There is very little love for the Anglo-Saxon people these days. Everything you hear about them is criticism. If they are indeed the lost tribes of Israel, there should be a different attitude toward them, as it says in the Bible. God loves Israel and those who don’t do not have the heart of God. I repeat, this rule applies to all people of the world. If they do not love the Anglo-Saxon people, they do not have the heart of God.

When I use the term Anglo-Saxon, I do not mean only people descended from the Angles or the Saxons. There were the Celtic people and various tribes of Europe who were descended from the lost tribes of Israel. For simplicity, I will refer to all of them as Anglo-Saxons. The beliefs about the Anglo-Saxons put forward in our generation are not very complimentary.

They are regarded as a selfish people who took the best land in North America and pushed the native people onto reservations. They are regarded as a greedy people who hold more of the world’s wealth than any other people while billions of people around the world are starving. They are regarded as an arrogant people who thought their western culture was the best way to live and tried to impose it on everybody else. They are also regarded as a violent war-mongering people. There are modern ‘prophets’ in the Christian churches who believe nuclear annihilation will come upon wicked Anglo-Saxon North America, but not upon the Christians; they will be raptured. Other critics, who are not Christians, believe if other religions and cultures are brought into North America, the Anglo-Saxons will see the value of other ways of life. These critics also believe it would be good for Anglo-Saxons to intermarry with other peoples to bring about peace.

In the book of Exodus, God was angry with the children of Israel and said he would destroy them because they worshipped the golden calf. “And the Lord said unto Moses, I have seen this people, and, behold, it is a stiffnecked people: Now therefore let me alone, that my wrath may wax hot against them, and that I may consume them: and I will make of thee a great nation.” Exodus 32:9-10. Moses rejected God’s offer because he loved God and loved the people of Israel. Moses said, “Remember Abraham, Isaac, and Israel, thy servants, to whom thou swarest by thine own self, and saidst unto them, I will multiply your seed as the stars of heaven, and all this land that I have spoken of will I give unto your seed, and they shall inherit it for ever.” Exodus 32:13. Moses was more honourable than modern Christian leaders. Many modern Christian leaders say God should rapture them but destroy Anglo-Saxon America. Most don’t realize they are Israel but these Christian leaders do not express love for God’s people Israel.

In the book of Jonah we read the story of a rebellious man contending with God. Jonah refused to preach repentance to the people of Nineveh because they were Israel’s enemies. Eventually he did what God wanted him to do and the people of Nineveh repented. Jonah was angry that they had repented and wanted God to destroy them. Through all of this, God was patient with this self-willed, rebellious man, and it is apparent that He loved Jonah for Jonah was motivated by love for his people. God loves those who love Israel. That is why He loved Jonah.

If the Anglo-Saxon people are the descendants of the lost tribes of Israel, what should the attitude be toward them? Do we believe God will destroy them but rapture us? That would make God a liar and His promises to Abraham, Isaac, and Israel false. We cannot go along with the modern day ‘prophets’ if we believe in the Israel truth message. Who is right about the destiny of our people? Remember the promise: “Thus saith the Lord God; I will yet for this be enquired of by the house of Israel, to do it for them; I will increase them with men like a flock.” Ezekiel 36:37. Our people will call on God to take over one day, probably when things get so bad that we have no choice. After that, Kingdom blessings will flow to our people and we will multiply again. If we want to be close to God then we must have the heart of God. We must love the Anglo-Saxon people and pray for them. They are His beloved.