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                                               Hebrews, the Chosen People of God

 The Hebrews are “God’s chosen people” and this actually upsets many people. In fact, “The chosen people concept” is one of the basis for anti-Semitism which should be called anti Shemitism; the true Hebrews are hated, criticized, and persecuted because their adversaries can’t comprehend how the God who created the heavens and earth could chose only one race and abandon the rest of the world. However, those who are antagonistic towards the Hebrews because they are called “God chosen people” are scripturaly ignorant and don’t understand what that term stands for. “God’s chosen people” does not mean that God loves only the Hebrews and hates other tribes, God loves and cherishes everything that He created (Genesis 1:31).

So, why are the Hebrews called God’s Chosen people?  During the ancient times, the ancestors of the Hebrew people and the relationship between God and Israel (the Hebrews) was established from their patriarch Abraham, who was a descendant of Shem the son Noah. The descendants of Shem were recognized as the Eber (Hebrew for  ‘those who lived on the opposite side) Genesis 10:21. “Those who lived on the opposite side” mystically suggests that Shem’s descendants, the Hebrews were a righteous remnant who made use of their spiritual insight; they refused to live like the rest of the world. The Eber (the Hebrews) were set apart (sanctified) people, who were in constant journey towards perfection; their view about life was contrary to the rest of the world. Balaam testified of the Eber’s seed saying;

I see them from the cliff tops; I watch them from the hills. I see a people who live by themselves, set apart [sanctified] from other nations. (Number 23:9)

The Eber remnant were monotheistic, they held the truth about one God and refused to accept idol worship, even when the tyrant Nimrod developed occult systems which were introduced to the entire world. The book of Genesis reads:

And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech. And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there. And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and slime had they for morter.  And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth. (Genesis 11:1-5)

Nimrod the son of Cush was the mastermind of building the tower of Babel, he developed the idea to build a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven which signifies the creation of an unlawful mystical path (a distorted form of Merkavah mysticism or deeper and more dangerous form of astral projection) to access the astral plains, furthermore, to “make us a name” in the mystical sense does not mean “leaving a legacy”, Nimrod and his subjects wanted to create divine names, to manipulate God’s holy names and create a powerful protective sigil (seal) that would assemble a spiritual force that the host of heaven could not resist. They attempted this believing that they could stop God from destroying them as He did in Noah’s time. When the people of the world accepted the false idea of occultism and idolatrous systems introduced by Nimrod; Abraham, a descendant of Eber (a Hebrew- Genesis 14:13) who lived during that period rejected the idea- he and his wife Sara whose former name was “Iscah” meaning “Insight,” being prophetic maintained the inner path of holiness to be reunited with the true God (YHVH). So, regardless of the oppositions, severe persecution, and tribulation that Abraham and his wife encountered in his father’s home land (Ur of the Chaldeans), they stood firm in their faith in one God and carefully obeyed all of God’s internal laws that was revealed to them. In fact, Abraham established a yeshiva in his house (discipleship center, school) where he educated people about one God, Abraham and Sarah made many disciples for God, as it is written;

And Abram took Sarai his wife, and Lot his brother’s son, and all their substance that they had gathered, and the souls that they had gotten in Haran; and they went forth to go into the land of Canaan; and into the land of Canaan they came. (Genesis12:5)

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The souls that they had gotten in Haran represent the people they trained or brought into the path of righteousness. (Genesis 14:14) Abraham resistance of evil brought a fierce opposition against him, this might be one of the reasons why God called him out of Babylonia to give him a better land where they can live up to their conviction. Before his death, Abraham passed the knowledge of God’s holy commandments, statutes, and laws orally to his children and his disciples (Genesis 18:18-19, 26:5). Because of Abraham’s love for the truth and righteousness and his obedient to God’s word, God promised Abraham that all peoples on earth will be blessed through Him, that Abraham seed (The REAL Hebrew people) shall be a light to all nations; through them salvation will come unto the ends of the earth;

And He said, “It is too light for you to be My servant, to establish the tribes of Jacob and to bring back the besieged of Israel, but I will make you a light of nations, so that My salvation shall be until the end of the earth.”(Isaiah 49:6)

Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid. Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven. (Matthew5:14-16)

The Hebrew people are chosen by God to live a holy and purified lifestyle so that they can teach and direct the rest of the world in the true path of righteousness, they are called to lead humanity to achieve oneness with God. This is why the Hebrew people are called and are indeed God’s chosen people.  Non Hebrew people also have a specific purpose in God. To be continued…





  1. Very informative writing that has indeed taught me something. I find it interesting that most people would rather join your blog to defend false prophets instead of contributing to your other articles as well. It’s really sad that people have been captivated by lies and deception of false teachers/prophets and refuse to indulge in teachings of truth when it is made available FOR FREE on forums like this. May God continue to bless your efforts.


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