Hikers find Second Temple period engravings of menorah in Judean Shephelah cistern
The UN General Assembly on Wednesday adopted six resolutions on “Palestinian and Middle East issues,” ranging from Jerusalem to the United Nations special information program on the question of Palestine. The good news is that Israel still has a smattering of friends at the UN: Canada, Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Nauru, Palau, and the United States (and Israel, of course) voted against; Australia, Cameroon, Honduras, Guatemala, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Tonga, and Vanuatu abstained. The rest, 153 world nations that include places where you plan to spend your vacation this summer or buy your car, condemned Israel as being responsible for most of the ills of the planet, especially the Middle East.
For instance, Haya al-Duraie, representing Kuwait which in 1991 expelled 400,000 Palestinians into the desert, expressed support for international efforts that were laying the foundation for security and stability in the region. “However,” the ambassador warned, “the faltering peace process continues to present a danger to the Middle East.”
There you have it.
The UN press release on the assembly votes, includes a section dealing with the “Situation in the Middle East.” One would expect this section to deal with the 500,000 Syrians who died and millions who were uprooted in the past six years; with the war between Shiites and Sunnis in Iraq; with Iran’s nuclear threat and its region-wide terrorism; with Egypt’s paralyzing poverty; perhaps with the discriminatory policies of Saudi Arabia. Alas, one would be wrong. According to the UN General Assembly, there are two main issues threatening stability and peace in the Middle East: Israel’s “occupation” of Jerusalem and Israel’s refusal to hand over the Golan Heights to the Assad Regime. CONTINUE BELOW
I do not always agree with Ben-Nun but I respect his insight. The fact he is a Messianic Jew living in eastern Europe gives him an unique perspective.
One thing I don’t agree with him on is his thought that the Pope will rule the NWO. No doubt the Pope will play a significance role, possibly as the false prophet, but I think the anti-christ is still hiding backstage.
Anyway, Ben-Nun begins this video with additional thoughts on Steve Pieczenik. Friends, we need to be praying for wisdom and discernment! Pieczenik’s background positions him to be either the ideal ally or foe. He is certainly capable of knowing just how to mess with people psychologically.
It does seem odd that all of a sudden Hillary is being thrown under the bus. I can’t help but wonder if they want Trump to be elected so they can then initiate riots and civil unrest. The patriots will stand behind their man Trump. Perhaps they are wanting another civil war, one which will dissolve the U.S. as we’ve always known it so it can merge into its position in the NWO as part of one of the 10 kingdoms. These 10 kingdoms are mentioned in Daniel, but has already been mapped out by the Club of Rome and the U.N.
I just don’t know. That’s why I say we need wisdom and discernment. Regardless, we need to keep one very important thing in mind and that is:
And He changes the times and the seasons; He removes kings and raises up kings; He gives wisdom to the wise And knowledge to those who have understanding.Daniel 2:21 NKJV
Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God. Romans 13:1 NKJV
Even so, COME QUICKLY LORD JESUS!