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Jews: The worlds biggest losers.

Reader comment on item: Israel's Unnecessary War in Lebanon

Submitted by Tom Pensyl (United States), Jul 19, 2006 at 01:37

Or I might say, "Their own worst enemies." Personally, I support Israel 1000 percent and if given the power, I would bomb all their enemies into oblivion, without a second thought. But that's just my reaction to the outrageous acts of terrorism that have been committed against Israel.

In the early days, in 1948, when Israel was being attacked from all sides, I can't help but imagine that the leaders must have been on their knees praying for help from on high. Now we hear about secular Jews and even atheist Jews. As if a Jew could be a Jew without his God. Sure, superior military forces and strategy are important, but don't forget this one thing: the Jews also have a superior GOD!

Maybe if the Israelis could do like they did in the Bible days, when they gathered as one man (in unity) and repented of their sins and turned to the LORD... Maybe something miraculous could happen. We can all read the record in their own writings, when the children of Israel forsook the LORD, their enemies overran them. But when they turned to the LORD, He put the enemies to flight.

I know that may sound quaint or simplistic, but I really don't care what the agnostics or atheists think. When you separate the Jews from their sacred writings of Moses and the Prophets and the GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, all you have in the end is a bunch of losers.

O Israel, return to the LORD your GOD! Trust in the arm of the LORD to deliver you from the hand of your enemies.

"Fear thou not for I am with thee. Be not afraid for I am thy GOD. I will strengthen thee, yea I will help thee, Yea I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness."


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