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At the Heart of End Times Prophecy

We are all too familiar with the angst and agony over the 2020 presidential election fraud, the overblown COVID-19 perpetration (in my opinion,) and the satanic globalist rage that threatens to bring on life worse than that under the Nazi regime. But there is something even more profound in terms of where we stand on God’s prophetic timeline.

It has been going on for years –decades, really. We see it going on at the moment, even under the auspices of the president we here hold to be a true champion of Israel, thus one of the most God-directed of all of American history’s chief executives.

The actions taken by the U.S. state department and other agencies in this regard dates back to Israel’s reestablishment as a nation in 1948 under President Harry Truman. The efforts, however, got seriously underway in later administrations, with the efforts becoming more pronounced in the most recent decades.

I refer here to the incessant attempts to bring Israel into peace arrangements with its blood-vowed enemies. More specifically, the heart of end times prophecy as referenced in the article’s title involves the attempts made at dividing God’s promised land given to His chosen people –the Jews.

There were efforts made to do so during the Johnson and Nixon administrations to be sure. Jimmy Carter’s presidency made progress in bringing together Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Egyptian President Anwar Al-Sadat. This was without serious attempts to add to the mix the division of the land God gave to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

But it was with the George Herbert Walker Bush presidency that the most profound signal of the very end of the age began shaping in an easily observable fashion. James Baker and the state department began serious efforts to force the proposal that the land be divided in order to try to bring Israel’s enemy neighbors to the so-called peace table. Bill Clinton’s administration continued the effort, offering PLO leader Yasser Arafat 98 percent of all the PLO wanted, but to no avail, as Arafat walked out on the talks, knowing he would have nothing to complain about if he accepted the sell-out terms.

Then came the truly serious effort to produce the land for peace deal. The Roadmap to Peace proposals were carried out by the George W. Bush administration. It is still going today, having bridged the Barack Obama administration’s doing as much damage to Israel as possible, while maintaining a solemn face of pseudo-friendship with the Jewish state.

President Trump assigned his Jewish son-in-law, Jared Kushner, the job of putting together and carrying out the Deal of the Century. While Mr. Trump has been an apparent friend to Israel like no other president, none-the-less his administration retained some of the Roadmap to Peace land division ideas within the Deal of the Century blueprint.

The Lord has Foretold plainly in His Word to mankind that He will not abide the division of His Promised Land to His chosen people.

“For, behold, in those days, and in that time, when I shall bring again the captivity of Judah and Jerusalem, I will also gather all nations, and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel, whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land.” (Joel 3: 1-2)     

God says this is in a time He has chosen for Him to deal with all who have been implicit in dealing treacherously with His chosen people. It is the end times –the very end of the age—of which He forewarns.

And it is not only those outside of Israel who are bringing about the fulfillment of this prophecy. We see that there is growing within Israel’s governing forces those who want to embrace this deadly course with regard to land for peace.

Benny Gantz believes Jerusalem is “spacious” enough for a Palestinian capital whilst still remaining united, according to an interview in a Saudi newspaper.

Gantz, who serves as defense minister and alternate prime minister told the Arabic language newspaper Asharq al-Awsat that Jerusalem is a “spacious city that is full of sites which are sacred for all.”

“They want and need an entity in which they will live independently. A state or a kingdom, they can call it whatever they like,” Gantz said. “It is in their right to have independence and a capital which will be a solution to all deadlocked issues.”

“I want Palestinians to be part of the peace process. The push for normalization within the Arab world is a great and tangible opportunity,” he said…

While Israel views Jerusalem as its official and undivided capital, while the Palestinians want its eastern part as their own capital under a two-state solution.

A peace plan unveiled by U.S. President Donald Trump earlier this year placed the Palestinian capital in Abu Dis, a small town near Jerusalem.

(Gantz -There will be a place for Palestinian capital in united Jerusalem, Ynetnews, December 19, 2020)

As often pointed out, despite all the other end of the age signals that are flashing during the course of hourly news cycles, it is the nation Israel that is the prime indicator of where this generation stands on God’s prophetic timeline. And it is the dividing of God’s promised land to descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob that is at the heart of Bible prophecy on the cusp of being fulfilled –with Armageddon looming.


  1. billyswinea3737 says:


  2. Joseph says:

    The compromise regarding the Roadmap to Peace is grievous. Mr. Trumps participation at this point could cost him reelection. This issue is nonnegotiable.

  3. Julia Pomeroy says:

    Thank you for reminding us that we tend to become too navel gazing rather than looking out at what is going on with God’s chosen people. We truly need to hold all things in balance and not be focused just on, say, the virus, or the election.

  4. Mary Norris says:

    Someone pointed out that the plan to partition was an Israeli plan at some point to wipe out their adversaries…some Accord. A means to and end of having peace.

  5. Ed Wood says:

    Is it possible that the present trajectory of the Middle East Peace process could fall apart after Joe Biden assumes office? If so, then it seems to me that it would open the door to creating another peace treaty.

    Of course, it’ll require someone with enough clout to make it stick because I don’t think the U.S. will be much of a player at that time.

    I think we all know who that will be, don’t we?

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