26 “Today I call on heaven and earth as witnesses against you. If you break my covenant, you will quickly disappear from the land you are crossing the Jordan to occupy. You will live there only a short time; then you will be utterly destroyed. 27 For the Lord will scatter you among the nations, where only a few of you will survive. 28 There, in a foreign land, you will worship idols made from wood and stone—gods that neither see nor hear nor eat nor smell. 29 But from there you will search again for the Lord your God. And if you search for him with all your heart and soul, you will find him.
30 “In the distant future, when you are suffering all these things, you will finally return to the Lord your God and listen to what he tells you. 31 For the Lord your God is a merciful God; he will not abandon you or destroy you or forget the solemn covenant he made with your ancestors.
Moses’ prophecy for Israel
Deuteronomy 4:26-31. This appears to be a prophetic message to Israel from Moses about the modern times and the Tribulation. The people are now scattered. The Promised Land is in a tug-of-war match, with much of it occupied by non-Israelites. They do not worship Jesus since the Jewish fail to recognize Him as the Son of God. Other religions are practiced like Islam in the Promised Land. Moses goes on to say, “In the distant future, when you are suffering all these things, you will finally return to the Lord your God and listen to what he tells you.” This seems directly related to the Jewish people who survived the Tribulation and who will be taken to heaven after they bow down to Jesus at His second coming.
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