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Graphic and Bad Misrepresentation of The Word of the LORD

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in response to reader comment: Can you not take "no" for an answer?

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 10, 2020 at 19:04

Where in the world did you get the idea that using this really inappropriate and borderline blasphemous imagery is what the WORD of the LORD is prophesying for the final redemption of Israel? Not in all of the English translations I have ever read did this type of imagery that insults Judaism in a way I would never use, let alone contemplate, ever present it self; name the source if you can.

And if you were serious about learning what is in store for Israel, you should reconsider your stance.
My answer is that; no, I will not contemplate such blatant misrepresentation of Scripture as those that do need to reconsider what Jesus said when confronting the religious hypocrisy of the time and its modern stance against Israel. BTW, time is no longer measured in human terms and the sign are mounting in ways humanity can no longer track: the event horizon is already here for Jerusalem's vindication.

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