Saturday’s posts are dedicated to the Dispensational position of Israel and her place in the unconditional covenant that God made with Abraham (Genesis 12:3).
The land of Israel was, and is, an everlasting gift made to Abraham and his descendants after him. This gift is confirmed in Genesis 12:1-3, Genesis 15:18, Genesis 17:7-8, Deuteronomy 30:1-10, 1 Chron. 16:15-19, and in many more passages. Only God would have the authority to change or rescind a covenant made by Him. In Romans 9:3-4 the Apostle Paul confirmed that the covenants and the Law pertain to the Israelites.
Once again, we ask you to read our study, Bible Prophecy 101 (Chapter 3) at top of the Home page of this site, for an understanding of the differences between Dispensational Theology (Premillennialism) and Covenant and Replacement Theology.
Most of the teaching in Christian denominations promote amillennialism, i.e., there is no literal return of Jesus Christ to earth, the book of Revelation was fulfilled with the destruction of the Temple in 70 AD, and God is finished with the Jews because of their rejection of Christ.
We believe that when the sixth Dispensation (Grace/Church Age) concludes, the 7 year Tribulation (Daniel 9:24-27) begins that will usher in the return of Jesus Christ (premillennial). He will set His feet on the Mount of Olives (Zechariah 14:4) and reign on earth for 1000 years (Revelation 20:7).