Prophecy is Happening right now on the world scene

Joseph F. Dumond

Isa 6:9-12 And He said, Go, and tell this people, You hear indeed, but do not understand; and seeing you see, but do not know. Make the heart of this people fat, and make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes; lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their hearts, and turn back, and be healed. Then I said, Lord, how long? And He answered, Until the cities are wasted without inhabitant, and the houses without man, and the land laid waste, a desolation, and until Jehovah has moved men far away, and the desolation in the midst of the land is great.
Published: Nov 14, 2012

News Letter 5848-037
29th day of the 8th month?5848 years after the creation of Adam
The 8th Month in the Third year of the third Sabbatical Cycle
The Third Sabbatical Cycle of the 119th Jubilee Cycle
The Sabbatical Cycle of Earthquakes Famines, and Pestilences
This is also the end of the Thirty-Second week of this the Third Tithe Year for the Levite, the alien, the fatherless and the widow?Deuteronomy 26:12??
We are now just 4 years & 4 months from the Sabbatical year in 2016


November 15, 2012


Shalom Brethren,


I have received the following update from Boaz and Rinah who live south of Gaza along the Egyptian border. I am also going to share with you the important news of this past week and then explain where we are in prophecy. Step by step we are getting closer to the time of Israel’s invasion and then the destruction of the USA.

Again I remind you of what is going on by encouraging you to watch this video.


November 14, 2012
Dear Joseph,

As has been customary in the past, we have always sent out updates regarding changes in Israel’s security situation. Today we start again as after days of incessant shelling of Israeli by the terrorists in Gaza as well as escalated attacks against the IDF, this afternoon at 16:00 Israel time, the IDF started operation ‘amood anan’ or ‘pillar of cloud’ against the Hamas lead terror groups in the Gaza Strip.

At this stage there are no ground operations announced but our soldiers – our son in-law included – have had to leave their homes and families and report for duty. We are not sure what the night will bring – whether it will escalate into an emergency ‘tsav shmoney’ national call up or not. More on this tomorrow as things develop.

Israel has started the offensive with pin point aerial strikes with one of the fatalities being the commander of the military wing of the Hamas. He has been terrorizing Israel for years and was the one behind the kidnapping of Gilad Shalit.

Retaliation has started although the Israel Air force has neutralized many of the long range underground missile sites built in the Gaza Strip over the last years. All people within a 40 km – 25 miles from Gaza have been instructed to stay in fortified structures. We are preparing to receive our family tomorrow so that they may have a peaceful weekend at least.

At this stage we are not in immediate danger as the violence is centered in and around Gaza. This could change at any minute. Please pray for the safety of our armed forces and the innocent civilians that have to live with terror and the threat of terror as part of their daily lives. The people of Be’er Sheva have 60 seconds to find shelter in times of attack. There have been two waves already this evening. The emotional effect on children is amazing – scarring like this takes years to heal – if ever.

We will bring you unbiased and real updates as the operations continue. Please share these updates with whomever you feel would benefit from them.

Shalom from the border with Egypt
Boaz and Rinah Dreyer

Here is what has taken place since the election of President Obama in 2008. The scenario is strikingly similar to today with President Netanyahu once again going for elections just as war breaks out in Gaza. Déjà vu all over.

It sure didn’t take long for the effect of the U.S. election to be felt around the world, particularly in the Middle East. Within days of President Barack Obama’s victory, Israel found itself under missile and mortar attack on two fronts. Though the bulk of the blitz is coming from the Gaza Strip in the south, stray shells from Syria in the north have also presented a serious problem, one that has resulted in retaliatory fire on the part of the Israel Defense Forces. Whether Israel is merely being hit inadvertently by rebels battling against the Assad regime, or by Syrian army moves against them, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made it clear that he cannot tolerate the reckless endangerment of his citizenry in the Golan Heights.

His greater worry, however, involves deciding how to handle the massive daily barrages on innocent men, women, and children in cities, towns, and villages all over the southern part of the country, as far north as Ashdod, a mere 40 minutes away from Ben-Gurion International Airport.

This situation is not new to Netanyahu or his predecessors. In fact, Qassams and Grads, funded by Iran and transferred to Hamas and other terrorist groups via tunnels between Egypt and Gaza, have been launched into Israel for the past 12 years. After the disengagement from the Gaza Strip in 2005, when the Likud government evacuated every last Jew from the territory, the severity of these attacks increased exponentially.

The tragic irony here is that the purpose of the withdrawal was to keep suicide bombers from Gaza out of Israel’s population centers, where they had been entering daily and blowing themselves up in crowded buses, shopping malls, and restaurants. So, ultimately, one unbearable kind of carnage was replaced by another.
Four years ago, just after Obama was elected the first time, Israel went to war against the rocket-happy terrorists in Gaza and their infrastructure. Operation Cast Lead, as that incursion was called, ended badly. This is because Israel withdrew its troops for the wrong reason: not after getting the job done (or even rescuing then-captive soldier Gilad Schalit), but rather to prepare for its own Knesset elections. As a result, just as was the case with Hezbollah in the aftermath of the 2006 Second Lebanon War, Hamas simply regrouped, rebuilt its arsenal, rearmed its soldiers, and, of course, refilled its Tehran-sourced till.
Obama was inaugurated in January 2009, about a month before Netanyahu became prime minister. The first leader the American president phoned from the Oval Office was Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. This was only the beginning of Obama’s literal and figurative announcement to members of the Arab-Muslim world that his main goal was to conduct “outreach” and “dialogue” with them, no matter how radical or anti-American — including the mullahs pulling the strings in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Indeed, as soon as he and his family were settled comfortably in their new digs in the White House, Obama took a trip to Cairo, where he delivered a speech to this very effect, titled “A New Beginning.” Understanding the significance of such sentiments from the president of the United States — sprinkled with Arabic, no less — the predominately Muslim Brotherhood audience was buoyed.

And well might they have been. A year and a half later, with the encouragement of the Obama administration, they took over Egypt, following the ousting of long-time American ally President Hosni Mubarak.

Nor was the Brotherhood the only group to take note of Obama’s dim view of American power and even dimmer view of Israeli sovereignty. Every radical Islamist organization has been emboldened by what it sees as weakness emanating from Washington. Even Iran, whose saber-rattling rhetoric has been as anti-Obama as it was anti-Bush, grasped that it would have an easier time stepping up its nuclear weapons program with such wimps for enemies.
Witnessing Obama reprimanding Netanyahu for daring to suggest that he draw “red lines” which, once crossed by Tehran, would constitute a casus belli, was a relief to the Iranian regime. This meant that Israel would have no choice but to “go it alone,” if at all — unless Mitt Romney were to become president, in which case, things might not be so simple.

When Obama won a second term last week, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his puppet, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, understood two key things: that the game of summits and negotiations was back on the table, and that the best distraction from their own dastardly plan would be to push Israel into an untenable position with America.

What could be better than goading Netanyahu into a war, just as an election campaign is heating up in the Jewish state?
Netanyahu knows this, too, which is why he convened all the country’s ambassadors on Monday to appeal to their logic and elicit their sympathy. It is behind his having pointed out to them that their own governments would not be able to sit by and be bombed morning, noon, and night without their taking some kind of action.

Good luck to him, is all I can say. When British Ambassador Matthew Gould emerged from the meeting with a statement to reporters that sounded almost identical to that released by the European Union — that “both sides” should exercise restraint, so as not to “escalate” matters — it was evident that Netanyahu had wasted his breath.

Meanwhile, his political future is on the line. The public that is being bombarded by missiles is begging him to go to war. Others are urging caution. Then there are those who fear that he will launch an operation, but pull out before the election — repeating the fiasco of 2008-9.
How he responds remains to be seen.

But there is no question mark punctuating the peril of the West with Obama at its helm for the next four years, if the last seven days since his re-election are any indication.

Ruthie Blum is the author of “To Hell in a Handbasket: Carter, Obama, and the ‘Arab Spring,’” available on Amazon and in bookstores in Europe and North America — and now on sale at Pomeranz Bookseller in Jerusalem.

Chronology of events.

Live Updates: Gaza Attacks on IDF Soldiers and Israeli Civilians
Published on: November 10, 2012

9:05 PM: A rocket fired from Gaza exploded in southern Israel minutes ago.
3:15 PM: A rocket fired from Gaza hits the southern Israeli town of Netivot.
12:30 PM: A total of 11 rockets have hit Israel so far today.
9:15 AM: The Iron Dome intercepts two rockets fired from Gaza into Israel.
8:00 AM: A rocket fired from Gaza directly hits a house in the southern Israeli town of Netivot.
Overnight: In response to rocket fire from Gaza, the Israel Air Force targeted a tunnel and a weapons storage facility in northern Gaza, as well as a rocket launching site in southern Gaza.
Sunday, November 11:

7:50 PM: A rocket fired from Gaza directly hits a house in the southern Israeli town of Sderot. More than 10 rockets have hit Israel in the past two hours.
5:45 PM: Since the last update, 8 rockets struck Israel.
3:00 PM: In the past hour and a half, 8 rockets struck Israel.
1:30 PM: In the past hour, 10 rockets fired from Gaza hit southern Israel.
12:30 PM: Two rockets fired from Gaza hit the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council.
10:30 AM: A rocket fired from Gaza hits the southern Israeli town of Sderot, home to more than 20,000 people.
8:30 AM: Six rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel.
4:00 AM: Over the past seven hours, over 30 rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel.
3:00 AM: IDF targets a weapon manufacturing facility, two weapon storage facilities and two rocket launching sites in the northern Gaza Strip.
Saturday, November 10:
12:00 AM: 3 rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel.
11:32 PM: IDF targets a rocket launching squad in the northern Gaza Strip moments after it fired rockets towards southern Israel.
11:22 PM: 5 rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel.
9:20 PM: Iron Dome intercepts rocket fired toward a southern Israeli city; another rocket explodes nearby.
4:00 PM: Palestinian terrorists in Gaza fire an anti-tank missile at an IDF jeep conducting a routine patrol of the Gaza border fence, inside Israeli territory. Four IDF soldiers were wounded in the attack, two of them seriously. Shortly after the attack on the IDF jeep, the IDF responded with ground fire against Palestinian terrorist sites in the Gaza Strip.

In the past two weeks, there have been four separate attacks from Gaza.
Nov. 9: During routine IDF activity along the Gaza border fence, a tunnel filled with explosives was detonated, damaging a nearby IDF vehicle. The tunnel, which was uncovered only because an IDF vehicle drove over it, was 4 meters deep and larger than anything the IDF has seen recently in the area.
Nov. 8: Palestinian terrorists in Gaza opened fire at an IDF patrol along the Gaza Strip.

Nov. 6: An IDF soldier was moderately wounded and two others lightly wounded, after they were attacked while on a routine patrol of the Gaza border fence.
Oct 23: An IDF officer was severely wounded on a routine patrol of the Gaza border.
In addition, in the span of a few days last month, more than 70 rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza.

Israeli air strike kills Hamas military chief Jabari

The BBC’s Wyre Davies: “The violence in and around the Gaza Strip has been escalated”

The head of the military wing of the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas has been killed during Israeli air and naval strikes in the Gaza Strip.
Ahmed Said Khalil al-Jabari and another Hamas official died when the car they were in was hit in Gaza City.

It follows a wave of rocket attacks against Israel from the territory.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the military was prepared to broaden its operation against Hamas targets in Gaza.
At least nine people had been killed in Gaza by the Israeli strikes and that number would probably rise, the Palestinian envoy to the United Nations, Riyad Mansou, told reporters in New York.

Today we sent a clear message to Hamas and other terrorist organizations”
Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister
A number of injured civilians were seen being taken to hospital in Gaza City.

Neighboring Egypt condemned the strikes, recalled its ambassador to Israel, summoned the Israeli ambassador in Cairo and called for a urgent meeting of the United Nations Security Council and the Arab League.

The BBC’s Kevin Connolly, in Cairo, says Egypt’s reaction to events in Gaza will be followed closely.
It is the first time violence has reached this pitch of intensity since the events of the Arab Spring brought to power a president drawn from the ranks of the Muslim Brotherhood, the same organization in which Hamas has its roots.

Israel Defense Forces (IDF) spokeswoman Lt Col Avital Leibovich said Mr Jabari had “a lot of blood on his hands”.
She told BBC News that “close to 20” sites in Gaza had been targeted in a “limited” operation, with the strikes aiming to destroy rocket-firing capabilities.
“The operation against Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other organizations has two goals: to protect Israeli civilians and target the terror capability of these organizations,” she added.

On its Twitter feed, the Israeli military said 17 rockets fired from Gaza had been successfully intercepted by Israel’s “Iron Dome” missile defense system on Wednesday, but one had got through and hit a “southern Israeli city”.
This appeared to be a reference to Beersheba, where firefighters were seen extinguishing a burning car after a reported rocket strike.
It also claimed that Hamas’s long-range missile capabilities and underground weapons storage facilities had been seriously damaged by Wednesday’s strikes.

“Today we’ve sent a clear message to Hamas and to other terrorist organizations. And if there is a need, the Israeli Defense Forces are prepared to widen the operation. We will continue to do everything to defend our citizens,” Mr Netanyahu said in a televised address.
‘Israel will regret this’

Mr Jabari, who was 46, is the most senior Hamas official to be killed in the Gaza Strip since the major Israeli offensive four years ago.
Outside the hospital to which Mr Jabari’s body was taken, thousands of angry Gaza residents chanted “retaliation” and “We want you to hit Tel Aviv tonight”, according to the Associated Press news agency.

Hamas leaders assassinated by Israel
Jan 1996, Gaza: Hamas chief bomb maker Yahya Ayyash killed by mobile phone packed with explosives
July 2002, Gaza: Salah Shehada, leader of Hamas military wing, killed by bomb dropped on his house
Mar 2004, Gaza: Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, founder of Hamas, killed by missile strike
Apr 2004, Gaza: Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, co-founder and leader of Hamas, killed in missile strike
Jan 2009, Gaza: Said Siyam, senior Hamas commander, killed in air strike
Jan 2010, Dubai: Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, senior Hamas military commander, suffocated in five-star hotel in Dubai

Hamas spokesman Abu Zuhri said: “Israel will regret the moment they even thought of doing this.”
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who is based in the separate West Bank territory, condemned the Israeli operation.
“President Mahmoud Abbas… warned of the seriousness of the Israeli escalation and demanded an immediate end to the aggression,” a statement carried on the official Wafa news agency said.

Arab League foreign ministers will meet in emergency session on Friday.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called for an “immediate de-escalation of tensions”.

The United States said it supported Israel’s right to self-defense, and condemned militant rocket attacks on southern Israel.
State department spokesman Mark Toner added in a statement that “we encourage Israel to continue to take every effort to avoid civilian casualties”.
The British Foreign Office issued a statement saying: “We continue to call on all sides to exercise restraint to prevent a dangerous escalation that would be in no-one’s interests.”
Israel has killed several senior Hamas figures in similar operations, including the movement’s founder, Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, in 2004.

I am sharing this with you all so that you may know what is going on.

On November 29, 2012,
Abbas confirms Palestinian UN bid on Nov 29

Published on Nov 13, 2012
CAIRO (AFP) – Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas told Arab foreign ministers gathered in Cairo on Monday that the Palestinian Authority will present its bid for non-state membership of the United Nations on Nov 29.

Following talks with Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi, “it has been agreed that the request will be presented on Nov 29,” Mr Abbas said, calling for support from Arab states.

Earlier Palestinian negotiator Mohammed Shtayeh told reporters that the bid, opposed by the United States and Israel, would take place by Nov 29.
US President Barack Obama told Mr Abbas in a telephone conversation on Sunday that his administration opposes the Palestinian UN initiative and Israeli officials have threatened punitive measures if the Palestinians go ahead with the bid.

PA misses EU-Arab League endorsement of UN bid
11/13/2012 23:32
Abbas declares intention to ask for upgrade to non-member observer state on November 29, meets with Egypt’s Morsi in Cairo; Israel believes at least six EU states will vote in favor of statehood bid.

European and Arab foreign ministers failed to jointly endorse the unilateral Palestinian statehood bid at the United Nations during a meeting in Cairo on Tuesday, calling instead for a negotiated two-state solution.

But when it came to talking about obstacles to the peace process, the European and Arab ministers blamed only the West Bank settlements and Israel’s security barrier.
Abbas: UN bid will save two-state solution
PA denounces sanction threats over UN bid

Palestinians had hoped the Cairo Declaration on the Middle East, which the European Union and the Arab League released after the meeting, would endorse their November 29 bid before the General Assembly to upgrade their UN status to that of a non-member state.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said in Cairo that Arab League ministers had pledged to support the UN bid. He added that Egypt was lobbying other countries to stand behind the Palestinians.

Abbas spoke during a joint press conference with Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Amru. While in Cairo, he also met with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to discuss the matter.

The Palestinians already have the majority necessary to pass their resolution in the General Assembly, which would be viewed as de facto recognition of statehood. But they want to secure the support of Europe, which remains divided on the subject.

Israel believes that at least six EU nations will stand with the Palestinians: Greece, Luxembourg, Malta, Spain, Belgium and Ireland. Separately China, which often supports the Palestinians at the UN, said Tuesday it would do so in this case as well.

In the Cairo Declaration, the EU and Arab League ministers called for the “removal of all obstacles that prevent an immediate resumption of negotiations between the parties as well as the resolution of all issues related [to] achieving a solution of two states living side-by-side in peace and security.”
But the portion addressing the Israeli- Palestinian conflict spoke only of Israeli actions as obstacles to peace.

“The ministers stressed their common position that Israeli settlements and the separation barrier built anywhere in the occupied Palestinian territory are illegal under international law and constitute an obstacle to peace,” the declaration stated.

Israel has blamed the failed peace process on the Palestinians’ refusal to negotiate directly. It has argued that by turning unilaterally to the UN, the Palestinians are seeking to circumvent negotiations and separate statehood from the peace process, a move Jerusalem believes would endanger the possibility of a negotiated two-state solution.

At the Cairo press conference, Abbas said, “Our hearts are open to the Americans and Israelis.”

He added that he had assured both countries, which oppose the bid, that “when we obtain the status of non-member in the UN, we would be prepared to discuss the peace negotiations, to talk about six or seven core issues.”

He also claimed that Hamas supported his UN efforts, and reiterated his commitment to the right of return for Palestinian refugees to their former homes inside Israel on the basis of UN Resolution 194.

Israeli settlement building is a unilateral act that violates agreements signed with the PLO, Abbas added.
“Why is going to the UN a unilateral act, when there are more than 500,000 Israelis in the West Bank (and east Jerusalem) in violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention?” he asked.

Arab League ministers at the conference thanked the EU for taking a harsher stance on settlements by committing to implementing existing legislation and bilateral arrangements against settlement products.

EU and Arab ministers called on Israel to “take positive steps to enable sustainable economic development in the Palestinian territories, including in Area C and in the Gaza Strip.”

They reaffirmed that they “did not recognize any changes to the pre-1967 borders other than those agreed by both parties, including with regard to Jerusalem.”

The declaration also expressed concern about settler violence but did not mention Palestinian violence or Hamas.

When it came to the topic of Palestinian-launched rockets into southern Israel, the EU and Arab ministers said only that they were concerned by the recent escalation in and around Gaza.

They agreed that they would continue to support Palestinian state-building but said they were worried by the PA’s financial crisis.
The declaration also affirmed its support for past initiatives, agreements and understandings, including the Arab Peace Initiative and the road map.
Although EU and Arab League officials often work together, the first gathering of this size took place only in 2008. This was the second such conference. A third is planned for 2014.

With the PA seeking State recognition and the Arab nations supporting it, and with the extreme increase in rocket attacks from Gaza forcing the IDF to strike back and then as of today taking out the General of the Gaza forces the next bit of news is extremely interesting and revealing.

Most of the news this week was drawing our attention but it had not shown the outward signs of something prophetic. BUt the deal changer was what took place today when Egypt came out and acted on behalf of Hamas and the retaliatory strike that ISrael had made on the Hamas General. This now brings it directly in line with the Prophecies of Abraham. Time to begin shouting if you are not already.

Islamist Mursi recalls Egypt’s ambassador to Israel over Gaza
Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi decided on Wednesday to recall the ambassador to Israel after a series of air strikes in Gaza killed a top Hamas militant and six other people, his spokesman said.??Mursi decided to “recall Egypt’s ambassador to Israel,” spokesman Yassir Ali said in a statement broadcast on state television.??He also ordered the foreign ministry to summon Israel’s ambassador in Cairo.??Meanwhile, an airport source said on Wednesday that Israel’s ambassador left Egypt after Mursi announced he was summoning him to discuss the Israeli attacks in Gaza.??“The Israeli ambassador to Egypt left suddenly along with his embassy staff… after Egypt summoned its ambassador in Tel Aviv following the Israeli assault on Gaza enclave,” the source said.??But an Israeli diplomat said Israel’s ambassador to Egypt has not been recalled.??Ambassador Yaakov Amitai had come to Israel before the Jewish state launched an assault on the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, the diplomat told Reuters, adding that the embassy in Cairo was functioning as normal.??Egypt’s foreign ministry condemned the attack and called for an immediate halt to the attacks.??The attacks came despite signs that Egypt had managed to broker a truce between Israel and Palestinian militants after a five-day surge in violence which saw more than 100 missiles fired out of Gaza and repeated Israeli strikes on the enclave.??“Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr condemned the series of air strikes that Israel is currently conducting against Gaza Strip and which led to the killing of Ahmed Al-Jaabari,” AFP reported the statement released by Egypt’s foreign ministry.??“He called on Israel to stop its strikes on Gaza Strip immediately,” the statement said adding that any further escalation from Israel “could have negative repercussions on the security and stabiltiy of the region.”??The statement said the Egyptian minister considered the “Israeli escalation to be very dangerous.”

Meanwhile, Egypt’s Islamist Freedom and Justice Party, formerly headed by Mursi, said on Wednesday Egypt would no longer stand by as Israel attacked Palestinians after air strikes killed a Hamas leader.??The FJP, the political arm of the powerful Muslim Brotherhood movement, said Israeli air strikes that killed top militant Ahmed al-Jaabari in Gaza earlier on Wednesday required “swift Arab and international action to stop the massacres.”??The party, which fielded Mursi in a June election to replace toppled president Hosni Mubarak, said Israel “must take into account the changes in the Arab region and especially Egypt.”??Egypt “will not allow the Palestinians to be subjected to Israeli aggression, as in the past,” the party statement said.??Mubarak, overthrown in early 2011, was criticized by his opponents for his response to an Israeli invasion of Gaza in 2008-2009 following rocket fire by Palestinian militants.??Mursi, a vociferous supporter of the Palestinians before his election, had been expected to open up to the blockaded Gaza Strip bordering Egypt, but his government has backed off from his pledges.

The leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip called on Arab states, especially Egypt, to halt Israel’s assault on the Palestinian enclave, which was launched earlier on Wednesday.??“We call on our Arab brothers, and especially Egypt … and the new Egyptian presidency, to suppress this barbaric campaign in defense of Gaza and its people,” Reuters reported Ismail Haniyeh, the prime minister of Hamas’s Gaza government, saying in a statement.??“I call for an urgent Arab summit to confront the brutal aggression,” he added.??The Arab League said that it will hold an urgent meeting Saturday to discuss the Israeli strike on Gaza.

Having shared all of this; I now want to show you what is written in The Prophecies of Abraham, which was written in 2009 and published in 2010. You need to know these things and if I do not shout them out very few others will.

On Page 168 of the Prophecies of Abraham, I said

“In a previous chapter, according to the Prophecy of Abraham, I showed you how the State of Israel was to be invaded in the year 2013 by a northern army coming down to put down a rebellion in Egypt. I also showed you this is not the end and it is not the years of tribulation.

They will next see this same European power rise up and take on the USA in an epic battle after 2017. And in 2020 as I have shown you, this European super power will defeat the USA. They will have created peace in the Middle East….

Then again on page 164 with the charts and explaining them I said
“ After all of this, I showed you how Judah and the current state of Israel are about to be invaded, based on the Prophecy of Abraham and historic precedence. This is to happen in 2012-2013 C.E.

I demonstrated this by comparing again the life cycle of Abraham the Prophet during the Sabbatical cycle that he lived in, to our own today. And in 2026 After Creation and 2027 A.C. the kings from the north came and sacked Sodom and all the cities of the plain. Jerusalem is known prophetically as Sodom and Egypt.”

Brethren if you have not yet gotten the book The Prophecies of Abraham you need to do so today. You need to read it and have your family read it and then tell your church and assembly to read it.


These events in Israel and Gaza with Egypt lead us directly into the conflict that will see the USA and UK destroyed. They will be so utterly destroyed that prophecy says they will be as if they never were. That is how complete this coming destruction will be. You need to be aware of these prophecies that you can prove from your own bible. You need to be aware of them now. Those prophecies that you are hearing from Christian stations are leading you astray. Get the Prophecies of Abrham and know what is going on and exactly how much time before the next major event takes place.

Some how if the Prophecies of Abraham are correct, Egypt will begin a war with ISrael. Looks like it could be over Gaza. But Egypt is also making friends with Iran. Prophecy says Iran will have Nuclear capabilities because Iran will Nuke Rome in the end. So events must take place in such a way to allow Iran to develop these Nuclear arms.

ONce Egypt and Israel go to war, NATO and the European Union will invade and defeat Egypt and lead them away naked. Sudan and Libya will also be involved. And at this same time the NATO forces will invade or be invited to come into ISrael in order to maintain Peace between it and the other Arab nations. Peace Peace when there is no peace.

This then leads to the slow dismantlement of Israel until it and the USA and UK are all taken and put in captivity together as we are told in Hosea 5:5. That come after the war in 2020 in which the USA and UK will be decimated. Brethren you need to get the Prophecies of Abraham and to learn about the Sabbatical cycles. Because Judah does not keep them and has not kept them since 1948 when they took possession of the land, they will be removed for 10 years in the same way they were for 70 and it will be again for not keeping the Sabbatical years.

You can order you copy of the Prophecies of Abraham by clicking on the book at or going to and reading some of the comments others have made there. BUt you all need to tell others about what is going on and why and what is coming next. Get the book today for the sake of your family.


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