Cruz père: Obama admin. ‘has cursed Israel more than any other admin. in history’

Cruz père: Obama admin. ‘has cursed Israel more than any other admin. in history’

Referencing the book of Genesis (12:3) where God tells Abraham (Abram), the father of the Jewish nation, that He will bless those who bless him, and curse those who curse him, Pastor Rafael Cruz said the Obama administration has “cursed the Jewish people” and the nation of Israel “more than any other administration in history.”

“It was so shameful how this president has treated [Israeli] Prime Minister Netanyahu,” said Pastor Cruz, speaking to Congregation Beth Aliyah in Rome, Ga., at a Tea Party event on Apr. 13. …

“The word of God tells us in Genesis 12:3 – God is speaking to Abraham, the father of Israel – ‘I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse those who curse you.’”

“This current administration has cursed the Jewish people, has cursed the nation of Israel more than any other administration in history,” said Pastor Cruz.  “I believe the only reason judgment has not fallen on America is because of the faithful remnant that is standing in the gap. But it is about time that we stand for righteousness.” …

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Rafael Cruz is Ted Cruz’s father. …

Beth Aliyah is a Messianic Jewish congregation that believes “Yeshua (Jesus) is the promised Jewish Messiah and therefore practice Biblical Judaism through that interpretation,” reads the group’s website.

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