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What Does Praying For the Peace of Jerusalem Really Mean.......

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 3, 2015 at 15:07

To hear the 'Palestinian' narrative hawked by a people that are not even 'Palestinian,' Jerusalem should never have existed. But the cannot rationally refute the obvious: not only does Jerusalem exist, it does so in spite of all the vile contentiousness that the Evil One can muster. But it is all in vain as the Eternal One says.

The 'Palestinian' narrative eventually goes away, but not before all that has been prophesied toward His (the Eternal One) people Israel is completed. Therefore, the dream is a united Israel, but only when Yeshua the Son of David is on the throne and the nation recognizes the One whom they pierced.

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