05.20.2011 An Evil Proclamation


A Word of the Lord:
Early morning, Friday, May 20, 2011

The proclamation, the proclamation has gone forth from the mouth of the king-the proclamation against the Lord and His land and His people.  I have heard it, saith the Lord, and my eyes have seen the plans of the wicked.  A nation will reel from this.  The nation that decreed the matter will reel.  They have reaped the whirlwind and now they will reel as a drunken man who cannot stand–as a man on a ship in the tempest.  The earth will shake beneath his feet as my fury is unleashed against a nation who defies me, saith the Lord.  The foundation that was laid by the forefathers will be shaken and brought to destruction.

In what has been labeled by the media as President Obama’s “Arab Spring” speech, Thursday, May 19, 2011, standing in the U.S. State Department, he spoke on behalf of the United States and said:

Obama’s Arab Spring Speech from The U.S. State Dept.

The United States believes that negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan, and Egypt, and permanent Israeli borders with Palestine.  We believe the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps, so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states.  The Palestinian people must have the right to govern themselves, and reach their full potential, in a sovereign and contiguous state.

The following morning, the Lord spoke this word to me concerning it.  It was also the day that Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, met with President Obama to discuss the Middle East peace process and afterward Prime Minister Netanyahu responded to this proclamation by our president by saying:

…Israel wants peace. I want peace.

…I think for there to be peace, the Palestinians will have to accept some basic realities. The first is that while Israel is prepared to make generous compromises for peace, it cannot go back to the 1967 lines, because these lines are indefensible, because they don’t take into account certain changes that have taken place on the ground, demographic changes that have taken place over the last 44 years. Remember that before 1967, Israel was all of 9 miles wide — half the width of the Washington Beltway. And these were not the boundaries of peace; they were the boundaries of repeated wars, because the attack on Israel was so attractive from them.  So we can’t go back to those indefensible lines, and we’re going to have to have a long-term military presence along the Jordan.

…So Israel obviously cannot be asked to negotiate with a government that is backed by the Palestinian version of Al Qaeda….But a third reality is that the Palestinian refugee problem will have to be resolved in the context of a Palestinian state but certainly not in the borders of Israel. The Arab attack in 1948 on Israel resulted in two refugee problems, Palestinian refugee problem and Jewish refugees, roughly the same number, who were expelled from Arab lands. Now tiny Israel absorbed the Jewish refugees, but the vast Arab world refused to absorb the Palestinian refugees.

Now, 63 years later, the Palestinians come to us and they say to Israel: accept the grandchildren, really, and the great-grandchildren of these refugees, thereby wiping out Israel’s future as a Jewish state.

So that’s not going to happen. Everybody knows it’s not going to happen. And I think it’s time to tell the Palestinians forthrightly, it’s not going to happen.

The Palestinian refugee problem has to be resolved. It can be resolved. And it will be resolved if the Palestinians choose to do so in Palestinian state. That’s a real possibility. But it’s not going to be resolved within the Jewish state.

Be he president, prime minister, or king, when the leader of a nation makes proclamations on behalf of that nation, it is a very serious matter.  You may remember the Biblical story of Israel’s King David who gave the order to number the people after God told him not to.  David’s military leader pleaded with him not to disobey God, but to no avail.  This proclamation and action by the king brought about God’s righteous judgment in which 70,000 men died.  God was about to destroy the entire population of Jerusalem but showed mercy in the midst of his judgment.  King David repented of the evil he had done and offered sacrifices unto the Lord.

President Obama has defied Yehweh and done so in the name of the United States of America.  At the time of hearing this from the Lord, we had already reaped the whirlwind with the deadly outbreak of tornadoes in April.  Two days after Obama’s proclamation concerning Israel, another outbreak of tornadoes ravaged this nation bringing even more death and destruction than the first.  Our nation continues to be ravaged with tornadoes, floods, and wildfires that destroys human life, property, livestock, businesses, and crops.  Our nation’s economy continues to be ravaged by such as this and by leaders and citizens who are ungodly, filled with hate and greed, and who are bent on destroying this nation.

 When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: 
but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.     
Proverbs 29:2 (KJV) 

The last statement the Lord made to me this morning was:

The foundation that was laid by the forefathers will be shaken and brought to destruction.

I sat there in utter amazement and horror as I transcribed what I heard Him saying, for I knew that He was speaking of our Constitution.  I instantly understood that everything that this nation was founded on that has insured our freedoms for more than two hundred years was going to be violated and ultimately destroyed.

May the Lord see and hear Christians across this nation weeping in repentance and crying out for His mercy–that utter destruction not come upon our nation.

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