European intrigue behind push for "Palestine"

Written by David Ben-Ariel

If Israel concedes to a Palestinian state it would constitute "a hideous act of self-mutilation" (as Churchill referred to Great Britain's proposed surrender of India).

Such an Amalekite entity onrepparttar biblical lands of Judea and Samaria (so-called West Bank) would surely incur divine wrath (Numbers 33:55).

If Israel self-righteously refuses to destroyrepparttar 149456 threat to their existence, such a state will further destabilize and destroy them (Dan. 9:11). GERMANY AND THE VATICAN ARE BEHIND THE PALESTINIAN DRIVE FOR STATEHOOD (Ps. 83). Even as Germany andrepparttar 149457 Vatican collaborated against Serbia to further their FOURTH REICH,repparttar 149458 consequent trouble and turmoil inrepparttar 149459 Middle East that will surely follow any "Palestinian" attempts to divide Jerusalem will providerepparttar 149460 opening and excuse for Europe to intervene!

Europe realizes that their emerging Catholic kingdom is incomplete withoutrepparttar 149461 crown of JERUSALEM. Europe is prepared to aid and abetrepparttar 149462 "Palestinian" goal of making East Jerusalem Judenrein! (Zech. 14:2). However, they'll surprise Ishmael when they seizerepparttar 149463 coveted Temple Mount for themselves!

God-given Names

Written by David Ben-Ariel

I was born David A. Hoover on January 10, 1960 in Bowling Green, Ohio. However, I legally changed my name to David Ben-Ariel (withrepparttar help of my Jewish lawyer) duringrepparttar 149455 Spring of 1989. It cost me $300.00.

It also required that I take out a small ad in a newspaper announcing my intentions 30 days beforehand. I placed my ad inrepparttar 149456 Bowling Green Sentinel.

I also had to appear before a judge (it depends on what county you were born) for him to privately question my motivations. He was assured by my lawyer that I wasn't running fromrepparttar 149457 law or trying to escape some outstanding debt, but that my reasons were religious in nature. The judge accepted that but wanted to impress upon me that I could have "trouble" with that name in America, without elaborating. I felt he meant because it was Jewish and/or could be difficult for some to know how to pronounce. I told him I wasn't concerned about it since I planned on moving to Israel anyway.

My reasons for changing my name were religious in nature. Why? Because I honestly feel that Ben-Ariel is a God-given name. And why would I feel that way? Because after a Hebrew class where my teacher mentioned how many people change their names when they move to Israel, I went home wondering what surname I would have in Israel, knowing my first name is already Hebrew.

I had always likedrepparttar 149458 Hebrew last name of Ben-Ammi, after reading it in Leon Uris' book Exodus, since it means "son of my people," but while thinking about it and wondering what name my father would've given me, if he would've given me a Hebrew name, I didn't know. I then knelt down in prayer and asked God what name, IF ANY, would He give me since He's my Heavenly Father, and I couldn't ask my dad because he died when I was twelve.

I expected God to perhaps lead or guide or influence me to like a particular name, but immediately ARIEL flashed into my mind and immediately I rejected it. Why? Because it means "the Lion of God" and I felt such a name only belongs to Jesus Christ,repparttar 149459 Lion ofrepparttar 149460 Tribe of Judah. While wondering aboutrepparttar 149461 name of Ariel, I remembered that Israel's defense minister was Ariel Sharon (whom I've since met in Jerusalem and Hebron). I reluctantly decided to keeprepparttar 149462 name in reserve (since it was really impressed upon me!) until God or circumstances might lead me to accept another, and went to bed.

The Bible mentions MANY INCIDENTS where God chose to change someone's name or to name them before their birth. It is unusual but it's not unscriptural. There was Abraham, Sarah, and Isaac (Gen. 17:5, 15, 19); Ishmael (Gen. 16:11); Solomon (I Chron. 22:9) and Solomon's nickname Jedidiah (2 Sam. 12:25); Cyrus (Isa. 44:28; 45:4); Johnrepparttar 149463 Baptist (Lk. 1:13); Jesus (Matt. 1:21); Peter andrepparttar 149464 two brothers James and John whom Jesus nicknamed "sons of thunder" (Mk. 3:16-17); just to name a few.

God promises to give us each a new and unique name inrepparttar 149465 Kingdom, either in place of or in addition to our current one (Rev. 2:17), as well as sharing Jesus' new name and bearingrepparttar 149466 Father's name as Priest-Kings (Rev. 3:12, 14; Ex. 28:36; Lev. 8:9). God has many name or titles, descriptive of His wonderful qualities and characteristics (Isa. 9:6). The Jews even teach that God's Hebrew name Elohim (literally Gods) is plural due torepparttar 149467 fact that God is too great to be constrained to one name, and is used inrepparttar 149468 sense ofrepparttar 149469 royal "We." That's why Elohim said "let us...." We understand that it's also because there's presently two God-Beings inrepparttar 149470 one Kingdom of God, like Adam and Eve were two separate people who both sharedrepparttar 149471 surname Adam as one family unit (Gen. 2:24; 5:2; Jn. 10:30).

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