Pray For The Peace Of Which Jerusalem?

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By Biblicism Institute

There is a fallacy being peddled by compromised preachers, such as John Hagee, that Christians ought to pray for the peace of Jerusalem, as if it were the most important city in the world – hence holy.


There is neither a “Holy” Land nor a “Holy” Jerusalem that needs to be prayed for. The New Covenant changed everything.

Holiness is twofold: the perfection of God and the sanctification of Christians.

1. God is Holy.

“You are holy.” Psalm 22:3

2. True Christians become Holy because Christ resides in them, so they may produce the fruit of the Spirit.

“It is written, ‘You shall be Holy, for I am Holy.’ ” 1 Peter 1:16

“But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Galatians 5: 22-23

“Without holiness no one will see the Lord.” Hebrews 12: 14


New Jerusalem

When the Old Testament admonishes us to pray for the peace of Jerusalem, we must filter it through the New Covenant.

Basically, as a rule everything from the Old must be filtered through the New.

The Old Testament admonition:

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. May they prosper who love you.” Psalms 122:6

Filter it through the New Testament:

“Him that overcomes will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which comes down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name.” Revelation 3:12

Translation of the Old:

“Pray for all Christians, that by the blood of Christ’s New Covenant they may overcome their sinful nature, and be fully sanctified so they can inherit the eternal peace of the new Jerusalem from above. And that those who love and bless Christians will themselves likewise spiritually prosper.”

God is working from a new script, not the obsolete one. Here’s the Apostle Paul’s conclusion on the First (Old) Covenant.

“By calling this covenant new, he has made the first one obsolete and what is obsolete is outdated.” Hebrews 8:13

And by the way, obsolete really means obsolete. Done. Kaput. Finito.

“Jesus replied, ‘Believe me, a time is coming when you will worship the Father neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem… But an hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth… God is spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth. ‘ ” John 4:21,23,24

And how is such a worship accomplished in this era of the New Covenant?

“I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind…” Romans 12:1-2

Those throughout the earth who adhere to the New Covenant of Christ form the new Israel of God. They are called by the new name Christians. Their new promised land is the heavenly paradise promised to Christ’s true followers as a reward for the completion of their sanctification.

“Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world.’ ” Matthew 25:34

Heaven’s capital city is the new Jerusalem, and Christians are the new Chosen People – chosen to love, to spread peace, to do good to all, and to inherit the kingdom of God.


There are many Christians today who prefer immersing themselves in ignorance’s bliss, using modern-day Israel and Jerusalem to wallow in a false, feel-good interpretation of the word of God.

a) The Jerusalem of the Middle East today is NOT the same Jerusalem that Jesus lived and walked in. The old one was razed to the ground by the Roman army in 70 A.D. So those who go there on a pilgrimage to walk where Jesus walked are only fooling themselves.

b) Jerusalem was NEVER the capital of the ancient kingdom of Israel, but of Judah. And Jews today are not of the tribe of Judah – all Hebrews, whom God had the Old Covenant with, are irrevocably dead.

c) A Gentile is a non-Hebrew person, so consequently Jews today are biblically classified as being Gentiles (i.e., they’re NOT Hebrews). So on that point alone those who think that Jews have the right to steal “Holy” Jerusalem (and Palestine) have built their belief on a fallacy.

Modern self-styled Jews are of various origins: Ashkenazic, Sephardic, Samaritan, European, African, Iranian, Indian, etc. Therefore, they are nothing but converts to Pharisaism, now known as Judaism. See The Hebrew Disease.

The Ashkenazim misappropriated the name Jews in the 18th Century in order to appear Hebrews and steal Palestine with a view to turning the Arab country into their new homeland, following the loss of their country Khazaria.

These deceivers are messing with Christians and toying with the bible so as to hold on to Palestine, which they have nabbed under biblical pretense.

“The LORD was very angry with Israel, and removed them out of his sight… And the LORD rejected all the seed of Israel, and afflicted them, and delivered them into the hand of spoilers, until he had cast them out of his sight.” 2 Kings 17:18,20


Zionist deceivers have on their payroll many so-called “Christian” pastors and teachers, who spew out their demonic bile in reference to Jews in modern-day apartheid Israel as God’s “chosen people.”

In so doing, these wolves in sheep clothing spit and trample on the work of Christ. They induce Christians to go astray and sin by brainwashing them to support Israel’s anti-Christ spirit of “Hate Thy Neighbor.”

They are simply mammonists paid by Zionist Jews to deceive the flock with the drivel that there are two covenants simultaneously at play. They shamelessly impart that the Old Testament favoritism of one particular group still applies today.

“God does not show favoritism.” Romans 2:11

Their false teachings are meant to persuade Christians into sanctioning the theft of Palestine by a bunch of impostors who are pretending to be Hebrews. However, they are only digging themselves deep into hell’s volcanic fire.

Christians, stay away from these men!

Their sole purpose is to deny the work of Christ, which is freely available to all nations on earth without respect to color, race, geographical demarcation, or spiritual condition.

In other words, they want to destroy the New Covenant whose aim is to forge a spiritually egalitarian brotherhood of man throughout the earth, with Jesus as the loving big brother.

“For both the One who sanctifies and those who are sanctified are of the same family. That is why Jesus is not ashamed to call them brothers.” Hebrews 2:11

Read also: Jesus was not a Jew

Read also: A Brief History of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah

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4 thoughts on “Pray For The Peace Of Which Jerusalem?

  1. Hey I’ve been reading your articles. Your site is an oasis. Anyway I found Christ in a lonely way. I never went to a church. But I believe the bible. I notice a lot of gnostic dogma hatred of physical world stuff in mostly all major western teachings. I understand Jesus was bringing heaven to earth. He says the meek shall inherit the earth. I love the earth. Its great and I have a desire to have large family children the creator. I want to grow food and build. I guess subdue the earth with god. If you could write an article about those thing it’d be great cuz I do believe western Christians might be missing half of the good news and condemn a creation god said was very good


    • Thanks. As for your request, we believe in some way we already wrote it:

      The Evil of Rapture Theology

      Still, we agree with you in reference to the world view of many Christians. A lot of it has to do with the above-mentioned rapture heresy that they’ve been taught in these so-called “churches”.

      Also, there’s something quite quixotic and beautiful in the way you got saved. Don’t take it as a negative. Plus don’t be afraid to go and do what you described from your heart. Sounds tremendous.

      Thanks for reaching out.


  2. Thank you for addressing so many of my questions. All these things have been bothering me since I studied the Holocaust. A couple outstanding questions though… What about the role of the anti-Christ? What about all nations being ruled from Jerusalem? What about the timeliness of Daniel? What about the horseman and the seals being opened after the worthy lamb? What about the 7 churches? What about Babylon being destroyed by fire?

    (lots of questions! Lol) Thanks for all your diligent research!!!


    • Thank you and you’re welcome.

      First, there’s no such thing as “all nations will be ruled from Jerusalem” in the bible. It’s a brainwashing technique used by Zionist Jews to prepare Christians to be ruled by them. Fat chance. It won’t happen. That gate of hell will not conquer us.

      Jesus is the one ruling all the nations from the Jerusalem above.

      Further, a) Babylon in Revelation was symbolic of earthly Jerusalem, which was destroyed by fire in AD 70, b) the 7 churches/assemblies in Revelation were assemblies that existed in various regions (7) of the world, which God wanted perfect before shutting down the Old Covenant in 70 AD so He could rebuild the world on a new, solid foundation, that of the New Covenant, c) Daniel’s prophecies were confirmations of John’s prophecies in Revelation and also pertained to 70 AD, and d) the anti-Christ wasn’t to be a stand-alone entity as the Apostle John made quite clear, it was a diseased spirit that took hold of individuals and made them fight against everything Christ represents.

      “Dear children, this is the last hour; and as you have heard that the antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come. This is how we know it is the last hour.” 1 John 2:18

      The last hour was that time (70 AD) when God was about to kill all non-believing Hebrews, and destroy Jerusalem and the temple.

      As for the horsemen of the Apocalypse and the seals, please read:

      Then, go to our Resources section for free books on Revelation.


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