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Will Israel bomb Iran without notifying the US?

October 13, 2011 Comments off

Shared with this ministry by Seraiah, 2nd in Command of the LOZ, in 2010 was a warning of what was to come: “The European Union will pull itself together and make a move on the chess board. They will move into the dominate position in a pushing match against China and the Middle East. Israel will come under attack and be overrun when the U.S. falters in power.”

Would it be wise to get out of the cities when this occurs?

“Yes. Just as the prophecy to the Israelite’s to leave the city when they see what is happening, now applies to all cities. Be armed and be prepared to defend yourself as you exit. As this culminates, all power grids will go down. Mass hysteria will feed off of itself. Death will become rampant as people are killed and as many more commit suicide. The military will try and roadblock the cities to keep people in. They will try to bring order but will come under attack from within with turncoats and as military bases fall to subversive groups.”

The danger is that Netanyahu may seek to break out of the current political isolation by mounting a spectacular attack.

In recent weeks, intense discussions have taken place in Israeli military and intelligence circles about whether or not to launch a military strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities. Apparently, the key question in the debate was how to ensure that the United States took part in the attack or, at the very least, intervened on Israel’s side if the initial strike triggered a wider war.

Reports of these discussions have caused considerable alarm in Washington and in a number of European capitals. Some western military experts have been quoted as saying that the window of opportunity for an Israeli air attack on Iran will close within two months, since the onset of winter would make such an assault more difficult.

Concern that Israel may decide to attack without giving the US prior warning is thought to be the main reason for the visit to Tel Aviv on October 3 of the US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta. His aim seems to have been to rein in the Israeli hawks.

Amos Harel of the Israeli daily Haaretz summed up Panetta’s message as follows: America is standing by Israel, but an uncoordinated Israeli strike on Iran could spark a regional war. The US will work to defend Israel, but Israel must behave responsibly.

At his joint press conference with Israel’s Defence Minister Ehud Barak, Panetta said: “The US is very concerned, and we will work together to do whatever is necessary to keep Iran from posing a threat to the region. But doing so depends on the countries working together.” He repeated the word ‘together’ several times. In other words, Israel should not act without an American green light.

In recent years, Israel has often threatened to attack Iran. Why has the subject been revived this time? Is Israel worried that Iran is close to acquiring the capability to manufacture a nuclear bomb? Most intelligence experts agree that Iran has not yet made a decision to build nuclear weapons. A more likely Israeli motive is its concern that the five permanent members of the Security Council plus Germany — the so-called P5+1 — may accept an Iranian offer of renewed talks.

Israel’s greatest fear is that the P5+1 will reach a compromise with Iran which would allow it to continue enriching uranium for civilian purposes. This might then lead in due course to the world agreeing to co-exist with a nuclear Iran. If that were to happen, Israel’s monopoly of nuclear weapons — a key asset in maintaining its regional military supremacy — would be lost. – GulfNews

Video: Jews Shout Out to God at the Western Wall

October 7, 2011 Comments off

Job 35:9 People cry out because of severe oppression; they shout for help from the arm of the mighty.

Job 35:12 There they cry out, but He does not answer, because of the pride of evil men.

Ezekiel 6:11 [ Lament over the Fall of Jerusalem ] “This is what the Lord GOD says: Clap your hands, stamp your feet, and cry out over all the evil abominations of the house of Israel, who will fall by the sword, famine, and plague.

Let it be known that ALL NATIONS are under Yahweh’s judgment and wrath.

[ The Coming of the Son of Man ] “Then there will be signs in the sun, moon, and stars; and there will be anguish on the earth among nations bewildered by the roaring sea and waves.”

You’ve seen the signs in the heavenly three, and that of the “roaring sea and waves” is representative of the people roaring, and the waves of discontent they ripple their governments with. As the financial collapse has effected all nations because all followed suit, so to will all feel the ripples of discontent as the domino effect takes place.

During the Ten Days of Repentance, the period between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, thousands of Jews traditionally visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem for Selichot (penitential prayers).

A special prayer service was at the Wall held this week, advertised in posters throughout the city of Jerusalem, attended by people from all over the country. It was led by the Rabbi of the city of Tzfat, Rav Shmuel Eliyahu, the son of the late Sephardic Chief Rabbi, Rav Mordechai Eliyahu.

The sound of the shofar was not heard during this particular service; rather, Rav Eliyahu asked the participants to cry out together to G-d instead because of the many difficulties besetting the Jewish people and the state of Israel at the start of this new year.

“We’re lifting our voices to G-d,” Rav Eliyahu explained. “We’re shouting out to him like a baby shouting out to his father. When a baby cries, his father understands him. His mother understands him. This how we shout out to G-d. Without talking.”

“We pray to G-d that the prayer will not just take place here at  the Kotel [Western Wall, ed.] but in the actual Holy Temple, on the Temple Mount,” added Rav Eliyahu. “May it be rebuilt quickly and in our time. Amen.”

The rabbi also had a blessing for the people of Israel on the occasion of the new year.

“We want to wish everyone the strength of happiness, the strength of blessing. Chatima Tova to the entire people of Israel. May they be inscribed in the book of redemption, in the book of righteousness, in the book of blessing and good living.” – Israel National News

Signs of a Looming WWIII?

September 30, 2011 Comments off

Mark 13:7 When you hear of wars and rumors of wars, don’t be alarmed; these things must take place, but the end is not yet.

Matthew 24:6 You are going to hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not alarmed, because these things must take place, but the end is not yet.

World war will culminate right up to the time the LOZ are summoned to administer the wrath of our Creator.

Obama’s bomb deal with Israel raises the spectre of war

The following post is part of a new series that brings a fresh perspective to global news from our team of foreign correspondents

Barack Obama may be widely regarded at home as the least pro-Israeli president in decades, but he has secretly okayed giving the Jewish state a bunch of special bunker-busting bombs – ideal for destroying Tehran’s ruling mullahs’ nuclear ambitions and so powerful that George W. Bush blocked handing the

 

m over.

Capable of penetrating deep beneath the surface, the bunker-busters would be crucial for any air strikes at Iran nuclear sites. Mr. Netanyahu has wanted the bunker-busters for years and, as first reported by Newsweek, Mr. Obama agreed to hand over 55 of the sophisticated and powerful weapons.

Given Israel’s track record of pre-emptive bombing strikes to destroy nuclear sites in neighbouring nations and Iran’s ambitious and suspicious nuclear program, the American bunker-busters may increase the chance of another Middle East war. Iran’s unpredictable and bellicose President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has vowed to wipe Israel off the map. Iran continues to defy international sanctions with a clandestine nuclear program. Meanwhile, Mr. Netanyahu now has the means to carry out his threat that “Iran will not acquire nuclear arms, and this implies everything necessary to carry this out.”

The bunker-busters will fit nicely on Israeli’s top fighter-bomber, the F-15. Dropped from up to a dozen kilometres away, the needle-nosed, 2.5-tonne bomb ‘dives” to its target, correcting its course so precisely as it plunges that it will fly down a ventilation stack or slice through six metres of concrete or 30 metres of dirt before exploding with colossal force.

That’s hardly the sort of thing used against the rabbit’s warren of sub-surface tunnels used by Hamas to smuggle small arms and rockets into Gaza from the Egyptian Sinai near the Canada Gates.

The bunker-buster bombs, and Mr. Obama’s staunchly pro-Israeli stance last week at the United Nations where he vowed to block a Palestinian bid for recognition, have buoyed his approval ratings in Israel. – The Globe and Mail

Russian aircraft carrier to carry out exercises in Med Sea

Russia is sending its northern fleet led by the country’s only aircraft carrier, the “Admiral Kuznetsov,” to the Mediterranean Sea for exercises, daily Hürriyet reported on its website Thursday.

The Kuznetsov will sail the waters in the Barents Sea for a week and carry out drills there first, the report said.

The carrier will then start a three-month voyage to the Mediterranean Sea via the Northeast Atlantic. It will be joined by anti-submarine ship “Admiral Chabanenko” and other vessels.

It was not yet decided which ports the ships would visit but it was possible that the fleet could take part in military exercises with fleets of other countries in the region while it is in the Mediterranean.

The last time the Admiral Kuznetsov sailed in Mediterranean waters was in the winter of 2008-2009, when it visited ports in Turkey and Syria. – Hurriyet Daily News

Report: Israel scrambles IAF warplanes toward Turkish ship

Israel Defense Forces jet fighters were scrambled toward a Turkish seismic research ship in the Eastern Mediterranean, Turkish media reported on Friday, in what seemed to be a further escalation in the already fraying ties between the once longtime allies.

According to the report, cited by the Turkish daily Today’s Zaman and based on a report by the Turkish Vatan daily, two Israel Air Force F-15s took off to face the Turkish vessel on Thursday night, flying through the airspace of both Cyprus and Turkish Cyprus.

The report added that the warplanes approached the Turkish ship despite incessant warnings by forces in Turkish Cyprus, according to which the planes had breached the territory’s airspace.

Ultimately, the report indicated, Turkey launched two F-16 fighters to track the Israeli planes, at which point the IAF fighter jets returned to Israeli airspace.

In addition, the report claimed that an IAF helicopter hovered over the ship, Piri Reis, while the ship was in the Aphrodite gas field off Cyprus’ southern coast and near to the larger Leviathan natural gas field.

The reported incident took place as Israel-Turkey ties continued to deteriorate over Israel’s refusal to apologize for its 2010 raid of a Gaza-bound aid flotilla which resulted in the deaths of nine Turkish nationals.

A recent inflammation in tensions came amid controversy over drilling rights in what could be natural gas-rich areas in the Eastern Mediterranean.

On Tuesday, Turkey said it was exploring for gas in an offshore zone where Cyprus started drilling last week, a provocative step in a dispute over Mediterranean resources.

Last week, Turkey and Turkish Cyprus signed a pact outlining maritime boundaries in the eastern Mediterranean, paving the way for gas exploration. Turkey said it would protect any research vessel with warships, raising the prospect of an armed stand-off.

On September 23, Turkey dispatched its only research vessel, the Piri Reis, to the eastern Mediterranean.

“Piri Reis, escorted by warships, has started research in the same area where Greek Cypriots are exploring,” Omer Celik, Vice Chairman of the ruling AK Party who oversees foreign affairs, said on Twitter.

“We have shown clearly to everyone that we will not allow the eastern Mediterranean to become a Greek Cyprus-Israel goal,” he said in another message. – Haaretz.com

Mark 13:7 When you hear of wars and rumors of wars, don’t be alarmed; these things must take place, but the end is not yet.

Matthew 24:6 You are going to hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not alarmed, because these things must take place, but the end is not yet.

World war will culminate right up to the time the LOZ are summoned to administer the wrath of our Creator.

The end of Israel as we know it?

September 17, 2011 4 comments

JERUSALEM — As summer ends, Israel has become regionally isolated like at no other time in the past 35 years.

Anxiety and alarm seem to define reactions in Jerusalem as Israel momentarily found itself abruptly without an ambassador stationed in the capital of any of its three regional allies: Jordan, Egypt and Turkey, the latter of which expelled the ambassador following Israel’s refusal to apologize for the flotilla raid in which Turkish citizens lost their lives.

Some observers view this moment as a Rubicon from which Israel will not be able to turn back.

Danny Rubinstein, former Arab affairs analyst for Ha’aretz and now a lecturer at Hebrew University, said Israel is paying the price for not having already reached an agreement with the Palestinians.

“If we continue on this path, Israel will turn into either a permanent occupying force or we’ll be a bi-national state,” he said. “Today I no longer see the possibility of dividing Israel into Palestine and Israel. Just look at the geographic and demographic reality.”

As local media grew increasingly preoccupied with the avalanche of bad news, the government seemed incapable of reacting. Instead, the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seemed only dedicated in the past few days to determining who, if anyone, would represent Israel on Sept. 23 at the U.N. General Assembly, when the Palestinians present their case for full recognition of statehood.

Speculation centered on Israel’s firebrand foreign minister, Avigdor Lieberman, or on its mollifying president, Shimon Peres, who announced that he had offered his services to the government. Finally, on Thursday, Netanyahu declared that he, himself, would offer Israel’s riposte at the U.N.

“The Palestinians are making real decisions and moving forward with their plans, and here, in our government, whether or not Netanyahu decides to give a speech is considered his big decision of the week,” derided opposition leader Tsippi Livni.

India and Pakistan are the powerhouses of South Asia as well as historic enemies. How do their military forces stack up today?

Last week’s winner compares the military might of two continually feuding countries. Check the membership site in late-September for a link to completed piece.

In preparation for any possible upheaval in the wake of the vote — even if few, if any, real changes will be felt — Israel authorized the Palestinian Authority’s purchase of anti-riot gear normally used by Israel police.

Increasing the tension, Ma’en Areikat, the Palestinian ambassador to the United States, announced last week that Jews would not be welcome to reside in any future Palestinian state.

“As a first step we need to be totally separated,” Areikat said. “After the experience of the last 44 years, of military occupation and all the conflict and friction, I think it will be in the best interest that the two peoples should be separated.”

Late last Friday night a mob in Cairo rammed the retaining wall around the building housing the Israeli embassy and invaded the mission, housed on the upper floors, trapping six security guards. In Saturday’s dawn hours two Israeli air force jets were dispatched to bring 85 diplomats and family members to safe harbor in Israel, leaving only a deputy ambassador and two guards in Egypt for the first time since 1979.

Fearing a repeat action at protests that have been announced in Amman, Israel evacuated its Jordanian embassy on Wednesday.

Yitzhak Levanon, the repatriated ambassador to Egypt who is awaiting orders to return to Cairo, described seeing “tanks and Egyptian soldiers standing by” as angry crowds approached, but no action taken to quell the riots until he desperately called for commandos to be deployed.

Despite his experience, he believes the situation is reversible. “I think that Egyptian decision-makers understand what it would mean to return to an era of hostilities,” Levanon said.

Rubinstein, however, disagreed.

“It has been clear for decades that Israel’s peace treaties with neighboring states are agreements among a cadre of politicians, and won’t survive without the support of the people. That’s why I’m not surprised by the crises with Egypt and Turkey. It could easily spread to Jordan and North Africa. I’m only surprised this didn’t happen sooner.” – Global Post

The nation of Israel, or those Promised?

Romans 9:8 “That is, it is not the children by physical descent who are God’s children, but the children of the promise are considered seed.”

What is “seed?” It is the new start of a whole future generation of mankind.

Israel is on its own, but the Spiritual Israelites, they are being fought for, even as I post this. The fight is for their deliverance, just as our Mother delivered those in ancient time out of Egyptian bondage.

So if you are forced to wear the sign of the beast, will that nullify you from being part of the seed, or will your mind remain on our Creator and Savior Christ, and like this old world, will those marks on your forehead or hand mean this to you?

Exodus 13:9 “Let it serve as a sign for you on your hand and as a reminder on your forehead, so that the law of the LORD may be in your mouth; for the LORD brought you out of Egypt with a strong hand.’”

Public declaration, or public denial of Christ and Yahweh is what separates good seeds from bad seeds. Remember that. Dying is not your first choice, because:

Psalm 115:17 It is not the dead who praise the LORD, nor any of those descending into the silence [of death].”

Keep praising our Mother no matter what is done to your vessel of flesh.

Abbas: Palestine to go to UN in September

September 11, 2011 Comments off

Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, has said that without a renewal of peace talks with Israel, the Palestinians will seek UN recognition.

Abbas’s comments, on Wednesday, came a day after a major speech by Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s prime minister.

“Our first choice is negotiations, but if there is no progress before September we will go to the United Nations,” Abbas said, criticising Netanyahu’s speech to the US congress on Tuesday, which, he said, was devoid of any new incentive to restart peace talks.

The Palestinian leader said Netanyahu’s speech only served to add obstacles on the road to peace and contained “errors and distortions”.

‘Painful compromises’

The Israeli leader, who addressed Congress on the last day of a trip to Washington, said he was willing to make “painful compromises” for peace.

But he ruled out a division of Jerusalem, the return of Palestinian refugees, and the possibility of using the borders that existed before 1967 as a basis for peace negotiations.

Earlier, in a key policy speech on Thursday, Barack Obama, the US president, had called for new talks based on the lines in place before the 1967 Six Day War.

But Netanyahu used the trip to reject the 1967 lines as “indefensible” and insisted that Israel would never accept them as a basis for negotiations.

Officials in the West Bank city of Ramallah said the speech had only added more “obstacles” on the path to peace.

Meanwhile, Gaza’s Islamist Hamas rulers said Netanyahu had laid down conditions which were “impossible” for the Palestinians to meet.

“There is nothing new in Netanyahu’s speech except that he is adding obstacles on the road towards a genuine, serious, lasting and comprehensive peace,” said Nabil Abu Rudeina, spokesman for Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas. – ALJAZEERA

The United States and the EU has brokered a deal with the Palestinian leadership to divide Jerusalem with them. This will cause Israel to go on the defense and make an attempt at militarily halting the divide. The EU will try to force Israel to comply.

Some 450,000 Israelis march at massive ‘March of the Million’ rallies across country

September 4, 2011 Comments off

Over 450,000 protesters attended rallies across the country last night calling for social justice in what was the largest demonstration in Israeli history.

The main protest took place in Tel Aviv’s Kikar Hamedina, where some 300,000 people gathered after marching from Habima Square about two kilometers away. Protest leader Yonatan Levy said the atmosphere was like “a second Independence Day.”

Protest leaders Daphni Leef and National Student Union Chairman Itzik Shmuli both addressed the Tel Aviv crowd. “Mr. Prime Minister, the new Israelis have a dream and it is simple: to weave the story of our lives into Israel. We expect you to let us live in this country. The new Israelis will not give up. They demand change and will not stop until real solutions come,” Shmuli said.

“My generation always felt as though we were alone in this world, but now we feel the solidarity,” said Leef. “They tried to dismiss us as stupid children, and as extreme leftists,” but last night’s countrywide protest proved otherwise, she said.

Dr. Shiri Tannenbaum, a medical resident leading the young doctors’ protest against the recent collective wage agreement signed between the government and the Israel Medical Association, also spoke at the Tel Aviv rally.

In Jerusalem, an unprecedented 50,000 people filled Paris Square and the surrounding streets, almost twice the number that attended previous protests this summer.

Actress and comedienne Orna Banai told the crowd in the capital: “I am not amused that there are hungry children here; that we have a soldier rotting in captivity for five years; that Israel is one of the poorest examples there are of human rights.”

The chairman of the Hebrew University Student Union, Itai Gotler, said: “We changed this summer. The voice of the mother, the teacher, the student, have been heard…The fire of protest was lit in Tel Aviv, but the tent city in Jerusalem shows that the protest belongs to all of us.”

Gotler said the Jerusalem tent city was closing down, but pledged to continue the struggle.

Yehuda Alush, 52, from Be’er Sheva, among a group of protesters from the Negev who marched to the capital, said: “This protest must not stop or we’ll lose.” In Haifa, the protest drew 40,000 people, many of whom waved red flags.

The Haifa protest focused on the issue of discrimination against Arabs. Shahin Nasser, representative of the Wadi Nisnas protest tent in Haifa said: “Today we are changing the rules of the game. No more coexistence based on hummus and fava beans. What is happening here is true coexistence, when Arabs and Jews march together shoulder to shoulder calling for social justice and peace. We’ve had it. Bibi, go home. Steinitz, go and don’t come back, Atias, good-bye and good riddance,” he said, referring to the prime minister, the finance minister and the housing minister, respectively. – Haaretz.com

The nation of Israel, or those Promised?

Romans 9:8 “That is, it is not the children by physical descent who are God’s children, but the children of the promise are considered seed.”

What is “seed?” It is the new start of a whole future generation of mankind.

Israel is on its own, but the Spiritual Israelites, they are being fought for, even as I post this. The fight is for their deliverance, just as our Mother delivered those in ancient time out of Egyptian bondage.

So if you are forced to wear the sign of the beast, will that nullify you from being part of the seed, or will your mind remain on our Creator and Savior Christ, and like this old world, will those marks on your forehead or hand mean this to you?

Exodus 13:9 “Let it serve as a sign for you on your hand and as a reminder on your forehead, so that the law of the LORD may be in your mouth; for the LORD brought you out of Egypt with a strong hand.’”

Public declaration, or public denial of Christ and Yahweh is what separates good seeds from bad seeds. Remember that. Dying is not your first choice, because:

Psalm 115:17 It is not the dead who praise the LORD, nor any of those descending into the silence [of death].”

Keep praising our Mother no matter what is done to your vessel of flesh.

Glenn Beck’s Israel rally prompts Facebook protest

August 23, 2011 Comments off

Glenn Beck, the American broadcaster whose regular talkshow was dropped by Fox News for being too rightwing, is to stage a rally on the edge of Jerusalem’s Old City on Wednesday to “demonstrate to the world that Israel does not stand alone”.

The born-again Christian has been in Israel for more than a week preparing for his “Restoring Courage” rally, which has prompted a “Glenn Beck Stay Home” Facebook page and the promise of protests outside the venue. According to the organisers, every seat in the Davidson Centre, which can accommodate up to 2,000 people, is taken on an invitation-only basis, and a large outdoor screen is being erected in the centre of Jerusalem to cater for an overflow audience.

The event will be broadcast live to “viewing parties” in more than 60 countries, including Belgium, and South Korea. Beck will be supported on stage by the actor Jon Voight and mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat. The audience will be overwhelmingly comprised of American Christians who have bought package deals covering flights, accommodation and access to three Beck events in Israel this week.

Many are Christian Zionists, whose ardent support of the Israeli state stems from the belief that the “ingathering” of Jews to the Holy Land is a prerequisite for the second coming of the messiah. However, their insistence that Jews must then convert to Christianity has alienated many Israelis. Beck, who has a track record of embracing controversy, has also stoked opposition with antisemitic conspiracy theories and comments about the Holocaust.

The purpose of the rally, according to Beck’s team, is “to stand with the Jewish people” against a peace deal with the Palestinians that would, he believes, put the holy sites of Jerusalem out of reach to the rest of the world.

“There are forces in this land [the USA], and forces all over the globe, that are trying to destroy us,” Beck said when announcing the rally. “They are going to attack the centre of our faith, our common faith, and that is Jerusalem. And it won’t be with bullets and bombs. It will be with a two-state solution that cuts off Jerusalem, the Old City, from the rest of the world.”

Reinforcing his point, the rally is to be staged in the shadows of the Old City, close to both the Western Wall, the holiest site in Judaism, and the Haram al-Sharif, also known by Jews as the Temple Mount, which is revered by Muslims. The time of the rally was brought forward to avoid coinciding with Muslim prayers signalling the end of Ramadan fasting.

Some Israeli-Arab members of the Knesset have said that the choice of venue so close to the Dome of the Rock and the al-Aqsa mosque could provoke violence.

Meanwhile, Peace Now, a leftwing Israeli organisation, has called for a demonstration against “this terrible event” after Beck likened tens of thousands of Israeli protesters demanding social justice and a lower cost of living over the past few weeks to Soviet-style communists.

Beck told the Jerusalem Post that he expected to lose “about a million dollars” on the three Israel rallies, but said: “I do what I’m supposed to do: to show the world the courage of Israelis and the choice between good and evil and life and death, and to remind people that life is not a spectator sport.”

Among the audience will be some of the 81 US Congress members who are visiting Israel this summer as guests of the American Israel Education Foundation, which is an affiliate of the pro-Israel US lobby group Aipac.

The purpose of the delegations – which comprise one-fifth of Congress members – is to “learn first hand about the evolving security situation in the Middle East, the deep challenges facing Israel, and the role the US can play in the region during this time of uncertainty,” according to Democrat Steny Hoyer.

Israel is counting on support from the US against the Palestinian bid to have their state recognised by the United Nations next month. President Obama has said the US will veto such a move in the UN security council. – Guardian.co.uk

The nation of Israel, or those Promised?

Romans 9:8 “That is, it is not the children by physical descent who are God’s children, but the children of the promise are considered seed.”

What is “seed?” It is the new start of a whole future generation of mankind.

Israel is on its own, but the Spiritual Israelites, they are being fought for, even as I post this. The fight is for their deliverance, just as our Mother delivered those in ancient time out of Egyptian bondage.

So if you are forced to wear the sign of the beast, will that nullify you from being part of the seed, or will your mind remain on our Creator and Savior Christ, and like this old world, will those marks on your forehead or hand mean this to you?

Exodus 13:9 “Let it serve as a sign for you on your hand and as a reminder on your forehead, so that the law of the LORD may be in your mouth; for the LORD brought you out of Egypt with a strong hand.’”

Public declaration, or public denial of Christ and Yahweh is what separates good seeds from bad seeds. Remember that. Dying is not your first choice, because:

Psalm 115:17 It is not the dead who praise the LORD, nor any of those descending  into the silence [of death].”

Keep praising our Mother no matter what is done to your vessel of flesh.

Ahmadinejad predicts US demise, Israel’s disappearance

June 5, 2011 Comments off

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared on Friday that the “war on hegemony” was approaching its end, predicting the imminent collapse and subsequent disappearance of the United States and Israel, Iranian Press TV reported.

Ahmadinejad was speaking on the 22nd anniversary of the passing of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the imam who took over Iran and established the current Islamic Republic.

Amhadinejad declared that hegemony is the “last impediment to the monotheism front,” and that with its demise the “monotheistic movement” would achieve lasting “prosperity.” He explained that the predominant goal of the “war on hegemony” is to deal with “US domination and Israel’s existence.”

The Iranian president kept an optimistic tone during his speech at Khomeini’s shrine, saying “I am certain that the region will soon witness the collapse of Israel and the US,” DPA reported.

Ahmadinejad has for half a decade been calling for the removal of what he often calls the “Zionist entity” from the Middle East, rhetoric also used by Hezbollah and Hamas of whom Iran supports in their attacks against Israelis.

In 2005, the Iranian president evoked strong international condemnation when he said Israel should be wiped off the Middle East map and moved to the United States or Europe.

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This is Satan’s world. The one Mother Israel (Yahweh) promises is not that of the people that took Her personal female name for a short span of time and failed Her by rejecting the Savior She sent. It is under Christ’s Millennial Rule that true peace and harmony will prevail.

Revelation 7:17 “Because the Lamb who is at the center of the throne will shepherd them; He will guide them to springs of living waters, and God will wipe away every tear from their eyes.”

Revelation 21:4 “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes. Death will exist no longer; grief, crying, and pain will exist no longer, because the previous things have passed away.”

Psalm 17:7 “Display the wonders of Your faithful love, Savior of all who seek refuge from those who rebel against Your right hand.”

Obama seeks to reassure Israel on Mideast policy in speech at AIPAC conference

May 23, 2011 Comments off

While the president’s core message differed little, Obama appeared to have succeeded in easing the concerns of some Israelis who had sharply criticized his speech Thursday.

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who met with Obama for more than two hours Friday, issued a statement saying he was “determined to work with President Obama to find ways to renew peace negotiations.”

“I share the president’s desire to advance peace and I appreciate his efforts, past and present, to achieve this goal,” Netanyahu said in a statement released by his office.

The Israeli leader, initially angered by Obama’s call for 1967 border lines as a starting point for negotiations, has since told aides that he is reassured about Obama’s intentions after their talks Friday.

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Romans 11:25, 26 “So that you will not be conceited, brothers, I do not want you to be unaware of this mystery: a partial hardening has come to Israel until the full number of the Gentiles has come in. And in this way all Israel will be saved, as it is written: The Liberator will come from Zion; He will turn away godlessness from Jacob.”

The Israelites of modern day are no longer Yahweh’s chosen people – this scripture is not speaking of the Israelite nation. It is speaking of the Spiritual Israelites – those who are found faithful in these End Times (both in the physical and spiritual realms) who make up the Spiritual flock.

The “Gentiles” are those that have not yet accepted the Truth, and Father’s patience is awaiting them, but the opportune time is nearly run out. Just as Jacob exists on the other side at present, it is symbolism that Yahweh uses in all things She conveys – so that Her Wisdom is hidden in deep meanings of the Word and must be mined like fine silver or gold to attain in understanding of what She really means.

Haniyeh on Nakba Day: Pray for an end to Israel

May 15, 2011 Comments off

Hamas PM says group will not recognize Israel; Erekat calls on Netanyahu to “say the numbers 1-9-6-7″ if he is serious about peace.

Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh spoke to Muslim worshipers on Sunday morning, telling them to pray for an end to Israel.

“Palestinians mark the Nakba with great hope of bringing to an end the Zionist project in Palestine,” Haniyeh told 10,000 people at Gaza City’s al-Omari mosque, AP reported.

“To achieve our goals in the liberation of our occupied land, we should have one leadership,” he reportedly said, praising the recent unity accord between Hamas and Fatah.

Haniyeh added that Hamas would not recognize Israel.

Senior Palestinian official Saeb Erekat on Sunday also commented on Nakba Day events, telling Israel Radio, “This is the day of my nakba, it is the day when my nation was interrupted. Sixty-three years later, we’re still interrupted, we’re still under occupation. If I want to go to Jerusalem, I still need to ask permission from one of your kids, your soldiers.”

Commenting about a plan in which Israel would agree to a Palestinian state on 1967 borders if the Palestinians agreed to recognize Israel as a Jewish state, Erekat said “Your title is the State of Israel, and that is how we recognize you. It’s none of my business to determine who you are. I want to hear the numbers 1-9-6-7 from Netanyahu. Until we don’t hear that, we’re not going to waste our time.”

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Satan’s offspring actually reach out, just as Adam and Eve reached out, and they take what does not belong to them.

They commit an act that they cannot justify nor rectify if they chose to do so. They add to their sins by claiming to represent knowledge, just as Dawn Lucifer did, that they represent a knowledge that gives them superiority over others, and that they are justified by the actions they take. Where Dawn Lucifer sought to be a god, his offspring claim a god that suits their inner desire to execute those that do not accept their ways or belief. Where Father used the Israelite army to destroy Her enemies, Satan uses his own pawns to mimic Father’s just and righteous war against Her past enemies, but in Satan’s destructive path he pits one false religion against another.

This in Father’s eyes spells lawlessness. All belongs to Her Son Christ Jesus.

End Times Truths Radio Show – Is Yahweh, Israel?

February 24, 2011 Comments off

Join us each week as we broadcast live via BlogTalkRadio the latest episode of End Times Truths Revealed, which brings you truth and nourishment in these End Times. Our focus is to cut through Satan’s lies and bring you the light of truth.

John 8:32 You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.

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This week’s episode is “Is Yahweh, Israel?” Shared in this episode is a Revelation in these End Times on the Truth of our Creator Yahweh, who is our God, source and sustainer of creation, both male and female, Warrior, Mother and Father.

You can click on the above links to be routed to our BlogTalkRadio Show Channel Page and this week’s episode. You will need to sign up for a BlogTalkRadio account in order to listen.

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