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The Settlements Shall Continue

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Submitted by Lucille Gaither (United States), Jul 16, 2009 20:02

I agree 100%.

As for the Palestinians, I understand that other Arab nations do not really want them. And Hamas and Fatah are only good for programs. They really do not have inner substance or character that anyone would want to emulate. They operate through lies and deception. They really have no power. Their strength is their followers that they entertain. They prophesy falsely. That is part of the reason that Passhur's name was changed to "... Magormissabib" which means terror all around. (Jeremiah 20)

The settlements shall continue because the word of the Lord shall be broadcast to many nations, peoples, tongues, and kings. "And he said unto me, Thou must prohesy again before many ....." (Revelation 10:11)

The word of God is quick and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword. Quick means living. (Hebrews 4:12)


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