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Hidden Signs of Jesus' Return: Israel Becomes Fertile

Our Hidden Signs of Jesus’ Return series has been inspired by “End Times Made Easy" by Joseph Morris. He shares his perspective on the topics included in this series if you would like to explore further. Here we seek out yet another hidden sign on this treasure hunt. God promised that Israel’s land would become very fertile when his people return. In the 1800s, Mark Twain called Israel a wasteland. Yet, after May 14, 1948, when Israel was recognized once more as a nation, this land became very fertile again. Did you know Israel is now one of the world’s major exporters of fruit and flowers? It has irrigation systems everywhere. The wasteland has been turned into multiple gardens. This is all very much in fulfillment to Biblical prophecies. Isaiah 35:1 says, “The desert and the parched land will be glad.” Verse 7 of that same chapter says, “The burning sand will become a pool, the thirsty ground bubbling springs. In the haunts where jackals once lay, grass and reeds and papyrus will grow.” God loves to take dead things and bring them back to life. He is a God of life and life abundantly (John 10:10). Jesus was resurrected from the dead and is coming back soon for his bride! Stay hopeful as we prepare ourselves to celebrate Jesus coming into the world for the first time. And as we celebrate, remember he is coming back again! To Christ alone be the glory.

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