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God and Jerusalem

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Submitted by Jon (United States), Sep 13, 2012 at 11:11

Having watched a video of the vote, it is my impression that Jerusalem was the greater issue, and yet in reality one cannot separate the God of the Bible from Jerusalem. It is interesting that a number of passages from the old and new testaments indicate that the final issues of the history of the present age end in a controversy over Jerusalem and the sovereign right of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob to give Jerusalem and the land of Israel to his people the Jews. These facts are generally ignored by the world as a whole.

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