Decision Time On The Banks Of The Jordan

Posted by Larry Miller on March 16, 2012 under How | Be the First to Comment

After returning to his Israel home from a brief trip to Obama’s fantasy world, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told parliament that Iran is behind the recent rocket attacks on his country. He explained that the militants in Gaza were armed and trained by the Iranians, and that his country would do whatever was necessary to protect his people.

He went on to consider the possibility Iran was close to developing nuclear weapons… which is most distressing to those Iran’s demented President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has pledged to wipe from the face of the earth. While for those of us in the United States, it’s somewhat academic, to the Israels it is a deadly serious threat to their survival – one that cannot be ignored.

It is not clear whether such weapons are ready to be hurled at the Jewish nation, or if they will be in the near future. It is also not clear to this writer what the best course of action would be for this tiny coastal nation. What is clear is that, despite official pronouncements to the contrary, Israel cannot depend on the support of the United States government. Netanyahu remarked, “Israel has never left its fate to others, not even the best of its friends.” And right now, the US is not looking like the best of friends to the country.

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The United Nations Has Become the Theater of the Absurd

Posted by Guest Writer on September 27, 2011 under Why | 2 Comments to Read

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New York, NY – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reference to the United Nations as the “theater of the absurd” is an apt description of an organization that was designed to bring peace among nations. The UN has lost its legitimacy in light of recent events.

Rather than entertain a request for statehood of the Palestinian Authority (PA), presented Friday by Mahmoud Abbas, the UN should reject it outright. The PA’s request for statehood includes the Gaza strip, Judea and Samaria (the so-called West Bank), and the Golan Heights, but the PA does not control the West Bank or the Golan Heights, where hundreds of thousands of Israelis live and where Israel provides security. How can the UN entertain a request for statehood on land not controlled by the entity making the application?

Abbas and the PA sanction terrorism against Jews and refuse to recognize the right of Israel to exist. Like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the President of Iran, Abbas denies the Holocaust. Abbas, using his other name, Abu Mazen, studied at the Patrice Lumumba University in Moscow, where he earned a doctorate degree and wrote a dissertation entitled, “The Other Side: The Secret Relations Between Nazism and the Leadership of the Zionist Movement,” in which he attempted to prove that the Nazi Holocaust of Jews never occurred. As Abbas denies the Holocaust of the Jews, refuses to recognize Israel’s right to exist, and sponsors terrorism against innocent Jews, he is in the same company as Hitler or other leaders of genocide. Read more of this article »

Blessings or Curses?

Posted by Larry Miller on May 24, 2011 under Why | Read the First Comment

israel_flagThe formerly mainstream media reports on tsunamis, earthquakes, floods and tornadoes, just like they report on other events at home and around the world… as if they were discreet events, totally unconnected. To do otherwise, would potentially expose the puppet masters among us. While this may be the case sometimes, sometimes it may be a simple case of willful ignorance.

I have no special revelation from God, a la Harold Camping, but with all the death and destruction brought to us courtesy of natural disasters, it’s hard not to believe we are seeing a pattern. The true believers in the warmer brigade will try to tell us that it is our fault for driving cars we can fit in with sufficient power to get out of their own way and wanting to keep our homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer. However, pretty much all their best arguments have been debunked by honest scientists willing to go against the flow of political correctness.

Any serious student of biblical prophesy understands that the end times show us the human toll of these tragedies. As I write this, reports are just coming in of four more lives snuffed out by tornadoes in Oklahoma with severe weather bearing down on the stricken Joplin, Missouri. Read more of this article »

Shalom Caribbean: A Gateway To War or Peace? (Part 1)

Posted by Alexis Wallace on November 9, 2010 under Why | Be the First to Comment

israeli flagThere is no doubt that the Judaic gateway to the “New World” begins in the Caribbean region with the voyages of Christopher Columbus and his Jewish crew. Today, this region is still powerfully and globally prophetically relevant as a gateway to the issue of world peace and the fulfillment of end time prophecies.

The biblical concept of the “end times” or the “last days” is not one that is exclusive to any religion or time period. Logical deduction will tell us that consequential action is an inevitable part of a G-d of justice. Kingdom and natural law confirms this truth by showing us that we reap what we sow (Gal 6:7). It is from this foundation of reason that religions “part company” with regards to their expectation of the details and actions that will bring G-d’s “end time”judgment.

My message is for those of us whose hope is fueled by the promise of the return of our Jewish Messiah. The place of His promised return and the establishment of the Kingdom that He has promised is not just a place of illusionary reality, where we will float or fly around forever playing harps.

There is a tangible, physical place where Yeshua shall return (Revelation 16:13-16) and a tangible physical place where His governmental throne of leadership and judgment shall be established for all people: Read more of this article »

A New And Courageous Leader?

Posted by Larry Miller on April 8, 2010 under How | Be the First to Comment

\Mad01ntsofi3datosSONIA NO TIRAROrienteMedioprotagonistasnet0001.JPGOne of Barack Hussein Obama’s favorite terms for the good old USA is “arrogant”. He continually preaches that we have stuck our nose where it did not belong and it has damaged our position in the world community… most of which hates us anyway and they are jealous of the prosperity our freedom has provided. One would think that our president would be disinclined to interfere in the affairs of sovereign nations. As far as nations that value government power over the rights of their citizens, he is behaving as expected. However, when it comes to the nation of Israel, he treats it like one of the fifty seven states he visited during the campaign and wants to control it in the same way.

He believes that Israelis building in their own cities and annoying the Palestinians who don’t live there is detrimental to the “peace process”. He overlooks the fact that Israel is a sovereign nation, and the Palestinians are breaking the tenth commandment by coveting land that is not theirs and their ancestors could not hold on to when confronted by the rightful owners. He ignores the fact that at various points since modern Israel’s formation they have confronted hostile neighbors and pushed them back in defending their people and land, only to have “world opinion” force them back to boundaries the anti-Israeli world desired.

The resident of our White House has cozied up to those who would see us fail… those in Venezuela, those in Iran, those in Korea and anywhere else around the world where strong men are glorified and the people downtrodden. He believes we have been bad stewards of the vast power and prosperity our country had… but really did not deserve. He is redistributing power on an international scale in much the same way that he is attempting to redistribute wealth at home. Read more of this article »

Don’t Write the Obituary for Israel Just Yet

Posted by Larry Miller on June 7, 2009 under How | Read the First Comment

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Flag of Israel

Taken at face value, things look pretty bleak for the nation of Israel. Barack Hussein Obama recently made another apology tour through the middle east without visiting our most faithful and trusted (up until now) ally. We’ve seen the current administration unwilling to hold Saudis accountable for terrorist actions. We’ve even seen the president talking about a united Jerusalem under some control other than Israeli. He tells the world we are not a Christian nation, yet says we are one of the largest Muslim nations in the world. The Obamessiah tells Israel that they cannot build settlements on land that is rightfully theirs, while telling us back home that we cannot bully the rest of the world. I guess that means the rest of the world, except Israel. Things would look bad for Israel, if it were up to Barack Hussein Obama and the nations surrounding the small state. But… it is not up to them.

Consider the story of Sennacherib, king of present day Syria, Iran, Iraq and part of Turkey, as found in II Kings 19:32-37:

Therefore this is what the LORD says concerning the king of Assyria: “He will not enter this city nor shoot an arrow here. He will not come before it with shield or build a siege ramp against it. By the way that he came he will return; he will not enter this city, declares the LORD. I will defend this city and save it, for my sake and for the sake of David my servant.”

That night the angel of the LORD went out and put to death a hundred and eighty-five thousand men in the Assyrian camp. When the people got up the next morning-there were all the dead bodies! So Sennacherib king of Assyria broke camp and withdrew. He returned to Nineveh and stayed there.

One day, while he was worshiping in the temple of his god Nisroch, his sons Adrammelech and Sharezer cut him down with the sword, and they escaped to the land of Ararat. And Esarhaddon his son succeeded him as king. Read more of this article »