Netanyahu’s spokespeople: “he plans to kill himself pursuing the last remaining option for scuttling the deal”

This man is a dangerous warmongering nut who can’t seem to understand he doesn’t rule and reign in the United States.


Quote (read complete article at link)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks defeated. He was ashen-faced on Tuesday next to the Dutch foreign minister at their joint press conference in Jerusalem; his appearance was that of a desperate gambler who had lost everything. The Iranian nuclear agreement, against which he had vigorously and repeatedly warned, had become a fait accompli. The deal over which he had declared political war on the president of the United States, while breaking all the rules of diplomatic relations between friendly countries, had become a reality, for better or worse.

Even before the details of the agreement were known, and without having any idea what was or wasn’t included, senior Likud officials were firing cannon shells through the electronic media. Talking points that had been sent to them in advance contained three main points: 1. The agreement is bad, terrible, and awful; 2. If not for Netanyahu, the situation would have been much worse, much earlier; 3. The opposition is to blame and ought to be ashamed for not being supportive enough/for being critical now/for not standing tensely quiet at the side of the prime minister, meaning the State of Israel.

The prime minister himself hastened Tuesday to call on the opposition to “put petty politics aside and unite for the State of Israel’s national interests,” as if the Iranian nukes hadn’t served as an effective political weapon for him during every recent election campaign.

Netanyahu’s spokespeople said he plans to “kill himself” pursuing the last remaining option for scuttling the deal – preventing its ratification by the U.S. House of Representatives – by persuading Democratic congressmen to defect to the Republican camp and vote against their president. The destruction and devastation he avoided inflicting on the nuclear facilities scattered throughout Iran, he now wants to wreck on what’s left of U.S.-Israel relations. Here we again see his compulsive gambler syndrome: After losing his pants, he’s now putting his underwear on the roulette wheel in a move that experts on American politics say hasn’t much of a chance.

In this context, the call by Likud ministers for “internal cohesion that’s been lacking until now” sounds pathetic. Why exactly is Netanyahu demanding that Labor’s Isaac Herzog, Yesh Atid’s Yair Lapid, Meretz’s Zehava Galon and Yisrael Beiteinu’s Avigdor Lieberman join him? So they can share responsibility for the worsening of the fight between Israel and the leader of the free world?


Might find this interesting….

Inside each blog dashboard is a section which tells you the most searched for topics by people Googling. Last evening I noticed what the most searched topic was and was shocked. This is what topic Christians are looking for information on:

prayer for money, prayer for money miracle, money angels, prayer to angel of god for money

Does this shock or surprise anyone else?


[VOM Radio] Muslims Finding Christ: “I’m Sick of Killing”

From Voice of the Martyrs Radio

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Published on Jul 2, 2015

The sheikh had just exited Syria, where he’d been providing Islamic theological training to ISIS fighters. Now, he was looking for a Bible. Not to burn it—but to learn more about Jesus Christ. This Islamic teacher is not alone; God is working in the hearts of Muslims all over the Middle East—even the hearts of radical ISIS fighters trained to find glory in bloodshed. After years in the Middle East as a part of Operation Mobilization, “Julian” will share amazing true stories of God’s Kingdom advancing among Arab Muslims. He’ll also share how Christians are facing persecution, and being empowered by God to stand strong, and even to forgive those who kill their family members. Celebrate with us the stories of God’s advancing Kingdom this week on The Voice of the Martyrs Radio Network.

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The Broad-way, the Narrow Way, and Abuse

This was shared with me by Teresa at Facebook this evening. I hope you will follow the link and read it all—it’s very much worth reading. As I commented back to her, the narrow road is definitely less traveled these days and can be, on occasion, a “lonely” road. 

From A Cry for Justice, by Jeff Crippen:

I thought I would share the first portion of the sermon I will deliver tomorrow morning at Christ Reformation Church in Tillamook as an encouragement to our readers:

The Large Majority of Professing Christians Travel on Broadway, and thus are not Christians at all

Matthew 7:12-16  “So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.  “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many.  For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few. “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves.  You will recognize them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thornbushes, or figs from thistles?

Now here is a point that I am trying to emphasize more and more lately.  These kinds of warnings in Scripture are primarily addressed to people who claim to be followers of Christ….

And so it is here in Matthew 7. Christ is telling us about two ways: the narrow gate, and the way that leads to destruction.  He compares and contrasts the two:

Narrow Way                                                                             Broadway

Narrow (difficult) Wide and easy
Leads to life Leads to destruction
Few travelers Packed with traffic
True Prophets False Prophets

Continue reading this excellent message here


Do You Know This?

Came across this at Facebook. Surprisingly, and sadly, many American Christians do not know this.

who is a real jew?


The Remnant

Thinking of the remnant this evening, wondering if they are experiencing many of the same emotions I have been experiencing for many months. The Spirit led me to Ezekiel chapter 9: 1-4

Then I heard him call out in a loud voice, “Bring near those who are appointed to execute judgment on the city, each with a weapon in his hand.” And I saw six men coming from the direction of the upper gate, which faces north, each with a deadly weapon in his hand. With them was a man clothed in linen who had a writing kit at his side. They came in and stood beside the bronze altar.

Now the glory of the God of Israel went up from above the cherubim, where it had been, and moved to the threshold of the temple. Then the Lord called to the man clothed in linen who had the writing kit at his side and said to him, “Go throughout the city of Jerusalem and put a mark on the foreheads of those who grieve and lament over all the detestable things that are done in it.”

Are you lamenting and grieving over what we call Christianity here in America? Does it break your heart to see the emptiness within the eyes of those you pass on the street or see at work daily…or worse yet, the fact that many others don’t have a clue as they keep living their lives as though there will be no day of judgment…no “calling to account” what has been done in this life?

I believe the remnant is deeply grieving and lamenting what we are witnessing. Silently.


Abrahams Blessing – The Dispensationalist Dilemma

Excellent bible teaching by Steve Lumbley at Apostasy Watch.

The question before us is this: should one interpret the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament or should one interpret the New Testament by the Old Testament?

Dispensationalism rests largely on the latter while I (and the authors of the New Testament) believe the former is the correct way to interpret scripture.

Let’s start with a very basic and fundamental example of each style of interpretation using Genesis 12:2-3

We’ve discussed the misinterpretation of Genesis 12: 2-3 on a number of occasions, but if you still have questions, check out Steve’s post:  Abrahams Blessing – The Dispensationalist Dilemma

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