Articles of the Day: Here comes the Mule!
Just about everyday something pops up on this issue. Keep am eye on it.
Hype, fluff, fake. The Saudis are trying to get the US, Israel or someone to attack Iran. I highly doubt they will do anything and if they do something it probably won’t be successful. If they get a nuke from Pakistan, and they use it then maybe but their proximity makes that unlikely. The Saudis have always wanted other people to do the dirty work for them. Really quite pathetic. I don’t expect anything from them and in the end will likely become allies with Iran in the end.
Well see. Military plans don’t usually survive the first combat. Lots of ‘hope and change’ from the IDF, but one thing they can do well is adapt to the circumstances. I don’t think Hizbullah can do this as well as IDF.
Cool new tech from Israel. Remember the images if Israeli tanks evacuating wounded in tanks during the 2006 Lebanon war? If this baby could take over that job this could be a force multiplier for the Israelis.
These are lost people. Only God can save them but their hearts have rejected God. Sad to say not much hope for them.
Q. In Ezekiel 36:26-27 the Lord Said, “I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you. I will take the heart of stone out of your flesh. I will put My Spirit within you and cause you to walk in My statutes.” When I was a new Christian I heard this word of the Lord and understood that this is what takes place in a Christians’ life at the time of salvation and continues throughout our sanctification and I was deeply blessed. My question is: Exactly when does this take place for the house of Israel?
A. Ezekiel 36:26-27 is essentially a promise to Israel that they would one day be “born again”. The process will begin following the Battle of Ezekiel 38-39. God promised that after they see what He does to bring them victory they will know that He is the Lord their God from that day on (Ezekiel 39:22). At that time they will restore their Old Covenant relationship with Him.
Ezekiel 36:26-27 will have it’s complete fulfillment toward the end of the Great Tribulation, as foretold in Zechariah 12:10, when their eyes are opened to Jesus their Messiah in preparation for the Kingdom Age to follow. God also made this promise to Israel in Jeremiah 31:31-34, which is where He coined the phrase “New Covenant.”
Been a while since we had some Jack Kelly Wisdom.