Guys. How can God bring back a race of people that no longer exist? And is there any such promise that He would disperse them among the Gentiles for 2,000 plus years, and cause them to return? If you two recall, I showed you through Isaiah's Prophesy that there is to be no re-Jewish nation based on flesh. Isaiah 64 shows that once the "remnant" were selected, the rest would be destroyed, leaving only a small stump (Jesus) which would grow into a totally new tree. This was a Prophesy of the Church. And there is no other Church except what has been established by Jesus. That being the case, how then do people today still expect God to build a tree fashioned like the old tree; based on flesh (Isreal of the flesh).
There are no Jews of the flesh in existence today, and there hasn't been for a very long time; they were all killed after the turn of the first century. God fulfilled His promise to Abraham that he would become the father of many nations; i.e. the Church. This promise included Israel of the flesh, but in the first century, only a remnant would be selected to carry on the works of Jesus; these were the Apostles and their disciples; these were the "Remnant" who were selected to enter into the promised land (Jerusalem from above and not below), and who also brought in the Gentiles (in-grafted) and thus resulting in a totally new tree; the family of God's children based on faith, and not flesh.
To expect a fleshly Israel to return is not only Anti-Christian, but anti-Biblical as well. Why anti-Biblical? Because there was not promise made to the Israelite's that He would bring them back to their physical land, as though that were the land of promise. God was speaking of a spiritual kingdom, which exists in heaven and on earth; the assembly of Jesus.
Israel is more than just a race; it is more than just a nation; it is the people of God, from faith, by faith, and only faith. Those who assemble in the name of Christ Jesus, embrance Israel because they are Israel