By Gerald Flurry • August 29, 2014
The book of Jeremiah was written to the ancient Israelites over 100 years after they had gone into captivity. Think about that! Why would God cause Jeremiah to do such a thing? Because the book of Jeremiah is primarily for Israel in the end time! And there is an even greater emphasis on spiritual Israel, or God’s Church. You urgently need to understand why!
What happens when God gives His Church new revelation? Satan always directs his most ferocious attack against God’s people. The Prophet Daniel battled mightily to receive God’s revelation and recorded the struggle, yet, in his lifetime he never understood what God gave him. He was told that the meaning of the revelation would come in “the time of the end.” Then he got even more specific and prophesied what would happen in the “last end”—or the end of the end time. That time is now! Imagine the fate of God’s people who understand and must deliver Daniel’s revelation! Still, they have a much greater power than Satan supporting them as they deliver the most important message in this world.
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