Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Is America on a Collision Course with Israel?

President Obama is moving to rescind a U.S. Department of Human Services regulation protecting civil rights and the exercise of conscience in health care.

Dr. David Stevens, CEO of the Christian Medical Association, says, this move, among other actions, "Exposes the myth of moderation in Obama's policy." I have linked their press release.
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Is America on a Collision Course with Israel?

WEB UPDATE: 2 HOURS AGO: CLINTON CRITIZES ISRAEL

I certainly hope not.

Israel plays a significant role in God's blessing on America, yet while President Obama is sending a secret letter to Russia saying he will back off on missile defense if they will help stop Iran from completing their race to nuclear weapons, Hillary seems to be driving a wedge between America and our faithful ally Israel.

Russia's response? "We don't haggle over US missile defense plans."

Obama is now saying the press wrongly characterized his secret letter. Who knows? We do know it wasn't very secret.

We also know that Russia is deeply involved with Iran and in fact is providing them with rockets that deliver satellites into space. It is said that these same rockets can carry other payload as well. Nukes.

We also know that the missile defense mentioned in the secret letter is intended to protect Israel and others in the region.

While global citizen Obama is discussing things with Russia, he is blowing off one another of our most loyal friends; Poland.

Meanwhile, over the mountain--across the sea, Secretary of State Clinton is in the middle east, pledging to press for a Palestinian State. This puts her and our country in direct conflict with Prime Minister-designate, Benjamin Netanyahu.

The International press is reporting, "Hillary Clinton Puts America On Collision Course With Israel" as she pledges to press for a Palestinian State.

You will note in the picture in the link that Shimon Peres is kissing Hillary.

Netanyahu is not kissing her. And probably won't.

Netanyahu, who previously served his country, was often in conflict with then President Bill Clinton over these same policies.

While Hillary seemed to support everyone---while she is with them, she has long embraced the Palestinians. Apparently she and President Obama share this commitment to a two state solution.

Most biblical scholars and people of biblical faith understand the prophetic aspect of this conflict.

America does not want to be on the wrong side of this issue.

While I do not believe this is a time when people of faith should be paralyzed by fear, it is certainly a time to be vigilant and prayerful, asking God for wisdom and guidance.

These are perilous times, but God is with us.

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Gary Randall
President
Faith & Freedom

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7 comments:

  1. Thank God we have a President, who knows that Isreali and US interests are not one and the same. Thank God we have a President, who isn't making geopolitical decisions based on a book of ancient superstitions!

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  2. God protect Israel and their land.

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  3. 1:05 PM

    God sure, the US government and military, not so much. But then being as how He is omnipotent, God shouldn't need any help :)

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  4. There's something that Perry Stone
    taught on that I heard on TV about
    the blessings God gave the people
    who now live in the Middle East that is important for all to understand.

    It's about the blessings to the sons of Abraham. See Genesis 17.

    God blessed Ishmael and said that
    he will make him a great nation,
    (vs 20) but his covenant (which included certain land) he will establish with Isaac.

    In chapter 20 of Genesis, God gave
    Hagar and her son a well. (vs 19)
    Now this was a well of water, but
    it's important to understand that
    the nation that grew from Ishmael
    became rich in wells, oil wells.

    God made them a great nation and
    gave them oil wells, and Isaac became great and inherited a certain land that God gave to Abraham.

    Each of the two sons has his inheritance.

    Perry Stone talked about how that
    is important for keeping the peace.

    I also understand that according to Genesis 12:3, it will go well
    with all who bless Abraham and his seed, and those who curse him
    will be cursed, (not blessed, or less blessed)

    I don't think we should mess with
    God's inheritance, if we all want to be blessed.

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  5. There's something that Perry Stone
    taught on that I heard on TV about
    the blessings God gave the people
    who now live in the Middle East that is important for all to understand.

    It's about the blessings to the sons of Abraham. See Genesis 17.

    God blessed Ishmael and said that
    he will make him a great nation,
    (vs 20) but his covenant (which included certain land) he will establish with Isaac.

    In chapter 20 of Genesis, God gave
    Hagar and her son a well. (vs 19)
    Now this was a well of water, but
    it's important to understand that
    the nation that grew from Ishmael
    became rich in wells, oil wells.

    God made them a great nation and
    gave them oil wells, and Isaac became great and inherited a certain land that God gave to Abraham.

    Each of the two sons has his inheritance.

    Perry Stone talked about how that
    is important for keeping the peace.

    I also understand that according to Genesis 12:3, it will go well
    with all who bless Abraham and his seed, and those who curse him
    will be cursed, (not blessed, or less blessed)

    I don't think we should mess with
    God's inheritance, if we all want to be blessed.

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  6. "A book of ancient superstitions", now there is one incredibly uneducated remark. Too bad that person doesn't read history. Too bad they have put their brain on a shelf.

    If you had any nerve to read, then New Evidence That Demands a Verdict by Josh McDowell could be for you. It takes some work to follow the sophisticated work since it was his Doctoral Dissertation to prove that the Bible was an ancient superstitious book verbally handed down with a multitude of errors. It reads like a text book and I'm assuming by your prolific remarks that you did not attend college.....or you did and were satisfied with their spoon-fed nonsense of the origin of man, etc.

    I feel sorry for folks who have put their brains on hold to embrace the 'wide road' of self-centerednes and then insist on caustically badgering those who have chosen the 'narrow' road of selflessness. This planet is all about God not all about self.

    If you are a seeker, God is waiting for you too.

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  7. Until you can provide some absolute, verifiable proof of ANY of the supernatural aspects of the Bible, 'a book of ancient superstitions' remains an appropriate description.

    In the meantime, my brain is on a shelf.... in the library, in the 500's for science, not the 200's for religion.

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