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Who do you say the Kenites are as it says about them and the curse of cain on them possibly in Jeremiah 35 with the Jeremiah not the son of Hilkiah talked about who would not drink pots full of wine nor build house, but wander like a fugitive and vagabond, neither plant crops because they are cursed from the ground,etc. and it says in the hebrew strongs kenites are the tribe of Qayin. Is this about a race or is this about a spiritual matter, because also in 2 chronicles 2:55 it shows they are in jerusalem as temple servants and scribes even because they were afraid of being attacked by the babylonions and assyrians.
I would also add, it says that Jethro or Rauel the father in law of Moses was living in the land of the Kenites but ofcourse we know they were Midianites and him a Priest, and they were from the land beyond Hamathm and we read about Balaam the Kenite also.
Then also the wife of Heber the Kenite said He was related to the midianite father of moses, his wife drove a nail through their enemies temple while he slept in her tent in hiding. Her name was Jael in Judges 4:21. I think maybe its some of both. It was of the race of kenites and afterwards those that believe in the ways of Cain’s tribe.
I have a picture where the real jews who believed in Jesus during the 1948 balfour agreement commensurration holding a sign, saying they are against zionism and they were having the whole garb of beards and black suits,etc., yes, there were jews when it was happening were against political zionism and knew what was happening.
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