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Seeking Concessions Where Conceding to Truth Can Be Misinterpreted as Weakness of Resolve

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 2, 2022 at 14:38

The land of Israel has always seethed with contentious understandings of whose land is it; and why does a world that lives in darkness devoid of seeking truth, thinking it can enforce such blindness, and still think it can change an outcome of inevitability. Even during the times after the nation of Israel was temporarily dispossessed of lving in the land of Abraham's promise, the promise of the Eternal Sovereign still stood in regards to bringing the Diaspora home. Those that believed and beleive in the truth of that are seeing that being confirmed today. Those in rebellion are convinced otherwise for the cause of pride and defiance of the Supreme Order of Israel's destiny. The victory is already accomplished: only in defiance does recognition of that circumstance prevent those who challenge that inevitability any peace of mind.

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