It is important that you know.
God keeps His promises! He made many to Abraham, and they do not depend on anything others may or not do. His descendants even rejected God’s Son, Jesus, but that did not cancel God’s promise to Abraham. The most important thing to know about prophecy is that God keeps His promises.
“And the ransomed of the Lord will return And come with joyful shouting to Zion, With everlasting joy upon their heads. They will find gladness and joy, And sorrow and sighing will flee away.” (Isaiah 35:10 NASB)
An enemy has consistently tried to nullify God’s prophetic promises. Babies were murdered, but God saved Moses. King Herod gave his orders, but an angel warned Joseph. Hitler tried extermination, but God brought them back to the promise land. Prejudiced theologians try their best to separate the Israelites from their distinct future that was promised to Abraham, Isaac. Jacob and King David.
If anyone wants to embrace the hatred of God’s enemy for His chosen people, knowledge of the future will remain a hidden Mystery. Except the certainty of death and judgement. If anyone thinks God has changed His mind, and will not fulfill His word as given, I would remind them that this same God is the One who gives His promises to Christians. Now, do you really think God would ever break a promise? Of Course Not!
From promised land, to mansions being prepared, prophecy declares what is certain to be. I pray that many would start from the beginning, (Genesis 1:1) and no matter how incredulous God’s ways may appear, trust that He is capable. He is God Almighty. He created you and me.
The photo reminds me of John the Baptist who was God’s instrument doing the “heavy work” of calling sinners to repentance. He had to deal with the hard hearts (the religious) who stood in the way. “A voice is calling,
‘Clear the way for the Lord in the wilderness;
Make smooth in the desert a highway for our God.'”
(Isa 40:3 NASB)