The current moves by nations relocating their diplomatic missions is this;
Malachi 4 speaks of the spirit of Elijah reconciling the sons of faith to the father’s of faith who is Israel in its spiritual sense.
From the Lord, no subscribing to politics in this matter. Each nation who relocates will experience the Spirit of Elijah in each nation bringing revival and refreshing at every level.
This Word in Malachi is also literally applied in the view of divided families and the need for reconciling. I used here a prophetic application concerning spiritual sons and daughter.
This post has been edited after a dear reader pointed out a literal application to Malachi 4. The embassies moving by nations to Jerusalem are those nations whose Christian Church representation has a particular revelation concerning Israel. Other nations express fear concerning the implications for world peace. We must pray that Israel in its spiritual sense sees its Messiah and be reconciled.
I hope that this edit clears up any ambiguity.
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That is not what the chapter is talking about at all.
4 “Remember to obey the Law of Moses, my servant—all the decrees and regulations that I gave him on Mount Sinai[c] for all Israel.
5 “Look, I am sending you the prophet Elijah before the great and dreadful day of the Lord arrives. 6 His preaching will turn the hearts of fathers to their children, and the hearts of children to their fathers. Otherwise I will come and strike the land with a curse.”
Its about families being one with each other and following God. Nothing about embassies.
In what i was relaying was a prophetic application regarding the hearts of spiritual sons and father’s. If you see it in this light you can see the Jewish Hebrew faith in this context of a father of faith as Abraham was called. It is not a literal application but a prophetic one
I have amended my post reflecting on your observations and also widening the reasons why it seemed God was highlighting the Scripture in the embassy move context.