Important Note to reader: The only Jew mentioned in this article is Judah. None of the other biblical people mentioned here were Jews.
Ephraim and Manasseh are still around; A line-by-line Biblical explanation of the Birthright promises
It all starts with Abram
In Genesis 12:1-3, God makes a calling to Abram to take certain actions (e.g., leave his country and his father’s house, etc.) and that if he did, God would bless him; 1) His descendants would be a great nation 2) Through Abram’s genealogy, the world would be blessed by a Messiah to reconcile it back to the Creator. At this point, the promises were conditional of obedience.
When Abram proved his righteousness with God, the above promises became unconditional, and then more conditional promises were expanded, as we read in Genesis 17:1-7. God says that Abram, at 99 YO, proved his righteousness, and so God expanded his promises to Abram. God promised that many physical nations would come from his seed, and his name was changed to Abraham. He was also promised that many kings would come from his loins. At this point, these expanded promises were conditional on Abraham continuing to walk with a perfect heart.
These promises then became unconditional as Abraham walked with God. Read Genesis 22:16-18. After Abraham was willing to sacrifice Isaac, God made all his promises unconditional.
The promises are passed to Isaac and then to Jacob
In Genesis 26:1-5, these promises are then passed to Isaac.
In Genesis 27:27-29, Isaac passes these blessings on to Jacob.
In Genesis 28:13-15, God blesses Jacob and passes the promises to Abraham and Isaac unconditionally on to him.
In Genesis 32:26-28, the Lord (Jesus) expands the blessings and changes Jacob’s name to Israel.
In Genesis 35:9-12, God expands the promises to Jacob. “And God said unto him, I am God Almighty: be fruitful and multiply; a nation and a company of nations shall be of thee, and kings shall come out of thy loins…
A nation and company of nations was added to Jacob’s blessings, in addition to the world being blessed (through Jesus) by his seed.
Jacob passes the birthright blessing to Ephraim and Manasseh
In Genesis 48:12-20, Jacob passes the birthright blessings on to Joseph and then through to his two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh. Genesis 48:19 says these two sons will become a great people and a multitude of nations in the LAST DAYS.
The Jews never fulfilled any of these birthright promises, especially when we consider the detailed explanation of Jacob’s promises made to Joseph in Genesis 49:22-26.
In Genesis 49:8-12, Jacob’s promises to Judah for the last days were pertaining to the kingly line; physical and the blessing (spiritual). There would be a physical king somewhere on the earth all the way until Shiloh come. This wasn’t pertaining to Jesus, though that was part of the promise.
All of these promises were now unconditional.
God brought up Moses to make certain these promises were carried on to the future generations. In Leviticus 26:14-45, we see how God punishes the descendants of the 12 tribes (13 with Manasseh) when they don’t walk with God. It is through war and terror. This was repeated in Deuteronomy 28:16-62.
This one point is vitally important to understand; the Abrahamic covenants with the Israelites are non-revocable and are still in effect today.
Let’s take a look at the West
The West was once richly blessed, but has fallen into despair by their adversary, so why do these nations get abused so much? The answer is simple; these populations are unwittingly following God’s unconditional covenant given to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Jacob’s 12 sons (especially Ephraim and Manasseh, as well as Judah). They are punished with terror and the abuse of strangers who manipulate and terrorize them. They are still around.
The upcoming force majeure I warn about will be a military defeat. I know how the Israelites are punished; it’s war and defeat. The adversary is chastising them right now, which is why our adversary is promoting the most wicked behavior. The increasing degeneracy being promoted by our adversary serves a vital purpose; it increases God’s punishment on the Israelites, while increasing the power of their conquerors. The high will be made low, and the low will be made high. Our adversary knows who has the birthright blessings, and is exploiting Ephraim and Manasseh’s stupidity and wickedness. They are using and abusing the Israelites today, as well as keeping the current bunch of snoozing and compromised pastors asleep.
In order for our adversary to achieve their objectives for their new world order, they need to keep us in the dark and remove Jesus from our minds. If we all started praying to Jesus, the adversary’s power would disappear. The Israelites get so abused, because they don’t know who they are. It’s the worst form of punishment. God holds them to Leviticus 26 and Deuteronomy 28, but they don’t know it.
In Hosea 1, God says that while his promises are unconditional, He never said that the people would be consciously aware of their blessing. So, even though God would still fulfill them, he told Hosea that the remnants would not know. He would blind them, but they would always be on the planet until the end of days.
So, if you want to know where the last days physical Israelites (not Jews) are located today, just use some simple logic, deductive reasoning, and the process of elimination to pinpoint their locations. The Bible is descriptive enough that an objective person can figure it out.
I can tell you this much; the Israelite remnants today are the stupidest bunch of idiots on the earth, and deserve what they have coming to them. They can’t figure out who they are, and they are so easily deceived.