History of what the bible says about Israel at W@r


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The Bible contains numerous references to Israel’s involvement in w@rs throughout its history.

In the Old Testament, the Bible records several instances of Israel at w@r, often depicting a complex relationship between the Israelite’s and neighboring nations. One of the earliest mentions of conflict involving Israel is the Exodus from Egypt. The Israelite’s, led by Moses, faced oppression in Egypt before God intervened with miraculous plagues and parted the Red Sea, allowing them to escape. They soon encountered battles with various tribes as they journeyed to the Promised Land.

The most prominent military figure in the Old Testament is Joshua, who succeeded Moses and led the Israelite’s into Canaan. Under Joshua’s leadership, the Israelite’s conquered numerous cities, fulfilling God’s promise to give them the land. The battle of Jericho, where the city walls fell after the Israelite’s marched around it, is one of the most famous accounts.

Throughout the Old Testament, Israel engaged in both defensive and offensive w@rs. They faced threats from neighboring nations like the Philistines and Amalekites. Judges like Gideon and Samson led them in battle against oppressors. In times of waywardness, God allowed Israel to be conquered and taken into captivity by foreign powers, notably the Babylonians and Assyrians, as a form of divine punishment.

The Davidic dynasty brought both military victories and peace to Israel. King David expanded Israel’s territory and established Jerusalem as the capital. His son Solomon enjoyed a relatively peaceful reign. However, after Solomon’s death, the kingdom split into the northern kingdom of Israel and the southern kingdom of Judah. Both kingdoms often faced w@rs and conflicts, and they ultimately fell into exile.


Bible verses about W*r in Israel “King James” (Deuteronomy 201-4).

When thou goes out to fight against thine foes and see horses and chariots and a people more than thou be not perplexed of them for the Master thy God is with thee which brought you out of the land of Egypt.

Prophets like Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel spoke about God’s judgment on Israel for their disobedience and idolatry. These prophecies included warnings of military defeat and exile, which were eventually fulfilled.

In the New Testament, Israel was under Roman occupation during the time of Jesus. However, Jesus emphasized a message of peace, love, and spiritual salvation rather than physical wa@fare. He urged his followers to turn the other cheek and love their enemies.

The Bible portrays Israel’s involvement in numerous w@rs and conflicts throughout its history. These battles ranged from the conquest of Canaan to struggles with neighboring nations and internal divisions. The Old Testament  highlights both the victories and defeats of Israel, often linked to their faithfulness to God’s commandments. Ultimately, the Bible emphasizes the importance of obedience to God and the pursuit of peace and righteousness, even in the midst of w@r and conflict.


The latest war in Israel started on the 6th of October 2023.

The name (Hamas) which means “zeal” in Arabic and forms an acronym (spelled backwards) for “Islamic Resistance Movement.” Its official charter calls for the destruction of Israel and raising “the banner of Allah over every inch of Palestine.” When it attacks Israel it is doing what it was created to do.

Israel has formally declared w@r on Hamas on 7th of October 2023 after a surprise terrifying multiple locations attack was hit at them from controlled Gaza, the attack was most sustained and coordinated assault inside Israel that ever carried out by Hamas.

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