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The Great Reversal Is Here!

1. "The last shall be first, and the first last."

This phrase is found in the Gospels in the context of Yahshua’ teachings. In Matthew 20:16, Yahshua concludes the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard by stating, "So the last will be first, and the first will be last." This parable and its conclusion highlight themes of generosity, equality, and the subversion of earthly expectations through divine judgment. It is also mentioned in a similar context in

Mark 10:31 and

31 But many who are the greatest now will be least important then, and those who seem least important now will be the greatest then. ” 31 This is once again the Great Reversal: Many who are first will end up last, and the last first."


Luke 13:30:

30 And behold, some are last who will be first, and some are first who will be last." 30 And note this: Some who seem least important now will be the greatest then, and some who are the greatest now will be least important then.

2. "Those who lead into captivity shall go into captivity."

This phrase appears in the Book of Revelation 13:10, which says: "If they lead into captivity, into captivity they will go. If anyone kills with the sword, with the sword they will be killed." This is part of a larger discourse about the consequences faced by those who perpetrate evil, particularly in the eschatological (end times) context where divine justice is meted out against oppressors.

3. God's judgment on those who persecuted the Israelites.

Throughout the Old Testament, there are numerous instances where God declares judgment on nations that oppress or persecute the Israelites. For example, the books of the prophets (like Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel) often pronounce doom on nations such as Babylon, Assyria, and Egypt, citing their treatment of Israel as a primary reason for their eventual downfall. Jeremiah 30:16 states, "All who devour you will be devoured; all your enemies will go into captivity. Those who plunder you will be plundered; all who make spoil of you I will despoil."

4. God's judgment on all nations that enslaved the Israelites.

The prophetic books, particularly Isaiah and Jeremiah, speak of a time when God will judge all the nations that have caused suffering to the Israelites. Isaiah 14:1-2, for example, foretells a time when the Lord will have compassion on Jacob and again choose Israel, and settle them in their own land, where foreigners will join them and unite with the house of Jacob. Nations that enslaved Israel will come to them and will be their servants. This theme underscores a reversal of fortunes and emphasizes the restoration and vindication of Israel in the eyes of their oppressors.

These themes are integral to understanding the Biblical perspective on justice, the reversal of human conditions, and the special role and experiences of the Israelites in the theological narrative of the Bible.



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E Bender
E Bender
Apr 30

The lady in the video seems to be ignorant of her peoples history.

She talks about non whites taking over their countries, did they not do the same to non white countries and are still trying to keep hold of countries that they invaded.

Did they not rape, murder, burn alive etc and much worse, (not condoning such behave), but it's reaping what you sow and they have not done unto others what they would like to be done to them.

They are now getting fearful as they can see the tables now reversing and there is nothing they can do about it no matter what they try, do or say.

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