Saturday, November 16, 2013


A while back, I posted about a potential deal being hammered out between America and Iran concerning Iran's nuclear program and the lifting of economic sanctions.  Today, Israel and Saudi Arabia have announced an unlikely alliance.  Both countries realize the threat a nuclear empowered Iran means to the region and have planned a tentative partnership, should Israel deem a military strike necessary. Saudi Arabia has agreed to allow Israel to utilize it's air space for a strike on Iranian Nuclear facilities and has agreed to give tactical and rescue support if needed.  

France killed the initial deal that would have given Iran economic relief in exchange for empty promises to not enrich uranium to weapons grade and limited international oversight. Such a deal would benefit Iran greatly but cost Iran nothing in terms of ending it's uranium enrichment program.  Talks will continue this week as the U. S. attempts to broker a deal that would benefit Iran but give little or no protection to Iran's neighbors Israel and Saudi Arabia, should Iran decide to escalate it's nuclear weapons program.

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu will travel to Moscow and meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin next week as Russia has become Iran's biggest supporter both economically and in it's nuclear program.  Should talks fail and Iran is allowed to gain economic relief without any tangible reduction of it's nuclear program, Israel will most likely exercise a military option.  Sadly, America will not be able to support or defend Israel if the U. S. backs the very deal that leads to a military strike.  

Should the United States make this deal with Iran, the U. S. will, for the first time in Israel's history, become allied against God's chosen people.  This will not bode well for the United States and will quite probably be the catalyst that causes God to withdraw His favor and protection from our country.  One nation under God will complete it's divorce from God, a divorce that has been escalating for years in our culture, media and now our politics. 

Just as Israel was a representative theocracy, we are a representative republic.  When Israel's leaders rejected Christ it lead to the destruction of Israel in 70 AD.  Should our leadership reject God by siding with Israel's enemies, America will share the same fate Israel did.  Israel was reborn in 1948 because God made specific promises concerning Israel's role in future events.  God has made no such promises to America.  If you love this country, pray that it's leaders do not reject God by abandoning Israel.  Iran is a nation whose leadership is in opposition to God, should we align ourselves with Iran, we too will be a nation in opposition to God.

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