America mourns for the 7 brave Space Shuttle Columbia astronauts who died this morning, 40 miles high in the skies over Texas. Even the national news has mentioned that the Internet is already buzzing with conspiracy theories of terrorism since this particular flight included Israel’s first astronaut ever, Ilan Ramon. I don’t have any conspiracy theory to offer, but if there is any prophetic significance to this tragedy, I’d have to say that it might be ‘The USA and Israel are going down in flames over Palestine‘. Why would I say something like that? It may be too much for coincidence that this happened over Palestine, Texas. The city which is reported to have been hit by most of the debris is Nacodoches, but debris is falling in Palestine Texas as well, only 67 miles from Nacodoches. Just last Tuesday night, President Bush said during his State of the Union Address, “In the Middle East, we will continue to seek peace between a secure Israel and a democratic Palestine.” This may sound like a noble cause, but giving away the Promised Land to Israel’s murderous enemies is not part of God’s plan. All efforts by the United States to help establish a Palestinian State within Israel should be abandoned immediately. Regardless of the United State’s role in the upcoming Peace Treaty offered by the coming Antichrist, God’s Will will be done.
Jan 26, 2003
The sun is setting as I take advantage of a quiet Sunday to make some long overdue updates to the front page. It seems that the sun is setting on this era as well, that is, the age of the Church is drawing to a close. There’s so much on my mind. Its the warmest January that I can remember, yet in Florida the oranges are freezing. In recent weeks thousands of sailors and soldiers have left port, headed for Iraq. The liberal media rants on about how unpopular the idea of war is, that President Bush’s poll ratings are dropping, that many foreign governments will not join the United States led coalition. The Bible says that God appoints our nation’s leaders. So nobody should question that President Bush has been appointed as leader of the United States for a time such as this. Saddam Hussein is going to be dealt with for the last time. I really can’t bring myself to believe that the reasons behind the President’s decision are as shallow as some say. He hardly seems the type who feels the United States must use force to make a point or demonstrate our power. No, its more likely that his reasons run much deeper. Do any of the liberals ever consider that our country’s leaders have access to intelligence about Iraq (and other countries) that could not possibly be shared with the public? Has anyone considered that we might also be honoring a treaty to protect Israel from those who hate God and abhor peace? I’m not the least bit excited about this upcoming war, but I’m not the least bit opposed to it either. If Saddam Hussein is close to obtaining or creating a nuclear weapon, then he has to be stopped now, end of story.
The number of incoming questions and remarks from this web site has been increasing lately. This suggests to me that people are looking for answers. Some people might be experiencing dread that a world war could result from our foray into the Middle East, after all, Armageddon is the valley of Meggido in Israel. Put your trust in God, that despite what happens, He is still in control.
As if the problem in Iraq wasn’t enough, North Korea is becoming rather belligerent. I’ve wondered if Kim Jong II might be planning to invade South Korea when the United States is in the thick of it with Iraq.
Well, as of a few days ago its been reported that President Bush has made it clear that under two specific scenarios the United States will use nuclear weapons in Iraq if need be. The first being if we are attacked with chemical or biological agents, the second being if we need to destroy an undergound fortifed target that conventional weapons would be useless against.