Lost Tribes and Prophecies: What will happen to Australia, the British Isles, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and the United States of America?

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11 Tribes, 144,000, and Multitudes

Can the ‘lost tribes’ of Israel be identified? What are two key chapters in the Bible that assist? The twelve sons of Jacob form the basis for the twelve tribes of Israel. Listed in the order from oldest to youngest: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph, and Benjamin–what nations are they in today? Are there any possible connections with Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Finland, France, Denmark, Ireland, Iceland, the United Kingdom, and/or the United States? While this sermon focuses on 11 tribes, it does mention all twelve. Does scripture show that antisemitism will end? What about the 144,000 of Revelation 7. Why is the Tribe of Dan not listed among the 144,000? Could Dan end up being a supporter of the coming Beast longer than the descendants of the other tribes? What about the mixed multitude? What about the “great multitude” that comes out of the Great Tribulation? Since the tribes of Israel all received promises of blessings, why are they subject to receiving the curses in Deuteronomy 28 and elsewhere? Dr. Thiel addresses these issues and more in the 3rd part of a multi-part sermon series related to the tribes of Israel as well as peoples around the world.

Israel, Jeremiah, Tea Tephi, and British Royalty

God promised Sarah that her descendants would be named through Isaac. Any possible ties to the Scythians or Saxons? God renamed Isaac’s son Jacob to Israel, who placed that name on Ephraim and Manasseh, the sons of Joseph. Those sons were promised to be a multitude of nations and a great nation–could this possibly refer to the United Kingdom and the United States of America respectively? Although Reuben was born first, and Ephraim last, did God declare Ephraim His firstborn? Did we see any types of transfer take place in the early 1800s? Could the British be the “covenant people”? It is not racist to believe that God promised blessings and cursings to the descendants of Israel–and the Continuing Church of God has no connections with violence or the racist ‘Christian Identity Movement.’ Ethnicity is not a salvation issue. How could the breach between Tamar’s twins Zerah and Pharez been healed in Ireland? Could Jeremiah possibly have been the Ollam Fodla? Can it be proven that there was one named Tea Tephi prior to the 19th century? Are there any possible linguistic ties between princess Tea Tephi or prince Heremon and the Hebrew Bible? What are some reports related to the ‘Stone of Destiny’?

Has any member of the British Royal Family accepted ‘British Israelism’ or being on the throne of David? Dr. Thiel deals with these matters in this fourth sermon on a series related to tribes, peoples, and prophecies.

A free online book of related interest is available titled ‘Lost Tribes and Prophecies: What will happen to Australia, the British Isles, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and the United States of America? ‘ URL: https://www.cogwriter.com/LostTribes.pdf

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