ISRAEL E-CARD Volume 3 Issue 3 February 1, 2009
Topic # 1 Benjamin = “son of the right hand”
The Israeli election is February 10. Having just elected “the leader of the free world” in President Obama, we could easily miss the importance of Israel’s vote. I submit that it could be more eternally significant than the U.S. election.
Israel has experienced severe judgment under its current leadership who has not listened to God. One sure sign of His displeasure with any nation is withholding of rain. Israel is in perhaps the worst drought of her modern history. My prayer for Israel is according to Zechariah 10:1 “Ask Yahweh for rain In the time of the latter rain. Yahweh will make flashing clouds; He will give them showers of rain, Grass in the field for everyone.”
My personal opinion is that Benjamin Netanyahu is God’s man for this hour. His name means: Son of my right hand, gift of God. I pray for God’s choice.
PREDICTION: If Netanyahu wins, then I predict an unusually heavy amount of spring rains in Israel after almost nothing during the winter rainy season. PRAY and stay tuned! (I say this from Biblical deduction, not claiming it to be prophetic, just logical from God’s nature.)
Topic # 2 George Mitchell and Humanism
The trouble with humanism is pride. Senator Mitchell properly deserves some of the credit for peace in N. Ireland. However, he is now extending what worked there to Israel. He now says: “Conflicts are created, conducted and sustained by human beings. They can be ended by human beings.” Sorry George, NOT THIS TIME! This one is cosmic: angels and demons, God and satan, heaven and hell, Yahweh and allah. This is a fight to the end for the King! And for His Kingdom!
I will turn My hand against you, And thoroughly purge away your dross, And take away all your alloy. I will restore your judges as at the first, And your counselors as at the beginning. Afterward you shall be called the city of righteousness, the faithful city. Zion shall be redeemed with justice, And her penitents with righteousness. Isaiah 1:25-27