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Abortion and the Fullness of the Gentiles

Abortion and the Fullness of the Gentiles

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All believers should know the Ultimate Scheme behind the modern-day genocide known as "abortion." Are you contemplating an abortion? Learn why you should offer your child alive to YHWH as a righteous force for His Eternal Kingdom.
All believers should know the Ultimate Scheme behind the modern-day genocide known as "abortion." Are you contemplating an abortion? Learn why you should offer your child alive to YHWH as a righteous force for His Eternal Kingdom.

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 1
 A
 BORTION AND THE
 F
ULLNESS
 
OF THE
G
 ENTILES
 
by Craig Wm. Peters
For I do not wish you to be ignorant, brothers, of this secret,that you may not be wise in your own conceits: that a hardening, in part,has befallen Israel until the fullness of the Gentiles has come in.
 
Romans 11:25
 In every age, when the Spirit and zeal of 
hwhy  
 are being stirred to work in new and mightyways, when He is about to do something verygreat to advance His Kingdom in the earth, it has often come to pass that a murderous, Adversarial force seeks to thwart Hisunstoppable plan. This opposition has now beenseen en mass on at least three different occasions. Our brief study will visit these tragictimes and provide a warning regarding wherewe now stand on the timeline as the last days of man’s 6000-year history draw to close.
t s r q u p e o n m l k y j x z w h d g b a
 
 In the Days of Mosheh/Moses
 In the days surrounding the birth of theprophet Mosheh (Moses), the king of Egyptdecreed all the male children of the Hebrewsshould be slain. While the Scriptures indicatethe land of Egypt was motivated by their fear thenation of Israel (hereafter “Yisrael”) would riseup against them in war (for they were growing toimmense numbers),
1
the Adversary also knewthe time of their deliverance was drawing near.This was a time which had been spoken of by
hwhy
as He prophesied to Abraham (hundreds of years in advance) that the patriarch’sdescendants would surely be delivered out of Egypt.
 
2
And so Pharaoh made a decree to moveall his Egyptian subjects to oversee the death of every male, Hebrew newborn:
1
Exodus 1:8-22
2
Genesis 15:12-14. The “horror of great darkness” whichAbram saw was a reference to his dream of the comingbondage in Egypt. Evidently, he saw the vision (Genesis15:12) and then
hwhy
 
explained it (Genesis 15:12), or else
hwhy
 
was explaining the vision
as it occurred 
. Given thisvision was a “horror of great darkness,” it is not unlikelythat one of the things which Abram saw, long beforehand,was the slaughter of those many male, Hebrew newborns.
 And Pharaoh charged all his people,saying, “Every son that is born you shallcast into the river, and every daughter  you shall save alive.”
Exodus 1:22While we cannot say how many Hebrew maleswere killed by this unrighteous, royal dictate, thethreat was evidently real enough to cause themother
 
3
of Mosheh to place him in a basket andhide him among the reeds at the edge of the NileRiver:
1 And a man of the house of Lewi went and married a daughter of Lewi. 2 And the womanconceived and bore a son. And she saw that hewas a lovely child, and she hid him three months.3 And when she could hide him no longer, shetook an ark of wicker for him, and coated it withtar and pitch, and put the child in it, and laid it in the reeds by the edge of the river. 4 And hissister stood at a distance, to know what would bedone to him.
Exodus 2:1-4,
 ISRV 
 
3
The name of Mosheh’s mother was “Yokebed” (Exodus6:20, Numbers 26:59), a name which means, “
hwhy
issplendor.” We find this woman’s name to be quiteamazing and deeply instructive in light of all that was tofollow. For not only would Mosheh later pray to behonored to
see
the splendor of 
hwhy
(Exodus 33:12-23),but his request was granted in such a way that he was alsoable to show forth that splendor to the people of Yisraeland to the world. Exodus 34:1-8, 10, 28-35 The Spiritsignifies the following: The prayers which a mother offersfor her children, and the desires she has to see them inheritgreatness, are
worthy
,
 powerful
, and
history-making forces
which
hwhy
most certainly
honors
and
uses
to further HisKingdom in the earth. Nor can we lessen the importanceof a father’s ministry in the lives of his children: Mosheh’sfather was named “Amram,” meaning “Exalted people.”And
hwhy
used Mosheh, Aharon, and Miriam to begin
exalting the people of Yisrael
above all the nations of theearth! Exodus 34:10, Deuteronomy 14:2, 26:19, 28:1
 
 2
The rest is history, and because of the SovereignHand of an all-powerful, loving Creator, it ishistory at its finest! Mosheh was named by thepagan princess of Egypt and raised in thatnation’s idolatrous culture, but he would later
 forsake
the riches of Egypt
 
4
and be greatly usedby
hwhy
in bringing forth Yisrael from bondageby the mighty, outstretched Hand of El Elyon,the Most High El.
 In the Days of 
eswhy
 In the time surrounding the birth of theMessiah, a similar decree was made upon theYisraelites in the land of Yahudah (Judah). TheRoman ruler, Herod, had learned of the Magithat a star had announced the birth of theMessiah, the King of Yisrael.
5
Based on what hehad surmised, this evil king ordered theexecution of many newborn, male children:
16 Then Herod, when he saw that he was mocked by the Magi, was greatly enraged, and sent forth,and slew all the children that were in Bethlehem,and in all its borders, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had accurately inquired from the Magi. 17 Then was fulfilled that which was spoken by Yirmeyahu
6
 the prophet, saying, 18 “A voice was heard in Ramah: wailing, and weeping, and great mourning, Rachel weeping for her children, and would not be comforted, because they were not.”
Matthew 2:16-18It is absolutely impossible to imagine the deep,lasting agony which this horrendous slaughterimposed upon the many unsuspecting mothersand families who had brought forth thesebeautiful children into the world. With littlewarning, these innocent, young babies wereinstantly taken and killed. And it all transpiredbecause of a reckless decree made by an angryand power-hungry tyrant. It was a tragic eventwhich only shows man’s lust for power is drivenand, oftentimes, upheld by the spirit of murder.
7
 Knowing
eswhy
will one day resurrect each of 
4
Hebrews 11:24-27
5
John 1:49, Matthew 2:1-2
6
Hebrew for “Jeremiah.”
7
The spirit of violence and murder is something whichtakes away the life of everyone – including those whopossess it. Proverbs 1:11-19
those children and draw them to Himself 
8
is agreat comfort: The light of the Messiah is anunquenchable beacon of hope
9
which will
always
 shine in the midst of the greatest pain andunspeakable tragedies.
10
 On a prophetic note, this heartrendingincident was, first of all, evidence that theProphet then born was “the Prophet like[Mosheh].”
11
At the time of their births, bothMosheh and
eswhy
the Messiah had lawlesslegislation putting a “price on their heads,” so tospeak. And in both cases, this “warrant” resultedin the carnage of Yisraeli children. And even asMosheh found
refuge
in Egypt, so also did hisSuccessor, the Messiah:
13 And when they had departed, behold, themessenger of 
hwhy  
appeared to Yoseph in adream, saying, Arise, and take the young child and his mother, and flee into Egypt, and remainthere until I bring you word: for Herod will seek the young child to destroy Him. 14 When hearose, he took the young child and his mother bynight, and departed into Egypt: 15 And wasthere until the death of Herod: that it might be fulfilled which was spoken from
hwhy  
by the prophet, saying, “Out of Egypt I have called MySon.”
Matthew 2:13-15
 
 At the End of the Age
In the time now leading into the End of theAge, another piece of lawless legislation hasbeen set forth to destroy yet another multitude of helpless infants. Much like those previousedicts, it has been a murderous decree driven bythe unseen hand of a spiritual Adversary, and ithas resulted in the death of unspeakable scores of innocent children. Of course, we speak of theatrocity which has been termed “abortion” in ourmodern “enlightened” times. While people andlegislators may wrangle and argue for a woman’s“right to choose,” and while opponents of suchmurder openly denounce it, none of these thingsshed any light on what is
really
occurring.
8
John 12:32
9
John 1:9, 12:32, Romans 5:19, 1Corinthians 15:22
10
John 1:5
11
Deuteronomy 18:15-19
 
 3
As the Kingdom of 
hwhy
is now nearing the timeof its next great advancement, as the Messiah’sReign is about to be ushered in from theHeavens, Satan is making his final, last ditchattempt to halt what the apostle Sha’ul phrased“the fullness of the Gentiles:”
For I do not wish you to be ignorant, brothers,of this secret, that you may not be wise in your own conceits: that a hardening, in part,has befallen Yisrael until the fullnessof the Gentiles has come in.
 Romans 11:25The “
 fullness of the Gentiles
” is the thing whichthe forces of darkness are now attempting tohinder, and if possible, to even stay. For untilthe full number of Gentiles have come to asaving faith in the Messiah, the 1000-yearKingdom of Messianic rule will not beestablished from the Heavens. Sha’ul continuesby stating when this foreordained fullness of theGentiles has finally come to pass, then theMessiah will return to save all Yisrael:
 And so all Yisrael shall be saved: even asit is written, “There shall come out of Tziyonthe Deliverer; He shall turn awayirreverence from Ya’acob.”
Romans 11:26This Scripture indicates that, after the completenumber of Gentiles have been granted savingfaith in
eswhy
the Messiah (having, thus, beenengrafted into the Olive Tree of Yisrael
12
), theSavior will then come forth from the HeavenlyMount Tziyon
13
exalting Yisrael as the leading,dominant nation worldwide.
14
It will be at thistime that so many Kingdom-related Scriptureswill find their fulfillment as Yisrael is made thegovernmental and spiritual “Head” over allnations of the Earth.
15
While some haveattempted to debunk this truth, even claiming
hwhy
is forever done dealing with Yisrael as anation, it is quite obvious that the apostlesunderstood their nation would someday be
12
Romans 11:11-25, Ephesians 2:11-13, John 10:16 < >Isaiah 56:8
13
Hebrews 12:18-22 < > Psalm 14:7
14
Isaiah 2:1-4, Micah 4:1-7
15
Deuteronomy 28:13
restored to
worldwide preeminence
. And this isthe clear, uncontestable context of their questionto the Messiah:
When they, therefore, were come together,they asked of Him, saying, Master, will You at this time restore again the Kingdom to Yisrael?
 Acts 1:6The disciples were not rebuked for this question,and neither did
eswhy
redirect it as though itwere irrelevant or off base. These men had beenwith the resurrected Messiah over the space of 
 forty days
, and He appeared to them off and onduring that time to teach them more of theKingdom of Elohim:
… to whom also He did present Himself aliveafter His suffering, by many infallible proofs,being seen by them forty days, and speaking thethings concerning the Kingdom of Elohim.
 Acts 1:3Their question was
completely valid 
and it showsthe apostles recognized it was not a matter of “if,” but “when,” the Kingdom would be restoredto Yisrael. Yes, when
eswhy
the Messiahreturns to reign as King of kings it will be a trulygreat day for Yisrael! Of the Messiah’s work to
build up
and
restore
Tziyon at His return, theprophet wrote in the psalms:
When
hwhy  
shall build up Tziyon, He will appear in His splendor.
Psalm 102:16Many prophecies, yet
unfulfilled 
,
16
will come topass as the Messiah appears in great splendor
17
 to establish the Kingdom of 
hwhy
on earth:David, the son of Jesse, will partake in theFirst Resurrection; he will be raised up by
hwhy
 to be King over Yisrael during the 1000-year,Millennial Reign.
18
And at the end of the
16
Matthew 5:17-20
17
Matthew 16:27, 19:28, 24:30, Luke 21:27
18
Jeremiah 30:7-9. Some have mistakenly taught theMessiah will not return until the end of the 1000 years.But the fact that David will be raised from the dead to ruleas King in Yerushalayim also sets the First Resurrection(and the return of 
eswhy
) as needing to occur
at the outset 
of the Millennium. During this Time, all the prophets

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