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MidEast Prophecy Update February 14th 2016
So yesterday, I usually do the prophecyupdates on Saturday; I just completed the preparation of today's prophecy updatewhen all of a sudden all of my TV screens lit up with the breaking newsthat U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia had died. This is huge; and theimplications are huge. It was reported that he died in his sleep of naturalcauses while on a hunting trip at a West Texas ranch. Very interesting, veryuntimely death; and as you might imagine this deals a devastating blow toconservatism in America. I don't know how well you're acquainted with thisparticular justice, but this was a man
who stood on the word of God. I have toconfess that I was a little taken aback when shortly after the news of his deaththe president of the united states had a press conference; and made it very clearin no uncertain terms that he would nominate a replacement. Thatto me represents, and this is an understatement, a worstcase scenario. Ithink it's going to be a vicious political battle in this an election year, as if it'snot already vicious enough. I think this is something that we really need tocommit to prayer. You might remember that he was the one that had the scathingrebuke in his dissenting opinion on the
Supreme Court ruling legalizing samesexmarriage. I want to share just a couple of quotes. I actually have a PDF file of thedissent; and his dissent is just, I mean, this was a very brilliant man; andhe was really a purist in the sense of constitutional law. In his dissent hesaid: quot;'Today's decree says that my ruler, and the ruler of three hundred andtwenty million Americans coast to coast, is the majority of the nine lawyers onthe Supreme Court.quot; Most notable were his closing comments, where he said this:quot;Hubris is sometimes defined as o'erweening pride; and pride, we know, goeth before a fall.quot;, referring to the Proverb, quot;The
Judiciary is the â€œleast dangerousâ€� of the federal branches because it has â€œneither Force nor Will, but merely judgment; and must ultimately depend upon the aid of the executive armquot; and the States' quot;evenfor the efficacy of its judgments.quot; With each decision of ours that takes fromthe People,quot; listen, quot;a question properly left to themwith each decision that isunabashedly based not on law, but on the â€œreasoned judgmentâ€� of a bare majority of this Courtâ€”we move one step closer to being reminded of our impotence.quot; Lastly I want to share with you oneof his most famous quotes in which he
said: quot;Have the courage to have yourwisdom regarded as stupidity. Be fools for Christ. And have the courage tosuffer the contempt of the sophisticated world.quot; That's first Corinthians, 'God has chosen the foolish things of this world to confound the wise,' and to be courageouswhen, not if, that happens;. And he was a model of that. Very courageous in hisdissent and his scathing rebuke. I was online on Twitter and other social media,and some people arre even going as far as suggesting that it's kind of peculiarand suspicious. He was 79 years old, and he's there on a hunting trip; and hedies in his sleep of natural causesé
You know I'm keenly aware thatconspiracies abound; and I think I've been relatively careful over the yearsto not err on the side of being too conspiratorial. I hope that's the right wayto say that. I don't know even how to pronounce the word, so there you go. But sometimes there is I think merit tothat which is often dismissed as conspiracy. The only thing that I've beenable to sort of reconcile within my own heart concerning conspiracies is, God knows. Iheard one Bible teacher say one time: quot;Is
MidEast Prophecy Update July 10th 2016
All right. Well let's get to today'sprophecy update. I sense that the Lord would have meshare with you something that he had ministered to me in light of the eventsof last week. And what a week it was. First though, I hope you'll bear with meuntil we get to the conclusion of today's update, which is why I wanted toget to it. I want to sort of recap the busy andI'll add Grievous week that we just witnessed here in America. If you'reanything like me, and I suspect you are, it was really a hard week. I found myselfweeping more than once,
just such a difficult week. From theannouncement by the FBI director James Comey at the beginning of the week tothe assassination of police officers and everything in between towards the end of the week. And thiseven on going as we speak. I was watching just this morning, as the protests, if youcan imagine. continue. I suppose you could say thatwhile we as Christians shouldn't be surprised or alarmed, it is at the very least very disturbing.Surprising, no; disturbing,
yes. I'll begin with what was arguablythe most disturbing news from last week, starting with this Times of Israel report from yesterday.And you'll forgive me for quoting other news sources, other than, if i can help it,other than domestic here in the US, because again you'll forgive me, butthe media here in the United States of America is just, it's really bad, and it's getting worse, sadly.
That's not to say that these other newssources are necessarily that much better, but they are certainly better than thenews. Just to give an example, I'm watching onmy multiple TV screens as all of this is unfolding, and in the wake of five policeofficers being assassinated by this demon possessed man, and he's a demonpossessed, was a demonpossessed man. You have to be demonpossessed to do whathe did. CNN is focusing on the police who are, aswe'll talk about hear more in a moment, guilty without even having theopportunity to be proven innocent.
And that's all they'reshowin. They're not showing the people who pulled over and stood up and honoredthis fallen hero, whose life was taken by this demon possessed man.They weren't showing that on CNN. They showed it on Fox, to their credit. But on CNN, they're showing the Baton Rouge and the other, i forget where it was, thatit took place. There was two of them last week, righté Well the Times of Israel reports on howthat thousands of protesters are continuing to take to the streets. Theydid so Friday, and yesterday, and even as
of today as well, under the banner ofpeaceful protests. And this after what they're calling a black extremists, that's what they're calling him, shotdead five police officers, during what was supposed to be a peaceful marchagainst police brutality, in Texas. While the White House ruled out any linkbetween the gunman and known terrorist organizations, there was a problem. The problem is, is that Micah Johnson's facebook pageties him to a number of organizations