British-Israel Statement of Beliefs and Links to Related Sites
This website is sponsored by the Canadian British-Israel Association,
also known as The Servant People.
We were founded in Canada in 1956, and offer printed literature to members sent both monthly and quarterly, as well as three websites full of further information. Membership is open to all who are in sympathy with our objectives. We invite you to visit our other organization websites listed below:
A well-developed website with many articles of research and resources concerning the British-Israel message. Information on our history, publications, quarterly mailing to members, membership information and much more.
The Jewish Chronicle for May 2nd, 1879, said, “The fate of the Lost Ten Tribes is a mystery which has a peculiar fascination for some minds… the Scriptures speak of a future restoration of Israel… The problem, then, is reduced to the simplest form. The Ten Tribes are certainly in existence. All that has to be done is to discover which people represent them.” [The italics are ours.] Read the list of Scripture verses in our left-hand column, and decide what people in our world today fit the many prophecies. Then read our Statement of Beliefs on the page below, with our list of key facts from the Bible. We invite you to read more and join us in spreading the good news of the fulfillment of prophecy to the letter in the Western nations of (so-called) Christendom today.
Our online bookstore with hundreds of fascinating books, charts, pins, CD's and other resources to aid in your increase in knowledge of the Purposes of God. We also offer two forms of membership: a basic membership that includes our quarterly mailing of a new biblical research study, our popular Bible question box, and membership update newsletter. Full membership also includes the monthly journal "Thy Kingdom Come" and the British journal "Covenant Nations" published by the British-Israel-World Federation.
As Glen Beck explained, the fulfillment of Bible prophecy gives strong and irrefutable evidence that these "lost tribes" are still in existence and dwelling in America and Europe in these latter days.. Please read the Scripture prophecies we have posted in our left hand column, which are but a few taken from the expanded Scripture list in appendix one of our book, "The Story Of Celto-Saxon Israel." This informative resource is available from our web book shop.
Glen Beck also quotes noted Anglo-Israel author, Steven M. Collins (shown here), concerning these lost ten tribes, and mentions the books authored by this Bible scholar and historian. We offer all four of the currently available Collins books at our on-line bookshop and highly recommend all of them!
The titles are:
The Origins and Empire of Ancient Israel
Israel's Lost Empires
Parthia: The Forgotten Ancient Superpower and Its Role in Biblical History
Israel's Tribes Today
A full description of the contents of each of them is on our book site!
A British-Israel Statement of Beliefs
The Canadian British-Israel Association, also known as The Servant People, exists for the purpose of giving information on the identification of Americans, Europeans and related peoples, with the House of Israel, i.e. Ephraim or the Ten Tribes, as distinct from Jews of the House of Judah. Our websites deal with all branches of inquiry touching the Hebrew origin of these peoples, and shows the bearing of present-day events on the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy.
Particular attention is drawn to the following facts and references concerning present latter day Israel:
The prophets foretell that the House of Ephraim-Israel (the Ten Tribes), in the “latter days,” shall be found:
- “A great and mighty nation” (Gen. 12:2 and 18:18).
- Possessing “the Gate of his enemies” (Gen. 22:17; 24:60).
- “A nation and a company of nations” (Gen. 35:11; 48:4).
- Under the New Covenant, and therefore Christians (Hos. 1:10; 2:23; Isa. 42:4, 6-8, 16-19; 44:21-22; Jer. 31:31-34; Heb. 8:8; Ezek. 9:16; 20:35-37; Zech. 10:9).
- “The chief of the nations,” Ephraim-Israel (Jer. 31:7).
- Manasseh-Israel to be “a great people;” but Ephraim-Israel is to be “greater than he,” and is to become “a fullness of nations” (Gen. 48:19; Rom. 11:25).
- Both of these immensely populous, as “the stars of heaven” for multitude; as “the sand upon the sea-shore,” as “the dust of the earth,” and “increasing as fishes do increase” (Gen 22:17; 26:4; 13:16; 48:16; Isa. 10:22; 54:1-3; Hos. 1:10).
- The people of the House of Israel were to be planted in a place of their own, to move no more, and to be no more afflicted by “the children of wickedness,” their enemies (2 Sam. 7:10), and there to dwell alone; having been wanderers among the nations (Hos. 9:17), from whence they have been sifted out (Amos 9:9); and gathered out from among those nations (Ezek. 20:35-41; Hos. 2:14; Jer. 31:2).
- In “the islands of the sea” Isa. 11:11; 24:15); the “isles afar off” (Jer. 31:10; Isa. 66:19); in the “North country” (Jer. 3:18; 31:7-8); also in the “West” (Hos. 11:10), which is the “appointed place.” This place is to become too limited in area for their immensely-increasing numbers: “The place is too strait for me” (Isa. 49:20).
- Pushing the people together to the ends of the earth (Deut. 33:17).
- A great maritime people, whose “seed shall be in many waters,” and the chief navigators of the world (Nub. 24:7; Psa. 89:25).
- Their national emblems being the lion and the unicorn, the national heraldry of Great Britain (Micah 5:8; Num. 23:24; 24:9; Deut. 33:17; Gen 49:9; Isa. 54:15-17).
- They would have a royal monarchy with kings (and queens) ruling over them (Gen. 17:6)
- They would be a means of blessing to all other nations (Micah 5:7; Gen. 12:3). Blossoming and budding and filling the face of the world with fruit (Isa. 27:6; 43:7-21; Matt. 21:43).
- God’s witnesses to the world, and His messengers of salvation to the heathen (Isa. 43:1, 10, 12, 21; 44:1, 2, 8, etc.).
- They took possession of the heritage of the heathen (Psa. 111:6).
- Possessed of great wealth, lending to many nations, ruling over other nations but not ruled over by them (Deut. 8:18; 15:6).
- Observing the Sabbath, showing that they possess the “sign of the Sabbath” given only to Israel, as a sign between the Lord and the children of Israel for ever for a perpetual covenant (Exod. 31:13, 16-17; Exek. 20:12, 20).
- So highly blessed above all people that they are to be known “as the seed whom the Lord has blessed” (Isa. 61:9).
- They would be a missionary people, taking the Gospel to the ends of the earth (Isa. 49:6).
For further prophetic fulfillments of Scripture, refer to appendix one of The Story of Celto-Saxon Israel, available from our web book shop.
Additional links to other British-Israel organizations will be
found on our main membership site.
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