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Israel in Prophecy
The entire Bible prophecy centers on this tiny little patch of land in the Middle East, between Europe and Asia, called Israel. The land is bounded to the north by Lebanon and Turkey, the east by Syria, Jordan, Iraq and Iran, and to the south by Egypt and Saudi Arabia. To the west of Israel is the Mediterranean Sea.
How this tiny land becomes the focal point of Biblical prophecies is interesting. It makes you wonder what is so special about Israel; is it the people, the land, the religion or something more? Let’s find out!
To understand why Israel is the focal point of Bible prophecy, please join this Bible Study broadcast live from EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City on December 2, 2023 at 2:30 PM.
Explore God's Church
Our Philippine congregation is officially chartered by The Church of God International (CGI) of Tyler, Texas, USA. Incorporated in 1978, CGI has ministers and congregations scattered throughout the United States and Canada. We also have churches in Jamaica, the Philippines, Australia, the United Kingdom and a growing number of countries around the world.
Our mission is to proclaim the gospel of the coming Kingdom of God to all the world as a witness and teach all nations to observe what Christ commanded (Matthew 24:14; 28:19, 20).
The doctrinal tenets, practices, teachings, and beliefs of the Church of God International are based on the Word of God, the Holy Bible. God’s people believe that they are to live by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God (Matthew 4:4).
Our Statement of Beliefs and Systematic Theology Project represent the beliefs and doctrines of The Church of God International.
Additional information (personal messages, opinions) expressed on this website do not necessarily reflect the collective beliefs and doctrines of the Church of God International, its members, ministry, or leadership.
The Church of God International, Philippines has many congregations and we always welcome visitors and newcomers. Our worship services are open to the public and there is no pre-screening or interview conducted prior to your visit. We hope you’ll join us for Sabbath (Saturday) services soon.