JEREMIAH 33:20-22 "Thus sayeth the Lord: if ye can break My covenant of the day, and My covenant of the night, and that there should not be day and night in their season; Then may also My covenant be broken with David, My servant, that he should not have a son to rein upon his throne. In this verse God makes it very clear that just as there will always be a day and night, there will al-ways be a son to rule upon the throne of David. This verse has created a bitterly debated contro-versy for many Bible scholars who lean more towards their atheistic imagination than they do to the inevitable truth of God, who does never lie. Although it is true that the people of David's bloodline, known as Jews, did not even have a National identity for many years, this covenant God made with David was centered in Jesus Christ, who is known to be of the blood-line of David, and therefore rec-ognized by scripture as a son of David. Also scripture reveals that Christ was raised to an eternal position with God, which causes simple logic to know it is impos-sible to prevent Christ from rein-ing with God's approval on David's
throne. All who do not see this, do not believe the message God in-tended and should hang their heads in shame. Now look further to what God said: "(As the Host of heaven cannot be numbered; neither the sand of the sea measured: so will I multiply the seed of David, My servant, and the Levites who min-ister to Me.)" That surely includes all ministers for God and all Chris-tians who belong to Christ. It is too ridiculous to think mere men can number the Host of heaven, and completely ridiculous to even imagine the sand of the sea can be measured; and it is just as ridicu-lous to think Christianity can fail and Jesus Christ will not rein eter-nally over God's people forever. God further emphasizes this in the 25th and 26th verses of this 33rd chapter of Jeremiah to make sure people believe it. Please read these verses; ("If My covenant be not with day and night, and if I have not appointed day and night, and if I have not appointed the ordinances of heaven and earth; Then will I cast away the seed of Jacob and David, My servants, so that I will not take any of them to be rulers of the seed of Abraham, Isaac, and
Jacob: for I will return them from captivity and have mercy on them.)" These verses reminded Jeremiah that God's people had rejected His new covenant that was made, which sent Christ from the bloodline of David to rule over all Gods' people forever. God was again saying it was just as certain as day and night, and as certain as he had appointed the ordinances of heaven and earth that He would return His people who had fallen into captivity because of their sins and return them to their own land. This shows how certain that God will do exactly that. The Jews are Biblically described as stubborn and stiff-necked people and who have never accepted Jesus Christ as the Son of God, nor as their savior. Bot God will even forgive and bring them back because at this point in time they will repent and accept Christ as their Savior and King. Then the scripture will no more be quoted that; ("He came unto His own and His own re-ceived Him not)" Then God will bless them so abundantly that other Nations of the world will marvel at how He forgives.