Scripture and Scholars say...

1 Ki. 14:15, God “shall scatter” Israel “beyond the river,” not all in one place.

2 Ki. 10:32, “In those days the Lord began to cut off parts of Israel...” –before their final complete exile.

2 Ki. 17:6, The Assyrian king “captured Samaria and exiled Israel”

Deut. 29:28, “cast them into another land, as it is this day”

Isa. 5:26 “the end of the earth”

Isa. 11:11-12, “the four corners of the earth”

Isa. 27:13 (Vulgate), “those lost from the land of Assyria”

Isa. 49:9, “say to the prisoners, Go forth; to them that are in darkness, Show yourselves.” An address to the lost ten tribes according to Jewish midrash “Pesikta Rabbati 31:10”

Isa. 49:21, (Ten Tribes:) “where had they been?”

Jer. 15:4, “I will cause them to be removed into all kingdoms of the earth”

Hos. 2:14, “I will allure her, and bring her into the wilderness,” not a return to Canaan.

Hos. 8:8, “Israel is swallowed up now among the nations”

Hos. 9:17, “wanderers among the nations”

Ezra 1:15, ONLY “Judah and Benjamin” returned; remaining ten tribes did not return

“Israel and Judah... developed more or less independent of the other, Israel in the north and Judah in the south; and only gradually did circumstances bring them together, and then came the inevitable clash of interests, religious as well as political.” –"Hebrew Origins," Theophile James Meek, 1936, p.76

“Israel as a kingdom was never restored from Assyria, as Judah was from Babylon after 70 years.” –Jamieson, Faucett, Brown Commentary, p.650

“There never was a real return from the exile, although some individuals doubtless returned...the captivity of Israel did not actually terminate at 538 [B.C.], nor, in fact, ever.” –Geo. Ricker Berry, Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, “Was Ezekiel in the Exile?” pp.89, 92 (Journal of Biblical Literature 49 (1930)

“Many of the towns in southern Judah and Simeon were not reoccupied after the exile. This process was quite as disastrous as it is portrayed in the Old Testament...” –Thos. Davis, “Shifting Sands,” Oxford Univ. Press, 2004

“That the Redeemer comes ‘from Zion’ [Isa. 59:20] for Israel implies that Israel is in exile...” –G.K. Beale and D.A. Carson, “Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament,” Baker Academic, 2007, p.674

“The exile, into all lands, among all nations, was as irrevocably decreed as was the destruction of the city.” –Charles C. Torrey, Yale University, Journal of Biblical Literature 56 (1937), p.206

“...the returnees came only from the tribes of Judah and Benjamin —the exiles in Babylon. The ten tribes did not return...the loss of the [ten] tribes marked the greatest demographic defeat inscribed in Jewish memory since Biblical times.” –Zvi Ben-Dor Benite, “The Ten Lost Tribes: A World History,” Oxford Univ. Press, 2009, pp.17, 117

“Evidently it was a token return...” –Frank Moore Cross, Harvard University, “A Reconstruction Of The Judean Restoration,” Journal of Biblical Literature 94 (1975), p.15

“The tree of Israel, grown from one root with various branches, was cut into pieces.” –John Calvin, cited in Boer, “John Calvin,” pp. 190-191

“The ten [tribes] which had previously been carried away being scattered among the Parthians, Medes, Indians, and Ethiopians never returned to their native country, and are to this day held under the sway of barbarous nations.” –Sulpitius Severus (circa. 360-420 A.D.), Severus, Sacred History, bk ii, ch. Ii, in Schaff, et al., transl. Sulpitius Severus

“Jewish people often thought that ten of the twelve tribes were lost and would be restored only in the end time.” –Craig Keener, “A Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew,” Eerdmans, 1999, p.315

The ten tribes’ not returning opened “a huge wound that does not heal.” –Talmudic Haga, Sefer Ha-Berit Ha-Hadash

"The prophecy of a restored and reunited Israel and Judah...was never actually to be fulfilled... Intransigence on the part of both...produced separate and irreconcilable societies that were never able to reunite." -Bruce Vawter, "Amos, Hosea, Micah, With An Introduction To Classical Prophecy," p.81






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Lost Tribes of the House of Israel

The ancient kingdom of Israel was divided into two separate nations after the time of King Solomon, and the Bible tells us that not only was this in God's plan and purpose, but the two nations were given separate future prophecies to be fulfilled in the last days. In fact, each of the twelve individual tribes were given differing prophecies as well, according to both Genesis 49 and Deuteronomy 33. Here is an introduction to this subject.

Who are the lost ten tribes and why were they lost?

Well, after the time of King Solomon the nation of Israel was divided into two parts: Ten tribes in the North became called the House of Israel. The prophets also refer to them as “Ephraim” after their leading tribe, and called them “Joseph” after their patriarch. They called them also by the term “all Israel.” You might think that the term “all Israel” refers to all twelve tribes, but it doesn’t! Scholars know, and you can tell from the Biblical context, that “all Israel” refers to all ten tribes of the Northern Kingdom of the House of Israel. In the South was the two tribe Kingdom of Judah. The Kingdom or House of Judah, comprising the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, went into Babylonian captivity for 70 years and returned to Palestine—and from whom our Messiah Jesus Christ is descended; but the ten tribes of the Northern Kingdom, the House of Israel, Ephraim, Joseph, or “all Israel” as they are called, went into Assyrian captivity a century earlier and did not return. Where did they go? Scholars refer to them as the lost ten tribes of the House of Israel, and this website deals with Bible prophecy concerning them.

We know that there were individual prophecies given to each of the twelve tribes. For example, Genesis Chapter 49 and Deuteronomy chapter 33 outline the individual prophecies which each tribe would fulfill. We are told in Genesis 49, verse one, (Jacob says) that these prophecies would be fulfilled in the latter days; in other words, the time in which are now living. How are they fulfilled? Bible prophecy told us in Genesis 35:11 that the individual tribes of Israel would become “a company of nations”—in other words, each tribe would become a nation. We are told in Genesis 17, verse five, that they would be “many nations”—they would each individually be a nation, and the twelve tribes themselves would therefore be not just one kingdom but twelve nations—“a company of nations.”

Who are these nations in the world today and how has Bible prophecy been fulfilled? The information concerning that is on this website and also in books that you can purchase and read on our accompanying book site so we hope you will avail yourself of the wonderful information on how Bible prophecy concerning Israel is being fulfilled today in nations of the world in the time in which we now live. You may be a part of the fulfillment of Bible prophecy! Find your place in God’s plan! Read this website and the books that we offer, and may God bless your study on this wonderful subject of Israel in Bible prophecy. Thanks for watching.