The Threat of Gazan Refugees Hasn’t Gone Away

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Last month, two Israeli Knesset members said they want Western nations to take in Gazans. “NO WAY,” says the speaker below. They could be coming anyway. Our borders are wide open.

Two Israeli Knesset members from both the coalition and the opposition published an article in the Wall Street Journal at the end of November, calling for the formulation of a plan to transfer parts of the population from the Gaza Strip to countries that agree to accept them.

MKs Danny Danon of Likud, former ambassador to the UN, and Ram Ben Barak of opposition party Yesh Atid, former deputy director of the Mossad, wrote that “even if countries took in as few as 10,000 people each, it would help alleviate the crisis” in Gaza.

“The international community has a moral imperative – and an opportunity – to demonstrate compassion, help the people of Gaza move toward a more prosperous future, and work together to achieve greater peace and stability in the Middle East.”

We’ve exercised compassion, and now they want to destroy us from within.

We already have them marching sometimes daily in our streets. We need to deport some of the ones we have. All they want to do is kill Jews and dismantle the United States. They don’t assimilate.


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Robert E. Schoenle
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Robert E. Schoenle
1 month ago

Are You Ready?

The subject of eschatology, or “the study of last things,” should be of the utmost importance to all Christians. However, it is obvious that the majority of “professing” Christians do not take the subject seriously or have very little interest at this time. Thus, they are unaware that this is exactly the way the apostles described they would be, prior to the “Rapture” of the “Church” (2 Pet. 3:1-9; Rev. 1:19; 2:7, 11, 17, 25, 29; 3:3, 6, 10-11, 13, 22). In other words, their ignorance is a fulfillment of Bible Prophecy. Thus, not many people will participate in the “Rapture” (Mt. 7:13-14; 24:37-25:13; Mk. 13:34-37; Lk. 21:34-36) because they have been deceived by a false gospel. Some who are left behind after the Rapture, will witness the “2nd Advent” of the Lord Jesus Christ to planet Earth on the “Feast of a Day of Atonement” {Yom Kippur]] on 9/30/28 (Mt. 24:29-30; Mk. 13:24-26; Rev. 19:11-16). It is ironic that people today, are as ignorant of the “signs of the times,” as the people of Israel were when the Lord Jesus came to planet Earth the first time (Mt. 16:3; Lk. 12:56; 19:43-44). “Christianity” began with the fulfillment of Bible Prophecy. As the time draws ever closer to the “Rapture” and the “2nd Advent” of the Lord Jesus Christ, Bible Prophecy will become ever more clear. I believe that this is the most exciting time to ever be alive in human history IF you are a true, “born-from-above” [“born again”], Christian (Jn. 1:1-3, 12-14, 29, 34, 36; 3:1-8, 15-18; 14:6; Gal. 2:16). Or it will be the most fearful time to ever be alive, IF, you are not (Ps. 2; 1-9; Mt. 24:21-22; Mk. 13:19-20; Lk. 21:25-26). Few seem to know that bible prophecy is simply pre-recorded history!

The fig tree is a symbol used in Scripture that refers to the nation of Israel. God, Himself, used figs as a symbol for Israel in a parable recorded in Jeremiah 24:1-2, 4-10. In a parable told by Jotham to the men of Shechem that is recorded in Judges 9:7-15, trees were used to symbolize the men of Israel who had gone forth to anoint a king. The disciples knew that fig trees leafed out in late spring, near the beginning of summer (Mt. 24:32; Mk. 13:28). Thus, when the “fig tree begins to bloom” [the nation of Israel reborn], they should know that summer, His Second Coming to planet Earth is “near at hand” (Lk. 21:29-30). After more than 2,500 years Israel once again became a sovereign nation when she was reborn on May 14, 1948, fulfilling the first sign the Lord Jesus had given. The vast number of Jewish men [trees] who returned to their ancestral homeland afterward fulfilled the second sign. “This generation shall not pass away, till all these things be fulfilled,” declared the Lord Jesus. The generation that will witness His Second Coming began with the rebirth of the nation of Israel on May 14, 1948. Since we are now in the year 2023, this must be a generation of eighty years (Ps. 90:10), which will end with His Second Coming on the Feast of a Day of Atonement [Yom Kippur] on 9/30/28. The prophetic significance of the Feast of Trumpets will be fulfilled with the Rapture on 10/4/2024 (Jn. 4:35; 1 Cor. 15:51-57; 1 Th. 4:13-5:11; 2 Th. 2:1, 3; Ti. 2:13). The twenty-one judgments of God that are described in Revelation 6:1-19:21 will be fulfilled by September 30, 2028! The Lord Jesus said we are now living in the beginning of sorrows (Mt. 24:4-8). The number of hours in a day will be reduced to 16 by God increasing the rotation of planet Earth (Mt. 24:22; Mk. 13:20; Rev. 8:12)! The wars between Israel and Hamas and then Hezbollah will end with the nuclear destruction of the city of Damascus (Ps. 83; Ezek. 17). Russia and her Islamic allies will then invade Israel and attack the USA (Ezek. 38 & 39). God will protect Israel! The religion of Islam will die with the destruction of Mecca, Medina, and the Dome of the Rock, by Israel. A full explanation of all that is referred to in this missive may be read on http://www.endtimewarnings.org.

Sassy Blonde
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Sassy Blonde
1 month ago

The Bible clearly states No One Will No When Jesus Christ Will Return, we should be prepared every day, only God knows what might happen today. If He hasn’t returned by 9/30/28, we’ll know he’s not coming on that day, because you’ve predicted it