America's Ties to the Jewish people are a huge part of our history.
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The First Seal and Last Seal come together in bringing unity of the two witnesses Cultivated Olive (Jews) and the Wild Olive (Gentiles) per (Neh 8:15, Ro. 11:17, 24). The term "Wild Olive" is mentioned only 3 times in Scripture and it pertains to the Gentiles. "Cultivated Olive" is mentioned once only in reference to Yisrael/Israel (Ro. 11:24). In Neh. 8:15 when the Isrealites were gathered for the feast of booths (Succoth or Sukkoth) and they were instructed to use branches from "Olive" and "Wild Olive" along with Palm and Myrtle tree branches to build the Sukkas making an allegorical reference to the temporary dwellings and pointing to the permanent home in eternity. This was after the wall of Yerushalayim had been rebuilt in only fifty-two (52) days. A great celebration was held in the Seventh month as the book of the Law of Moses was read by Ezra the scribe. Interestingly in Eze. 47:22 the Israelites are instructed to give the "aliens (gentiles)" an inheritance with the children of Yisrael and to consider them as "native-born." Thus, the mystery spoken of in Eph. 3:6 is revealed that through the gospel the Gentiles would one day together with Yisrael, become members of one body, sharers together in the promise of Messiah Yeshua/Jesus. The story in Nehemiah is an allegorical and prophetic indicator of the New Yerushalayim and its walls. Rev. 21:12 It had a great, high wall with twelve gates, and with twelve angels at the gates. On the gates were written the names of the twelve tribes of Israel. Rev. 21:14 The wall of the city had twelve foundations, and on them were the names of the twelve apostles of the Lamb. Thus we see that both Jew and Gentile (Cultivated Olive and Wild Olive) will be together. Rev 21:3 And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, "Now the dwelling of God is with men, and he will live with them. They will be his people, and God himself will be with them and be their God.