"This is the command of Cyrus, Emperor of Persia. The Lord, the God of Heaven, has made me ruler over the whole world and has given me the responsibility of building a temple for him in Jerusalem in Judah. May God be with all of you who are his people. You are to go to Jerusalem and rebuild the Temple of the Lord, the God of Israel, the God who is worshiped in Jerusalem. If any of his people in exile need help to return, their neighbors
are to give them this help. They are to provide them
with silver and gold, supplies and pack animals, as well
as offerings to present in the Temple of God in
Jerusalem.” Ezra 1:2-4
An Israeli nonprofit announced
Wednesday that it would be releasing a celebratory coin
in honor of the 70th anniversary of Israel’s
independence, and it will feature the face of President
Donald Trump as an expression of “gratitude” for his
decision to move the American Embassy to Jerusalem.
The “Temple Coin” depicts King Cyrus,
who allowed the Jews to return to Jerusalem 2,500 years
ago, alongside Trump, KOBI reported.
The seal of the United States
government are also pictured, with biblical verses
written in in Hebrew on the face of the coin. On the
back is a dove, holding an olive branch in its beak,
above a temple.
“The coin expresses our joy and gratitude that the
American Embassy will be transferred to Jerusalem in
honor of Israel’s Independence Day,” the Mikdash
Educational Center said on its website.
“It is the fulfillment of the
Trump declaration recognizing the centrality of
Jerusalem as the capital of the state of Israel.”
Trump formally recognized Jerusalem
as Israel’s capital in December 2017 by directing the
State Department to begin the move of the U.S. Embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Plans to open the embassy in
May were made to coincide with Israel’s independence
Throughout the 2016 presidential race, the world became
intensely fascinated with the prophecies involving Trump
and former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton and
how a series of seemingly unrelated events—the populist
uprising against the globalist elite and an explosion in
occult phenomena—align with what prophecy scholars
believe is a convergence in end time markers.
When the Economist—a prestigious magazine famed for its
annual predictions—published “The World in 2017” cover
article featuring eight tarot cards, including a
Judgment card with Trump seated atop the world, wrapped
in an American flag and holding instruments of royal
coronation, the oracular cryptogram of Trump’s
presidency became what is arguably the paramount
question of our time.
It is arguable that no other American president has
faced such a tumultuous first term in office as Donald
Trump. Yet somehow he is still in office and whilst
others fall or resign the president shows no sign of
wavering especially in regards to his support of Israel.
In the past 70 years, no single country's stock has
risen faster or farther than the State of Israel. Once a
resource-poor, existentially endangered nation-state
comprised of refugees from post-Holocaust Europe and
Muslim countries throughout the Middle East and North
Africa, Israel has emerged into a world economic,
military and diplomatic superpower.
In just one week, Israel's elevated status is being put
on full display, in no small part due to the unlikely
and oft-polarizing duo of U.S. President Donald Trump
and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
While announcing America's exit from the flawed Iran
nuclear deal--officially the Joint Comprehensive Plan of
Action, or JCPOA--Trump's direct reference to
Netanyahu's publication of incontrovertible evidence
exposing the full nature of Iran's sophisticated
nuclear-weapons program places Israel at the center of
policymaking in the free world.
Just prior to Trump's speech, it was reported that
Israel had briefed at least 22 nations on the full
contents of the documents, photos and simulations
daringly confiscated by Israel's Mossad, clearly
signaling that Israel's intelligence is among the best
in world. Following Trump's speech, it became clear that
Israel's analysis of Iran's nuclear program and the
nuclear deal now defines and supports America's policy.
In the hours after Trump announced America's withdrawal
from JCPOA on May 8, a large explosion occurred at an
Iranian weapons depot outside of Damascus, with reports
of yet another alleged Israeli airstrike into foreign
territory that penetrated its targets, despite the
presence of Russian missile-defense systems in Syria.
Just a few years ago, leading up to the signing of the
JCPOA in 2015, Israel was a pesky obstacle to the deal
that was supposed to be the crowning foreign-policy
legacy of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning President Barack
Obama. At the time, Netanyahu obstinately delivered an
impassioned speech before Congress opposing the deal,
angering Obama, the Democratic Party, the international
community and liberals at large.
Yet with Trump's exit from the deal, which he noted
during his speech a few weeks ago "failed to make the
world safer," it now becomes clear that Netanyahu's
views have prevailed. Jerusalem's position and
Washington's position have aligned to dictate a new
international policy towards Iran, the world's leading
state sponsor of terror.
UFO investigations carried out by the
Pentagon and British Ministry of Defence were hampered
by the religious beliefs of senior staff, former
employees have revealed. Two men who worked on secret
UFO programmes on both sides of the Atlantic said their
work received ‘pushback’ from high-ranking officials who
feared fast-moving objects glimpsed in our skies were
either ‘demonic’ or divine.
"Wraith," the recently-released
supernatural thriller, seeks to drive home that all life
is God-breathed and sacred at every stage, according to
writer-director Michael O. Sajbel.
Released on May 8, the PG-13 film explores the
supernatural story of a family who invites evil into
their home after they decide they might not go forward
with an unplanned pregnancy.