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God desires that ALL people would accept God's love and salvation through Jesus Christ. God has compelled me to share information with the world relating to the biblical seven year tribulation in order to share Truth in a deceived world.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made; without Him nothing was made that has been made. In Him was life, and that life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not understood it. (John 1:1-5)

Jesus answered, "I AM the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." (John 14:6)

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Hurricane John is Cat 4, Ernesto strengthens, Ioke hits

Hurricane Records Broken

last year's Atlantic-Caribbean hurricane season rewrote the record books. And when meteorologists got a chance to thoroughly review the data, they discovered several storms were stronger than they initially thought. Here are some of the records set in 2005, according to post-season reviews by the U.S. National Hurricane Center.

MOST TROPICAL STORMS: There were 28 tropical storms in 2005. The old record was 21 storms, set in 1933. It was the first time forecasters turned to the Greek alphabet for storm names after using up their annual list of 21 names.

MOST HURRICANES: Fifteen tropical storms strengthened into hurricanes, with top sustained winds of at least 74 mph (119 kph). The old record was 12, set in 1969.

MOST CATEGORY 5 HURRICANES: Four hurricanes -- Emily, Katrina, Rita and Wilma -- reached the top rank on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale of hurricane intensity, with sustained winds over 155 mph (249 kph). National Hurricane Center records show only two years, 1960 and 1961, with more than one Category 5 storm.

MOST POWERFUL STORM: The lower the barometric pressure in its center, the stronger the storm and Hurricane Wilma's briefly dropped to 882 millibars, the lowest ever recorded in the Atlantic-Caribbean basin. The previous most intense storm was Hurricane Gilbert in 1988, which had a minimum pressure of 888 millibars at its peak.

COSTLIEST HURRICANE: Hurricane Katrina, which hit Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama in late August, caused more than US$80 billion of damage, making it the costliest hurricane on record and the costliest natural disaster ever to strike the United States. The previous most costly hurricane was Andrew, which caused US$26.5 billion in losses when it hit southeast Florida and Louisiana in 1992, or US$43.7 billion adjusted for inflation.

Hurricane John is Cat 4, Ernesto strengthens, Ioke hits

Thursday, August 24, 2006

NRP Backs Rabbi Lau for President

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

Rivlin favored to replace Katsav | Jerusalem Post

Vice Premier Shimon Peres, who lost to Katsav six years ago, is only willing to run if no serious candidate would run against him. It is possible that Olmert could end up urging Peres to run if he fears that Rivlin could win.

Labor MK Yoram Marciano said he has collected enough signatures to force a meeting of the Knesset House Committee to start the process of removing Katsav. He said he would submit the signatures if Katsav does not quit by the end of next week.

Katsav would be invited to a meeting of the house committee. Removing the president from office would require a special two-thirds majority in both the house committee and the plenum. Knesset Speaker Dalia Itzik would serve as interim president until a new president would be elected in a race that would be held within 45 days.

Rivlin favored to replace Katsav | Jerusalem Post

Iranian Official Promises "Suprise" in Coming Days

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

Monday, August 21, 2006

Katzav Denies Report He Will Have to Quit

President Moshe Katzav's office has termed as a "lie" a Channel 2 television report that he will have to resign his post because of a pending police investigation on charges of sexual misconduct.

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

How Jews, Christians and Moslems see the Last Days


israel today > Debate & Prophecy > How Jews, Christians and Moslems see the Last Days

Religious leaders make peace in Japan

Rabbi David Rosen, head of inter-religious relations in the American Jewish Conference (AJC), and representative of the International Jewish Committee on Inter-religious Consultations and a leading member of “Religions for Peace” said:

“We have seen in the past and even today that religion can be a devastating and dangerous tool in the hands of extremists. But we want to prevent religion from being part of the problem, and make it part of the solution. This conference of religious leader from around the globe in the largest multi-religious gathering in the world can contribute greatly to that effort.”


Religious leaders make peace in Japan

Peres celebrates 84th birthday

“Now, from the shallow point of missiles on Haifa I believe that we can proceed towards peace with countries that up until now we didn’t think of being in a coalition of peace with and reshape the Middle East,” he said.


Peres celebrates 84th birthday

Iran to Nuke Israel on August 22? by Robert Spencer

HUMAN EVENTS ONLINE - Iran to Nuke Israel on August 22? by Robert Spencer

YouTube - Glenn Beck___August 22nd 2006 ???

YouTube - Glenn Beck___August 22nd 2006 ???

Iran Hints at Aug. 22 Doomsday for Israel

Iran Hints at Aug. 22 Doomsday for Israel

Nuclear war starting in 10 days? - Pravda.Ru

Nuclear war starting in 10 days? - Pravda.Ru

Calls for Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Defense Minister Amir Peretz to resign

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

Sunday, August 13, 2006

Religions have a rare opportunity this fall to push for Mideast peace

These faithful must gather now, not only for "interfaith dialogue" but for action. Not against each other, but as allies with each other.

This fall, the Muslim sacred month of Ramadan and the sacred Jewish month that includes Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot coincide. They join as well with the Worldwide Communion Sunday that Protestant and Orthodox Christians celebrate, and with the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi, who opposed the Crusades and studied with Muslims to enrich his own Christian life.

That confluence will happen again in 2007, and then not for another 30 years. We could be taking advantage of God's gift of this holy time by meeting under "the Tent of Abraham, Hagar, and Sarah."

They kept their tent open in all four directions, to welcome travelers from everywhere. If Americans of all religious orientations want to bring peace to the region where Abraham's families sojourned, we should be joining in action this fall, sharing those sacred seasons.

Joining to insist our own government act to support not any nation against another, but all those in the Holy Region who see in each other the faces of God and the seeds of peace.

In the name of Abraham, our common forebear.

Philadelphia Daily News | 08/12/2006 | Religions have a rare opportunity this fall to push for Mideast peace

Friday, August 11, 2006

dropping knowledge: September 9, 2006, 112 of the world's most compelling thinkers

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JewishEncyclopedia.com - JUDAISM

Here is what the Judaism has to say about Judaism. Please note the definite variances from, and opposition to, Christianity. Satan has and is deceiving people through Judaism and Satan is using Judaism as his ultimate tool against Jesus Christ. This is especially so in these end-times.

Satan, through Judaism, is now reaching out to include all of humanity in his deception. He is drawing non-Jewish people in by using the Noahide Laws. There are at least three main avenues of enticement. They are the Seven Laws of Noah, Kabbalah, and offering the prospect of world peace by drawing all faiths toward Judaism subtly.

We must cling to Christ at ANY costs!

JewishEncyclopedia.com - JUDAISM

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Biggest storm for 50 years hits China - The Herald

Biggest storm for 50 years hits China - The Herald

Parashat Ekev: From Jerusalem with love | Jerusalem Post

Yes, the covenant with Abraham expresses Israel as a nation-state. But the second covenant at Sinai was not only a religious covenant, creating Israel as a faith community in a unique relationship with God; it was also a covenant with the world, expecting all the nations to accept at least the seven laws of morality given to Noah: not to worship idols, not to blaspheme God, not to steal, not to commit sexual sins, not to murder, not to eat the limb of a living animal, and to establish courts of law to enforce these laws.

Maimonides, the great Jewish philosopher of the 12th century, codifies the fact that God commanded Moses to teach Israel the 613 commandments, and all the nations of the world these seven commandments of morality and peace (Laws of Kings 8,10).

Parashat Ekev: From Jerusalem with love | Jerusalem Post

Noahide laws of morality

No wonder Maimonides insists that everyone must accept - even by coercion, if necessary - the seven Noahide laws of morality (Mishneh Torah, "Laws of Kings" 8, 10), and defines the Messianic Age as a period in which the entire world will live in peace and harmony.

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

Kabbalah 2: A glimpse of God (NOT!) - Jesus is our best revelation of God

Kabbalah 2: A glimpse of God - Culture from Israel, Ynetnews

British Terrorists Planned To Blow Up 10 Planes

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

Massive Western Aliyah This Week, Despite Month of War

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

243 N. American Immigrants Arrive in Israel Thursday

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

28 countries to attend World Peace Forum in Jakarta, August 14 to 16, 2006

ANTARA News :: 28 countries to attend World Peace Forum in Jakarta

Global Congress of the World's Religions, Sept. 11-15, 2006, Montreal

The American Muslim (TAM)

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Iran: Muslim world must defend Hizbullah - News from Israel, Ynetnews

Iran: Muslim world must defend Hizbullah - News from Israel, Ynetnews

97% of Palestinian Authority Arabs Support Hizbullah

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

Worldwide, Islamic Fundamentalists Join the Fray

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

FrontPage magazine.com :: Iran's Day of Terror? by Robert Spencer

FrontPage magazine.com :: Iran's Day of Terror? by Robert Spencer

Penraker: More August 22nd Speculation

Penraker: More August 22nd Speculation

Atlas Shrugs: Israel, Iran and August 22nd

Atlas Shrugs: Israel, Iran and August 22nd

Two Year Old Dream Predicts Disaster August 22nd

Dream Predicts Disaster August 22nd - Above Top Secret Conspiracy Community

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Kabbalah World Center - "Succoth in Spirituality"

Sukkot: Feast of Tabernacles. Jewish festival of thanksgiving, and the remembrance of the wandering in the wilderness after their exodus from Egypt. Begins at sunset on 10/6/06.

Shemini Atzeret: The closing day of the Jewish festival of Sukkot. A day of prayer. Begins at sunset on 10/13/06.

Simchat Torah: Jewish holy day. Reading of the law (Torah) is completed and begun anew in the synagogue. Begins at sunset on 10/14/06.

The seven days of Succoth mark the correction of his seven lower sefirot, which must be unified and connected, until on the eighth day the corrections are finished. That is why that that day is called Shmini Atzeret (the stopping eighth).

On that day, after he has completed the corrections, the creature gets to unite with his Creator and receive from Him the true pleasure called Torah. The Torah is a means that gives the creature the ability to bring endless delight to his Maker, just as his Maker delights him, and unite with Him in everlasting love.

Kabbalah World Center - "Succoth in Spirituality"

State's Hughes Hosts Interfaith Dialogue - US Department of State

State's Hughes Hosts Interfaith Dialogue - US Department of State

The Day of the Breaking of the Ax | Chabad.org

The Day of the Breaking of the Ax | Chabad.org

U.S. sanctions related to Russia arms deals with Venezuela

Some countries, led by the United States, suspect Tehran of pursuing a secret weapons program. Iran has consistently stated that it only wants nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.

RIA Novosti - Russia - U.S. sanctions related to Russia arms deals with Venezuela

Beyond the controversy: The truth about Kabbalah

Kabbalah is actually one of Satan's tools used to decieve the Jewish people and ultimately the world. Satan commonly uses tools that appear good but are really just to lead people away from Jesus Christ.

Beyond the controversy: The truth about Kabbalah

Saturday, August 05, 2006

Friday, August 04, 2006

Religions For Peace 8th World Assembly 26-29 Aug. 06 Kyoto, Japan

Religions For Peace

Chief Rabbi David Rosen


AJC Experts
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AJC

Biography - Rabbi David Rosen


AJC - Related Articles - Biography - Rabbi David Rosen

Christian And The Pharisee PB - Buy Christian And The Pharisee PB from Ekklesia and raise money for christian peace and justice work

Christian And The Pharisee PB - Buy Christian And The Pharisee PB from Ekklesia and raise money for christian peace and justice work

Religions For Peace

“The World Conference of Religions for Peace as an organization and this historic Assembly, serve as wonderful inspiration and vehicle for such a practical program of shared responsibility and care throughout our globe that will help to achieve what the Jewish mystical tradition calls “repairing our world”, bringing about “the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth.”

Rabbi David Rosen
International Director of Interreligious Relations, American Jewish Committee

Religions For Peace

More religious leaders endorse Alexandria Declaration

wfn.org | Episcopalians: More religious leaders endorse Alexandria Declaration

Thursday, August 03, 2006

God is nudging us via the weather. Are we listening?

FOXNews.com - Hot Summer Nights Getting Even Hotter, Government Study Finds - Natural Science

Simple Thing Like Summer Turns Deadly - John Gibson | Judge Napolitano | John Gibson | Big Story Weekend

FOXNews.com - Simple Thing Like Summer Turns Deadly - John Gibson | Judge Napolitano | John Gibson | Big Story Weekend

China Advises Citizens to Leave Israel

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

Evidence Mounts that Kana "Massacre" Was a Fake

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News

Islamic Nations Demand Investigation on Israeli Acts

The countries attending the meeting today are Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brunei, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Palestine, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Syria, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.

The OIC, formed in 1969, comprises 57 countries including Saudi Arabia and Egypt. The group aims to strengthen Islamic solidarity, promote political cooperation and safeguard the rights of Muslims around the world.


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