May 23, 2017

President Trump fails to keep his campaign promise to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem, and at the same time He rejects the Biblical directive for Jerusalem

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JD: There has been talk that he would move the American Embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem, what’s the latest on that?

WM: For the first time in my life on your program I’m really going to admit I don’t know. The 19 years between 48 and 67 were the only short period of time that the city was not united. And to have Israel’s administration control sovereignty over the city questioned after 50 years when no other people has a better claim and the only reason anybody else would have a claim is because they illegally occupied it at some time in history in the past. I think should not play a role within the state department or within the White House administration.

JD: Somebody just simply needs to read the Bible find out about the history of this great city that belongs to the Jewish people don’t they?

WM: Yes they do and if I may Jimmy share with you a rabbinic discourse. In the first 5 books Jerusalem is really not mentioned at all. It’s always said the place which I will show you, the place to which I will bring you. Abraham goes to the land of Moriah. But Jerusalem is not stated and Rabbi says we didn’t want the name mentioned so that the nations would know where the capitol of Israel would be and Temple will be built so they could take it over, we wanted to hide it. Well, I don’t think there’s any need now Jimmy to hide the fact that Jerusalem where the first and second and hopefully third Temples were and will be should be hidden any longer behind false claims of international law or diplomacy or getting Arabs upset. It’s ours the Bible said so, our history proved it, and I think the world should recognize that.

JD: Winkie Medad said it all. The world should recognize what God’s plan for Jerusalem is for the future.

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

Winkie Medad mentioned that the Bible reveals the plan of God for Jerusalem. Jerusalem will be where His son Jesus Christ will rule and reign forever, that’s Zechariah 6:3.

From Jerusalem the word of the Lord will go into all the world, that’s Isaiah chapter 2 and Micah chapter 4. Jerusalem will be the city to which all must come on an annual basis on the Feast of Tabernacles, that’s Zechariah 14:16.

Jerusalem is the apple of the Lord’s eye, Zechariah 2:8. And by the way, Jerusalem is the Holy City, Nehemiah chapter 11 and verse 1.