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Indeed, as predicted by biblical prophecy, the seed of Abraham can already be seen returning to the Holy Land. 42 God himself will inaugurate this era with a vengeance against Israel’s foes. Then He will fulfill all the promises uttered by the prophets. ”43 There He will assemble the dispersed children of Israel, implanting within them a new spirit and a soul athirst for the Law. Israel’s lost tribes will be found, her dead resurrected, her unity restored under a Davidic king and her enemies destroyed in the war between Gog and Magog, which Usque doubtlessly understood to be the impending struggle for survival between the Ottoman Empire and Christian Europe.
27 The Consolaçam as tribulaçoens de Israel also honors the Jewish faith, which inspired it, and the Jewish people, for whose survival it was written. The sufferings which its pages narrate have been dwarfed by the incredible tribulations of Jews in modern times. Usque’s vision of the approaching millennium proved only an hallucination bred by fer vid hopes and smarting pain. Yet his Consolaçam remains an example of the call for faith in adversity, the trust in the survival of the Jew, and the belief in the providential guidance of human history which have been hallmarks of the religious Jew throughout the ages.
Perhaps the most impor tant of these are voiced immediately after he has recounted the captivi ty of the Ten Tribes: I fear above all that the Lord, so provoked and offended, has now rejected me as His people. And then I fear lest He has gone over to another people, after seeing how little effect His remedies and punishments have had on me. 8 Usque obliges his readers with a dual answer to these questions. The first is a “divine consolation”: Just as the prophets’ promises of doom and punishment were realised, so will their predictions of Israel’s happiness be fulfilled.