Forgive me here...<quoted text>
I am trying to get beyond words here..., since the time of Jesus, the world has been judged. Jesus preached the Kingdom is near.
What I see, IMHO is that we are looking from the perspective of time, and through time. But Eternal Judgment has taken place.
There are no more Jews and Gentiles. One is either born-again, or they are not. One is either looking for God, or they are not.
All these things that you think that are in the future as some prophecy, have come and passed. The Eternal Kingdom of God through Jesus Christ is forever. Live in Jesus Christ.
If the Jew of today doesn't see, and the Gentile doesn't see, then there is no difference between them. The Jews carry forward traditions, as do Gentiles. These things don't matter. The Temple was destroyed. To rebuild it would be more like trying to rebuild the tower of Nimrod.
Of course there are going to be remnants of Jews, but they cannot work their way into the Kingdom of Heaven, as neither can a Gentile....
We have two millennia of time from the perspective of the writers of the New Testament, to see the nearness of the Kingdom of Heaven. Just keep looking at Jesus.
If you would look before your arrogant religion, and look to PTAH... you would not be confounded in the errant teachings in the first place. You might understand who and what you are, and have a much better relationship with others in your existence, and be better equipped to handle any interaction you might encounter.
Your religion does not teach you that...and I am sorry for you in that respect.
I have told you...you can not deny that when you come to be judged by Maat.