“And I will show unto thee, O house of Israel, that the Gentiles shall not have power over you; but I will remember my covenant unto you, O house of Israel, and ye shall come unto the knowledge of the fulness of my gospel.”
Gentiles shall NOT have power over Israel. Gentiles, filled with pride, claiming to hold the power of God, sitting in the Temple of God and acting as if they were God, will lose their grip. (2 Thes. 2: 2-4.) They will be cast down like Lucifer, after claiming they would sit in the congregations of the north, like the Gods. (Isa. 14: 13-15.)
These Gentiles will not have “power” over the house of Israel, though they may claim to possess great authority. (D&C 121: 36-37.) What, then, is the difference between the Gentiles lacking “power,” but holding authority?
How will the Lord remember the covenant?
What does it mean to come to “the knowledge” of something, rather than to start believing in something?
What does it mean to have the “fulness of [His] Gospel?”
What does “knowledge… of the fulness” imply about the degree to which it will be revealed as part of remembering the covenant?
Why is the Gentile rejection of the fullness tied to the house of Israel receiving the fullness?
Are the basic Gospel Principles the same as the fullness? If not, what is the difference? What do the Gentiles risk when they reject the fullness and focus instead upon the basic principles?
How perilous is it for the Gentiles to suppress the mysteries of godliness and retain only the most basic of doctrines as their focus?
Unto whom is the Lord to teach doctrine? Who is prepared to hear? Are they necessarily to be first weaned from milk and prepared to understand meat? (See Isa. 28: 9-10.) If that is so, then what do we need to do to wean ourselves off the milk and be prepared to receive weighter matters?
When will these things be? How will you know when the spirit begins to withdraw from the Gentiles and blessings begin to be poured out on others of the house of Israel?
Well, let’s keep going…..