JPost: The UN General Assembly in New York on Friday approved six anti-Israel resolutions, including two that ignored Jewish ties to the Temple Mount.

The primary resolution on Jerusalem, that passed 148-11 with 14 abstentions, also disavowed Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem.

Both that text and a second more global one on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which passed 156-8, with 12 abstentions, spoke of Judaism’s most holy site – The Temple Mount – solely by its Muslim name of al-Haram al-Sharif. more …

Opinion: There are 195 self-governing countries in the world. Of these, 193 are members of the UN, and 2 that are non-member observer states: the Vatican, and the State of Palestine.

76.6% of the world believes that there is no Jewish connection to Jerusalem or the Temple Mount.

Imagine for a moment what would happen to those statistics if the rapture of the church to the heavenlies (1 Thess. 4:16-18) were to happen today, keeping in mind that the Number 1 protector of Israel is the United States, the most Christian country on earth?

If ever there were a time for the rise of a global leader whose secret aim was to exterminate God’s chosen people, it would be then.

Further imagine that this world leader has a plan that satisfies both the Jewish and Arab peoples, even allowing for a temple to be built in Jerusalem.

Antichrist will be worshiped by a Christ-rejecting world.

Alas! For that day is great,
So that none is like it;
And it is the time of Jacob’s trouble,
But he shall be saved out of it.” Jeremiah 30:7


  1. It has to be one of three reasons that 75% don’t believe:
    1. We have a bible shortage. Only 25% of us have them.
    2. We have a literacy problem. Only 25% of us know how to read those bibles.
    3. We have a faith problem. 25% of us own a bible, are able to read and comprehend those bibles and have faith that those bibles are the words of God.

    My guess is that of the 75%, more than one problem applies.

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