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So, WHY is Israel Hated?

Amos 8:11-12 Behold, the days come, saith the Lord GOD, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the LORD: 
12 And they shall wander from sea to sea, and from the north even to the east, they shall run to and fro to seek the word of the LORD, and shall not find it. (KJV)

Awaiting Our Messiah in the long dark years following the completion of the Old Testament, Israel fell into a time of silent darkness. Just as prophesied, there came a famine for the Word of the Lord, for after the prophet Malachi, there were no more prophetic revelations. The Greek Empire rose and fell, giving way to the Roman Empire. Since Israel was at the crossroads of the ancient world, she became the focal point of hate . . . and remains hated to this day. Rome had crushed the sacred and steadfast hopes of most Jews. Only the rebels took up arms to fight against Rome. The Judean provinces symbolized an unending anger to the Roman masters. They bickered and willfully refused to accept the Roman gods, stiffening their necks and worshipping their own God instead of going along with the Roman rule.

It was during this dark time in human history, in a remote and planned location that God sent His Son into the world. We all know about the Birth of Jesus, Gabriel first appeared to John the Baptist’s father, Zacharias, and then to Mary. Joseph also had an angelic visitor who foretold Jesus’ birth. Other than those three and Zecharias’ wife, Elizabeth, there is no record in Scripture of Jesus’ actual birth being foretold to anyone else. On the night Jesus was born, angels appeared in the sky above Bethlehem.

They did not come to announce the Good News to any important, influential, eminent, powerful, prominent, extraordinary, great, well-known or religiously proud. Instead, the angels came to “some shepherds”. . . ordinary, poor hard working men who slept with their animals in the field at night.

What a sight they saw when a multitude of the heavenly host appeared above them and burst into a song of praise. Advised of the Saviour’s birth, the shepherds hurried to Bethlehem to see the Baby. As they returned to their flocks, they went “glorifying and praising God for all that they had heard and seen, just as had been told to them” (Luke 2:20).

There were two other people who the Bible says were awaiting the Lord’s Messiah. Simeon was an old man who was looking for “the consolation of Israel” (Lk.2:26) . . . a title referring to the Promise that the Messiah would deliver Israel. Anna was an 84-year-old prophetess (Lk.2:36). Widowed for many years, she was at the temple day and night, fasting, praying and serving the Lord. Luke describes how these two faithful Jews were given the blessing of seeing the Baby Jesus. The Holy Spirit had revealed to Simeon that he would not see death before he had seen the Messiah.

Anna too was spiritually perceptive. As soon as she saw Him, she knew the Baby Jesus was the Anointed One and gave thanks to God for allowing her to see the Redemption of Jerusalem. Why do you think there were only these two? Were they from a larger group that was awaiting the Messiah? I think not! These two were specifically chosen because of their steadfast faith and hope in God’s Holy Word.

We know that when the magi came to Jerusalem seeking to find and worship the “King of the Jews,” Herod was seriously troubled . . . WHY was Herod and the city so greatly troubled? It was not that they lacked signs about Jesus’ birth. The prophets had clearly brought the message about His Coming (Isa.7:14; 9:6-7; Jer.23:5-6; Zec.6:12-13; 9:9; Ps.2; Mic.5:2).

The chief priests and scribes who assembled to answer Herod’s question correctly said the Messiah would be born “in Bethlehem of Judea, for this is what has been written by the prophet” (Mat.2:5). Scripture does not tell us that any of them bothered to go to Bethlehem and find out. Just opposite of the humble shepherds who rushed to see Baby Jesus, they did not want to be bothered to travel the few miles to the city of David, which was only on the south outskirts of Jerusalem.

Neither was Herod interested enough to go see or worship the newborn King of the Jews. He sent the visiting magi on their way and asked them to report back to him. Herod’s claim to worship was clearly a lie, which is why God warned the wise men in a dream not to return to Herod.
This Jewish king of Edom was disturbed because the TRUE King of the Jews, Jesus . . . even as a small child in Bethlehem . . . represented a great danger to his reign. Herod had his beloved wife Mariamne and two of his own sons killed, just because his obsession led him to think his power was at risk. So, given Herod’s tendency to strike out at anyone who might undermine his claim to the throne, the entire city was on edge wondering how he might react when foreign emissaries came to worship the newborn Messiah.

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So, WHY Is Israel Hated?

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