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8  Phrases  related  to  Israel
-|-      Children of Israel   (  )
Ancient  Israel
-|-      ( see Ancient Israel )    
-|-     Like Ancient Israel   ( 18 )
-|-    History of Ancient Israel     -|-    and the warning for us  
-|-     in the days of Israel   ( 32 )
- - -  Modern  Israel
-|-     Modern Israel   (  )      >           
-|-     Entrance of Modern Israel into heavenly Canaan
Spiritual  Israel
-|-      Spiritual Israel   ( 8 )
No longer have the hosts of evil power to keep the church captive; for "Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city," which hath "made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication;" and to spiritual Israel is given the message, "Come out of her, My people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues." Verse 8; 18:4. As the captive exiles heeded the message, "Flee out of the midst of Babylon" (Jeremiah 51:6), and were restored to the Land of Promise, so those who fear God today are heeding the message to withdraw from spiritual Babylon, and soon they are to stand as trophies of divine grace in the earth made new, the heavenly Canaan.  {PK 715.1}
-|-     Rebellious Israel   ( 47 )     >

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In these last days God's people will be exposed to the very same dangers as were ancient Israel. Those who will not receive the warnings that God gives will fall into the same perils as did ancient Israel and come short of entering into rest through unbelief. Ancient Israel suffered calamities on account of their unsanctified hearts and unsubmitted wills. Their final rejection as a nation was a result of their own unbelief, self-confidence, impenitence, blindness of mind, and hardness of heart. In their history we have a danger signal lifted before us.  {LDE 60.3}
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