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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Kerry says ‘window’ for Mideast peace only 2 years

Prophecy Sign:  The seven year Covenant/Peace treaty




The United States Secretary of State, John Kerry, is hard at it trying to carve up the Holy Land, and Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is there with him in support of dividing the land.  Firstly, God says don't do this, (divide the land - Joel 3:2), for he will judge the nations that do.  And secondly, God warns that once an agreement is reached in dividing the land and peace is declared, then all hell will break loose, (the Tribulation).  John Kerry says that the window for peace is only 2 years.  Does that mean that we may be that close to fulfilling the prophecy of Daniel?  Remains to be seen. 


He will confirm a covenant with many for one 'seven.' In the middle of the 'seven' he will put an end to sacrifice and offering. And at the temple he will set up an abomination that causes desolation, until the end that is decreed is poured out on him." Daniel 9:27 NIV

Kerry says ‘window’ for Mideast peace only 2 years
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday underlined the difficulty he will face in trying to chart a path toward Mideast peace, urging patience on the details of any two-state plan while stressing that Israel and the Palestinians might only have two years left for a deal. He told the House Foreign Affairs Committee that he was committed to breaking a logjam that includes nearly no Israeli-Palestinian talks in the past 4½ years and no solution in sight after more than six decades of conflict. But Kerry, who visited Jerusalem and the West Bank last week, said he sensed a “seriousness of purpose” in his meetings with Israeli and Palestinian leaders. He said the objective now is translating that seriousness into quick action.
http://www.timesofisrael.com/kerry-says-window-for-mideast-peace-only-2-years/

Netanyahu: We Are Committed to 'Two-State Solution'
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday once again expressed his support for a two-state solution to end the Israeli-Arab conflict. Speaking during a reception for foreign diplomats in honor of Israel’s Independence Day, Netanyahu said, "We are committed to our aspiration for peace, a peace that will be based on the principle of two states for two peoples, a Jewish state alongside a demilitarized Palestinian state. “But in order for the peace to last it must be anchored in security,” he added. “The State of Israel must be able to defend itself by itself; its security will be a main component of any future peace agreement.”

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