Cry God for Elizabeth, England and Saint George

 

Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he” (Proverbs 29: 18).

 

Ever since 1973, when Britain gave up its vision and destined role to lead the nations in peace, by submitting itself to the infamous Treaty of Rome, this proverb has been seen to come to pass with catastrophic consequences for many parts of the world.

 

With the flag of St George flying above 10 Downing Street on St George’s Day, Britain’s Prime Minister, David Cameron, was saying that, “More and more people are coming together on or around 23 April, eager to celebrate everything it is to be English.”

 

Yet in a careful nod to the approaching Scottish referendum on independence, he added that one of England’s greatest achievements has been its role in creating the world's greatest family of nations – the United Kingdom. He rightly argues that the nation’s “achievements in industry, in technology, sport, music, literature and the arts” far outweigh its size.

 

The question may well be asked as to why this has been so. Indeed, why have the people of the British Isles dominated the world for centuries? The answer lies in rightly understanding the very clear prophetic Word of God to the servant people of Israel. Without the prejudice of dogma from the Romish Replacement Theology, the continuing Kingdom of God is clearly evidenced as being transferred to a new appointed place of safety.

 

All the House of Israel and most of the House of Judah, after being deported to Assyria, were driven into distant lands from where they were even then being re-gathered into a new home as foretold in II Samuel 7: 10: “Moreover I will appoint a place for my people Israel, and will plant them, that they may dwell in a place of their own, and move no more.”

 

Jesus very clearly stated in public that the Kingdom of Israel would be taken from the Jews and given to a nation, bringing forth the fruits thereof. The Greek word for ‘nation’ in Matthew 21: 43 is ethnos, not ecclesia (a theocratic structure). At the time the chief priests and the Pharisees perceived that he spoke of them. The Kingdom from the time of Jacob had been symbolized by an anointed stone and Jesus said “Whosoever shall fall on this stone shall be broken: but on whosoever it shall fall, it will grind him to powder”(Matthew 21: 44).

 

This very same Coronation Stone today resides in Edinburgh Castle awaiting the next Coronation of a monarch of the United Kingdom. When it comes to the Scottish referendum on 18 September 2014, we need to pray that in the Providence of our Jehovah God, the God of Israel, the Scots will vote to remain within the great family of nations that God has joined together.

 

MICHAEL A CLARK

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