Tag Archives: middle-east

A Two-Edged Sword

I share this for the sake of accountability; it’s not intended to convince you so much as to provoke your own contemplation. My conclusion rests not on some powerful prophetic impression, but rather a passive sense of moral justice. Several … Continue reading

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300 Sheiks and a News Service

In case you forget, Qatar is the home of Al Jazeera. Qatar is run by an Arab clan and their wealth is based on massive supplies of natural gas. I’m pretty sure this is connected to my sense of dread … Continue reading

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From a Sincere and Honest Kook

I am blessed. Think about it: With all this pervasive surveillance and electronic snooping, I am guaranteed all my prophetic warnings against the US government are surely noticed, archived and waiting for the time when God proves His Word lives … Continue reading

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Jeremiah Manuscript

The next in the Ancient Truth series is the Prophet Jeremiah. I just finished the main text manuscript this evening. I’ll probably include Jeremiah’s Lamentations as an addenda. I’ve often said I can at least understand his frustration. Every day … Continue reading

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