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It Is Good that Israel will Emerge Unscathed

Reader comment on: Israel & The Global Economic Crisis

Submitted by Lucille Gaither (United States), Jun 1, 2009 18:14

I am glad to see that the nation Israel is not being harmed by the global economic crises. It was never intended that the nation suffer. The judgment is directed toward the persecutors of Jehovah's prophet, ones like unto Pashur of Jeremiah Chapter 20. Verse 5 spells out exactly what God - El Shaddai, El Gibbor, Elohim - is doing. "Moreover I will deliver all the strength of this city, and all the labours thereof, and all the precious things thereof, and all the treasures of the kings of Judah will I give into the hands of their enemies which shall spoil them, and take them, and carry them to Babylon."

God is with the nation in various ways: physically, financially, militarily and, most important, spiritually.

Shalom!


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⇒ It Is Good that Israel will Emerge Unscathed [127 words]

Lucille Gaither 

Jun 1, 2009 18:14

  How do you know that? [81 words]

Renaldi 

Jul 8, 2009 07:34

  God's Presence [52 words]

Lucille Gaither 

Jul 16, 2009 19:30

  Hmm there hasn't been any prophets in Israel since a long long time [47 words]

Renaldi 

Jul 18, 2009 02:52

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