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National disasters and their relation to Israel…

There’s a biblically based theory that America’s dealings with Israel have direct consequences to America.  Various passages of Scripture are cited, like Obadiah 1:15 that reads, “For the day of the Lord is near upon all the heathen:  as thou has done [to Israel], it shall be done unto thee; thy reward shall return upon thine own head.”

It’s the premise that Israel is the apple of God’s eye and whoever touches Israel must deal with God.  (See Zechariah 2:8)  It’s the promise to Abraham of his seed (offspring):  “And I will bless them that bless you, and curse those who curse you.” (Genesis 12:3)

Jerusalem in particular seems to be a flash point.  God said through Zechariah, “In that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people:  all that burden themselves with it shall be cut to pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it.” (Zech. 12:3)

It’s unfortunate that the world pays little attention to the Word of God.  Nations and people could save themselves much pain and suffering if they only heeded His Word, corporately and individually.  The Bible is the world’s best-selling book of all time, and the most circulated and translated book of all time.  There are an estimated six billion copies of the Bible in circulation in the world today.  There are nations that people sacrifice everything to get a copy, and imprudent nations that have Bibles readily available yet do nothing with them.

That being said, within its pages are God’s plan and purposes for the nation of Israel.  Israel was God’s idea.  He took one man, Abraham, and blessed him for his faithfulness and belief in God.  From this one man he produced nations of people.  Israel is the namesake nation for Abraham, named after Israel’s grandson Jacob, who the Lord renamed “Israel”.  Jacob’s twelve sons made up the twelve tribes of the nation of Israel.  The actual history of Israel is fascinating, but too long to attempt even an overview of here.  Suffice to say, when the nation of Israel was dispersed (because of God’s judgment for their unfaithfulness to God), these nations spread out over the scope of the earth and became other nations with other names.  The modern day nation of Israel is actually Judah, from the people from the tribe of Judah, commonly referred to as “Jews”.  That means there are eleven other tribes scattered across the earth that have actually become their own nations.  (Yes, America is one of them.)

The land of Israel, however, is under a perpetual covenant with God.  Its boundaries were given to it when God authorized its formation.  Its boundaries are actually much larger than its modern-day boundaries.  That peoples existed on the land before the nation of Israel was founded is obvious, and that other peoples existed and dwelled on the land after Israel’s dispersion is also obvious.  However, if one would heed the Word of God, one would learn that God has specific boundaries for the nation of Israel and those boundaries matter to Him.  Point in case is the re-formation of Israel after thousands of years of exile.  All of the matters of the land of Israel and the people of Israel were prophesied in the Bible centuries before they came to pass, and they came to pass as it was written.  Therefore the peoples that claim the land God authorized and covenanted to Abraham’s offspring, have no authority for being there and are quite literally trespassing.  Now they can be there at invitation, but they have no authority to claim the land as their own.

Whoever fights against these things is quite literally fighting against God.

In Sunday School, May 22, 2011, I said to the group, “Watch the news.  Some sort of disaster should be hitting America soon.”  About seven hours later the Joplin tornado hit and 116 people were killed, making it the deadliest tornado in American history.  How did I know something was going to happen?  Because on Friday, May 20, 2011, Obama called on Israel to divide its land and put their borders back to their 1967 borders.  When we interfere with Israel’s land, we face judgment on ours.  It was not me being super-spiritual, it was just me observing the patterns and predicting the next one based on past ones.

Another example?  In 2005, at America’s prompting and political pressure, Israel removed ten thousand Jews from twenty-five settlements in Gaza.  It’s not what they wanted to do, but because of the pressure from America to do so to be “politically correct”, they acquiesced.  The evacuation and removal of these Jewish settlements took seven days and were completed on August 22, 2005.  On September 21 twenty-one Gaza settlements were handed over to the Palestinians, making it the largest evacuation in modern history of Jews in their own land.  When the Palestinians took the settlements over, they looted and burned it all to the ground, starting with the churches.

On August 23, when the last of the Jews were removed from their land, a tropical storm over the Bahamas was upgraded to a level one hurricane called Katrina.  By August 29, Katrina was a level five hurricane with a diameter of 375 miles.  The damage from this storm was unprecedented in America’s hurricane history.  It destroyed entire neighborhoods, leveled 120,000 buildings and 70% of the city’s structures.  Similarities between the Israeli evacuations of their settlements and New Orleans’ evacuation of its citizens are startling.

Coincidence?  Maybe one time is a coincidence.  Maybe even two.  But when you look at the history of disasters to America within days of devastating interference in Israel’s land and protection, the coincidences become obvious patterns.  The Word of God is true and man is the liar.  Many of these “coincidences” are documented in John P. McTernan’s book As America has Done to Israel.  It’s worth the read.  The evidence is damning.  The movie “The Perfect Storm” was another true example of disaster hitting America after its meddling in Israel’s affairs.  Read chapter nine of McTernan’s book to see historic example after example of America’s interference and the consequential disasters that follow.  [pages 147-207]

Not convinced?  Really research Japan’s stance against Israel’s developments, and their support of Palestinian developments and the devastating consequence for their nation that came from a historic earthquake/tsunami in the spring of 2011.  An excellent research of it can be found at

Natural disasters are not normally manipulated or caused by human hands.  They’re still the way the Creator of the earth can demonstrate His thoughts, if you will.  It’s not to say that every disaster that hits our soil is because of affairs with Israel, but when it becomes devastating in the areas of lives lost, damages to civilizations, and dollars in damages, it’s a good idea to see where maybe we have displeased or angered God.  It’s a great idea to actually read His Word to see if we’re conducting our lives in manners that bring His blessings or curses.

Blessed is the nation whose god is Jehovah… is how Psalm 33:12 literally reads.

Principles and natural laws…things by definition that depict a way something works, a basic assumption, a standard, a sort of if you do this, then this will happen. If there be a blessing, reason and natural law expect the opposite to be a curse.

So I suppose prophecy on things of natural law and principles of specific matters is mundane, even redundant – certainly not extraordinary, perhaps not even prophetic.
Then explaining that America’s national debt has increased 3.1 trillion dollars while its unfunded liabilities have increased an enormous 127 trillion dollars since 2008 can lead to natural deductions from common sense principles. I don’t need to say I’m “prophesying” economic duress in the United States of America to anyone who can balance a budget and do basic math. Natural law, common sense and reason will tell us that.

The “growth to debt ratio” is almost negative. Context? 1950s-60s the USA had $2.41 growth for every $1 of debt. Today? $.03 [that’s 3 cents growth per dollar debt]
Context? The Misery Index [the figure you get when you add the unemployment rate with the inflation rate] is 32.9% today. During the Great Depression it was 27%.

The diabolical Federal Reserve is insolvent. While it carries $56.2B in reserves, it has a whopping $4.3 in unstable liabilities. Pre-2008 the Federal Reserve leverage was 22-1 [liability to reserve]. Today it is 77-1. [The only insolvent world banking institution is the International Monetary Fund with a leverage of 3-1.]

While there are books upon books, websites upon websites, speakers upon speakers who have been proclaiming America’s economy is at critical mass and IS going to implode, collapse, what-will-you, the federal government denies this is the case. And these are experts in their field of economy who are predicting impending catastrophic collapse the likes of another Great Depression and worse!

They all say it’s not a matter of if, but when. If a large, large and growing number of experts are predicting or forecasting economic catastrophe ahead, why are we precariously balanced at the edge without falling over? Simply: it’s being propped up.

Economy and finances are not my forte. So I can only understand in simplest layman’s terms. From nominal study of credit default swaps, REPOS, T-Bill rates, and other explanations of manipulations of the market in its varying forms, our economy is set to collapse.

Bailouts and stimulus are aspirins for a migraine. The Fed bailout of 2008 was a band aid. There are plenty of resources to teach on this matter, and this is not the purpose of this post. The purpose of this post is to muse about economic forecasts or prophecies for America, and my question is, do we really need a prophecy when the principles or natural laws of economy are already in front of us?

Sure I’ve had some dreams, e.g. Saltines on sale at the grocery store for $12, a block long line to buy a package of hotdogs for $17, a sale item at $5 marked up to $150… Pharaoh had some dreams too, something about skinny and fat cows, and some stalks of wheat… Dreams can be prophetic. Doesn’t mean they are, but they can be.

But what do you do when you have dreams that are saying what the principles of economy already say?

I’m just wondering, this is after all, a prophetic musing post…

What does it mean when principles, natural laws, some prophetic maybes are saying the same thing? What does it mean when opposites can be inferred by common laws? Say, the opposite of up is down; the opposite of in is out; the opposite of blessing is curse.

And if the nation is blessed [think first half of Deuteronomy 28] whose god is Jehovah, is the opposite true? Is the nation cursed [think last half of Deuteronomy 28] whose god is not Jehovah?

If America’s books are not balanced and if America’s principles of spending money indicate economic collapse, and if there are experts that can explain this is so, and if there may even be a hint of prophetic warning to the same, and if America’s god is NOT Jehovah and so does not sit under the blessing, do we have enough data to draw conclusions?