Thursday, April 21, 2016

Seal Four: Could (Zika) Virus/Wars Kill Two Billion People?

Scientists at the University of Oxford have produced this new map charting the potential spread of the Zika virus across the worldMy rules for the Seals of Revelation are:

Revelation’s Seals must open before the Time of Jacob’s Trouble, the final seven years of Great Tribulation. I believe the first three Seals are open, and we don’t realize Seal Four is about to impact the world like we’ve never seen: Causing 1.8 billion deaths.
Opening Seals resemble birth pangs in timing, intensity, and duration between pangs. Compare worldwide birth pangs to the increased discomfort felt by expectant mothers. Mothers notice increased agitation, lower back pain, spurts of energy, an increased desire to clean or prepare the nest, and their hips feel like their spreading. As a result of worldwide problems, do you feel these symptoms? Are you suddenly prepping physically or spiritually as a result?

Directions of Seals: Based on Zechariah 6 directions, One-white is from the west, Two-red is from the east, Three-black is from the south, and Four-Green, our present Seal, is from the South. If we’re entering the time of the Fourth Seal, then one-fourth of the world’s population (1.8 billion) should die sometime soon. I believe you should notice the wars, famines, diseases and biological warfare emanating from the southern climes.
When he broke the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living being say, “Go!” I looked, and there in front of me was a pallid, sickly-looking [green] horse. Its rider’s name was Death, and Sh’ol followed behind him. They were given authority [exousia-greater delegated power to Satan!] to kill [by the Rhomphaia Supernatural Sword] one-quarter [1.8 billion] of the world by war, by famine, by plagues and with the wild [Zombie-like people or] animals [read: Microscopic animals, like viruses] of the earth. Revelation 6:7-8 (CJB)

Sending millions to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympics is like suicide.
Zika threatens TWO BILLION people across the world: New maps reveal where virus is likely to strike - as experts predict millions of births will occur in these areas, raising the risk of microcephaly

More than two billion people are at risk of Zika virus, experts warn, as they reveal a new map that indicates those areas at greatest risk....Meanwhile, a large portion of tropical and subtropical regions also have highly suitable environmental conditions, and are on the at-risk list.
In total, these areas are inhabited by more than 2.17 billion people, scientists at the University of Oxford and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation in Seattle, estimate. Researchers produced a fine-scale global map of Zika virus transmission, as part of their study. Recent analysis has revealed the Zika virus was first introduced to Brazil in 2013, where it circulated undetected until it was eventually reported for the first time last year. Read more:

Global cost of India-Pakistan nuclear war: 21 million dead, ozone layer destroyed and more

If India and Pakistan fought a war detonating 100 nuclear warheads (around half of their combined arsenal), each equivalent to a 15-kiloton Hiroshima bomb, more than 21 million people will be directly killed, about half the world's protective ozone layer would be destroyed, and a "nuclear winter” would cripple the monsoons and agriculture worldwide. Abheet Singh Sethi
Will world events change to resemble the carnage of Revelation’s Fourth Seal in the next few months? I don’t know. The 1.8 billion deaths will come from a combination of war, disease, famine, and man-made viruses. The stage seems to be set, and something is holding events back.

At the beginning [reshith] I announce the end [achareit-end of days], proclaim in advance things not yet done; and I say that my plan will hold, I will do everything I please to do. I call a bird of prey from the east, the man I intended, from a distant country. I have spoken and will bring it about; I have made a plan, and I will fulfill it. Listen to me, you stubborn people, so far from righteousness: I am bringing my justice nearer, it is not far away; my salvation will not be delayed, I will place my salvation in Tziyon for Isra’el my glory. Isaiah 46:10-13 (CJB)

Shalom and Happy Passover!

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Is 2017 The Messiah's Jubilee Year?

Jerusalem Liberation Day  Jerusalem Liberation Day Photo Credit: Wikipedia commons
Normally, I don’t cut and paste another person’s opinion in entirety, because my readers come to this site for my opinions. However, this article is prescient! [my comments are in brackets]
Jewish Press: The coming calendar year should be a year of celebrations,” writes Ari Shavit, author of the 2013 New York Times Best Seller, “My Promised Land: The Triumph and Tragedy of Israel.” Shavit notes the abundance of major anniversaries awaiting us in 2017:

August 31, 2017 marks the 120th anniversary of the First Zionist Congress, in 1897 [120 years]. It’s hard to imagine today what a brave and inspired event it was, which turned overnight the yearnings of a nation into a solid, pragmatic political agenda. Then, November 2, 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration [100 years-two Jubilees]. Again, who would have believed that the most prominent imperialist power, the successor of the Roman Empire, if you will, would give its enthusiastic support to a political, territorial response to the millennia of Jewish yearnings for Zion. Then, if that’s not enough, November 29, 2017 marks the 70th anniversary of the United Nations’ decision to establish a Jewish state in the Land of Israel [70 years]. An idea that was galvanized 120 years ago and received a strong boost 100 years ago became a wide confirmation by the nations of the world 70 years ago. [According to R. Judah ben Samuel (1140-1217), 2017 is the tenth Jubilee from 1517, making it the Messiah’s Jubilee ]
But that’s not all. After all the above had been said and gone, Israel received a gift that could only be described as coming from God himself. On June 5th, 2017, Jews everywhere will celebrate the liberation of biblical Jerusalem, along with the last areas of the Land of Israel which had remained under foreign occupation: eastern Jerusalem, including the old city and the Temple Mount; Judea, birthplace of King David; Samaria, where the Kingdom of Israel ruled for several centuries; Gaza, where Jews have lived for millennia, and the Sinai — the wilderness where the nation received its founding document, the Torah; and the Golan Heights, where Jews have been making wine and growing winter wheat since King David chased away the Arameans [50 years-one Jubilee].

But then a terrible thing happened: the very gift that restored a tiny, frightened country to its historic size and made its enemies hide in fear of its wrath — became the focal point of enmity between brothers and the stage upon which generations of Israelis have been fighting their wars over the identity of their homeland. Meanwhile, Israel’s leaders lost their nerve, and instead of turning the almost inconceivable victory into a boon for national expansion and enrichment, both spiritually and physically, annexed eastern Jerusalem but handed Temple Mount to Arab control, annexed the Golan Heights but stopped short of annexing Judea, Samaria, Gaza and the Sinai [Giving back Jerusalem delayed the Messiah by one Jubilee].
Instead of making 1967 the beginning of mass immigration of dedicated, inspired Jews to their homeland, Israeli governments fretted over the “problem” of the territories. Is it legal for Jews to live on the “West Bank”? Should Israel instead use the territories to seduce its neighbors into recognizing the Jews’ right to live? Wouldn’t an expansion into the “territories” only encourage the religious, rightwing elements who were already increasing in number and pushing to rid the country of its traditional, Socialist leadership?

And so, with its hesitation, Israel clued the gentile nations as to how it wanted its new territories to be viewed. And that slippery slope continues to this day to do its devilish work. Prime Minister Menachem Begin established this immoral notion as a praiseworthy protocol: “Territory for Peace.” The Egyptians in 1978 agreed to recognize Israel’s right to exist, and in return they received a swath of land as big as Portugal which they had failed to conquer in war.
Israel’s failure to annex all of its liberated lands actually jeopardized the legitimacy of the areas it did annex. Eastern Jerusalem is not recognized as part of Israel by any country, because Israel has declared in 1993 that it would “return” the other liberated lands to their “rightful owners,” the Arabs. If those lands do not belong to Israel by its own declaration, why should anyone recognize that those other lands — Jerusalem and the Golan — are any different?

With that failure of nerve guiding Israeli foreign and defense policy for the entire past 50 years, the Israeli Left has big plans for the remarkable year of celebrated miracles of 2017. Ari Shavit wrote in Ha’aretz Thursday: “Half a century is a milestone. Half a century is also a wake-up call. There are no more excuses and justifications and there is no more ‘tomorrow.’ The permanency of the occupation is becoming an integral part of our life and our identity. Thus it is endangering the State of Israel, the Jewish people and the Jewish heritage. Before the Palestinians embark on the 50th-year intifada and before the international community imposes the 50th-year sanctions on us, it is incumbent upon us to find the courage to end the 50-year curse by ourselves, for ourselves.”
Just like that. The biblical lands where our entire history took shape, where Jewish kings and prophets, warriors and farmers walked and fought and preached and traded — they are a curse to the Israeli left. The divide that began to open 50 years ago has become unbridgeable, save for yet another Divine intervention. But as patriotic Jews and lovers of Zion, we must spend the coming year in celebration of all those miracles, in thanksgiving, in a Zionist jubilee party that starts now and goes all the way to 2018.

We are Jews, we are Zionists [am Israel chai for me too!], we are happy — get used to it! – Read more at:
But to you who fear my name, the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its wings; and you will break out leaping, like calves released from the stall. You will trample the wicked, they will be ashes under the soles of your feet on the day when I take action,” says Adonai-Tzva’ot. Malachi 3:20-21 (CJB)

Why Jews should throw candy at the Christian marchers in Jerusalem. Watch: