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Jerusalem IS the capital of Israel !

What a miracle that Hilary didn’t get elected & we now have a President who will support Israel.  It was an obvious answer to prayer.  Who would have ever thought Donald Trump would side with the true conservatives and Israel?  I hope and pray they will move the U.S Embassy to Jerusalem.  Why can other countries & the U. M. (that’s what I call it) tell Israel what its capital is?  Can they tell us what our capital is?  Can they tell us where our borders are?


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March 24, 2017 · 5:51 pm


Today starts the BIBLICAL day of prayer,  (at sundown) of Yom Kippur.  I don’t get why  some “Christians” will get together and pray with Muslims, and others, who worship a different false god, on the “National Day of Prayer”, but they do not join our Jewish brothers to fast and pray on the Biblical day of prayer that God established.

PLEASE pray (fast if you are able), not just for our own sins, but for our nation.  We are under God’s judgment for rejection of the standards this nation was founded on.  Yes, we need to vote for the person most likely to adhere to those standards, but Yawheh is our Rock and our Fortress.  He is our only hope.  Blessings to all who will join us this evening and tomorrow to pray and fast for His mercy and forgiveness.

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Dig Trump out of the Dump

Many “conservative Christians” say they won’t vote this election because of some of the nasty things Trump has said, focusing on 11 years ago. (Never mind what Hilary has DONE while in office.) Do you want a president who has been proven to lie many times—even to the family of those killed in BenGazhi, whom she made no attempt to rescue and delete thousands of e-mails that were subpoenaed, ignoring security by using a private server?

Do you want someone back in the White House who’s defended rapists (not just her husband) and laughs at them getting off? Do you want an accused rapist and molester back in the White House and the woman who trashed those victims to be the head of our government?

     I did not support Trump in the primary because of his character and left leaning.   I even said “dump Trump”.   Since he won the primary I have heard comments on American Family Radio and Dr. Dobson, about Trump accepting Christ recently. Only God knows. But I am seeing evidence he is taking advice from conservative Christians, including Mike Pence and Ben Carson. His faith advisory board will include Michelle Bachman, Dr. Dobson and other conservative Christians. Even Ted Cruz said he would vote for him over Hillary. Trump has also endorsed a good list of Constitutional judges for the Supreme Court, which will make a huge difference in our right to religious liberty in this country. (See We are losing our freedom. Hillary said she will appoint judges who support Roe v. Wade, which does away with innocent babies’ right to life.

If you’ve seen the movie, Hillary’s America, by D’nesh Dsouza, you will see that she was strongly influenced by Saul Alinsky, who wrote Rules for Radicals, dedicated to Lucifer. Watch and read to see who she is.

Who is Hillary listening to now? Her assistant for 20 years , Huma Abedin, a Saudia Arabia raised woman, who served on the Executive Board of Muslim Students Association, at George Washington University, of which Anwar al-Awlaki , who mentored the 9/11 hijackers had been the chaplain. Many groups associated with the Muslim Brotherhood grew out of the MSA.

Huma’s mother, still living in Saudia Arabia, works in organizations to spread Sharia law throughout the world, especially Western countries, and is editor of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affiars, known as a pro-Jihadist journal. The year Huma went to work for Hillary, she became the assistant editor. Huma worked for at least 12 years on the editorial board of Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, when she was also White House intern and assistant to Clinton.

Hillary’s “Clinton Foundation” has received millions from Saudi Arabia. Coincidence?   She supports open borders and plans to bring in millions more Muslims from Syria, which the security branch says they can’t even properly vet. Get ready for more terrorists attacks.

This administration has totally depleted our military of troops, weapons, airplanes, ships, submarines and many strong military officers. Do you think Hillary as commander in chief will undo that? Ask those who served to protected her how she treated them while she was in office, the secret service and the military. If they greeted her when walking down the hallway, her response was to “f-off”. She couldn’t stand seeing the military wearing uniforms and wanted them to wear business suits. Even Ronald Kessler, investigative reporter for Washington Post said, “When in public, Hillary smiles and acts graciously, as soon as the cameras are gone, her angry personality, nastiness, and imperiousness become evident.”

I admit that Hillary is a much better actress than Trump, but I don’t think acting is a good qualification for President.   Honesty and support for the Constitution and security for our nation is way more important.

Obama beat Romney by about 4 ½ million. They say 25 million “Christians” did not vote. That was a vote for Obama.

If you care about freedom and safety for your children and the people who have sacrificed their lives and many their physical abilities for your freedom, get up and dig Trump out of the dump. Register, vote, and pray for this nation.

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Why is the World More Dangerous?

I just read a timely quote from Albert Einstein.

“The World is not dangerous because of those who do harm, but because of those who look at it without doing anything.”

That seems to be our world–again.  I thought it was supposed to be, “NEVER AGAIN.”


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That’s Religious Liberty?

The feds allow Indians to kill bald eagles for pagan religious beliefs, but they prosecute people who will not bake a cake for, or host a homosexual wedding because of Biblical religious beliefs. So that’s religious liberty?

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Home Again

Just a quick post to let everyone who has been following that we did arrive home late the 1st after quite a challenging trip home.  After two hour delay going thru the Ben Gurion airport trying to figure out why they said we would be on a “waiting list” to fly home in NY (we weren’t) –then running to try & catch the plane, we did the same thing once we hit the states.  Hit the ground running at every airport.  The amazing thing is that we made it to Kansas City on time and our checked luggage was ready for pick-up as soon as we got there!!

We did somehow arrive home without one of the sacks of souvenirs we bought to share with friends and family.  That was very disappointing, but could have been worse.   We have been non-stop busy with catching up on business (damaged properties from hail damage, etc.)  Delighted to have my step parents visit for a couple of nights & since then company every day for Feast of Tabernacles.  So more cooking and feasting & some great fellowship.

We are so glad we made the trip and saw and experienced so much.  Still, it is good to be home & makes us very thankful to live where we live—until we turn on the news and hear what is going on.  Sort of makes us want to go back.

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Yad Vashem

“These words are taken from the words of Isaiah:1 “For so says the Lord to the eunuchs who will keep My Sabbaths and will choose what I desire and hold fast to My covenant, ‘I will give them in My house and in My walls a “Yad vaShem” (place and a name), better than sons and daughters; an everlasting name I will give him, which will not be discontinued.’”  Yad = a place; Shem = a name. “A place and a name,” for those who were not given the dignity of a Jewish burial, or any burial at all in millions of cases.”

The Monday before we left, we went back to Jerusalem to Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial.  The gentleman at the information desk was a holocaust survivor himself, also his brother, the only ones to survive in their entire family.  Pictures are not allowed in the historical museum.  You wouldn’t want to photograph what we saw anyway.  The pictures below are of the memorials to survivors, children and those who fought back against the Nazis.  We had been to the Holocaust  Memorial in Washington D.C., which impacted me greatly.  This was even more devastating.  Every politician and world leader should be required to go through this museum and every school child should be taught the truth about what happened to the Jewish people throughout the centuries, beginning with the crusades and up through  World War II.

Now I realize why every shabbat and feast day is a priority for families in Israel to get together, unlike America, where so many families are falling apart and choosing to walk away from each other.  The Jewish families had no choice.  They were torn apart, tortured and exterminated.  Perhaps that’s why they value the families they have.

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Sunday we went to Shilo, where the Tabernacle was first placed after they came into the land.  There were many ancient ruins,  of what used to be a synagogue, then a mosque, a Byzentine church, also a film reenacting what happened there, and a beautiful view.  The young woman who gave us an overview of what happened at Shilo was four years old and living there in the new village when they discovered some of the ruins.  It is a very nice village, similar to the one we are staying in, all only about 36 years old, built since the 67 war.

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Rosh Hashana, Birthday, Tel Aviv

Just getting to come to Israel has been a wonderful experience.  We were invited to join a large family and many of their friends for Rosh Hashana, which happened to fall on my birthday.  Then on Friday, we drove to Tel Aviv, where we ate lunch, walked along the beach and visited a Messianic Congregation in the late afternoon before the beginning of Shabbat.  Thought we didn’t understand much of it since it was all in Hebrew, we did know one of the songs (in Hebrew, Sh’ma Israel), were able to follow some of the scriptures, enjoyed the shofar blowing for Yom Teruah, and joined them in a time of repentance looking forward to Yom Kippur.  Before and after the service, we visited with a few English-speaking people and were invited to join them all for a meal.  I just THOUGHT I knew what a feast was before coming here and joining people for Shabbat & Rosh Hashana/Yom Teruah.  I had know idea.  I have never seen so much food and preparations as they do for every Shabbat and Feast day.  Delicious, too, I might add.

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