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God never had any covenant with any specific religion. The covenant of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob does not include converts to Judaism or those of any other religion. It is a specific covenant between God and Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob to include only the biological descendants of Israel.

God also identified Himself, not as the God of Jews, Christians, or Moslems but as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob – the name by which He says He shall be known forever. (Ex. 3:15) The filial relationship of God to Israel and its legacy is eternal and separate from the adoptive relationship of believers among the Nations to God. It is to the biological descendants of Israel and not to anyone else that God says: “Although the whole earth is mine, you (Israelites) will be for me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation” (Ex. 19:5-6).

Those who say that faith (religion) has replaced biological descent do not understand the scriptures. Such people should answer these questions: Why is it that the God of the whole universe identifies Himself exclusively as the God of Israel? What is that difference which led to the identification of some people as Gentiles and others as Hebrews? You see, God, as the “Most Ancient of all the ancients” is the first “Hebrew”, and the very word, “Hebrew” means “Ancient People” or “the First Ones”.


Furthermore, the divine origin of the descendants of Jacob is fully expressed in the very meaning of the word, “Israel” (Isiaraelu – “the first born of the land of heaven”). And the children of Jacob who are singularly represented as Israel, Son of God, descended from the pure seed of Seth (Ezeana), the son of Man. So, the souls of Israel (Isiaraelu) called through Abraham have a marked difference from the souls of the rest of humanity.

That divine difference is the “indwelling chi”, the “divine principle” that was lost to Adam and Eve but was recovered by Seth, the son of God – the first Man (the heavenly Adam).

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