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Mercer (25 Feb 2011) “2011 was always a planned melt down”

The article shown here is a good example of the things that are prophesied and mentioned in the post before this by Frida Ghitis.

Nando

http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/feb2011/mercer225-2.htm

Mercer (25 Feb 2011)
2011 was always a planned melt down


It is now abundantly clear to me that Obama is merely a tool doing the bidding of some higher puppet master. And it  is horrifying for me to see most of America blind to the destruction that is coming. None of you know me. I have 0ne close friend who reads Doves…….Hi Margie!! … So take what I write at face value and believe or  not.
  • First thing I’d like to share is to those who have given us dates that have come and gone. Frustrating I know…….but it is because you have us in the tribulation already and we are not in it. I know hard to believe with all that is going on..I  have spent literally, countless hours studying every position on the rapture and poured over the book of Revelation. I have it on audio and listen to it everyday. And I pick up some new nuggets  each time. Christ takes the Church first before any tribulation starts.
  • Dreams. They mean the most to the person who had them. Often when I read those posted I think….well, OK but I think I’ll trust God’s Word first. I have had only 2 dreams and I did post them. Not much of a response from the doves.
  • I am constantly inputting the events that are happening and applying them to the end times
    • The Mid East has exploded. There is no turning back. The Psalm 83 war is building to a climax
    • The Mid West (Wisconsin) is the start of the final fall of America. Does anyone see a solution without violence?
    • The world wide weather. Is man made manipulation? HAARP? God’s hand? Or is it God using both? I think so.
    • Earthquakes. Volcanoes, Solar Flares, animals dying……….this is not normal
  • The Occult…Illuminati….Bloodline of the Antichrist. This is more real and active than most would want to admit or realize.
  • We must go back to the Bible for our clues and answers. Pray for inspiration and discernment as we try and piece together what is going on. IT SHOULD NOW BE OBVIOUS TO ALL……THE TIME HAS COME FOR JESUS TO TAKE BACK HIS CREATION……..THERE IS NO WAY THE WORLD IS GOING TO CALM DOWN UNTIL THE ANTICHRIST BRINGS FALSE PEACE.

Today I started a study on Egypt. And those that “came out of Egypt” I believe all of History is in Genesis. I believe Genesis 13-14, Where Abram has to go save lot after the first battle in the Bible mirrors Psalm 83 war. That’s what I’m working on now. Might be a day or two. He “came out of Egypt” and settled in Bethel before this battle.

In the first war, the Palestinian refugees, who are the “tents of Edom”, (Psalm 83:6) will form a confederacy with Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria against Israel. The devastation of this war on both sides, including the complete destruction of Damascus (Isaiah 17), leads to the conclusion that Israel’s existence will be threatened to the point that they will have no choice but to unleash what they call the “Samson Option”; taking down their enemies with massive retaliation in the form of nuclear warfare. The following scriptures describing this “Great Middle East War”:

Psalm 83 · Isaiah 17 · Jeremiah 47-49 · Ezekiel 35-36 · Joel 1:13-20 · Amos 1-2 · Obadiah · Zephaniah 2 · Zechariah 9-11

Great Middle East War

Before looking at the second war, a note must be made about two countries not directly mentioned in either war; Iraq and Egypt. If the fulfillment of these coming wars is in the near future, we can see that Iraq will not be in either war as it has been neutralized as a threat by the United States. As for Egypt, currently Israel and Egypt have a nearly three decade long peace agreement that could possibly hold through the conflicts. However, there are several prophecies in the Old Testament of judgment against Egypt that have not been fulfilled yet. It is possible that these prophecies are either fulfilled during the Great Tribulation, or in one of these two other wars as a result of collateral damage, as they are not listed as being a member of either confederation.

Mercer
Please see the article linked below for a more in depth look at the peoples involved in the Psalm 83 war written by Bill Saulus

http://prophecynewsstand.blogspot.com/2011/02/is-egypt-in-psalm-83.html

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Is Egypt in Psalm 83?

Feb 25, 2011 Comments on Who’s script in the Middle East? By FRIDA GHITIS

What will be the outcome of all the upheaval that is happening in most of the Arab nations around the middle East.

If you had to analyze the situation from a political point of view the analysis in the column by Frida Ghitis is very good.

Unfortunately we are living on the end of the age as described in the Bible and therefore we must look at all the prophecies written thousands of years ago about these nations and their antagonism against Israel.

Please refer to this blog’s articles concerning these prophecies and compare them what Ms Ghitis wrote.

Nando

http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/02/24/2084046/whos-script-in-the-middle-east.html

MIDDLE EAST

Who’s script in the Middle East?

By FRIDA GHITIS

fjghitis@gmail.com

If we could write the script for the events unfolding in the Middle East, peaceful demonstrators would overwhelm the dictators, who would quickly agree to democratic transitions without bloodshed.

The newly liberated countries would proclaim, with universal approval, a future of tolerance, peace and friendship at home, among people of different tribes, religions and beliefs, at home as well as abroad, with all their neighbors. Extremists of all stripes would recognize the error of their ways; militants would lay down their arms, and all would join the march to freedom.

A newly democratized Middle East, soaked to its core with the inebriating juices of victorious non-violence, would become a zone of peace and prosperity. All disputes would end with friendly negotiations. Sunnis and Shiites, Israelis and Palestinians, Christians and Muslims, Arabs and Kurds, all would swiftly disentangle their disagreements.

In this imaginary script, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas would pick up the phone and call Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. “It’s time to make a deal,” he would say, agreeing at last to return to peace talks. “I was expecting your call,” Netanyahu, would reply, as both leaders, grasping the significance of the moment, embraced the promising new future.

Understanding Abbas’ worry that his people too might demand an end to his rule, and knowing he had refused to talk to Israel unless all settlement construction stopped, Netanyahu would tell him he was ready to confront his coalition on settlements. Both leaders would find strong reasons pushing them towards an agreement.

Abbas, seeing other Arab regimes under pressure, would decide he urgently needed to show his people a major accomplishment. He would also see that the people of Egypt, Tunisia, and other Arab countries, now busy rebuilding, had little time to worry about the problems of Palestinians. Netanyahu, in a transformed Middle East, would position Israel at the forefront of the new peaceful and tolerant Arab century, clasping extended hands from the neighbors, and freeing up Israeli brigades in case any of those neighbors’ hands suddenly turned to fists.

Watching the fast-moving agreement, Hamas, the Islamist rulers of Gaza, would announce they had given up their wish to destroy Israel.

By then, of course, the people of Iran would have also broken their chains. Without support from the regimes in Syria and Iran, and with democracy flourishing, Hamas’ extremism would have started wilting. In a newly tranquil Lebanon, Hezbollah, too, would have turned into a normal political party, not a paramilitary organization stoked by anti-Jewish venom.

The rosy scenes come to mind looking at other promising revolutions. In 1917, not long after the people toppled the czar in Russia, Theodore Roosevelt sent a note offering his congratulations “to the men who have led the Russian people in this great movement of democratic freedom.” It was not to be.

In 1989, however, victory over tyranny did bring freedom, peace and prosperity to Eastern Europe.

We fervently hope that, at the very least, important elements of the idealized script will come true. But already much has not.

The comically-flamboyant, but very seriously brutal Moammar Gadhafi has slapped awake anyone who was still dreaming, caring nothing about shedding “rivers of blood” from his own people.

Rockets have started raining into Israel from Gaza. Peace seems no closer with Palestinians, and the peace that existed across the Israel-Egypt border seems less secure.

There is no sign of the Abbas-Netanyahu conversation. Instead of agreeing to talk, Palestinians now turn to the United Nations to isolate Israel. And there is no sign that changes in the neighborhood are easing Israeli nervousness or slowing settlement construction. Instead, the instability around them is causing more worries among Israelis. Netanyahu maintains his call for face-to-face talks with Palestinians, but positions on both sides, stagnated since before the uprising started, seem locked in place.

The inspiring people at the forefront of this revolution hope for a scenario of democracy, peace and coexistence. But not all their elders share their views. One of the most prominent clerics in the Muslim world, the Egyptian Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who has given religious approval to murdering Israeli children, returned to Cairo and spoke to massive crowds, urging them to “conquer” Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem — not through negotiations. While protest organizers want efforts focused on building a new Egypt, some, including respected reformers, already vow to reconsider peace with Israel.

Those who would write a script of freedom and peace are working to make their idealistic narrative come true, but many others are already following an entirely different storyline, hoping for a sharply different ending.

Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/02/24/2084046/whos-script-in-the-middle-east.html#ixzz1EzCXh5I5

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February 25, 2011 at 11:00 am