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The Price for Peace in Israel is not counted in Rupees, Dinar, Sheckels or Dollars; Zech 12:9; Proverbs 1:10-19

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), May 25, 2017 at 14:06

The morphological study needed to understand the changes in the land called by the Holy Scriptures as the land of the LORD and His designates is only complicated by the mortal human desires to change what the LORD has already ordained. Uncounted hours of study of the historical complexities that were explained from the Torah through the book of the Judges through the declarations of the Psalms and the Prophets are consummated in one truth: everything will be explained in seven years as to who really owns the land and those who believe it will see the results in the glorification of Israel as she honors her LORD, while the rest will be ashamed of their efforts to thwart the unconditional plans of the LORD for Zion.
Any other discussion about this is academic without resolution for there never was a 'Palestinian' Nation State with promise in Scripture; and there never will be. This is why there will never be peace predicated upon a 'Palestinian' solution, whether the concept is Egyptian or Jordanian based. Even those countries/peoples are mentioned in Scripture, but none of them to receive the prize of owning the promise of the Israeli heritage.
As for how much is promised in compensation to obtain that peace model, the LORD speaks to that as well: lives are to be given in order to resolve the situation, not money: how does one put a price on billions of lives that are to be sacrificed in an attempt to contradict the WORD of the LORD as the future of Israel is determined by Scripture and not the futile efforts of mortal mankind. Recognizing that there are the immense walls of skepticism that are being promoted to prevent Israel from obtaining her security, but how did these futile attempts to defeat Israel's future fare, in say, 1917; 1923; 1944; 1948; 1956; 1967; 1973; etc.,the first intifada; the second; do we see the pattern here?
Now we know that America tried a couple of times where an America president plied for peace; Carter with Sadat; Begin with Clinton; Oslo and etc. Any possible plan by the Trump Administration will do no better. But these are predecessors to the more important attempt to resolve Israel's place on the world stage. It is interesting that the Russians, in view of the implications of involvement with Iran's plan to eradicate Israel and Russians are within eyesight of the Golan (Gaulinitus); do they intend a peaceful resolution with the 'Palestinian' issue staring the entirety of the UN in the face with the evil intentions on their sleeves.
Ultimately, it comes down to the occupation of the Temple Mount: whose is it really? Once the real contention is opened for the terrible business that faces the region, the result after seven years will, once and for all after the purge, be shown as it is promised. If there are still questions, one may take them up with the true owner of the property and be prepared to accept His answer; for there will be no other propositions accepted.

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