World Net Daily: “TEL AVIV – Russia is preparing a contingency plan to prompt Hezbollah and possibly the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad into a direct military conflict with Israel, according to a French official who has been apprised of the situation.
This past week, the U.S. and E.U. adapted tighter sanctions on the Russian economy, including restrictions on investments in the Crimea, with emphasis on Russian Black Sea oil and gas exploration and tourism.
The official said there is information Russia in recent weeks successfully shipped to Hezbollah a large convoy of Iskandar ballistic missiles and surface-to-air missiles. The missiles were received, despite Israel’s alleged airstrikes in Syria targeting Russian-shipped weapons earlier this month, the official said.”
Opinion: How coincidental is it that both southern Lebanon and Syria are two of the invading armies prophesied by a Levite temple priest 3000 years ago?
Using ancient names, Asaph pinpointed every one of Israel’s enemies today. Their battle cry is found in Psalm 83:4 “Come let us wipe Israel out as a nation so that the name of Israel is remembered no more.”
Psalm 83:7 lists the inhabitants of Tyre (southern Lebanon) as one of the attackers, an accurate description of Hezbollah’s Shiite terror group, which not coincidentally, inhabit southern Lebanon today.
Psalm 83:8, not coincidentally, names Assyria (Syria and northern Iraq, one of the most dangerous places on earth since ISIS has virtually blurred the boundaries between Syria and northern Iraq) as one of the invaders.
Also, not coincidentally, Isaiah 17:1, 14 prophesied the catastrophic total destruction of the city of Damascus, the world’s oldest inhabited city. (Damascus was defeated and only partially destroyed in 732 BC.)
Connecting the dots:
- Iran is a Shiite nation
- Russia is supporting Iran’s nuclear program
- Both Syria and southern Lebanon are controlled by Shia Islam
- Russia and Iran are the benefactors of both Syria and Hezbollah.
- Israel is the perfect scapegoat for a proxy war against the United States
- The city of Damascus is on prophecy watch
There are no coincidences in Bible prophecy.