Redemption is Over When the non-elect of Israel crucified Jesus their Messiah, God turned to the Gentiles to call a Bride who would be His glory (Romans 11:7; Malachi 1:11; I Corinthians 11:1-16).
Israel rejected Messiah because they were blinded by a FALSE ministry who followed the traditions of men (since compiled into the Babylonian Talmud) which make the Law of Moses and the Words God spoke by His prophets of no effect to them to this day. Israel will continue to be blinded as a nation until after the end of the Gentile dispensation when God will send two prophets whose ministry will restore an election of 144,000 to the Word their forefathers crucified (Isaiah 42-43; Zechariah 12-13).
This cartoon graphically depicts Israel's 2,000-year apostasy and speaks of the apostasy of the Gentiles in these last days, since Jesus Christ opened and revealed the Seven Seals of Revelation 6. Like Israel, the Gentiles have been blinded by a FALSE ministry that teaches the traditions of men that infiltrated the early non-elect nominal Christians and was organized at the First Nicea Council of AD325 as the Roman Universal church. These traditions, which originated in Babylon, are clearly traced in Alexander Hislop's classic study, "The Two Babylons
Jesus warned, "Remember whence you have fallen, and repent, and do the first works; or else I will come quickly and remove your candlestick" (Revelation 2:5). Paul prophesied God would conclude the Gentile denominations in apostasy as he ended Israel (Romans 11:32) and Jesus promised He would call "His people" out from the FALSE churches (Matthew 25:6; Revelation 18:4).
The Seventieth Week of Daniel 9 remains to be fulfilled by Israel. The Seventh Trumpet will sound the end of the Gentile dispensation, calling the elect Church of all ages to the Wedding Supper of the Lamb in the Sky, and anointing two prophets to call an election from among the blood descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the Land of Israel.