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Who Will Be Used In The Conversion Of These Nations?





But who will be the preachers who proclaim the Gospel of the Kingdom if
all true Christians have left the earth and the true Church is no
longer here? The apostates and destructive critics of to-day, with the
mass of professing Christians who received not the love of the Truth
will surely not take up the preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom, for
we read in the Word of God that those who received not the love of the
Truth that they might be saved will follow the strong delusion of
Antichrist and believe the lie (2 Thess. ii:10-11). Who then are the
preachers? An elect company of God's ancient people, Israel. They are
now scattered among all the nations of the earth, judicial blindness is
upon them; but it will not be always so, for God has not cast away His
people.

When the Church is gone the Lord will not leave the world without a
witness. He will raise up a company of God-fearing people, Israelites;
take away the veil from their hearts and use them as heralds. As it
was in the beginning of this present dispensation, so will it be at the
close. The first preachers were Jews, and the last heralds before the
Lord comes in visible glory will again be Jews. To them will be given
the last evangel of God's mercy to a lost world. "To every nation, and
kindred, and tongue, and people" (Rev. xiv:6); and the message, "Fear
God and give glory to Him for the hour of His judgment is come, and
worship Him that made heaven and earth, and the sea, and the fountains
of waters" (Rev. xiv:7). They will preach the Gospel of the coming
Kingdom, that the Kingdom is about to come, and then call upon all
nations to repent and turn to God.

It would be intensely interesting if we could follow the calling of
this remnant of Israelites for this testimony as revealed in different
portions of the Old Testament. Such a remnant of believing Israelites
is anticipated in the Psalms, which speak of the coming final
deliverance of Israel. There we read of their persecutions, their
prayers, and their expectations. The reader will please turn to Psalm
xliv:10-26; Psalms lv to lvii; Psalm lxiv, lxxix and lxxx; Isa.
lxiii:15 to Isa. lxiv. And how well this remnant is fitted to give a
world-wide testimony among all nations, for they are scattered amongst
the nations and acquainted with the different languages. Therefore the
preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom to all nations will be
accomplished before the real end comes.





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