August 01, 2006

Despite the war, the Israeli government is moving ahead to destroy Jewish homes in Judea and Samaria

On the day that marks the one year anniversary of the expulsion of over 9,000 Jews from their homes of over 30 years in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli government issued orders to demolish homes of Jewish settlers in Judea and Samaria even as the war rages and Hizbullah rockets fall on these areas.

One of the main themes of the anniversary events was the theme, "We will return to our communities," which sadly is what the Israeli Defense Force has had to do to defend the Jewish state from terrorist attacks being launched from the former Jewish settlements evacuated one year ago. At all of the events on this day of mourning and longing by the Jewish settlers is the slogan, "We told you so," referring to statements that bloodshed would follow the evacuation.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

In the midst of war in Israel and as Jews mourn the one year anniversary of the evacuation of God given Jewish land, the Israeli government announces more expulsions which is a precursor to the fulfillment of Bible prophecy. The former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's disengagement plan is a stark reminder of how weakness invites aggression.

On the day marking the one year anniversary of Sharon's disengagement, the Israeli government issued orders to destroy more Jewish settlements, this time in Judea and Samaria, given by God to the Jewish people which is what God had promised to do. That promise was made 18 times in Ezekiel 34 where God said that He would find the Jews where they had been scattered across the earth, gather them together and place them on the land of their forefathers and they would be there forever.

Ezekiel 36 reveals that the land God gave the Jewish people would prosper and it would be filled with Jewish people, and the Lord would do this for His holy namesake, that's Ezekiel 36:22. Ezekiel 35 and 38 tells of those who would move to take the land away from the Jewish people, and it describes the people of today who are endeavoring to take that Jewish land.

This one year anniversary is evidence that Bible prophecy will be fulfilled.