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Israel's Recognition is All that is Remaining to Fulfill the Promise of the Kingdom

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Submitted by MTovey (United States), Dec 26, 2018 at 13:41

Jerusalem is never to be divided again; period; the Master of Zion has pledged this again and again.

It is highly unlikely that the current administration really considers this division in a practical matter; no matter the faux plausibility a 'senior administration official' betrayal might lend to the narrative. The administration of President Trump is not, repeat not, representative of the promise the Eternal Sovereign when it comes in regards to the protection of Israel from the designs of a world in catastrophic collapse.

Even as we are shown snapshots of President Trump in the company of Pastor Hagee and hear of conversations of influences with Pastor Jefress (both from Texas, curiously), neither of them nor any of such similar intrigue are able to tell anything different than what the Hebrew Holy Writ has already determined for the future of Israel. They likely have concluded to defer to the same as it is written.

As it is written: the 'Palestinian' tribes already have their fate determined as the future of the Ishmaelites are seen in today's circumstances. The United States need only recognize that fact of the Scriptures.

The circumstances Israel faces for the moment is merely that of recognizing the truth about what was promised to them centuries ago; about seeking repentance for the unbelief that left their national aspiration in ashes, waiting for the time when their Eternal Sovereign will give them beauty for ashes and restore them to Himself as a people of HaShem. There is no 'Palestinian' promise to share that with Israel. Israel needs to recognize that separation for them selves.


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It only implies U.S recognition of "Palestine" if the deal is actually accepted [278 words]Anon.Dec 21, 2018 09:35246667
Israel's Recognition is All that is Remaining to Fulfill the Promise of the Kingdom [266 words]MToveyDec 26, 2018 13:41246667
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