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We must be Realistic--Response to Marwan

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Submitted by Anne (United States), Oct 13, 2008 at 09:08

I understand what you are saying and want peace for both sides. My goal out of all the hopelessness was to prevent death and destruction for both sides, even though it is extreme, since it doesn't seem possible for a solution. We can keep on praying for a peaceful solution. I believe there is only one person who can remedy the situation. The return of the Lord.

Not sure if your allegiance is to Mohammed, but there was alot of land given to Israel by God to Abraham and his descendants Genesis 13:14-17. And the lord said to Abraham, after Lot had separated from him: "Lift your eyes now and look from the place where you are-northward, southward, eastward, and westward; for all the land which you see I give to you and your descendants forever. This line runs from the Nile in Egypt to the Euphrates in Mesopatamia-Iraq. I'm sure many Palestinians feel they should live on this land, but we are going by God's word. I do sympathize with the Palestinians situation about being divided and living in a ghetto. To be free and prosper is the most wonderful thing in the world. I wish that everyone could have this. Since you are in Sweden, I know you are totally aware and happy. Such a beautiful and free country. The division of Jerusalem may happen, but if it does there will be some huge and terrible consequences brought upon man. God uses man to bring about a solution. I don't wish to push my faith on you but 100 prophecies that Christ has predicted has come to pass. I believe we are controlled not by own wills, but by a higher power.

I cannot profess to have a solution to this situation, but I can tell you it will be solved at some point in history, but not by man. Many don't realize it, but we are probably going to become a One World Government. The economies all over the world are changing. There will be more lawlessness, more droughts, plagues, and famines, I hope for everyone that they start living their lives with prayer, committment to family, helping those in need, and trying to find peaceful solutions.

Thanks for your thoughts, Anne

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