IS ANYTHING TOO HARD FOR GOD TO DO?Written by Irvin L. Rozier
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Is obstacle you are facing solid as a brick wall It will crumble to dust if upon Him you will call Nothing is too hard for God and his mighty power God changed languages when men built Babel tower
Copyright 2005 Irvin L. Rozier
Author of My Walk with the Lord, www.selahbooks.com, various other articles and poems (do a google or yahoo search on my name), preacher, retired military, Chaplain of American Legion Post 181
The Last LionWritten by David Ben-Ariel
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England's new leader, were he to prevail, would have to be everything England's decent, civilized Establishment had rejected (sound familiar? those impotent ones who worry about reputation and remaining polite and respectable aren't effective in facing Challenge)... Their successor would have to be a passionate Manichaen who saw world as a medieval struggle to death between powers of good and powers of evil, who held that individuals are responsible for their actions and that German dictator was therefore wicked...Like Adolf Hitler he would have to be a leader of intuitive genius, a born demagogue in original sense of word, a believer in supremacy of his race and his national destiny (not one who has forgotten or miserably doubts his Identity), an artist who knew how to gather blazing light of history into his prism... Such a man, if he existed, would be England's last chance. In London there was such a man."
The question begs to be answered whether or not there's such a man in Jerusalem today; whether Israel will finally have a leader who will boldly reclaim Judaism's holiest site, Temple Mount, and will refuse to tolerate Amalekites claiming Jerusalem as their capital! A leader who knows and understands that Holy Land was promised to Israel and not to Ishmael. If not, and Zion and Jerusalem fall to Catholic Europe because we've failed to heed Churchillian warnings, and shamefully despised those Christian-Zionists and Jews who delivered them, then Messiah will surely save us out of dreadful "Time of Jacob's Trouble" - but we'll have first suffered greatest tribulation to strike planet earth.
David Ben-Ariel, an American author who has travelled widely and who has lived throughout Israel, shares a special focus on the Middle East and great interest in Jerusalem, reflected in hard-hitting articles that help others improve their understanding of that troubled region. Check out www.benariel.com