Another Kingdom parable starts in Matthew 13:24. Christ plants a field with good seed. The good seed are the children of the Kingdom. The word Children is defined by scripture as Israel. The forever enemy of Christ is Edom.
Malachi 1:4d “They shall call them, The border of wickedness, and, the people against whom Yahweh hath indignation (enraged) for ever.”
Edom is found among modern Jewry as The Jewish Encyclopedia states. The enemy plants tares, weeds, in with the good seed, the wheat.
So at the harvest the weeds are gathered first to be bundled and burned up. The act of pulling up the weeds kill them because they are only bundled together. Then they are burned up. The weeds are the ones removed first. Some might say they are raptured.
Today the enemy of God has brought in weeds that Christ did not plant. They will be removed in the harvest.
Matthew 15:13 “But he answered and said, Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up.”
Notice that there is no attempt to reform, convert or make acceptable the weeds. They were weeds when they were planted and they were weeds when they were gathered up. The same is true of the enemy in that they are never asked to change.
Christ planted the children in the good ground. Today, preachers spend all of their time in the way, the stony soil and the soil with weeds. The good ground is going fallow. Get back and work in the good ground.
The modern day Jews are not Biblical Israelites.