THOUGHTS IN THE DARK
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Ron wrote:Ya, the e-mails seldom get the quotations correct, especially any that say you must pass it on. I never pass along such stuff, particularly without checking it out either. Brings up one question that I have never been able to completely answer; When and how did the Palestine people obtain the famous homeland that they so rigorously say is theirs? As far as I can tell, it was never a country, never had any logical borders, and continually changed from map to map and time to time. I find no legitimate country with borders for any length of time. Suddenly it is "the old home place"!
Ron,On the site-------- www.chroniclesofbeyond.com the tabs show up with a "discussion" option. When you hit that, I have listed some posts. The first one has a web site about what you are saying. You are right and if you look at this history and map, it explains that there never were any stinkin "Palistinians". http://www.conceptwizard.com/nutoo/nutshell3.html grrrras always you are right onBTW: The Wikileaks has made the world agast at the accusation that Saudi Arabia privately aske the US to attack Iran!............Idiots. The next world war will probably be between the Muslims. Iran is Shiite and they want to get a nuclear bomb, not for us...for the other Islamists. They now have the Saudi country surrounded. Iran wants to conquer the world but first must clean up the other Muslims.They all need to be exposed to Christiananity.whhhhhhhiist~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ out~~~*
Exactly what is a Palestinian? (Not necessarily an Islamic.)(Not necessarily an Arab) A homeless Greek? A convert to Islam who is a squatter? A Nomad group?Why is anyone negotiating with them anyway? Who are the "they", that we negotiate with? (PLO) I would like to hear their justification on why they think "They" are entitled to anything. I think the arabs hate the jews because they know that the jews are right. God brought the jews to Israel and that created the homeland.
· The Israelites ruled Israel in 1250 BC and was later destroyed several times but the Jews have always had a presence. · Seems that being a terrorist gives rights. They will never want peace. The likes of Hammas, Hezbollah and the illegal PLO have a talent for getting money from oil soaked Arabs. Saudi’s gave $4B this year. · In the biggest picture, Israel is the only non Arab (Muslim) influence in the area. · All Arabs want to be free of Israel but the Sunni Saudi are anti-Shiia which is Iran. Iran has surrounded the Saudi by bolstering the Shiia in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, United A.B., Yeman and Egypt · Arabs are descendants of Abraham’s son Ishmael. With Ishmael being the son of a slave woman (Genesis 16:1-16) and Isaac being the promised son who would inherit the blessings of Abraham (Genesis 21:1-3),
Isn't it fascinating that the jews, living surrounded by many people with differing religious gods and ideas could come to embracing a religion as complex as a triune godhead. An invisible God, It is as different as anything a person could imagine!
God is amazing.When Abraham was promised the nation of Israel and he made an oath "For me and my family, we will follow God" he was dealing with an unseen God without any visual aids didn't he? I do not believe the Bible reports that God appeared directly to him or sent an angel to tell him to offer his son. Can you think of any scripture showing Abraham was confronted with a miracle? I will check it out. Anyway, Moses visited God on the mountain, Paul had the flaming bush on the road to Damascus, but the father of it all only had only his faith in the invisible God.... a Holy Trinity. Yea, good thought. I wonder why the warrior Mohamed didn't make up a typical ploy with his imaginary "Allah" as a Trinity God(?) He took the time to make up a lot of other things... -------Question Would the people that have become Islamists had a probability to become Christians? Many are God seekers for sure, but are some caught up in aspects of the religion so heavily influenced by Satan that the dark side is what is really calling them? [I am not mentioning the other major religions to keep this shorter] [more on this later] Ephod is rounding a report on the things God influences~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~`*
Anonymous said... I enjoyed your site reference (www.conceptwizard.com/nutoo/nutshell3.html)Why is everyone trying to pacify the Palistinians who do not have a historical leg to stand on? December 2, 2010 12:59 PM
• Yes, www.conceptwizard.com/nutoo/nutshell3.html is very informative.• I can see why the Arabs want to occupy the area of Israel. I can sort of see why the rest of the world sees it as just splitting it up and making everyone "happy".• As Christians we are told in the Bible about the condemnation to follow anyone splitting up what God has directed and promised to the Jews (as long as they behave.) o On that day, the Lord made a covenant with Abram, saying, 'to your descendants I have given this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the river of Euphrates.'" - Genesis 15:18. o In the book of Joel, God warns against dividing the land of Israel. Joel 3:1-2 says, "...I will enter into judgment with them there on behalf of my people and my inheritance, Israel, whom they have scattered among the nations; and they have divided up my land."o There I will judge them for harming my people, my special possession, for scattering my people among the nations, and for DIVIDING UP MY LAND." (NLT)o "And it shall happen in that day that I will make Jerusalem a very heavy stone for all peoples..." (meaning the entire world). Now here's the punch line: "All who would seek to heave it away will surely be cut in pieces." (Zechariah 12:3)
In a nutshell. God's most poignant 'timepiece' is the nation of Israel now. How we side with them just might determine our own destiny.