku ez’emizabbibu,
ne banywa omwenge gwamu; era balirima ennimiro,
ne balya ebibala byamu.   
Era ndibasimba ku nsi yaabwe,
so tebalisimbulwa nate mu nsi gye mbawadde,
ayogera Mukama Katonda wo.”  
—    Amosi 9:11, 14-15.

Abayisiraeri bogerwako mu byafaayo byabwe nga egwanga eryenjawulo era ery’omukisa. Ebyafaayo byabwe biwanvu songa biwandikiddwa bulungi nnyo. Ekitabo kya Bayibuli kiraga bulungi Katonda  bwe yakolaganna n’Egwanga  lino era ne baba ba mukisa nnyo olw’amateeka ga Katonda ge yabawa, ekyo ne kibafuula egwanga eryetutumu olwo bulombolombo bwabwe, nga Katonda ali nabo. —Abaruumi 3:1-2.

Okuzaawo Egwanga lya Isiraeri ky’ekimu Katonda kye yasubiza nga akaboneero akakulu eri ensi, tulaba nga Mukama Katonda yasubiza Ibrahimu ekisubizo mu “Olubereberye 13:14-17—Mukama nagamba Ibulayimu, Lutti bwe yamala okwawukana naye, nti Yimusa kaakano amaaso go, otunule ng’oyima mu kifo mw’oli, obukiika obwa kkono n’obwa ddyo n’ebuvanjuba n’ebugwanjuba: Kubanga ensi yonna gy’olabye, ndigiwa ggwe, n’ezzadde lyo emirembe gyonna. Era ndifuula n’ezzadde lyo ng’enfuufu ey’oku nsi: era omuntu bw’ayinza okubala enfuufu ey’oku nsi, era n’ezzadde lyo liribalika. Golokoka, otambule obunene ensi obuwanvu bwayo nobugazi bwayo; kubanga ndigiwa ggwe.”  Tulaba nga emirundi mingi nga Abaana ba Yakobo basimbulwa mu nsi eno era nga ebibuga byabwe byononebwa era n’enimiro zabwe nga zifa, gamba lwe batwalibwa mu buwambe ebabuloni, naye ne badda nga wayise emyaka 70! Naye badamu okugyibwa mu Palastini oba Kanani, abaruumi bwe babalumba mu mwaka gw’enkaga mu musanvu; olwo ne bafuuka emomboze mu mawanga mangi, nga babonabona, nga bafa bubi, okutuukirira kw’esaala yabwe nti “Omusaayi gwa Yesu gubalibwe kubo n’abaana babwe.” Naye tulaba ekisubizo kya Katonda mu Amosi nti “Era ndikomyawo obusibe bw’abantu bange Isiraeri, kale  balizimba ebibuga ebyalekebwawo, ne babituulamu; era balisimba ensuku ez’emizabbibu, ne banywa omwenge gwamu; era balirima ennimiro, ne balya ebibala byamu.   Era ndibasimba ku nsi yaabwe, so tebalisimbulwa nate mu nsi gye mbawadde, bwayogera Mukama Katonda wo.” Tulaba nga Katonda akomyaawo abaana ba Yakobo okulya ensi yabwe nga bwe yasubiza Jjajja bwe Ibulayimu, era mu mwaka gwa 1948 egwanga lya Isiraeri neridda ku butaka, naye nga tebanatwala ttaka lyonna Katonda lye yawa Ibulayimu n’ezadde lye—okuva ku mugga gw’emisiri (Nile) okutuuka ku mugga efulati. Era nakati abaana ba Yakobo badda mu nsi yabwe, Mukama gye yabawa!

Tulaba nga Abayudaya oba Abayisiraeri basiigala besiga Katonda wabwe era nga bagezaako okwata amateeka. Era nga basaba, basoma ekisubizo Mukama kye yawa Jjajjabwe Ibulayimu, kye tulabye wagulu. Abatakkiriza si bayuddaya era nga mulimu mu batagoberera biragiro oba okukkiriza Katonda. Ebisubizo byonna biri eri Abayudaya abakkiriza.

Tulaba nga Katonda wa kubawa omukisa nate era akole nabo endagaano empya—Yeremiya 31:31-34, “Laba, ennaku zijja, bw’ayogera Mukama, lwe ndiragaana endagaano empya n’ennyumba ya Israeri n’enyumba ya Yuda: si ng’endagaano bwe yali gye nnalagaana ne bajjajjaabwe ku lunaku lwe nnabakwata ku mukono okubaggya mu nsi y’e Misiri; endagaano yange eyo ne bagimenya newakubadde nga nnali mbawasizza, bw’ayogera Mukama. Naye eno ye ndagaano gye ndiragaana n’ennyumba ya Israeri oluvannyuma lw’ennaku ezo, bwa’ayogera Mukama; nditeeka amateeka gange mu bitundu byabwe eby’omunda, era mu mutima gwabwe mwe ndigawandiikira; nange naabanga Katonda waabwe, nabo banaabanga bantu bange. ….” Bonna abaliyingira mu ndagaano eno empya, bakufuna omukisa era amawanga mangi galyogeera nti Tugende twambuuke eri Olusozi lwa Mukama, eri enyuumba ya Yakobo, naffe tunayiga ebya Katonda we n’ebyenguddo ze—Mikka 4:1-3.

Abayuddaya nga bwe baazibwa amaaso okulaba ekisa kya Katonda ekiri mu kukkiriza Kristo, olw’ekwegomba n’okwegulumiza mu mitima gyabwe, nga kyava ku ngyigiriza ekyusakyusa ebigambo bya Katonda (Abafalisaayo n’abasudakiyo), nebatategerera ddala ekisa kya Katonda ekijjawo ebibi by’ensi olw’omutango ogwa webwa Yesu Kristo, ne basigala nga balowoleza mu mateeka n’omussayi gw’ebisolo okusonyibwa ebibi; olwo abasinga obungi nebataganyulwa mu ekiseera kino eky’Engiri y’Obwakabaka obwo mu Ggulu! Bwekityo, bangi mu kiseera ky’okukyalibwa kwabwe, bakyayinza okakanyala olw’amalala, ne batategeera ekisa kya Katonda ekiri mu Mutango ogwa webwa Yesu Kristo. Nga Yesu afuga okumala emyaka lukumi wano ku nsi (Okubikk.20:6, 5:9-10), kye tagisa abantu  okumanya n’okukkiriza ekisa kya Katonda mu Mutango—olw’okusonyibwa ebibi, era n’okuzuukira kwa bonna! Eno y’ensibuuko y’obulokozi!

Tukiraba nga bwe kyawandiikibwa mu Ebikk.15:14-17—“... Oluvanyuma lw’ebyo ndikyuka, ndizimba nate eweema ya Daudi eyagwa, okumenyeka kwayo ndikuzimba nate, ndigirongoonsa, ...” Tulaba nti mu lunyiriri lwa Daudi, Katonda alizaawo entebe y’Obwakabaka bwa Daudi, naye kino tekitegeeza ntebbe ya miti oba zaabu wabula obufuzi n’obuyinza bw’Obwakabaka obwa Katonda wano ku nsi. Naye Erinya Daudi litegeeza omwagalwa, era tukakasa nti kino kitegeeza Omwagalwa Kabaka Yesu anafuga ensi yonna nga bwe kyawandiikibwa (Zabbuli 72:8, 2:6-8). Wabula, okuzimba Yerusalemu ekibuga kya Daudi kino kitegeeza okudawo kwa Yerusalemu mu Palastini era nga kati kye Kibuga kya Israeri ekikulu, nga bwe tulabye ekisubizo kya Katonda nti alikizza mu kifo kyakyo.

Ekirala, ekibuga Yerusalemui kya mirundi ebiri; Yerusalemu ekikadde ne Yerusalemu ekyigya— Yerusalemu ekikadde kye Katonda kye yasuubiza okuzawo mu kifo kyakyo mu Palastini era nga bwe kizidwawo, wewaawo nsi mu bujuvu. Naye Yerusalemu ekyigya kye kibuga kya Katonda ekitegeeza obufuzi bwa Kristo wamu n’Ekkanisa ye—oba Eggulu erigya! (Okubikk.21). Byombi ebibuga byogerwako era ebyawandiikibwa ne biraga obukulu bwabyo obwenjawulo mu Mikka 4:1-3, Isaaya 2:1-3.




“A Plan of Ages, which he formed for the ANOINTED Jesus our Lord”
— Eph. 3:11, Emp. Diag.

“Write down the Vision and make it plain upon tables that every one may read it fluently.”
— Hab. 2:2-3 L.T.

The 3 Worlds 2 Peter 3:5-13








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OMUSOMO GWA BAIBULI nga gwabwerere!

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FIND THE TRUTH ! … John 17:17

Math.25:6: “Behold the Bridegroom …”





1.  Why does God permit Evil/ Satan to do injury?
(Lwaki Katonda owekisa aleka Satan okukola obubi?)

2.  The Most Holy Faith — the Faith which was delivered to all Saints.
(Okukkiriza okutukuvu enyo - Okwaweebwa abatukuvu ba Katonda.)

3.  The study of Bible Covenants.
(Okuyiga Endagaano Za Katonda mu baibuli)

4.  Church History— The Seven Churches and Seven Angels; Rev. 2
Ekanisa Omusanvu ne Bamalayika baazo Musanvu Okubikkulirwa 2)

5. The Armageddon & The End of the World.
(Olutalo ddekabusa  era olwenkomerero y’ensi)

6.  Tongues, Miracles, Visions and Prophesying.
(Ebyamagero, Okulabikirwa, Okwogera mu nnimi era n’Obwanabbi)

7.  The TRUE Christian Baptism!
(Okubatizibwa okuli mu byawandikibwa, okw’amazima.

          And many others (Nebirala)!!!!



Desiring to obtain God’s blessing but indifferent in doing His will results in failure. Serving and improving the life conditions of your fellow men towards God, is one source of God’s blessing. Therefore, desiring to spread God’s Message of life but thinking you are too busy with work of whatever sort, poor to give financial support as you may not have enough for food, or you are not talented to speak, or feeling bodily imperfection that a person may ask you what you can not explain; yes in whatever form of constraint: We advise you to consider the many and varied opportunities the LORD of heaven has placed before you to serve your fellow men and women; Example, obtain copies of this monthly Newsletter — look at People interested in God’s word around you; at work place, home, neighbors, at your church, sending a copy to mother, father, friends & relatives in different places of the Country. Those who could promote this work in other right way, the opportunity stands. Yes, how refreshing and motivating you may contribute to changing Peoples lives, and yourself be God’s righteous Servant in the belief of Christ and the TRUTH.


Growth in faith is a desired state of Christian for desired fruitage of Christ likeness; But this must be in line with the will of God as expressed in 1 Thess. 5:21 KJV — “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.” In line with this exhortation we advise all who are earnest students of Scriptures and our Newsletter, to prove all our studies with the only standard given by God (Isaiah 34:16) and please communicate to us!  It is also, our privilege to share the message of God’s love with others; hence we advise those who received the first publications to share them with God’s People.


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