The covenants and promises of God simply cannot be broken. As stated earlier, the Bible states that it would be easier for the sun to fail to shine – than for God to turn His back on His chosen, covenant people, Israel. [Jer 33:20-21]
If it were possible for God to break any of His promises to Israel, how then can any covenant – “old” or “new” be assured?
Apparently some were wondering if Paul’s new message or “gospel”, replaced God’s covenants and plans for Israel. Paul addresses this concern by asking; “What advantage then hath the Jew? or what profit is there of circumcision?” He then solidly affirms the promises of God; “Much every way: chiefly, because that unto them were committed the oracles of God.” [Rom 3:1-2]
By this we can be assured that the covenants God made with Israel were never replaced by Christianity. [Rom 3:2, 9:4, 15:8]. On that basis then we see how important Israel's restoration is - including the rebuilding of the Temple. Through these evnts, God's plan of redemption to restore Israel with the coming of Messiah - will be fulfilled.