Friday, August 12, 2005

Wheels, Bridges, and the Gaza Strip 

I've paid my vows, no turning around
I've burned the bridges, they can't be found

Or as the Grateful Dead sang

The wheel is turning and you can't slow it down
You can't let go and you can't hold on
Can't go back and you can't stand still
If the thunder don't get ya, then the lightening will

The world continues to press on toward Armegeddon.

The Israeli government will begin its forced evacuation of Jewish settlements in the Gaza strip this week.

What a monumental mistake! The Lord God the Holy One of Israel has returned the children of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob to the land which He promised to their fathers, and for the first time in history the leaders of the people are voluntarily giving the land away, abandoning it to the enemies of Israel, God, and all that is good.

Could this be the very "covenant with death" the Lord spoke of in Isaiah 28:15-18, which He said He would "disannul." It certainly has every indication of being suicidal. After all, there will be no peace with the Palestinians. Not ever. Have you ever heard a Palestinian proposal for a Palestinian state and a secure Israel. Why, of course not. The Palestinians are totally of one mind and one accord in their determination to utterly destroy every Jewish man, woman, and child in Israel. And you're going to appease this bunch by surrending a few settlements?

This is going to be a hell of a week.

A hell of week.

We've been waiting for the other shoe to drop. Watch this! For when they say "Peace," then sudden destruction shall come upon them.



The pullout from the settlements, they say, are intended to result in... peace! Hold on to your hat. Fasten your seat belts. The wheel is turning and you can't slow it down. It won't be long now.

Small wheel turn by fire and rod
Big wheel turn by the grace of God
Every time that wheel turns 'round
We're bound to cover just a little more ground.

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