Do Jews still consider themselves saved
from God's judgement?
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Do Jews still consider themselves saved from God's judgment?
Dear Pastor Reuben,
As God’s chosen people do Jews who do not believe in the sacrifice of Jesus still consider themselves saved from God’s judgment, are there any scriptures supporting their doctrine.
Pastor Reuben's Answer:
Yes, Jews hope in hope that God will not
deal unkind with them and deliver them as He did to their fathers in
Scripture. However, relying on prayer, good deeds and charity to others
is not the Lord's way to salvation; deliverance from the eternal wrath of
God. Only the Biblical faith and trust in His Messiah, the promised
anointed One will do so. Even retelling Biblical stories of His
deliverance as a means of 'hope' will not do except that it may I pray, truly
lead them to God and His salvation in Yeshua. Jeremiah 29:13
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