One of the great proofs that Scripture is the Word of God and the God of the Bible is the God of Creation is the nation Israel. They’re a miracle nation in the earth and their preservation through time is evidence.




The symbol of Israel in the Bible is the “burning bush,” not the Star of David, which in the Book of Amos is identified as the star of their pagan god Moloch.”


As the passage in Amos 5 reads: “But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves.
[27] Therefore will I cause you to go into captivity beyond Damascus, saith the LORD, whose name is The God of hosts.”


Jordan confirms, “That six-pointed star is really a symbol of a pagan god that had infested the nation with their pagan religion in the time of the Prophet Amos and before. And there’s a reason they would use a star. There’s a reason the Mohammadens use the crescent moon and that kind of stuff.


“There is a whole raft of pagan religions in that part of the world, and always has been from ancient times, that worship the heavens. It all goes back to Genesis 11 when “they built a tower to reach to heaven,” and they corrupted the constellations and the signs and messages in the heavens into pagan use.”




Stars in the Bible are symbols and representatives of certain kinds of creatures, such as angels. Satan and his angels are compared to the falling stars.


Just look at this great passage about the Second Advent in Mark 13: “But in those days, after that tribulation, the sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light,
[25] And the stars of heaven shall fall, and the powers that are in heaven shall be shaken.
[26] And then shall they see the Son of man coming in the clouds with great power and glory.
[27] And then shall he send his angels, and shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from the uttermost part of the earth to the uttermost part of heaven.”




What God was doing in the six days He made the earth was actually recreating the fallen creation that had been destroyed by the satanic rebellion of the angels in heaven.


“He restored it and placed man on it to subdue it, bringing it back under the headship of the Lord Jesus Christ to win it back,” explains Jordan. “When God rested on the seventh day . . .  Isaiah 40 says that the Lord does not weary. When you finish the job, there’s no more to do to it, so isn’t it now time to use it? I mean, you made the thing to do what with it?


“God literally set that seventh day apart as the day in which He was going to bring His house, His throne, down here and and set it up here on Planet Earth!


“When you read Genesis, you realize He only gave Adam the responsibility to run things . . . God told him, ‘All you got to do is do this for is a week, buddy, because next Saturday I’m showing up and I’m bringing the house with me.’


“Adam and eve faced the adversary that first week and they failed. By the way, Thursday is the day they failed and that’s the fifth day, so they had four good days in before they sinned. Now do you kind of understand something about why (the creation week) is divided into four and three?


“That seventh day is a significant day in the prophetic Scripture about God’s intent to restore His authority in the earth. It’s not an insignificant thing the way God has constructed these things. It wasn’t just something that happened by accidental coincidence. There’s something in the warp and woof of the doctrine here.”