New King of the New Israel, The 19 Writing Prophets

The New King of the New Israel

NOTE:  Are you going to allow the aggressive and popular Scofield mites to rewrite Old Testament history, and the Bible on the Kingdom.

It has been previously stated that Romans is a good cure for dispensationalism; but the whole Bible is the best and the Magic Outline of “The New King of the New Israel” illustrates that.  It does not take a false rapture and millennium for Jewish zealots to enjoy the kingdom of God, as God’s plan all along in the Old Testament has been for Jews and Gentiles together to rule in the kingdom of God on the new earth.  Get it straight you Scofield mites, we are tired of you playing and tampering with the Word of God with your bad mathematics of adding to and taking away from our Bible.

Undoubtable the call of God to Abraham out of Mesopotamia, about 2000 to 1700 B.C. to go to the land of Palestine would mark the beginning of the Hebrew people.  So in an outline of the Bible as the Bible outlines itself, 7 of the 12 major topics of the Bible deal roughly with the period before approximately 722 BC, the period of the Prophets, both minor and major.  It might seem inexcusable for 75% of a literal Bible outline to be on the first approximately 1000 years; however remember that is the way God wanted it as the outline itself is determined by Old Testament quotes in the New Testament.  In short, Jesus, Paul, and the other Apostles quoted more from the beginning of Creation to the Prophets than from the period of the Prophets beginning about 722 B.C. with Jonah.  Perhaps that literal Bible fact has lead Scofield and his mites to make figurative and non-literal attacks on that Prophetic Period; however what is written in that Prophetic Period is very clear as shown below in the Bible outline of the Period of the Prophets.

Since the false literalism of Scofield centers around the addition of three words not literally found in the Bible, the 3 words of rapture, millennium, and dispensationalism, the real literalism of the Bible in this PERIOD OF THE PROPHETS should be a cure for them; however the primary intent of this series is to consider the literal bible on THE NEW KING OF THE NEW ISRAEL. Recall that Scofield, with no formal Bible training, for money was contracted with Oxford Press to write the SRB primarily to further the cause of the Hebrew zealots, the same ones Jesus rejected on their kingdom concepts, to give them the KINGDOM for one thousand years.  A noble cause, but not true.  The Scofield mites especially of DTS have focused themselves around the ridiculous discussion on the kingdom versus the church.  Next paragraph is how simple the issue is according to the Literal Bible.

The early Hebrews (Jews) were members of the called out Assembly written in Heaven as were many Gentiles, like those of Nineveh that believed and repented after the preaching of Jonah.  {Perhaps it was more what they learned of how God had Jonah swallowed by a whale to get him to preach to Nineveh.}  The assembly became known as the church among the Hebrews of the New Testament period, the same period that God through Christ established His kingdom on earth, a kingdom of Jews and Gentiles.  The total called-out Assembly of God, which Paul in Hebrews calls the church of the Firstborn, written in heaven includes all the Jewish and Gentile believers of the Old Testament time, and from the NT until now, and in fact until the Second Coming.  At that time all of the Assembly will become the New Kingdom of God on the New Earth and under the New King of Israel, our Lord Jesus Christ!

If Scofield had had formal Bible training on Romans, he would have known that “All Israel will be saved”, and that according to Paul and Romans Israel was not literally the nation of Israel, but Hebrew and Gentiles believers; and it would have saved us in the SBC a lot of trouble with the feudamentalists of the fundamentalists today, especially with the dedicated Scofield mites of DTS like Jeffress, Jeremiah, and Tim LeHaye. These people split the SBC into 3 denominations all because they “wanted” to protect their SRBibles and sermon notes.  To those of us who actively lived through these trying years where the feudamentalists were destroying the careers and reputations of their Christian brothers in the ministry and teaching, we must ask the serious question of why did they believe in such a false literalism, and the answer has to be described in the Falling Away of II Timothy 4:3,4.

“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables.”

Bottom line, if these feudamentalists (you can still tell them today by a bad attitude) believed and practiced a false literalism, does that make them false prophets—men like Jeffress, Edwards, Tim LeHaye, Rogers, Criswell, and Stanley; and the answer is yes, they instigated the takeover and warfare in the SBC because they wanted to, not because of a false literalism.  (Later a good example of false literalism by Adrian Rogers will be given in his famous “after 6 days they went up to Jerusalem Sermon to usher in the new century in the year 2000.  You will have trouble believing this from the Scofield mites champion of a false literalism.) Yes, A FALSE LITERALISM MAKES THEM FALSE PROPHETS much in the same category of all the false prophets, priests, and pastors in the day of the Prophet Jeremiah, that preached a false peace in the most costly falling away of the Hebrew people that resulted in the destruction of the Hebrew nation, the temple, and Jerusalem.  A major topic of the literal Bible outline is “9.  What Happened to the Jews as the Chosen People of God?”  It was true of them in the Old Testament, true of them in the days of Jesus on earth when He rejected the kingdom of the Zealots, it was true when Paul delivered the Gospel to them, it is true during this time of the Falling Away, and it will be true at the Second Coming.

“Brethren, my heart’s desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they may be saved. For I bear them witness that they have a zeal for God, but not according to knowledge. For they being ignorant of God’s righteousness, and seeking to establish their own righteousness, have not submitted to the righteousness of God. For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes.”  (Romans 10:1-4)

And have the masses of the Hebrew people “made of none effect” the way of faith, like the Scofield mites attempt to do in some false dispensation of history, say for one thousand years which they have invented to protect the zealots and Oxford Press. Oh my, what the Scofield mites have to answer to God for in these deceptions where they have practiced and continue to practice bad mathematics on the Bible, that is they add to and take away from the Bible.  Do you think God is going to forgive them for that?




Beginning of the Literal Bible Outline just before topic 7 and 8.

(2). The reproaches of God fell on me: Psalm 69:9 and Romans 15:3.                                         


  1. The Time Finally came.

Psalm 70-150

  1. Christ in parables told hidden things: Psalm 78:2,24, Matthew 13:35, and John6:31.
  2. The Father charged to angels to care for Christ: Psalm 91:11 and Matthew4:6.
  3. God knows the thoughts of the wise as vain: Psalm 94:11,12 and I Corinthians3:20.
  4. This is the time to hear the voice of God, not hardening the heart: Psalm95:7-11 and Hebrews 3:15; 3:7; and 4:7.
  5. Some things God the Father says.
    1. Of The Son You are Eternal though the earth passes away: Psalm 101:25-33and Hebrews 1:10.
    2. Of angels, ministers and a flame of fire: Psalm 104:4 and Hebrews 1:7,8.
    3. To Son, Sit on my right hand until I make your enemies your footstool: Psalm110:1 and Hebrews 1:13.
    4. That Christ is a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek: Psalm 110:4and Hebrews 5:6,7:21.
  • Believe and Speak.
    1. God made Jesus Lord and Christ: Psalm 110:1 and Acts 2:34,35.
    2. II Cor 9:9 and Psalm 112:9.
    3. II Cor 4:13 and Psalm 116:10.
    4. Romans 15:11 and Psalm 117:1.
    5. Psalm 118:22, Matt 21:42, and Luke 20:17.
    6. Psalm 118:26 and Matthew 21:9.

3-8:  Listening More Important Than Sacrifice.

  1. Listen to God.

I Samuel

  1. Love of God and neighbor is and always was in the Old Testament more important than burnt offerings and sacrifices: I Samuel 15:22 and Mark 12:33.
  2. To listen to Christ as Lord is more important than the legal requirements of the Sabbath day: I Samuel 21:1,6, Luke 6:3,4, Mark 2:25, and Matthew 12:2,3.

II Samuel

  1. When you listen to God in the predictions of the Bible you have to listen twice as hard as the predictions often have double meaning–that is, a wider spectrum of meaning than immediately obvious as here where it applies to King Solomon and King Jesus: II Samuel 7:12,14 and John 7:42.

I Kings

  1. Listen to God talk about His own remnant of Israel when He tells Elijah that He has reserved 7,000 for Himself that have not bowed the knee to Baal: I Kings 19:1018 and Romans 11:4.
  2. Listening Signs from the Early Prophets and Jesus.


  1. The Listening Signs for This Generation is Both Solomon, Jonah and Jesus as recorded in the Bible while in Nineveh’s generation it was the Prophet Jonah and in Jesus time it was Him the Prophet Messiah: Jonah 3:1-4 and Luke 11:29.


  1. Listen to the Apostle Peter on the first day of Pentecost after Christ’s Ascension as he quotes from the Prophet Joel to explain both what happened on that day, and what would happen from this the beginning of the last days until the end of time: Joel 2:28-31 and Acts 2:16-21.
  2. Listen to the Prophet Joel start the ball rolling on the prime them of the Bible about eschatology, the One Day of the LORD: Joel 3:13, Mark 4:29, and Mark 13:24. III. Listen to God Himself tell in the Bible to what extent the nation of Israel was and was not His chosen people.


  1. Immediately after rescue from Egyptian bondage God turned away from most of Israel, giving them up to worship the host of heaven; Amos 5:25-27 and Acts 7:42.
  2. God takes a people for His name from among the Gentiles: (Amos 9:11,12 and Acts 15:15-17)


  1. These same Gentiles shall be called sons of the living God: Hosea 2:23 and Romans 9:25,26.

Isaiah 1-39

  1. If God had not chosen a small remnant out of Israel they would have been like Sodom and Gomorrah: Isaiah 1:9 and Romans 9:29.
  2. Listen to God Himself in His book on matters or eschatology, or last things.
  3. You must first of all see the double nature of predictions as related to eschatology as when the Old Testament said, “I will call my Son out of Egypt.” (Hosea 11:1 and Matthew 2:15) {NOTE: The Son has a double meaning: (1) First it is the nation of Israel as the Son; and (2) Then it is Christ as the Son.}            2. Immortality and the sting of death: Hosea 13:14 and Isaiah 29:8.
  4. Day of the LORD: Isaiah 2:3,12,18, and 19, and I Corinthians 14:36, II Thessalonians 2:2, also 1:10.
  5. Isaiah 35:51; 61:1 and Matthew 11:5

3-9:  What Happened to the Jews as The Chosen People of God?

  1. Jesus taught in parables to explain what had happened to the Jews as the chosen people of God, indeed made clear that all things were spoken in parables implying that even the Bible itself is written in parables in order that only a few can understand the Authorized Semi-Public Interpretation {ASI}, that is that Scripture “is of no private interpretation”.
    1. Jesus told the parable of the vineyard where Israel is the nation that rejected the rightful owner, God, of the vineyard by killing His Son (Isaiah 5:1,7 and Mark 12:2 and Matthew 21:33). {This is approximately the time and place, along with the curse by Jesus of the fruitless fig tree and of the woes on Jerusalem for not accepting under His wings, that the beginning time marker started ticking to mark the three and one-half years that the Jews had left before there own cutoff predicted by Daniel, and further identified by Zechariah as the fate of two-thirds of the Jews.}
    2. The OT and Jesus explain the nature of parables as such that they who hear many not understand and be converted, but Jesus told His Apostles and disciples that these parables were made for them to understand (Isaiah 6:9,10, Matthew 13:14,15, and Mark 8:18).
  2. God did give all in Israel another chance in the time of Christ and for three and one-half years after His crucifixion, even with the beginning of His life, a sign-something the Jews always liked and asked for was a sign–that sign was of a virgin, Mary, with child, and the notice from God that He would be called “Immanuel”, meaning that “God is with us”, which He was at that very time in Christ–”God was in Christ reconciling the world until Himself.” (Isaiah 7:14 and Matthew 1:23)
    1. “Whoever that falls on this stone {later in parts of THE MESSAGE of the Prophets we will find that God placed a stone that was a stumbling block in front of the Israel that had broken His covenants so often and so continuous, that stumbling block being the necessity of faith in the cross of Jesus} should be broken, but on whom the stone falls is destroyed (Isaiah 8:14,17 and Matthew 21:44).
    2. But still Jesus calls and called “brethren” the children that God has given Him {Hebrews 2:13 and Isaiah 8:14,17) {Frank Graham, this sounds a little like the “election” of Calvinism here, although also we know the freedom of choice of Arminianism to also be here.}
    3. Though the number of people in the nation of Israel throughout the years between Abraham and Christ were as the sands of the seashore in number, only a remnant of those will be saved (Isaiah 10:22,23 and Romans 9:27).
    4. God early chose that His Son, the Seed, would come from the family and lineage of Abraham and King David, never changing His mind or altering His course on this decision (Isaiah 11:1-10, John 7:42, and Romans 15:12).
  • Israel had the same choice as the Gentiles, in fact the first and loudest choice, that Christ would either be a stone of stumbling and a rock of offence to them, or whoever believed in Christ and the God who sent Christ would not be ashamed.
    1. If there is no life after death, let us eat, drink, and merry (Isaiah 22:13and I Corinthians 15:32).
    2. At the Second Coming of Christ death will be completely swallowed up in victory (Isaiah 25:8 and I Corinthians 15:54).
    3. All Israel that has been chosen of God to be saved will be saved, that all Israel being identified earlier by Paul in Romans as the Israel of Gentiles and Jews (Isaiah 27:9 and Romans 11:27)
    4. Whoever believes in Christ, Jew or Gentile, shall not be ashamed of that faith: Isaiah 28:16 and Romans 9:33, also Romans 10:11.
  1. What God did to Israel until the time of the fullness of the Gentiles is completed.
    1. God gave them a spirit of slumber: Isaiah 29:10 and Romans 11:8.
    2. Meantime the Jews continued to worship God as if it was real: Isaiah 29:13,Matthew 15:8,9, and Mark 7:6,7: (1) Worshiped with lips while hearts were somewhere else; (2) Vain worship; and (3) Worship based on the teachings of men in the place of the doctrines of God.
    3. God will destroy the wisdom of all these wise men according to the ways of the world: Isaiah 29:14 and I Corinthians 1:19.

3-10:  The Salvation of God.

  1. God chose the time!

Isaiah 40-52

  1. First, there was John the Baptist saying in effect THIS IS THE TIME: Isaiah 40:3-5, Matthew 3:3, Mark 1:2,3, John 1:23, and Luke 3:4-6.
  2. It was inevitable since these things were already recorded in the Word of God that they would happen: Isaiah 40:8 and Luke 21:32,33: (1) Most to happen during Christ’s generation; and (2) The rest on the final One Day of the LORD as the old earth and old heavens pass away.
  3. The Mind of the LORD became the incarnated Mind of Christ: Isaiah 40:13and I Corinthians 2:16.
  1. God Himself took the initiative by sending His own Son to planet earth.
    1. This is My Beloved Son, God said of Jesus of Nazareth: Isaiah 42:1-4, Matthew 3:17, Mark 1:11, Matthew 17:5, Mark 9:7, and Matthew 12:18-21.
    2. God is faithful but He will listen to the cries of men for salvation in a time acceptable to Him: Isaiah 45:14 and I Corinthians 14:25.
    3. It is inevitable that every knee will voluntary now and involuntarily at the end of time bow and worship to the praise of God: Isaiah 45:23 and Romans 14:11. III. Men will come from the four corners of the earth to worship God.
    4. Men will come from north, south, east, and west: Isaiah 49:7-12 and Matthew8:11.
    5. Heaven and earth will pass away, not Gods Word: Isaiah 51:6 and Luke21:32,33.
    6. Gentiles will come in large numbers in spite of the fact that Gods name has been blasphemed among them because of the Jews: Isaiah 52:5 and Romans 2:24.
    7. Paul preached widely the Gospel of Christ where Christ was not already named in order that those who did not previously see and hear might both see and hear: Isaiah 52:15 and Romans 15:21.
    8. Who Has Believed the Reports from God? {Another way the Bible asks the question how many and who has believed the Prophets and Apostles, the book of the Bible as the Word of God and respect them!}

Isaiah 53

  1. To whom has the salvation, or arm of God, been revealed: Isaiah 53:1, John12:38, and Romans 10:16.
  2. Who and how many believed the miracles of healing as Jesus took on Him-self the infirmities: Isaiah 53:4,7 and Matthew 8:17.
  3. Who and how many believed when John the Baptist made the report, “Behold, the Lamb of God…” (Isaiah 53:4,7 and John 1:29,36)
  4. The great report of Jesus from the cross as He is made a criminal and curse for mankind, and according to the predictions of the Old Testament: Isaiah 53:12 and Luke 22:37.

3-11:  The New King of the New Israel

  1. Jews and Gentiles as fellow citizens in the new kingdom.

Isaiah 54-66

  1. The unmarried have more children that the married, the Gentiles have more children of God than the Jews: Isaiah 54:1 and Galatians 4:27.
  2. None comes to the Father except as drawn by the Father, and all those who are taught by the Father: Isaiah 54:13 and John 6:45.
  3. God gave in the Temple to the Jews a House of Prayer, but they had turn edit into a den of thieves by the time of Jesus: Isaiah 56:7 and Matthew 21:13 and Luke 19:46.
  4. All the nation of Israel that is really the Israel of the children of God will be saved: Isaiah 59:20,21 and Romans 11:26.
  5. Characteristics of the New King of Israel.
    1. The message to Zion is that your new King comes meekly, riding on a donkey: Isaiah 61:11 and Matthew 21:5.
    2. Jesus told them in Nazareth of how the Spirit of God was upon him: Isaiah61:1,2 and Luke 4:17,18.

                  (1). God anointed Him to preach the gospel to the poor. {A King especially for the poor people.}

                  (2). God sent Him to start the release of captives, and to make provisions that the blind might be able to see.

                       (3). To provide freedom for the downtrodden.

                (4). To make a Proclamation as to when is the Acceptable Year of the Lord (the last days) that leads to the One Day of the LORD and Lord.

  1. Happiness in this new kingdom will come only to those who first mourn because of their inability to do it for themselves: Isaiah 61:1,2 and Matthew 5:4.
  • The Method of Citizenship Only That From God, on Gods terms as dictated in the Old Testament and made evident in the New Testament.
    1. The New Citizenship found of those who sought it not or who searched not fort (grace): Isaiah 65:1 and Romans 10:20,21.
    2. Jerusalem is the city of the Great King: Isaiah 66:1 and Matthew 5:33.


  1. The Christ, the Prophet Messiah, born in Bethlehem, Micah 5:2, Matthew2:5,6, and John 7:42, to be: (1) A ruler of the people; and (2) A shepherd of the people.
  2. The sowers of the Old Testament and the reapers of the New Testament will rejoice together in this New Kingdom: Micah 6:15 and John 4:37. IV. The Good News of the Gospel of the Kingdom preached by messengers.


  1. How welcome across the way on the mountain is the first sight of those who come with the Gospel: Nahum 1:15 and Romans 10:15.

Jeremiah 1-30

  1. Yet most do not believe the report, foolish people without the ability to see or hear: Jeremiah 5:21 and Mark 8:18.
  2. God established a House of Prayer but the nation of Israel turned it into a den of thieves: Jeremiah 7:11 and Matthew 21:13, and Mark 11:17.
  3. Trust in God: (1) Whoever boasts, let him boast only in God: Jeremiah 9:24and I Corinthians 1:31; and (2) Trust only in God: Jeremiah 17:5,7 and II Corinthians 11:9.

3-12:  The Living God Wants Others to Live.

  1. God’s desire after His originally chosen nation of Israel has continuously broken His covenant, forsaken Him, and served other gods.

Jeremiah 31-52

  1. Rachel weeps for her children: Jeremiah 31:15 and Matthew 2:17,18.
  2. Gods desire to walk among and dwell in His own people: Jeremiah 31:1 and II Corinthians 6:18.
  3. The just, justified, or righteous must live by faith in God.


  1. Righteousness by faith; Habakkuk 2:4, Galatians 3:11, and Romans 1:17.


  1. Kingdom of God starts out small then grows larger: Daniel 4:9 and Mark4:32.
  • The sanctified and glorified must live by faith in God.
    1. The beginning of glorification is when see the Son of Man coming in great power and glory: Daniel 7:13, Matthew 24:20, and Mark 13:26.
    2. The end of the ordinances of the law and the temple worship came during the Abomination of Desolation of Daniel, 80 A.D.: Daniel 9:27, 11:31, and Mark 13:14, and Matthew 24:15.
    3. Before the Second Coming there will be a time of tribulation in which even the heavens and earth are affected: Daniel 12:1-3 and Mark 13:19.
    4. Shook only the earth before, the last time will shake earth and the heavens: Haggai 2:6 and Hebrews 12:26. IV. Final Messages to Disciples and to All.


  1. To Disciples: do you not see, hear, and remember: Ezekiel 12:2 and Mark 8:18.
  2. To Jewish religious leaders: in vain they do worship: Ezekiel 33:31 and Matthew 15:7.


  1. Zion: your King is Coming: Zechariah 9:9, Matthew 21:4, and John 12:14.
  2. Crucifiers: they gaped on Him whom they pierced: Zechariah 12:10 and John19:37.
  3. Disciples: will strike down the Shepherd and the sheep will be scattered: Zechariah 13:7 and Mark 14:27.


  1. Jacob I loved and Esau I hated: Malachi 1:2 and Romans 9:13.
  2. The Voice of One Crying in the wilderness “NOW”: Malachi 2:10 and Matthew11:10 and Mark 1:2.

3-13:  “Believe” from the Letters of Paul Continued.

  1. I Corinthians 1:21. As you come to the chapters on I and II Corinthians, you will see how major these two books are in the writings of Paul and in the Word of God. It is in these revelations from God to the church members at Corinth that Paul did his major work on how to be a believer and church member, how to practice church membership; and many of the Pentecostal problems we have today, especially that of the unsound doctrine and pride of extrabiblical revelations, Paul dealt with long ago if these itching ears teachers and preachers would stop listening to themselves giving a word and word and praise from God and listen to the original and only Word of God. The world has never known God through any wisdom but the wisdom of God; and although it may seem foolish to go back to the original message of the Apostles and Prophets as the only message in spite of all these young and bold Bible teachers who would give you some new words, it is still the only message by which God saves those who believe it!
  2. I Corinthians 3:5. These ministers today with a word from God are deceiving you in order to gain your respect for them.  Unlike Apostles like Paul in their writings from God through whom you came believe, they want you to think of themselves as more than just ministers; they seek awe from you as to what God has given them uniquely among all ministers.
  3. I Corinthians 11:18. This is “I believe it” from Paul related to the rumors that he has heard about divisions in the church.  What would, or does, Paul think today? 20.  I Corinthians 13:7.  Love “believes all things”, at least in the Bible.
  4. I Corinthians 14:22. Have you ever heard a church member talk in a tongue before unbelievers?  No, they always do it before believers to try to impress other believers with how religious and special they are.  {By the way most of the tongues of the Bible are real languages, the tongues were given in NT times so believers could communicate with unbelievers.  There, no doubt, are rare cases like Paul refers to his own experience, where some can speak in the language of heaven; but we really have few, if any Apostle Paul’s today!}
  5. I Corinthians 15:2. Paul preached the Gospel to us through his writings; we received the Gospel through the writings of the Bible; and we stand on the assurance of our salvation based on that Gospel, most often as recorded in a letter from the Apostle Paul.
  6. I Corinthians 15:11. If you want some good statements of faith, you can find item these “believe” and later “baptism” verses that are recorded at the and of chapters.  Square your faith and practice with these statements of faith, “so we preach and so you believed.”
  7. II Corinthians 4:13. If this is the only “believe” verse in II Corinthians, it makes you wonder what the book is about.  Well, read that chapter to follow. A clue is found in this verse and the larger context, that “we have the treasure of the Gospel and the rest of the Bible in earthen vessels”.  We would not like many itching ears teachers today with an extrabiblical word or revelation from God attract the attention to the specialty of the vessel over the message.  We believe in the Bible, and we speak Bible–that is sufficient, none other messages are needed.  We are reminded of this by the same “spirit of faith” that is in us as was in the OT Prophets and the Apostles like Paul.
  8. Galatians 2:16. You will find as you come to the chapter on Galatians that it is the Gospel of the One Baptism. We that believe in Jesus have been justified in the sight and in the decisions of God by faith.