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. 
-  Amos 9:14-15 KJV

- Today is Our Time of Fulfillment! -
December 11, 2023

Good morning, Brothers and Sisters! Today I want to talk to you about prophecies concerning the 12 tribes: A time of fulfillment. How many of you have ever thought about what it would be like to see all of the prophecies fulfilled and the 12 tribes of Israel reunited?

I'm going to tell you a story to illustrate this idea. Imagine if you will a family of 12, each member with their own unique personality, interests, and talents. They come together to walk a path that none of them could have imagined. As they move forward, they are each inspired by each other and eventually arrive at the same destination, even though they all started from different places.

This is a metaphor for the 12 tribes of Israel and the coming fulfillment of their prophecies. We can see in the Bible that God made many promises to the 12 Tribes of Israel throughout history. These promises were often spoken through prophets such as Jeremiah, Isaiah, and Ezekiel. As they spoke, their words were a reminder that the Lord would bring about a time of fulfillment for the 12 Tribes.

So, what does this mean for us today? Well, first of all, it should give us hope that God will fulfill His promises. In Romans 11:29, Paul reminds us that “the gifts and calling of God are irrevocable.” What this means is that even though it may seem like God’s promises are far away or impossible, He will still keep them in His own time.

Second, it should give us courage to act in faith. When we look at the stories of the 12 Tribes of Israel, we can find many illustrations of faith in action. Whether it was Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt or Joshua leading them into the Promised Land, we can see that faith sometimes requires us to take risks and step out in boldness.

Finally, it should give us a sense of unity. Just as the 12 Tribes of Israel were able to come together in unity even though they all had different backgrounds and stories, so too can we come together in unity despite our differences. In 1 Corinthians 12:12, Paul reminds us that “just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts forms one body, so it is with Christ.” We may have different backgrounds and stories, but we are all part of one body in Christ.

In conclusion, as we look forward to the fulfillment of God’s promises concerning the 12 Tribes of Israel, let us be reminded to have hope in God’s faithfulness, courage to act in faith, and unity in Christ. Let us remember that even when our individual paths seem uncertain, we are all part of one body in Christ and can come together in unity to see God’s promises fulfilled! As we trust in Him, let us boldly declare God’s timing is perfect – today is our time of fulfillment!

Christ, our all in all

Bless both morning and evening

Bless our waking and sleeping

Bless our travelling and arriving

Bless our working and playing

Bless our listening and talking

Bless our beginning and ending

Christ, our all in all

Bless both morning and evening

In the name of our Savor 

Jesus Christ, Amen


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