Eric King has up a bizarre entry today on his blog. He for some reason seems to think that Israel was highly impressed by his "feast site."
King goes on to report about the thousands of Christians gather in Jerusalem every year to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles. What King conveniently ignores is the fact that these groups are NOT Church of God related groups. They are evangelical Christians and Messianic Christian/Jews. 99.9% of them have no connection whatsoever with a Worldwide Church of God splinter group, include Eric Kings minuscule personalty cult.
Reading Kings entry you get the impression that it was HIS group that Israel Today and other news agencies were reporting on. It wasn't. Just one my lie by one more splinter cult leader.
September 25, 2013Every year, thousands of Christians from a round the world ascend to Jerusalem to take part in the biblical Feast of Tabernacles, known in Hebrew as Sukkot. And this year was no different, despite mounting regional instability.
The overwhelming presence of Christians at this time of year is now a common occurrence. But many Israelis are still baffled by the phenomenon, unsure what to make of so many foreigners taking part intheir holiday and expressing such outright love and support for theirnation.
The Times of Israel has a good write-up about how bizarre a spectacle this is for the average Israeli. But, the author also encourages his countrymen to cast aside any suspicions and see this Christian involvement in the Feast for what it is:
“It is much less complicated than many Israelis think. These Christians have come from around the world to bless Israel – ve-zehu (that is all). They believe that God loves the Jewish people and has a plan for their nation, and feel a deep spiritual obligation to show their unconditional love to the Jews.”
During this time, Israel Today spent a day with one of the Christian Feast of Tabernacles groups as it visited the home base of the IDF’s Givati infantry brigade. We asked the young soldiers at the base what they thought of the Christian worship, dancing, and general outpouring of love.
Just in case King pulls a Dave Pack and scrubs his lie off his blog, here is a screen shot of it.