High Plains Drifter

High Plains Drifter
"O my soul, be prepared for the coming of the Stranger, be prepared for him who knows how to ask questions." --T.S. Eliot

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Israel, Iraq and Egypt





















In 1948 the Lord re-established the nation of Israel. The fact that President Truman was the first head of state to recognize the state of Israel was the main reason, I believe, President Truman was re-elected in 1948. Arguably, Israel is the most important nation on the planet because Israel gave us the Law, the Prophets, the New Testament and the Messiah: the Lord Jesus Christ.

In the first decade of the 21st Century, the Lord raised up President George W. Bush to take out Saddam Hussein (a Satanic stronghold) in Iraq. The Lord has done--and will continue to do--a powerful work in Iraq. Iraq is the cornerstone of the Middle East.

The Iraq War was NOT about oil, but about freedom: freedom from Islamo-Fascist Slavery. In God's economy, oil is secondary, freedom comes first. "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." But in the world's economy, oil IS important. As long as we continue to drill for oil and gas and mine coal, we are showing the Lord that we are subduing the earth ( Hebrew kabbash [subdue]--Genesis 1: 28). We could call this The Oil-Gas-Coal Kabbash. But this is a different issue and I don't want to get on some other tangent here.

Now we come to Egypt. The Lord began the Arab Spring to get rid of Hosni Mubarak and prepare the way for democratic elections and government in Egypt. Egypt--like Iraq--at one time was one of the cradles of civilization after the Lord destroyed/judged the earth in Noah's generation. Egypt is a great cornerstone in North Africa and maybe to the rest of Africa. As Egypt goes, so goes Africa(?).

We are now in the second decade of the 21st Century. If the first decade of the 21st Century was the decade of Iraqi beginnings, then the second decade of the 21st Century will be the decade of Egyptian beginnings.

Someone may ask, Isn't Israel the cornerstone of the Middle East? No. Israel is the cornerstone for the Lord's plan for the whole world. Israel is not a regional player, but a world player. Israel is an integral partner in the Israeli-British-American Military-Industrial Complex that the Lord is using to vanquish Islamo-Fascist Slavery in the world. Spiritual Judaeo-Christianity is growing stronger; Islamo-Fascist Slavery will ultimately wither on the vine.

If faith, I believe that, in the future, Israel, Iraq and Egypt will be a powerful trinity or alliance against radical Islam in the Middle East and North Africa. The Alpha and the Omega is embedded in Israel-Iraq-Egypt Bereshith (the Hebrew word bereshith means "in the beginning" or "beginnings").

"With the jawbone of an ass I have slain a thousand men."

Israel My Glory
A Dream About Egypt
President George W. Bush--Liberator of the Middle East
Bereshith
Islam is Slavery

5 comments:

  1. Randy:

    If you look at Egypt on the map above, its western and southern border form a perfect 90 degree right angle (the southwest corner). It looks like a cornerstone.

    Tim Shey

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  2. Tim,

    There are a couple things I find very interesting about your post. About Harry Truman and Israel- Here is a quote from an article where the author quotes Harry Truman when Israel became a state:

    "When the Jews proclaimed their new nation as “Israel” in 1948, President Harry Truman, a strong backer of the new Jewish State, was surprised by their chosen name. As Newsweek magazine noted in its May 14, 2007 issue (“A Case of Courage”), both President Truman and his White House Counsel, Clark Clifford, expected the new Jewish State to be named “Judea” after the tribal name of the Jews. If the Jewish State had been named “Judea” or “Judah,” we would not have the pandemic confusion that now exists in the Christian world re: the terms “Israel” and “Judah.” If the Jewish State had been named “Judea,” there would be no common misconception among modern Christians that the terms “Israel” and “Judah” are synonyms when they are not."

    Source: http://stevenmcollins.com/html/usa_in_prophecy.html

    Remember that Israel (Jacob) is 12 tribes and only Judah & Benjamin are the Jews. The other 10 tribes were not Jewish. They were dispersed and scattered throughout the world and into the Gentile nations and became Gentiles.

    Amo 9:9 For, lo, I will command, and I will sift the house of Israel among all nations, like as [corn] is sifted in a sieve, yet shall not the least grain fall upon the earth.

    There are many scriptures about this subject but refer to these few; Gen 48:19, Jer 31:31-33, Hosea 1:10-11, Hos 8:10-12, 2 Sam 7:24, John 7:33-35, Rom 9:23-24, Mat 15:24, John 11:51-52...

    The other interesting thing is that you mentioned that: "Israel is an integral partner in the Israeli-British-American Military-Industrial Complex that the Lord is using to vanquish Islamo-Fascist Slavery in the world."

    These scriptures in Jeremiah say the same thing.

    Jer 51:19 The portion of Jacob is not like them; for he is the former of all things: and Israel is the rod of his inheritance: the LORD of hosts is his name.

    Jer 51:20 Thou art my battle axe and weapons of war: for with thee will I break in pieces the nations, and with thee will I destroy kingdoms;

    Who are the only nations that fit that description? You just named them...

    God bless, Sarah

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  3. Thank you for your comment, Sarah. A lot of good info there.

    The beautiful thing about Truman is that he acted in faith. Whether he was a Christian or not, I don't know. I am guessing that he was not a Christian.

    His Secretary of State General George Marshall was considered to be a very brilliant man. A lot of people put Harry Truman down because he was a farmer from Missouri and he did not measure up to the "great" FDR (I really don't care for FDR). Marshall was highly regarded by the world and Truman was not (though Truman is highly regarded now). Marshall warned Truman against recognizing Israel as a state because it would greatly disrupt our alliances with the oil-rich Arab states. But Truman recognized Israel anyway because he felt that it was the right thing to do.

    People have to realize that there was a lot of anti-Semitism in the United States in the 1940s. I believe FDR was very anti-Semitic and that Harry Truman was not--that is why the Lord raised up Truman to be President of the United States . . . .for such a time as this. Praise the Lord!

    Tim

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  4. Isaiah 19: 1: "The burden of Egypt. Behold, the LORD rideth upon a swift cloud, and shall come into Egypt: and the idols of Egypt shall be moved at his presence, and the heart of Egypt shall melt in the midst of it."

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