"New covenant for Israel and Judah, literally a new covenant for the Jews and the lost sheep of Israel that Jesus told you he came ONLY for. That is not the covenant Saul invented. That's theological smoke and mirrors. I realize many teachers in Christianity teach that, but it's not for the generic gentile, that covenant only applies to the people of Israel and the lost northern kingdom tribes, the covenant you're talking about is for the Jews and the lost tribes of Israel, only, and has obviously not been fulfilled yet, when you look at your Jewish brothers, or your gentile brothers either, for that matter. Isaiah is the prophecy that covers the teaching to the nations. That is the prophecy that even Saul said was the pertinent one. No all men are not the lost tribes of Israel. Certainly not the Greeks. Don't give me that Celts crap, their origins were not middle eastern, there are no connections of their language, language group, even, or customs, or even physical properties that remotely correspond, though I've seen that crap taught, as well. Isaiah is the prophecy for the foreigners that would be converted from the nations, the prophecy Saul claimed he was on a mission to accomplish. The other apostles, and Jesus were, he wasn't. Isaiah is very specific on what God expects of those converts. Isaiah 56:6 and 7 are the pertinent citation."
" Mr. Fredrick pointed rhe an empty seat next to the Jock. The Jock was tall, dark and handsome. He had dark hair, and he seemed perfect in every way but his expression.
He was fit but not too big.