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Not Solved in Any Meaning of the Word Peace; Not all Want Peace For Jerusalem

Reader comment on item: The US-Israel Honeymoon May Not Last

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 6, 2018 at 17:03

President Trump's decision to move on recognizing Jerusalem as the Israeli capital did not do anything but to confirm what the WORD of the LORD already determined thousands of years ago. All that the American president's declaration did was to make good on a promise to make the approved descendants of Abraham whole. Not everyone is willing to accept this; and many are willing to die to dismiss this action.
Were it not for Amb Nikki Haley's determined friendship to stand for Israel, the US would not have a leg to stand on in the oncoming world rebellion that seeks the death of Israel. But the lesson here is that America has only a brief gasp of breathe left; for the world is preparing to punish America. If the Savior of Israel is not in the heart of any that sees the end of the age coming, this is a warning: seek the LORD while He yet may be found and be praying or forgiveness before the UN's final betrayal.


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