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Wednesday, August 9, 2023

Commonwealth of Israel Foundation 2023 Summer Newsletter is Live!


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The Septuagint Version of the Hebrew Bible (cir. 200 BC) was translated by Hebrew scholars into koine Greek and was generously quoted by the New Testament writers who simultaneously used original Hebrew (into Greek) where appropriate. That is, NT writers did not quote verbatim from the Septuagint but integrated their own Hebrew into Greek where they thought it more in line with the original Hebrew text.

 The fourth edition of the United Bible Societies' Greek Testament lists 343 Old Testament quotations in the New Testament, as well as no fewer than 2,309 allusions and verbal parallels.

 The Septuagint (viz. LXX or “70” referring to the number of Hebrew scholars who translated the Hebrew Bible into Greek), in the main, translated the Hebrew word “Qahal” (Strong’s H6951 or Gahal) used some 123 times from the Hebrew primarily as Ekklesia — The word Qahal in English has been translated as “assembly” – “gathering” – “company” – “multitude”- “troop” – “army” & “congregation.”

 Again, our immediate reflection is the prophetic multiplication or expansion of the Qahal into the Ekklesia Jesus would build and/or is now building after His earthly ministry.

 When Jesus said He would build His Ekklesia in Matthew 16:18 in which the Gates of Hades would not prevail against it, He did NOT have in view the Septuagint’s “ekklesia” derived from the Hebrew “qahal.”

 That “ekklesia-qahal” was restricted to the 12 Tribes of original Israel and the Levites. What Jesus had in view was more akin to the Greek understanding of what could be a “democratic assembly” which would expand the priesthood to all believers and “His people” to include what is known as the MELO-HAGOYIM -- “the multitude of nations.”

 Initially, Abram would be increased to Abraham (“father of nations”); even as Sarai was increased to Sarah (“mother of nations”). (Ref. Gen. 17).

 Even so, the Qahal in the Wilderness was translated into the Greek as Ekklesia (KJV translates Qahal or Ekklesia as “church” instead of “congregation” or “assembly” – Acts 7:38).

 The Ekklesia can be found in Hebrews 2:22 and 12:23 wherein its description is virtually cosmic whereby it is described as the ekklesia of the firstborn – the “Heavenly Jerusalem” or the “ekklesia” in which “In the midst of the Congregation (or Ekklesia) I will praise You (Cf. Psa. 22:22).

 God’s original intent or purpose is amplified by Paul in Ephesians 1 and 3: “. . . having made known to us the mystery of His will, according to His good pleasure which He purposed in Himself, that in the dispensation of the fullness of the times He might gather together in one all things in Christ . . . according to the eternal purpose which He accomplished in Christ Jesus our Lord . . . according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the EKKLESIA by Christ Jesus to all generations” (Eph. 1:9-11; 3:11, 20).

 Eph. 2:11-12 demands the preexistence of the “Commonwealth of Israel” or citizenship in Israel: “Gentiles in the flesh . . . being aliens from the commonwealth of Israel” (“commonwealth” is translated from the Greek word πολιτεία (Strong’s G4174) meaning “polity” or citizenship as in a “community of nations.” Also, it bespeaks of the individual’s status in which a citizen stands to the state. It is used in Acts... CONTINUE READING HERE.

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Wednesday, May 10, 2023

GOD’S ETERNAL PURPOSE: New release by Gian Luca Morotti


God's Eternal Purpose: A Truth Restored

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If you are on a pathway of discovering deep and glorious truths from God's Word and have always had before your eyes the vision of His multifaceted wisdom, God’s Eternal Purpose: A Truth Restored is what you've been waiting for!

Gian Luca Morotti takes you on a tour through the pages of scripture on a quest for restoration of one of the most important truths, towards which God is shining light in these last days of restoration. But in fact, most of what you're about to discover has been available to us in the Word of God all along. Previously and mysteriously prophesied, but then revealed through the apostolic writings—Paul being charged with this monumental calling.

In Morotti’s unique work, you'll be immersed in the mystery of God’s Eternal Purpose. From the first words of the opening chapter, you'll plunge into the chronicles of truth animating pivotal biblical scenes and illuminating the truth on display.

* What is the mystery of God’s Eternal Purpose?
* Your position, acceptance, and membership in God’s congregation.
* The relationship between prayer and revelation.
* The biblical and practical reality of the “Commonwealth of Israel.”
* When did the “breach of Jeroboam” occur?
* God said, “I will rebuild the Tabernacle of David.” What did He mean?
* Are some Christian theologies still ghettoizing the Jews?
* And much more …

All proceeds from the sale of this book go to support the work of the Commonwealth of Israel Foundation. Or, donate directly here

(Paperback edition will be out in about a month).

Wednesday, February 1, 2023


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Thursday, December 15, 2022




By Doug Krieger

“My speech and my preaching were not with persuasive words of human wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power, that your faith should not be in the wisdom of men but in the power of God”

1 Cor. 2:4-5


Saturday, December 3, 2022




Doug Krieger

In 1 John 2:18-27 there is a startling discovery of “last hour” consequence which may shock you.  Cutting to the chase:  Those who would lead you astray from the “anointing” you have received from the Holy One—from that intimate fellowship in which you have entered between the Son and the Father—bears the insignia of the LIAR and is linked to the deceiving throng of the “many antichrists who have come” to deceive us all in these last days. (Ref. 1 Jo. 2:18)

Wait!  You didn’t get that yet . . . let me repeat it another way:  In 1 John 4:1-3 we learn “how you can recognize the Spirit of God” – How’s that? 

Wednesday, November 2, 2022



he parables of Jesus have always been a “prophetic fascination” to me; especially, the ones dealing with money and finances.  A group of brothers with whom I have a weekly Bible study have been going through the gospel of Luke of late (October, 2022).  Lo and behold we came to Luke 18 and 19 wherein I found six parables and/or incidents in which Jesus encountered issues related to monetary matters—it’s quite remarkable:


Thursday, September 1, 2022


Second Edition

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Wednesday, August 24, 2022



by Doug Krieger


Tuesday, January 25, 2022


By Doug Krieger

You heard that right!  Carefully listen to why Christ died not only for Judah (the Jewish Nation) but for all the nations:

“. . . he (“Caiaphas, who was high priest that year”) prophesied that Jesus would die for the Jewish nation, and not only for that nation but also for the scattered children of God, to bring them together and make them one.” (John 11:49-52 Excerpts - NIV)
I still don’t think we’re getting it.  Why did Christ die on that cross?  You say to bring us salvation . . . as in: “He was delivered over to death for our sins and was raised to life for our justification” (Rom. 4:5).  True.  But precisely why did He bring us so great a salvation?  So you could go to heaven?  So you could be born again?  So you could be conformed to His Image?  So you could live the “purpose driven life”—so you could find God’s plan for your life?