Prophecy about Damascus
The oracle concerning Damascus.
1“Behold, Damascus is about to be removed from being a city
And will become a fallen ruin.
2 “The cities of Aroer are forsaken;
They will be for flocks to lie down in,
And there will be no one to frighten them.
3 “The fortified city will disappear from Ephraim,
And sovereignty from Damascus
Damascus no longer exists, coming soon !
Missiles reportedly hit weapons depot at Mazzeh airbase, considered a major strategic asset for Assad; report claims high-ranking officials killed.
Officials in Jerusalem have said they take action to stop the transfer of advanced weapons to terror groups.
Israel has to take care of business because the worthless United, Useless Nations failed to enforce their Resolution 1701 against Hezbollah’s rearming in Lebanon.
(hat tip watch.org)
Repercussions by Syria against Israel ?
These repercussions shall lead to the fulfillment of the Isaiah 17:1 prophecy where Damascus is no more. I believe we are getting very close to this day, especially with Russia giving Syria’s Assad the backing he needs to do something very stupid against Israel.
The enemies of Israel like Syria can not see that their countries have been destroyed because they are under the judgments of the Holy One of Israel for their many failed wars to wipe out the Jewish state.
hat tip – Linda Sorci
Among the eight dead was Khattab al-Qahtani, a senior al-Qaida official from the Persian Gulf region with reported ties to Osama bin Laden, as well as a Syrian al-Qaida commander from the country’s east and a militant belonging to the Turkistan Islamic Party, a faction of Chinese jihadis fighting in Syria.
Stupid French socialist, godless leftist fools have destroyed France as we once knew it.
Radicalization is happening through the funding of mosques by Qatar who is importing to France their radicalized version of Islam.
Recent events paint a picture of a government that is secretly facilitating the Islamic State while oppressing its own minorities and journalists.
I saved the best for last
“But we will continue — the important thing is the word of God, even if preached in a store.”
“It is not easy nowadays,” said Barbosa. “The peculiar thing is that recently many shops have been turned into churches. Where does Angola go from here?”
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