Israel War Update: What The World Should Expect

Israel War Update: What The World Should Expect

 

Israel War Update
What The World Should Expect

11/5/23 – By Tim Buck
Fotet.org

 

The people of Israel are shaken and still recovering, like trying to get your breath back after being punched in the stomach. They are wounded, they are mourning, they are reeling, but not helpless. Hamas miscalculated, and now they are paying a high price.

With one month passed, it is important to look at where Israel is now, and to see what Israel and the world can expect in the future.

The Past

On October 7 at 6:30 in the morning, more than 3000 Hamas terrorists and Gazan civilians crossed the border into Israel. They didn’t just have murder on their minds. They were also intent on committing torture, rape, and kidnapping. All four of their goals were accomplished in the most evil and horrific ways. We cannot forget the indiscriminate rape and slaughter at the music festival. We cannot let the stories of children tortured and killed in front of their parents, of a pregnant woman being torn open and a knife being plunged into her unborn child, of two stacks of ten children each who were set fire and burned alive, of husbands being forced to watch their wives being raped before they were executed with a bullet to their heads. Time can morph those actions into just a number – more than 1400 killed. That number is tragic, but it is clinical. We must never forget what that number represents – 1400 acts of the most barbaric evil this world has seen.

We must also remember that there are at least 240 hostages still being held by Hamas and Gazan civilians. Many are children of all ages, even down to infants. Many are women, from teens on up. They are being brutalized beyond comprehension. I woman recently posted a Palestinian woman explaining how the Koran taught that female prisoners of war should be “humiliated” in the worst possible ways. When the hostages are finally freed, they will spend a lifetime processing through the trauma they have experienced. The Israeli leadership has responded by saying that those responsible will pay, and the military will ensure that our enemy is not around to do this again.

The Present

Of the billions of dollars that has been sent to Gaza for humanitarian relief, most of it has found its way into the pockets of Hamas’s leadership and into the vast tunnel system they built underground. The estimated worth of the top four leaders of Hamas is $11.4 Billion! Pushing the Palestinian lie is big business for these purveyors of evil! What they created in their “city below the city” is really quite amazing, and one has to wonder what sort of thriving society Gaza could have been right now if they had invested that money into their people and their culture rather than underground concrete tunnels and their futile mission to eradicate Israel.

Currently, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have clamped tight their pincer strategy, effectively cutting Gaza in two. Having warned civilians to flee to the south out of harm’s way, they are now closing the circle they created around the Hamas headquarters. I can’t say it’s around the Hamas leaders, because they have been living in luxury hotels in Qatar and Turkey for years. The primary tunnels for Hamas’s headquarters are located in and around the al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City. While the safest route for the IDF would be to drop bunker buster bombs on the site, that is not how they operate. As heinous as Hamas’s strategy is of using their own civilians as human shields, it is effective. So, the IDF is forced into a ground war that will do its best to target only terrorist combatants. This process is progressing well.

When Hassan Nasrallah, leader of the terrorist group Hezbollah, announced that he was giving a speech last Friday, the Hamas leaders were hoping he would say they were joining the war. They were let down. While Hezbollah, guided by their Iranian masters, originally had every intention of being part of this invasion of Israel, Hamas jumped the gun and went out on their own. That brought in a complication that Hezbollah and its Lebanese terrorists hadn’t expected – the United States. A US carrier group off Lebanon’s shore has given Nasrallah great pause, which is evidenced by the fact that two-thirds of his speech focused on America. But Hezbollah has not given up on their plans. They are just waiting for the right time when they once again have the element of surprise.

When Hamas first attacked, the world seemed to be with Israel. Of course, there were the usual hold outs, but a vast majority of nations condemned the attacks and sent condolences to the Jewish state. Two factors are changing that. First, there is time. The painful edge of the attack is dulling, and those who have always been anti-Israel are becoming emboldened to express their feelings once again. We see this in the United Nations. We see this in countries that are calling on Israel to pause the action in Gaza and to reconsider the proportionality of their military response. I would like to know what the proportional response is to two piles of small children who were burned alive. The proportional response to evil of that sort is to remove the evil once and for all. That is the commitment that Israel’s leadership has made to their people. And it is a commitment that they will likely pay for in condemnation from much of the world.

Already Israel has been falsely accused of bombing a hospital in Gaza. Nations across the globe rushed to condemn this heinous action of the IDF. But then the source of the explosion was proven to be one of Hamas’s own rockets. Then, on Tuesday, the United Nations Relief and Workers Agency (UNRWA) accused Israel of killing 66 innocent civilians and injuring 540 more who they say were sheltering in UNRWA schools. But in the pictures accompanying their accusation, there were sinkholes that clearly showed collapsed Hamas tunnels underneath the United Nations sanctioned school. Hey UN, didn’t you know that locating military infrastructure under schools is an internationally acknowledged war crime? I guess we shouldn’t expect anything more from an organization that has named the Iranian ambassador to chair its Human Rights Council Social Forum. Lies and fabrications will continue to rain down from the global news media. Some will stick to Israel, and, when the layer of fake news has grown enough, the world will once again turn against the maligned nation.

A recent development that is especially concerning is to see the way that Satan has gotten his foothold of antisemitism into the church. Click-bait conspiracies and unscriptural speculation is rampant from some pulpits and throughout social media. People are asking whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu conspired with the United States to carry out the October 7 attacks. This is not only ludicrous, it is appalling. And it doesn’t warrant explaining why this is so asinine for the same reason I do not waste time proving that 9/11 was not an inside job and that people actually walked on the moon. Anyone spreading these antisemitic lies should be ashamed of themselves.

Antisemitism is already strong enough in western cultures without the help of the church. Jews are being attacked and beaten in the streets. Some businesses have started to ban Jews, and Stars of David are beginning to appear spray-painted on Jewish-owned houses and stores. Pro-Palestinian marches and rallies are really more anti-Jew than anything else. So much of the ignorance that is leading to these mass protests originates in western academia and mosques. It is only going to get worse, as we race closer to the coming Tribulation.

The other major factor in the growth of antisemitism is the press. They have already shown their bias to a shocking degree. We are so used to seeing pictures and video of events as they happen, that sometimes we forget to ask who is behind the camera. Much of the photographic evidence taken of the atrocities on October 7 was done by Hamas members. However, we have now learned of four photojournalists who were embedded with Hamas on that day. These men who worked for AP, Reuters, CNN, and the New York Times were well-positioned to document the terrorists as they broke through the border fence, raided the Israeli villages, tortured and murdered innocent civilians, and carried away hostages and dead bodies. The fact that these morally bankrupt voyeurs kept their cameras to their eyes but their phones in their pockets is nothing short of complicity. The silence of the news media giants who excitedly published the pictures coming in from these men, knowing full well their situational provenance, makes them equally as guilty of collaboration. This is the media that the world turns to for truth about Israel.

The Future

Israel will fully deal with Hamas. In the same way Operation Wrath of God ensured that everyone involved in the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre was permanently dealt with, each member of the Hamas leadership has a date coming with either the IDF or the Mossad. Hamas, as a terrorist organization, will cease to exist. Hezbollah will also be forced to back down. I hope that it can be done the easy way with them pulling back from the border and dismantling their armaments. But if Hezbollah insists on doing it the hard way, the IDF will do whatever it takes to ensure Israel’s safety. Finally, there will come a time when Israel exacts its punishment against Iran. They were the masterminds behind all that has taken place, and they must learn that planning, ordering, and funding that kind of terror comes with a very high price.

It is likely that the U.S. will get drawn deeper into Syria and Iraq. It’s quite amazing how little uproar is being caused within America over the constant attacks on our bases in the Middle East. U.S. soldiers are experiencing grievous wounds, and I’m wondering where the response is. It is as if this current administration is so desperate for a new deal with Iran that they are willing to ignore the fact that the ayatollahs are ordering their proxy militias to send rockets and suicide drones into American military bases. The U.S. needs to show their strength in Syria and Iraq or the attacks will only intensify.

As time goes on, from the likes of this war, a ten-king alliance will emerge and grow stronger. This conflict could easily give birth to such an anti-Israel alliance. We know this because of what we see in the geopolitical world described in Daniel and Revelation. Overall, we can expect to see evil increasing around the world. For instance, just in the last few days the Muslim extremist Janjaweed militia massacred nearly 800 tribal people, mostly teenagers, in the Geneina area of Darfur, Sudan. Where are the BBC and the New York Times? Where are the marches for these victims?

This article has been necessary because of the great evil brought upon Israel and the overall dark time in our world. We live in perilous times because we live in the end times. But we know that it can never grow so dark that God’s light ceases to shine. As believers, it is our role to pray for Israel. We are to love that which God loves, and God still loves the Jewish people, as rebellious as they may be at times. He holds in His heart the ultimate example of what a Father’s love should be for a wayward child – passionate, unwavering, disciplinary when necessary, and never-ceasing.

 

US Deploys Major Assets To Middle East

US Deploys Major Assets To Middle East

 

US Deploys Major Assets
To Middle East

11/7/23 By Tim Buck
Fotet.org

The aircraft carrier Dwight D. Eisenhower and its strike group, as well a nuclear capable Ohio-Class Submarine, arrive in the Middle East as the war rages on.

The heavyweight assets join a host of other US artillery that entered the Middle Eastern waters of U.S. Central Command as concerns continue about a larger conflict erupting in the region with Israel’s war with Hamas.
The United States is putting on an impressive show of force in the Middle East by having two aircraft carrier strike groups, as well as a nuclear-capable Ohio class submarine, residing in the eastern Mediterranean Ocean. Is this one reason why Iran has been so relatively quiet? Perhaps, but the same cannot be said for Turkey where Erdogan is actively threatening to enter the war to assist Hamas.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called on the world to back his fight against Hamas, claiming that Israel is engaged in a ‘global battle’ against an Iran-led ‘axis of terror.’ He warned that if the Middle East ‘falls’ to the warring nations, ‘Europe will be next and no one will be safe.’

‘This is not a local battle. This is a global battle. The paramount need is to defeat this axis. That battle is now being waged by us against Hamas in Gaza.”

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met today with foreign ambassadors and told them:

“There is no substitute for victory. This battle is your battle and our victory is your victory.”

FROM MILITARY TIMES: Ike’s arrival also comes amid continued attacks on U.S. forces in Iraq and Syria that Pentagon officials have blamed on Iran-backed proxies. Eisenhower transited the Suez Canal and entered the Red Sea on Saturday, according to U.S. Naval Forces Central Command.

The Eisenhower’s presence in the region marks the first time a carrier has operated in Central Command’s area of responsibility since the end of the Afghanistan war in 2021.

“The arrival of [the Ike Carrier Strike Group] to Middle East region displays our speed and agility to flex as our nation’s leaders determined a balance of maritime capability in support of national security priorities,” Rear Adm. Marc Miguez, commander of Carrier Strike Group 2, said in a Navy news release.

“The strike group brings an unparalleled combat superiority to CENTCOM and we will be leveraging our presence in the theater to enhance regional security and operate alongside our allies and partners.”

The U.S. has a total of 18 Ohio-class submarines, including four guided-missile submarines outfitted with 154 Tomahawk missiles.

 

 

IDF: ‘We are working on one tunnel after another, demolishing them.’

Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari says a range of means are being used to destroy Gaza tunnels with new techniques.

Addressing IDF efforts to demolish the underground terror tunnel network dubbed “the metro,” Hagari said that Hamas, which deliberately places tunnel shafts under hospitals, mosques, schools and humanitarian sites, is systematically losing its underground access.

Israel At War With Hamas
Join us tonight for an analysis of the war and its prophetic implications. 

Where’s This Headed?

Where’s This Headed?

 

Where’s This Headed?

11/6/23 By Tim Buck
Fotet.org

Jew hatred is ratcheting up! And seems to get worse by the day.

Where’s this headed? What’s next? Join us to answer these questions and more tomorrow evening.

We will discuss the real reason for the surge of outrage and for Hamas’ genocide of Israel. And despite what Barack Obama says, it has nothing to do with the Palestinians.

Join us for a no-holds-barred analysis of what’s behind Israel’s war and the prophetic implications!

The DC streets erupted yesterday as a massive, demonic crowd of protesters shouting profanity and spewing hatred of Jews took to the streets. A sad day for America!

Shouts of “Allahu Akbar!” — which means “Allah is Greater!” — was heard as protesters climbed the White House gates and threw objects at the Secret Service.

Greater than who?

Others could be heard chanting “From the river to the sea Palestine will be free!” — which is just another way of calling for a second Holocaust.

There is a horrible sickness that is growing and it isn’t going away because Normal isn’t coming back, JESUS IS! 

Hezbollah Chief Nasrallah Gives First Speech

Hezbollah Chief Nasrallah Gives First Speech

 

Hezbollah Chief Nasrallah
Gives First Speech

11/3/23 By Tim Buck
Fotet.org

This is an important moment in the war!

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, will break his public silence on the war in Gaza on Friday in a televised speech that have Israel and many in the region nervous expecting Nasrallah to possibly enter the war against Israel.

The Hezbollah terror group is the most powerful and has the largest military of any of the Iranian proxy’s surrounding Israel with an army of over 100,000 and some 150,000 missiles already aimed at Israel in southern Lebanon.

Like Iran, Hezbollah is another genocidal, apocalyptic,
terror group with an end-time theology and eschatology that will only be happy if they wipe out all the Jews and permanently destroy the State of Israel.

What’s important to understand is that Hamas and Hezbollah, and all the terror groups surrounding Israel are driven by their Islamic theology and are more than willing to die for it. Including Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme leader who’s the crazed Shiite that’s pushing all of this.

They are genocidal because they want to eradicate every Jew and every Christian especially beginning with the State of Israel who controls the Promised Land.

In-other-words, their religious belief system requires them to “Clean the Land” of the scourge of Jews and Christianity so Islam (and Satan) has full sway!

They are apocalyptic because they believe this is the End-of-Days and their genocidal success will usher in what Islam calls the “Judgement Day” which brings the arrival of the Mahdi, also called the 12th Imam, who they believe is their long-awaited messiah.

But we know him as Antichrist.

And the Mahdi will also bring his partner Jesus (Muslim Isa) with him as his deputy who will help carry out his plan of killing those who reject him.

There is simply no way to deter this ideology except for the One True God to cut off the head of the snake.

And this is what terrifies Israel today after seeing, maybe for the first time, how evil Hamas behaved and what they’re really up against.

It’s Chilling.

Significance of 313

The lead-up to Nasrallah’s speech is soaked with Shiite, apocalyptic ideology.

The number 313 has important symbolism in Shia Islam going back to when Muhammed won the battle of Badr with 313 men against 1000.

Nasrallah chose to make his speech today on the third day of November (3). The speech was strongly publicized as his first speech on the war between Hamas and Israel (1). Lastly, he timed his speech at exactly 3 o’clock Lebanon time (3) thus symbolically connecting the speech to the number 313 and Muhammad’s victory.

Nasrallah also equates 313 with the hope of bringing a level of chaos to the Middle East grand enough to spark the return of the Mahdi, Islam’s messiah. Shiites believe that their messiah will return to earth in the last days at a time of chaos with 313 companions and then defeat the world in a type of repeat performance of Muhammad’s victory at Badr to give credit to Allah.

Designed by the enemy, the end of time teaching in Islamic prophecy is laced with demonic overtones and pronouncements against the Jewish people.

So here’s a godly 313 we can trust from the imprecatory prayer of the prophet Habakkuk highlighting God’s deliverance of Israel by defeating their enemies:

You came out to deliver your people, to save your anointed one. You crushed the leader of the land of wickedness, you stripped him from head to foot.
Habakkuk 3:13

Praying that the Lord will strike the enemies of Israel, and cut them down and scatter them to give Israel a great victory! 

War Update The Surrounding Nations

War Update The Surrounding Nations

 

Quick Facts

Over 1,400 Israelis (326 soldiers) have been killed, and over 5,400 have been injured.

The IDF has notified families of 240 being held hostage in Gaza.

To date, the IDF has struck over 11,000 Hamas targets.

Over 8,100 Rockets have been fired by Hamas toward Southern and Central Israel from Gaza (over 500 failed launches have fallen inside Gaza), with Lebanon and Syria also firing from the north.

One day after the 50th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War, on Oct. 7th, thousands of Hamas gunmen Invaded southern Israel, kidnapping, raping, torturing, and killing Israelis, specifically targeting women, children, and the elderly.

On Oct. 8th, the Israel Security Cabinet voted to officially declare war for the first time since the 1973 Yom Kippur War.

 

 

 

 War Update
The Surrounding Nations

11/3/23 By Tim Buck
Fotet.org

Please pray for Israel, the hostages and for the Lord to continue to give the government wisdom as they fight such evil!

Israel’s actions meet that “necessary and proper” criteria to protect the innocent and eradicate evil. This war is becoming a global event, and stirring the world against the Jewish people once again!

Gaza

The Israeli ground assault is continuing in Gaza. The plan is to cut the Gaza Strip in two, which will allow the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) to wrap around and eventually surround Shifa hospital – the main hospital in Gaza. Now, New York Times, before you start saying, “See, we told you that Israel likes to bomb hospitals,” let me tell you why they are doing that. Within that hospital compound, built both above and below ground, are Hamas’s main headquarters. If Israel really didn’t care about civilians, they would have dropped a few bunker buster bombs on the Shifa property and been done with it. Instead, they are making a risky maneuver so that they can target Hamas terrorists, all the while announcing what they are going to do so that the hospital and the surrounding area can be emptied of civilians. Once again, we see the difference between Hamas and the IDF. Hamas targets innocent civilians. The IDF warns civilians so that they can escape. The reason non-combatants are killed is because Hamas forces them to remain behind to maintain the human shield, and so that they can use their bodies afterward as propaganda for the world’s media.

Gaza has had billions of dollars poured into it. Where has it all gone? First, to the Hamas leaders. Hamas Deputy Chairman Mousa Abu Marzuk is worth $3 billion, former Chairman Khaled Mashal is worth $4 billion, and current Chairman Ismail Haniyeh is also worth $4 billion. It’s understandable, though, because it takes a lot of money to pay for their luxury housing in Turkey and Qatar. I mean you couldn’t expect them to live in Gaza amongst the riff-raff, could you? Most of the remaining money went to the construction of an intricate, multi-leveled system of 1300 tunnels that stretch for 500 kilometers (311 miles) and reach 70 meters deep (229 feet).

The flaw in this tunnel system is that it needs gas for generators to power the ventilation system. So, while there is food and water in Gaza, as well as electricity in most areas, gas is very difficult to find. This is because the IDF has confiscated all the gas they can find. No gas, no ventilators. No ventilators, no air. No air, the terrorists will be forced to scurry out of their holes where they will surrender or be killed.

Lebanon and Syria

Iran desperately wants their militias in southern Syria to do something directed at Israel. But so far there has only been the occasional rocket or artillery fire. Hezbollah in Lebanon is receiving the same pressure from Iran. The skirmishes across the Lebanese/Israeli border have been more intense that those with Syria but have still mostly been in the form of rockets and airstrikes. However, there have been border breaches that had to be dealt with by the IDF.

Hassan Nasrallah, secretary-general of Hezbollah, has announced that he will make a very important speech Friday at 3:00 PM. The speculation is that he will declare Hezbollah’s entrance into the war.

This would be unfortunate for two reasons. First of all, the Lebanese don’t want war. Most civilians in Lebanon are good, hard-working people who are in the unfortunate situation of having their country commandeered by a terrorist organization whose puppet strings are being pulled by Iran’s radical Islamist regime. Maybe this will be the catalyst for the people to finally rise up and oust Hezbollah.

The second reason Nasrallah should think carefully before entering the fray is that him doing so would be a fatal mistake. Because of the organization and training of Hezbollah, it would likely take more Israeli lives to end Hezbollah. But rest assured, by the time the IDF has finished, there would be no more Hezbollah and no more Hassan Nasrallah. Last night, Ismail Qaani, commander of the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), visited Beirut, likely to discuss Hezbollah’s involvement in the next phase of the war.
Please pray that this front does not open wide.

Yemen

The Houthis of Yemen have declared war against Israel. You may wonder why this 50,000-strong rebel army based 1000 miles away from Israel is declaring war. Because they, too, are funded and directed by the ayatollahs in Tehran. These extremist Shiites have long-range ballistic rockets, and they have fired them at Israel. At least one was destroyed by a US Navy ship. Another was taken out while still in space by Israel’s new Arrow-3 hypersonic anti-ballistic missile system. So far, they have just fired missiles at Israel. But if one of those ballistic missiles finds its target, there will be mass casualties.

Iran

What do all of Israel’s enemies have in common? A connection to Iran. The Iranians have a superiority complex when it comes to their fellow Middle Easterners. If there is dirty work to be done, they would much rather it was Arab hands that did it. Their Persian hands are too finely manicured for grunt work. That is why they created the militias. Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Houthis, Kata’ib Sayyid al-Shuhada, and all the others, they are all the Persians’ fighting force, because it’s no use spilling Iranian blood when there are so many Arabs just hanging around. I know my words sound harsh and incredibly callous, but they are one hundred percent accurate when it comes to the attitude of the Islamist regime in Tehran. If Hezbollah and the militias in Syria attack from the north, Israel knows who will be behind it. When the time is right, there will be a reckoning.

Egypt

The Egyptian government is finally opening a field hospital on their side of the Rafah crossing. What they are not doing is opening wide their gates to an influx of Gazans. Why? Because they know the violence and trouble that comes with them. The Egyptian prime minister is so determined to keep Gazans out of the country that he recently said that he is prepared to sacrifice millions of lives to protect the border from Palestinians. When it comes to relations with Israel, there continues to be the same surface coolness between the two countries. Yet, behind the scenes there is secret cooperation.

Jordan

Jordan remains at peace with Israel. Their concern is with the missiles in Syria and Iraq, and they have asked the US to deploy Patriots to protect the skies above their country.

Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Bahrain

Each of these countries has made it clear that the Abraham Accords are here to stay. Both Russia and Iran want to drive a wedge between the Saudis and Israelis because of energy, but their ploys are not working. The UAE indicated that a strong relationship with Israel is “our future”, while the Bahrainis said keeping a relationship with Israel is in their common interest.

United States of America

The US has been Israel’s best friend through this fight, and we are very grateful for the help. Unfortunately, American bases in Syria and Iraq are paying the price. On an almost hourly basis, Iranian militias are attacking the US military with rockets and suicide drones, and the American casualties are mounting. As concerning as these developments are overseas, we need to be worried for the US mainland. So many terrorists have merged into the constant immigrant flow, and now the FBI has announced that they are very nervous about attacks taking place in US cities that are inspired by what Hamas did on October 7. There is also a new cultural divide taking place between virulent Palestinian supporters and those who criticize the horrors that Hamas perpetrated. Much of this ignorant hatred is originating in American academia and media.

Europe

There is a massive division between Europeans and the enormous Muslim population that now exists in their cities due to an open border policy. The tension between the old guard and the newcomers is getting stronger. For so long, European governments refused to admit there was a problem, but as Ayn Rand once said, “You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.” I’m afraid that those consequences are just around the corner. It well may be the war in Israel that pushes Europe over the brink. As the anti-Israel protests swell and the number of Jewish houses that are being spraypainted with Stars of David grows, it is very likely that some flashpoint will occur which will set the streets on fire.

Turkey

On paper, Turkey and Israel are allies. But President Erdogan wants to be the leader of Islam so he is currently leading the pack in rallying Muslims worldwide to condemn Israel. Just this past week at a massive rally celebrating Turkish independence, he took the opportunity to go on a very antisemitic rant, including making it clear that he didn’t consider Hamas to be a terrorist organization and that Israel is guilty of war crimes and must be prosecuted.

Jewish People Around the World

Hollywood Jews had a very bad day last week when they suddenly woke up and realized that being liberal and progressive is not enough. Many discovered that their friends had begun to abandon them for the sin of being Jewish. They thought that the world was beyond hating Jews just because they are Jews. But the world was just taking a little break. Now antisemitism is back in vogue. In Germany, cases of antisemitism have risen 240%; in Austria, 300%; US, 400%; South Africa, 720%; and the UK, 1351%.

There is a dark cloud covering the world right now. Standing with Israel is soon going to exact a price. It may be relational. It may become physical. What we are seeing is symptomatic of the growing influence of the enemy. It is truly diabolical, and you will not understand it until you put your spiritual glasses on. But it is what we as believers expect because we know that this world is being prepared for the Tribulation.

You do not want to be around when that happens, because it will be a period when God’s judgment will come down upon this world. It will be a time unlike any other, when the Lord sets out to discipline His people and punish those who have rejected Him. But you don’t have to be here. The Bible tells us that salvation is a matter of believing and receiving Jesus as your Lord and Savior. If you want to know more about how to become a follower of Jesus, follow this link.

Thank you, and may God bless you for standing with the Jewish people and praying.