Fowl: Turkey Trying To ‘Provoke An Incident’ With Israel In The Mediterranean ‘That Could Have Strategic Repercussions’

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Looks like Turkey is trying to play a game of chicken …

Ezekiel 38:1-3a, “And the word of the LORD came unto me, saying, Son of man, set thy face against Gog, the land of Magog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal, and prophesy against him, And say, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I am against thee, O Gog …”

World Tribune – “Turkey has been challenging Israel’s military throughout the Mediterranean.

Military sources said Turkey has used its Navy and Air Force to disrupt Israeli operations around the Mediterranean. They said the Turkish Air Force and Navy harassed Israeli warplanes during patrols and exercises over the last six months.

‘They are trying to provoke an incident with us that…

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Dear brother Stewart.. Here is a dream a dear sister had in 2008 concerning Obama care…way before even the second election.. IS IT TRUE?????? ONLY TIME WILL TELL.. But I WOULD VENTURE TO SAY IT IS A VERY REAL POSSIBILITY!!!!!!!..In October 2008 I had the following dream:

I saw the Election in November 2008 and I saw that McCain was running but he would not be elected, I also saw Hillary Clinton running for President. The End Result was that Obama was elected and that he won the Presidency and it was a Historical moment in time. I not only saw him win this election but he also won a second term in the future 2012.

In this dream I watched Obama get on TV, it was in the future not 2008, I felt it was 2012. He went on all TV stations stating that his Obama care plan would…

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Our Mcafee days are numbered. My sanity already moved!

It has been a busy few days.

You may recall we are moving. It is just one county over, but moving is moving right? After literally months of not knowing if we were going to move or stay put, now that the house has been purchased it has been full steam ahead.

We are moving to an old farmhouse. The core of the home was built in the 20s with additions added in the sixties. It sat vacant for a few months. We’ve ripped up old carpet, put down new floors, painted and of course scrubbed. Well, to be honest my dad and helpful friends and family have done the bulk of the work.

The “new” house is looking great, the “old” one…not so much! I am amazed at how much stuff we actually have and feel overwhelmed with the organizing, sorting, and decision of what to keep or toss.

I’m just glad when I move from this world, to Jesus’ kingdom, I won’t have to pack!