It has been said that the people we call the “Jews” today are not the Hebrews in the bible. That topic is another discussion for another time.
The fact is, however, Christians see those that are called “Jews” today as “God’s chosen people.”
So let’s say Christians are correct and the Jews were chosen by God. Then if the God of the Jews is also the God of the Christians, and God chose the Jews as his peculiar people, shouldn’t Christians be striving to be like the Jews? Wouldn’t being like God’s chosen people be the most pleasing in God’s sight?
The Jews being God’s chosen people should be an example for Christians. Christians should strive to embrace the lifestyle of God’s chosen people; the way they eat, the way they worship, how they worship, where they worship, when they worship and most importantly who they worship.
So why is it that most Christians don’t obey the Sabbath? Why is it that so many Christians worship on Sundays rather than sunset on Friday to sunset on Saturday? Why don’t Christians follow a kosher diet?
Most importantly, why do Christians believe in Jesus Christ when God’s chosen people don’t?
So to all the Christians I ask, why are you not striving to be more like God’s chosen people? If God’s chosen people don’t believe in Jesus then why do you? Last but not least, aren’t you being presumptuous when you tell God’s chosen people that unless they do as you do, they will burn in everlasting hell fire?
What makes a Christian think that God would burn his chosen people in hell fire while Christians live happily ever after?