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To enable the Jewish people to fulfil its God-ordained Messianic calling, Israel’s holy status among the nations ought to concur with the status Levi had amid the other tribes. Hence, the Jews must be exempted from duties preventing them from devoting themselves to this calling.
Driven by the Lord’s Holy Spirit, the prophet Isaiah proclaims a ‘year of the Lord’s well-being with the words:

–“… a year of the Lord’s favour and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, and provide for those who grieve in Zion, to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called mighty oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his splendour. They will rebuild the ancient ruins and restore the places long devastated;
they will renew the ruined cities that have been devastated for generations. Strangers will shepherd your flocks; foreigners will work your fields and vineyards. You will be called priests of the Lord; you will be named ministers of our God. You will feed on the wealth of nations, and in their riches, you will boast. (…)
Their descendants will be known among the nations and their offspring among the peoples. All who see them will acknowledge that they are a people the Lord has blessed.” (Isaiah 61:1-9)

This prophecy of Isaiah is in principle fulfilled in Jesus (Luke 4:18-21) and, on the dawn of ‘the year of the Lord’s favour’ the kingdom of peace for all nations will get its more precise fulfilment. Our only God-given basis to fulfil our calling vis-à-vis Israel as a nation of priests of the Messianic time of redemption is Jesus of Nazareth, the Prince of Peace, who as the Lamb of God takes away the sins of the world through its blood and, according to John 11:52 has died to bring together the scattered children of God.

Cup and Grain

As a symbol, a small group of believers in the Netherlands and Switzerland has held for several years special celebrations of the Eucharist, commencing Christianity’s assignment to exempt the chosen people of duties other than those needed for their ordained calling as priests.
They started this initiative in response to Reverend Leenhout’s call in his book ‘A Passover for Yahweh’, a suggestion he repeated many times over in his sermons, as an appeal of sorts to the whole of Christianity:

– “…not because a date has intrinsic value in the Kingdom of the Lord, but for the sake of the sign’s clarity, I suggest to all who still believe in Jesus Christ, as he was revealed to us by prophets and apostles: Celebrate city by city, village by village, district by district, the Lord’s Supper on the first Friday evening of the month. Start preparing this supper. Let it be a Peniel struggle.
Be hopeful that the destruction of His body at Golgotha in the past has the power to heal His mystical body -the congregation- in the present.
Believe in the power of His blood and together call on the power of His blood, so that the dark, satanic powers, sustaining both false unity and guilty dissension, may be broken. Conquer the devil and the antichrist through the blood of the Lamb! Expect the restoration of the true Pentecostal altar throughout the world. Expect on this re-unification the Fire of the Spirit! Pray in the spirit of the first community of Acts 4:24-30 and the restored community shall be filled with the Holy Spirit to speak now also the word of God boldly.” –
These services celebrated the Lord’s Supper along the guideline of the apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 11:26:

– “For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes.” –

This testimony was coupled with our charity task vis-à-vis the Jewish people. The offerings donated during these celebrations, were gathered in the ‘Cup and Grain fund’ that had been established especially for this purpose. One-half to be spent for the testimony to the people of the Lord and the other half for charity to this people. The naming of the fund has been derived from the history of Joseph, in which Joseph let the accusations of his stealing of his ‘prophetic cup’ be coupled to charity in the form of ‘grain help’.
In 1969, on the 2nd Pesach/Good Friday, the ‘grain-part’ of the thusfar gathered amount, was presented to Israel as the ‘first gathered sheaf’ and the proclamation unfolded at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem signified the intention of the presentation.

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