Over the river Euphrates comes Islam, the kings from the East

On December 22, 2011 by Admin

Headlines 12/22/2011

 Don’t Stop at Iraq: Why the U.S. Should Withdraw From the Entire Persian Gulf

This will be a divided kingdom, the people will be a mixture and will not remain united

At Least 63 Killed in Iraq Bombings

Arab League Monitors Enter Syria

Ships of the western coastlands will oppose him, and he will lose heart. Then he will turn back and vent his fury against the holy covenant.

U.S. Admits Blame in Pakistan Strike

U.S. Embassy Backs Biden on Taliban

You will hear of wars and rumors of wars – “Come,” they say, “let us destroy them (Israel) as a nation, that the name Israel be remembered no more.” – Psalm 83:4

Iran starts building a nuclear weapon: US and Israel tighten cooperation


The U.S. left Iraq this week. They left without taking Iraqi oil. They left without sealing the mark of democracy upon its people. The U.S. left Iraq this week only to witness the collapse of its sandy foundation. After a nine year long campaign of exchanging American lives for the sake of liberty, the U.S. leaves Iraq as they found it – divided. It took only days for interior violence to rage. The power grab is on. It’s on in Libya and in Egypt. It’s on in Syria, Afghanistan, North Korea, and Pakistan. The power grab is on in Lebanon and in Palestine. What the White House hoped would take months has materialized in just days. We have already lost Iraq. We have lost it to the same menace that is raging across all of the other Islamic nations; we’ve lost it to the Destroyer.

In the days when Saddam Hussein was playing a deadly game of chicken with the United States the very same arguments were being had. There were a large minority of people saying we were after Iraqi oil. We beat the Iraqis. We captured Baghdad and hunted down their ruthless leader. If we wanted their oil, it was ours for the taking. On our departure, the gates were locked behind us. Within those gates stayed Iraqi oil. We were there because the Destroyer convinced his drones to hijack four planes with American families on-board. We were there because those four planes massacred 3,000 people in the name of Allah. We were in Iraq then for the same reason we should be there now; to hold back the Destroyer who is hell-bent on our destruction.

According to the article above, the U.S. has no business in the Middle East. Although the the tired old argument of stealing other country’s resources has not played out, their argument never gets old. There are many who would prefer that we turn a blind eye on Israel and her safety. We’ve done it before. Hitler amassed his army, swept up three out of every four European Jews and used them to fuel his furnaces. It is from such a lesson that we stand up in the Middle East. We’re it. Without the United States, Israel would be little more than two towers awaiting the bird of prey from the east. “Wherever you are, death will overtake you, though you are in towers raised high, And if good befalls them, they say: This is from Allah.” – Qur’an 4:78 The Destroyer, al-Mumit, has 98 other names; including Allah. The tall buildings they seek to destroy are the vessels of God; those inhabited by the saints.

God created this powerful nation to crush the advance of Japan and Germany in WWII. In doing so, Israel was reunited as a nation. God created this powerful nation to advance the idea of liberty and freedom; to protect those who could not protect themselves. We were the model of compassion in feeding those who could not feed themselves. Now, when Israel is existentially threatened by the Destroyer, America’s leaders say, “We are no longer just a Christian nation…” and “What business is it of ours?” I won’t mention names but their initials are B. H.U.S.S.E.I.N. O.B.A.M.A. and R.O.N. P.A.U.L.

Of those who support such an argument, would they of held to it 75 years ago when Hitler was building his ovens? The sad answer is ‘probably.’ That’s what the world did. What business was it of theirs anyway? We have sent our military machinery and our men into the cave of bears and into the den of lions for one reason – to hold back the Destroyer. The end was scripted this way from the beginning. The only way it cannot be seen is to turn and run from the written truth; it’s called ‘normalcy bias.’ Most Christian pastors are un-willing to step out of the normalcy that is of the earth’s continuance and into the written truth which describes the end. To do so would seem ridiculous, fatalistic, and slightly bonkers. Like the pharisees who rejected Jesus, the vast majority of current day teachers reject the signs of Jesus’ return. There is a line they refuse to cross. It’s a red-line warning teachers that they are held to a higher standard and who will be judged more strictly. I have been warned that because I have no ‘authoritative’ teaching of Biblical meaning, I am un-qualified to write from the pages of the Bible. This same lesson has been taught by the Romans for almost 1,700 years now. They leave the reading, writing, and interpretation up to other men; this is not understanding – it’s tradition. It doesn’t take a scholar to reach back into history and overlay its events into what was prophetic Scripture. The only red-line man has in knowledge and understanding is that which he draws himself. I have gone here and there to increase knowledge. I have read both truth and lies. As to which is which is available only to those who care enough to seek it.

Israel has drawn and Iran has crossed that red-line. They are assembling a bomb. Whether they already have one, two, or many from North Korea is only of speculation. But now they are building their own. As Muhammad did, they have kept their horses at the ready in the frontier. It is Israel they want and it is Israel they are determined to kill. In the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad, he states, “Judgment day will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews, and the Muslims will kill the Jews, and then the Jews will hide behind stones or trees, and the stone or the tree will say: Oh Muslim, oh servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him – except for the Gharqad, which is a tree of the Jews.” Has not Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said almost identical things? Did not Hitler say such things only to have his rants dismissed as rhetoric?

“I am going to make Jerusalem a cup that sends all the surrounding peoples reeling. Judah will be besieged as well as Jerusalem. On that day when all the nations of the earth are gathered against her, I will make Jerusalem an immovable rock for all the nations. All who try to move it will injure themselves. On that day I will strike every horse with panic and its rider with madness,” declares the Lord. “I will keep a watchful eye over the house of Judah, but I will blind all the horses of the nations. Then the leaders of Judah will say in their hearts, ‘The people of Jerusalem are strong, because the Lord Almighty is their God.’

The U.S. left Iraq this week. Within it we left them their oil fields, their divisive terrorism, and the Euphrates river. It is over the Euphrates river that the way is prepared for the kings of the East – Islam. “The sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, and its water was dried up to prepare the way for the kings from the East.” Rev 16:12

Between Israel and Iran is the Euphrates. Between Syria and Iran is the Euphrates. As the Israeli war planes fly eastward toward Iran, the Iranian convoys will be speeding west to Syria supplying Bashar al-Assad’s troops and the Iranian proxies Hamas and Hezbollah; all of them crossing the great Euphrates river. The water continues to recede, the level continues to drop. It began to recede on August 8th. Barack Obama’s stated withdrawal of troops from Iraq revealed the mountain’s peaks on October 21st. And now, the waters have receded far enough to dry up (to pass over) the great river Euphrates. In the process, Damascus will no longer be a city but a heap of ruins and God will blind the Islamic horses made ready at the frontier. They are all being gathered for the battle on the great day of God Almighty.

It’s all made possible because the U.S. left Iraq this week…

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