Palestinian Suicide Bombers and Middle East Peace Part 3
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Authored By  :
Bill Kochman

Published On :
October 5, 2003

Last Updated :
January 3, 2009

Incompatibility Of Sharon And Arafat, Netanyahu, Sharon's
Failed Promise Of Peace And Security, Does Arafat Control
The Bombers, America's High School And Employee Shootings,
Is The President Responsible?, Big Brother's Police State,
Arafat Discredited By Israel And Bush, Casualties In Iraq,
America's Weakness And Duplicity, Free Will And Personal
Choice, Limitations Imposed On Palestinian Security Forces,
Civil War, A House Divided, Arafat Imprisoned In Ramallah,
9/11 Attacks, Cold-Hearted Scheming Leaders, Pearl Harbor,
Lost Peace Opportunities, Yossi Beilin Peace Plan, Sharon's
Opposition To Swiss Accords, Convincing The General Public,
Arafat's Real Strategy, Endtime Political Deception, God
Raises Up Leaders, Holy Covenant, 3rd Jewish Temple, Battle
Of Armageddon, God Is In Control, Jerusalem Sifts Nations

If you take an honest, unbiased look at the current state of
the Middle East peace process, I think that many of you will
agree with me when I propose that, at this particular moment
in time, the main obstacle to peace isn't so much the general
Israeli population, or the general Palestinian population, it
is their hawkish leaders, Ariel Sharon and Yasser Arafat; who
know how to manipulate the crowds, and stir up the passions
of their people. They are both pros at this. As long as these
two men remain in power, it honestly doesn't look to me like
much progress is ever going to be achieved. In a word, Ariel
Sharon is just as much an extremist in one direction, as Mr.
Arafat is in the other. Having to deal with Arafat was hard
enough. When Sharon won the last election, it was like adding
gasoline to the fire. Many people, myself included, realized
that Sharon's victory signalled serious trouble for the peace
process, just as occurred years before with the election of
hawkish Binyamin Netanyahu.

As I have mentioned before, nobody thought that Mr. Netanyahu
would win that election; but when he did, the United States,
and other nations, viewed his victory with dread. Well, Mr.
Netanyahu eventually messed up, (although he is now making a
strong comeback), but his removal from office only made room
for Netanyahu version 2.0, in the form of Ariel Sharon. These
two men were made from the same cookie cutter so-to-speak. It
is for this very reason that trying to achieve peace between
Sharon and Arafat, is like trying to forcefully mix vinegar
and oil. The minute you stop vigorously shaking the bottle,
they will begin to separate again. The oil will float to the
top, like Arafat at the Muqata in Ramallah to the north, and
Sharon, like vinegar with a bite, will sink to the bottom.

Three years ago, Mr. Sharon won the Israeli election with the
promise to restore peace and security to Israel. Any casual
observer will have to admit that Sharon has achieved neither.
In fact, as I have already pointed out, he basically made a
declaration of war when he went to the Temple Mount that Fall
day. In the past three years since he started Beirut Part 2,
both Israelis and Palestinians have experienced more death
and destruction, than they have in years. And while it is a
sad statistic to mention, it's important that you understand,
that while the Israelis are quick to publicize how many Jews
have met their deaths at the hands of suicide bombers, the
simple truth of the matter is that since the intifada began,
almost three times as many Palestinians have been killed by
the Israelis, as have Israelis been killed by Palestinians.
We are talking about several thousand Palestinians, and not
just hundreds of Israelis. The fact that there are numbers
to mention at all, is a real, heart-wrenching tragedy.

So again, Sharon's promise of peace and security has been an
utter failure. It seems that the more pressure he applies to
the Palestinians, the more Israelis die. It should be quite
obvious to you that Sharon's approach to the problem simply
is not working, and both sides are paying a very high price
due to the obstinacy of these two men, Sharon and Arafat.

Like many of you, I have pondered whether or not the suicide
bombers are really operating under the authority of, and with
the permission of, Mr. Arafat. Perhaps so; or perhaps things
are so out of control due to the Palestinian security forces
being hindered by the Israelis, that Arafat really is unable
to rein in the terrorist organizations. Before you are quick
to just dismiss this idea as nothing but nonsense, consider
the fact that right now there are approximately four million
Palestinians living in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. I
read recently that there were about one million more Jews in
Israel, than there are Palestinians living in the Occupied

Now, while this may not seem related at first, allow me to
make a comparison, to help you to better understand what I
am about to say. In the United States of America in recent
years, a terrible scourge has raised its ugly head. I am
referring to the randomized killing of innocent bystanders
in American public schools, by young kids who have obvious
psychological problems. In addition to this, there have also
been killings in the work place by what have been reported
to be disgruntled former employees. America has been shocked
by these incidents; so much so, that American public schools
are now becoming virtual prisons with cameras and security
guards all over the place. In fact, with each passing year,
and with the passage of such things as the American Patriot
Act, the United States of America is evolving more and more
into a virtual police state; and that is exactly my point,
as I will explain in a moment.

Now, allow me to ask you a simple question. Each time that
one of these terrible incidents has occurred, have you been
quick to point your finger at the president of the United
States? Have you asked why he hasn't stopped these people
from perpetrating these horrible crimes? Have you accused
him of failing at his job? Of course not. Why? Because you
know full well that the president is not responsible for
each of these individual acts. You know that there exists
such things as free will and personal choice, and that the
president cannot control what each American citizen decides
to do with their lives. In addition to this, you know that
the only way that every single crime could ever possibly be
prevented, would be if the United States were converted into
a total police state with guards and surveillance equipment
on every single street corner, and in every single room of
every single building, in every single city, in every single
state. In short, it would really require a scenario similar
to George Orwell's "Big Brother" in the novel "1984".

Now, have you made the connection yet to our previous topic?
Every time that a suicide bombing occurs, the Israelis are
very quick to point the finger at Yasser Arafat, as are many
pro-Israel American Christians, beginning with some members
of the Bush administration. They discredit Arafat and his
team and accusingly say "See! He is not a man of peace! He
doesn't lift a finger to stop these terrorists! In fact, he
incites and encourages them to kill Israelis! He is no peace
partner! He is irrelevant! He is dangerous! Let's remove him
from the picture by whatever means necessary!"; and on and
on they go with their hypocritical accusations, as if Ariel
Sharon has bent over backwards to achieve peace. My gosh!
Sharon treats Arafat like he is the Plague!

I am not coming to Mr. Arafat's defense. I am merely trying
to show you the hypocrisy of the situation. Sharon's people
have killed some 3,000 Palestinians since the intifada began,
yet we don't see the Bush administration complaining that he
is irrelevant, or accusing Sharon of being a terrorist. If
3,000 American soldiers had died in Iraq by now, you can bet
that the Bush administration would be ready to pull out of
there, so that it could drop a bomb on Baghdad; yet in the
state of Israel, all we hear about are the terrible suicide
bombers who have killed in the hundreds, while the Israelis
have killed in the thousands, and totally oppressed their
neighbors in every way possible, so that they are barely a
functioning society. Again, I don't like using numbers for
comparisons, but I really want you people in America to see
what kind of a lopsided picture you are being given by
those who control you.

Since I was just speaking about Iraq, allow me to share an
interesting piece of information with you. According to a
CNN news report I was just reading, more than 180 American
soldiers have died in Iraq, as a result of ambushes and
accidents, since President Bush declared an end to what he
referred to as "major combat", on May 1st. While 3,000
Americans soldiers have not died in Iraq, guess what? This
same report states that over 3,200 Iraqi civilians died in
one month alone prior to the end of "major combat", and that
number is thought to be very conservative. Following is an
excerpt from the article:

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There is no reliable source for Iraqi civilian or combatant
casualty figures, either during the period of major combat
or after May 1. The Associated Press reported an estimated
3,240 civilian Iraqi deaths between March 20 and April 20,
but the AP said that the figure was based on records of only
half of Iraq's hospitals and the actual number was thought
to be significantly higher.

----- End Quote -----

As I pointed out in part one, as weak as he is, George Bush
just gave Sharon the nod before the Israelis attacked Syria,
because they both view Syria as a common enemy, and a part
of the so-called "Axis of Evil". The Bush administration has
adopted the same attitude regarding the settlements. Here is
supposedly big, powerful America, who bombs Yugoslavia, who
bombs Afghanistan, and who bombs Iraq; but when it comes to
little Israel, which is barely the size of a small American
state, America is so weak, and so controlled by the Jews,
that whenever Sharon does something which America doesn't
like, all we see is a light slap on the wrist, or a "You
better count the cost before you do that Ariel!"; or "You
better not touch Arafat, Ariel!", or "You had better stop
building those settlements, Ariel!"; and that is it. The
words of the USA directed at Israel are utterly toothless!

Now, if you honestly cannot see America's duplicity in all
of this, then I feel sorry for you, and I have to tell you
that you must really be brainwashed. Maybe you need to turn
off your television set and allow your brain to get a break
from all of that American thought control. Instead of just
listening to American news like CNN all the time, maybe you
should take some time to venture out onto the Internet, and
see what other countries are saying regarding some of these
events; unless, of course, you are one of these high and
mighty Americans who thinks that America is right about
everything it says and does. If you are, then simply stop
reading this series now and remove it from your hard drive.

Returning to the example I was sharing with you earlier;
while there are considerably less Palestinians than there
are American citizens, can you honestly say that it is fair
to accuse Arafat each time one of these bomb attacks occurs?
Please bear in mind, that as I stated a moment ago, it would
require a total police state in order to deter every single
crime in the USA; because no leader, no matter how powerful
he may appear to be, can control the thoughts and actions of
every single citizen. Neither political leaders, policemen,
nor anyone else, can read a person's thoughts. They cannot
pre-determine what a person may or may not do. They cannot
encroach upon a person's free will and personal choice until
after they have committed a crime, or at least shown a clear
intent to commit a crime.

Not only does Arafat not have a police state, he does not
even have a real state; and as far as his security forces
are concerned, it is a known fact that they are for the most
part in shambles, as a result of the many incursions by the
Israelis into the Occupied Territories. Not only have the
Israeli Defense Forces destroyed many of the police precinct
buildings, but they have collected weapons as well; and to
this day, the Israelis absolutely refuse to transfer control
to the Palestinian security forces, so that they can begin
to properly police their own people. This has been one of
the sticking points of the negotiations for a long time.

In other words, on one hand, the Israelis repeatedly accuse
Mr. Arafat of not fulfilling his obligations to rein in the
terrorist organizations, while on the other, they knowingly
refuse to allow the Palestinian security forces to do what
they know they have to do. In short, those shrewd Israelis
have purposely tied the hands of Arafat and his men. Even if
there was a honest willingness on Arafat's part to make real
efforts at peace, (and I don't know that there is), perhaps
he simply can't do it, because the terrorist organizations
really are out of his control. He simply cannot control, or
be held responsible for controlling, the actions of every
single Palestinian citizen, any more than the US president
can control every single American citizen.

What further complicates this situation, is the fact that
even if Mr. Arafat and the Palestinian security forces were
able to make an attempt to rein in the terrorist groups, as
Arafat has wisely and clearly recognized, it would lead to
full-scale civil war, because organizations such as Islamic
Jihad, Hamas, etc., have made it very plain that they have
absolutely no intention of laying down their weapons. Not
only that, but I don't doubt that the Israeli hawks in Mr.
Sharon's administration would be rather delighted to see
the Palestinians fighting amongst themselves; as it would
only serve to weaken them further. As the Bible clearly
teaches us:

"Can two walk together, except they be agreed?" Amos 3:3, KJV

"...Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to
desolation; and every city or house divided against itself
shall not stand:" Matthew 12:25b, KJV

So while Israel and the United States find Mr. Arafat's claim
of civil war unacceptable, and view it as just another poor
excuse for his not reining in the terrorist organizations, I
think that Arafat has expressed a valid concern which needs
to be addressed.

Allow me to make one final point on this particular issue.
Most of you will know that for many months now, Arafat has
been living in a virtual prison in the Muqata, surrounded
by Israeli Defense Forces. He can't leave that bombed-out
compound, much less Ramallah. There have also been times
when the Israelis have cut off his communications, and the
utilities there as well. In addition to this, I wouldn't be
the least bit surprised if the Israelis are using advanced
eavesdropping technology in order to listen in on whatever
is occurring in private between Mr. Arafat and his top

Having said that, don't you find it rather amazing that, in
spite of the way his freedom has been so heavily curtailed,
the Israelis claim that Arafat is still able to communicate
with these terrorist organizations, in order to plan suicide
bomber attacks against Israeli citizens? I don't know about
you, but something doesn't seem right with that picture. If
Arafat is really doing all that they accuse him of doing, I
would certainly like to know how he is doing it; wouldn't
you? How in the world is one old man outsmarting the entire
Israeli military and intelligence community? It also reminds
me of how many people still wonder how it is that the 9/11
terrorists were able to carry out their attacks, without any
of the US's top political, military and intelligence leaders
knowing anything about it. Is somebody lying somewhere?

Now, maybe Yasser Arafat really is behind the suicide bomber
attacks, at least some of them. If he is, then that really
makes me wonder about the efficiency of Israeli intelligence.
Of course, we cannot rule out the possibility that they are
in fact aware of these attacks before they occur, but they
allow them to occur anyway, because such attacks add to their
political advantage over Arafat. While that idea may possibly
shock you, the sad truth is that some leaders will knowingly
allow harm to come to their own people, if it will in some
way serve their purposes. To this day, many people remain
convinced that America's leadership at the time knew about
the coming Japanese aerial attack on the Pearl Harbor naval
facilities, but that they did nothing to stop it, because it
gave the Americans a valid excuse, and the opportunity that
they needed, to do what they would later do to end the war.

Lest you think I am leaning too far to the Palestinian side,
let me point out again, that the Palestinians aren't without
guilt in this conflict. Aside from the horrible suicide bomb
attacks, they have missed some golden opportunities to see
their dreams realized. As I mention in a few other articles,
as far back as 1948, if the Arabs had made the right choice,
they might now already possess the very land for which they
are currently fighting. Sadly, rather than agree to the UN
partition plan, they chose to go to war; and as a result of
that wrong decision, there's been conflict ever since.

Even more recently, as some of you will undoubtedly recall,
former Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak, with the mediation
of US President Bill Clinton, offered the Palestinians almost
everything that they were demanding, including almost 97% of
the land. Of course, there was always the question regarding
whether or not Barak would have really given East Jerusalem
to them for their capital, plus recognized the Palestinian
"right of return". At any rate, to everyone's surprise, even
mine, Arafat walked away from the negotiations; and Sharon's
victory, as well as the latest intifada, soon followed after
that. So again, there have been some missed opportunities.

As you probably realize, I am by no means the first person
to make these observations regarding Sharon's dismal failure
to fulfill his promise of returning peace and security to
Israel. Many people are also aware of how close both sides
came to a peace settlement several years ago. As I mentioned
earlier, in spite of the outward appearance right now, there
are peacemakers on both the Israeli side, as well as in the
Palestinian camp. While Mr. Sharon and President Bush have
both dismissed Arafat as an "irrelevant" part of the peace
process, and have even refused to meet personally with him,
or negotiate with him, or with any of his representatives,
it has recently come to my attention, that while it has not
been highly publicized, certain members of the Labor party
in Israel, have been holding secret negotiations with their
Palestinian counterparts in Switzerland, and in other places
as well.

Some of you may be familiar with the former Justice Minister
of Israel, Mr. Yossi Beilin. According to the Israeli Insider
website, for about a year now, Mr. Beilin has been working
with his associates, towards achieving a lasting peace with
the Palestinians. In fact, today, as I conclude this series,
they are at this very moment working out some of the final
details of their peace plan, which has come to be known as
the "Swiss Accords". Following are some key excerpts from
the article concerning the Swiss Accords and today's meeting
in Jordan:

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The agreements...and were reached with the knowledge and
support of Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat. One
of the senior officials representing the Palestinians was
former information minister Yasser Abed Rabbo.

The aim of the meetings is to replace the failed Oslo
Accords with a new final status arrangement and a peace
agreement that would resolve all outstanding issues,
including borders, settlements, refugees and the status of

The wording of the so-called "Swiss Accords" is at an
advanced stage, ynet reported, and there is hope that a
final breakthrough will be achieved at the high-level
meeting between the sides this weekend in Jordan.

The draft agreement is based on the Beilin-Abu Mazen plan of
1995, which was finalized in talks between Beilin and
then-deputy PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), and on
the Clinton "outlines" that were the basis for an agreement
between Israel and the Palestinians in talks at Camp David
and Taba in 2000 and 2001.

According to ynet, the sides reached "creative solutions" to
the controversial issue of a "right of return" of
Palestinian refugees. The Palestinian side showed great
flexibility on this issue, ynet reported. In addition, the
proposed agreement would result in Israel's dismantling
"most" of the West Bank settlements but adopting certain
"settlement blocs" in the Gush Etzion area and near
Jerusalem, including the suburb of Maale Adumim.

On the issue of Jerusalem, the sides reportedly agreed to
divide the city on the basis of "what is Jewish would remain
part of Israel and what is Arab would be under Arab

The meetings between the Israeli and Palestinian officials
were held with the knowledge of Arafat, Abu Mazen and new
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei (Abu Ala). The
meetings were financed by the Swiss, the European Union,
Japan and the United States, ynet reported.

----- End Quotes -----

I find it rather interesting that while in the public forum,
the United States has sidelined Yasser Arafat, this article
states that the USA has helped to finance these negotiations,
even though they have apparently occurred with the knowledge
and support of Arafat. So, perhaps the Americans are simply
not willing to allow any possible opportunity for peace to
slip by. Of course, as can be expected, Ariel Sharon and his
rightist Likud party are not very happy about these meetings,
and Sharon has been quick to condemn them, accusing Beilin
of working in a traitorous fashion behind his back, in order
to topple his administration. Following are a few more
excerpts from the article:

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Speaking at a local election rally in Bat Yam Wednesday
night, Sharon said, "There is currently a cynical political
attempt by Labor and the left to topple the government by
illegitimate means at a time when we are engaged in a
difficult campaign against terror. They balk at nothing and
some of them coordinate their actions with the Palestinians
behind the government's back."

"Sharon's panicky speech and his cynical attack on the
opposition and Labor Party are reminiscent of Netanyahu's
'They are afraid' speech," said MK Amram Mitzna (Labor) in
response. "Sharon has been misleading the public for three
years. Now that it is becoming clear that he is failing, he
is afraid - not about the fate of the country but about his
own fate."

MK Dalia Itzik (Labor) added that Sharon's accusations that
the Left was collaborating with the Palestinians were an
attempt to divert public opinion from his failures.

----- End Quotes -----

At this point in time, I honestly do not know how things are
going to turn out. Perhaps in coming weeks and months, we
will begin to get a better idea of how much has really been
accomplished by the peace negotiators. Even if real progress
is made at this meeting, some obstacles will still have to
be overcome before the Swiss Accords can be realized. First,
there is the fact that Mr. Beilin and his team are not legal
representatives of the current Israeli administration; they
are acting as private citizens. This means that no matter
how much they may accomplish with the Palestinians, it has
no legitimacy. Ariel Sharon will obviously fight this tooth
and nail, because it is totally contrary to his plans; and
as the article states, it places his political future in

What this means, is that Beilin and his partners, as well as
the Palestinian partners, are going to have to convince the
general public that this updated peace plan is workable, and
that both sides will truly carry out its stipulations, unlike
the broken commitments we have all seen up until now. If I
am right about how most Israelis and Palestinians feel right
now, that is, that they are both tired of the violence and
bloodshed, and truly want peace, then this might not be as
daunting a task as it may first appear. Sharon will be the
biggest obstacle to overcome; the reason being that as long
as there is war and violence occurring, he won't be under
too much pressure to give up anything; he will continue to
feel justified in everything that he's been doing, such as
building the barrier wall, expanding the settlements and
building new ones, blockading the West Bank and the Gaza
Strip, keeping Arafat imprisoned in Ramallah, carrying out
the assassinations, etc.

As to Arafat's true motivations in all of this, I am really
not sure. One thing I will say, as I have already said a few
times now, I do not like him, or trust him, any more than I
like or trust Ariel Sharon. On many occasions, Arafat has
made absolutely clear his intentions to run the Jews into
the Mediterranean Sea. Unless he has had a sudden change of
heart, which I seriously doubt, then I don't think that his
motivations are altogether pure, or that he has a sincere
interest in making peace with Israel. Like Sharon, he will
not be happy until he has it all. If this is truly Arafat's
strategy, then convincing terrorist elements like Hamas and
Islamic Jihad to temporarily lay down their arms, or to at
least stop the suicide bombings, may not be too difficult.
All Arafat has to do is tell them "Look; this peace plan is
our opportunity to grab a lot more than what we now have.
Once we secure that, then we can proceed from there".

As I read all of these news reports, watch developments in
the Middle East, and study the Scriptures, one thing that
keeps coming back to me, is that the Bible tells us that the
Endtime will be a time filled with deception, including both
spiritual deception, as well as political deception. While I
am still not quite sure where the following verses fit into
the overall Endtime picture, or who their protagonists are,
they keep coming back to me, due to the way that they so
perfectly fit what we have been seeing occurring in the
Middle East during the past ten years or so. These verses

"And both these kings' hearts shall be to do mischief, and
they shall speak lies at one table; but it shall not
prosper: for yet the end shall be at the time appointed.
Then shall he return into his land with great riches; and
his heart shall be against the holy covenant; and he shall
do exploits, and return to his own land."
Daniel 11:27-28, KJV

I am not suggesting that Arafat and Sharon are the kings of
the north and the south mentioned in these verses, but the
political deception described in the verses, certainly fits
the Middle East peace process. Also, I do not doubt for a
minute that God has allowed these two obstinate men to come
to power at this particular time, for a reason. As I have
explained before, whether they be good, or whether they be
evil, it is God who allows world leaders to come to power,
in order that they might fulfill His Divine Purpose, as we
by these verses:

"Lift not up your horn on high: speak not with a stiff neck.
For promotion cometh neither from the east, nor from the
west, nor from the south. But God is the judge: he putteth
down one, and setteth up another." Psalms 75:5-7, KJV

"Daniel answered and said, Blessed be the name of God for
ever and ever: for wisdom and might are his: And he changeth
the times and the seasons: he removeth kings, and setteth up
kings: he giveth wisdom unto the wise, and knowledge to them
that know understanding:" Daniel 2:20-21, KJV

"This matter is by the decree of the watchers, and the
demand by the word of the holy ones: to the intent that the
living may know that the most High ruleth in the kingdom of
men, and giveth it to whomsoever he will, and setteth up
over it the basest of men." Daniel 4:17, KJV

"The king's heart is in the hand of the LORD, as the rivers
of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will."
Proverbs 21:1, KJV

As I point out in some of my other Endtime articles, whoever
these two Endtime leaders are, we know that eventually, they
will sign an agreement, which the Bible refers to as the Holy
Covenant. This seven-year peace accord will probably include
a clause which will allow for the construction of the final
Jewish temple on Mount Moriah in East Jerusalem. But, as we
have already seen, this temporary period of plastic peace
will be based upon deception, and will only last for about
three and a half years, and then the Great Tribulation, and
the final war will occur in the plains of northern Israel,
at a place called the hill of Megiddo, or Armageddon, as we
see here:

"And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the
mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and
out of the mouth of the false prophet. For they are the
spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the
kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to
the battle of that great day of God Almighty...And he
gathered them together into a place called in the Hebrew
tongue Armageddon." Revelation 16:13-14, 16, KJV

So God knows what is going to happen, and He remains in
perfect control of the sad situation in the Middle East; and
He is allowing all of these things to happen for a reason;
in fact for several reasons. For example, we know that He is
not done with dealing with the Jews, because their pride and
stubborn spirit has still not been broken. They still refuse
to bend the knee to Jesus Christ. In addition to this, there
are indications in the Old Testament prophecies, that God may
use the Jerusalem problem to sift the nations, as we see by
the following verses:

"Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of trembling unto all
the people round about, when they shall be in the siege both
against Judah and against Jerusalem. And in that day will I
make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that
burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all
the people of the earth be gathered together against it."
Zechariah 12:2-3, KJV

If the previous verses have not yet been fulfilled, and are
indeed an Endtime prophecy, as many people believe, then as
I point out in such articles as "The Great Tribulation And
The Rapture", "The Woman In The Wilderness And The 144,000"
and "Is God A Racist?", the day of Salvation is coming for
at least some of the Jews. After a great deal of suffering,
a remnant of them will finally be desperate enough to cry
out to Jesus Christ for forgiveness, and then God's full
Plan of Salvation will finally be fulfilled. Exactly how
soon these final events of the Endtime will occur is still
difficult to say, but it certainly seems like the Lord may
not tarry for much longer. It is my hope and prayer, as I am
sure that it is yours too, that I will live to see that day,
as I have been patiently waiting for over thirty-two years
now, for the Lord's glorious Return.

In conclusion, as the Apostle John wrote, so say I, "Even
so, come, Lord Jesus". I pray that this series has been
instructive, and a blessing in your life.

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