God

The supernatural protection of Israel

Here’s an awe-inspiring sight, a pillar of cloud protecting Israel on the Syrian border on Dec 5th, 2016.

It brings to mind the column of cloud that was there in the Exodus when God stood between Israel and the army of Pharaoh.

Is there any proof for the events in Exodus 14, and the Red Sea crossing?

Ron Wyatt, a colorful and controversial amateur archeologist found chariot wheels on the floor of the Red Sea, relating it to the Biblical account of Pharaoh’s army being drowned while pursuing the Hebrews.

This hasn’t been proven true or false: https://www.truthorfiction.com/chariot-wheels/#.VFprvIdKagy

He never got his work peer-reviewed so I don’t consider his findings relevant.  For me the cloud is evidence of the Exodus.

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And the Angel of God, who went before the camp of Israel, moved and went behind them; and the pillar of cloud went from before them and stood behind them. So it came between the camp of the Egyptians and the camp of Israel. Exodus 14:19


For more evidence of God’s protection of Israel, click here.

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Hamas rockets diverted by Israel’s God

We are in the period between the first and second blood moons of The Tetrad.  Blood red moons are considered to be an omen of war for Israel, and now Israel is at war with Gaza. 
Sadly it’sHamas rockets path changed not an unusual state of affairs.  Rockets have been fired at Israel from Gaza ever since 2005 when Israel pulled out of the Gaza strip, ironically in the hope that it would being peace.

It should come as no surprise that Israel would eventually retaliate, especially now that the rockets are reaching further and further into Israel.

What is unusual is this; a headline from a newspaper on July 18th 2014; “Their God changes the path of our rockets in mid-ar, says a terrorist.”  You’d think it might give the terrorists pause to think.

Hamas, who have sworn to eradicate the “Zionist entity” through Jihad, love to bellow “Allahu Akhbar”.  It means “Allah is greater”.  Really?  Greater at what?  It seems Allah can’t even get his aim straight.