Day 175

Chaim starts out by saying how nice it’s been to be at home with his family for a short period of rest before heading back into the battle in Gaza. He’s filming his latest video from the Jordan Valley where he says there’s preperations being made for an “imminent battle” where the electrical grid is likely to face serious problems. People are getting generators and other equipment they’ll need to manage that.

He mentions the terrorist attack that included the shooting up of a school bus full of children. It was an armored bus, so there were no casualties, but the children were badly frightened and possibly traumatized. Other vehicles were shot up in that attack, and not all of them were armored, so three people were wounded.

Chaim says that this is a terrible reality that the people who live in the Jordan Valley have suffered for many years. But Chaim says the entire region is suffering because of what the Enemy is influencing people to do here. He says that beyond that, the whole world is reeling and roiled by the need to make decisions about what to do and what’s right and what’s wrong.

He mentions the rocket barrages that have hit the northern regions of Israel, coming from Hezbollah in Lebanon and other Iranian-backed groups in Syria. He also mentions the horrific stories of sexual abuse and torture that released hostgages are telling, adding that there are still 19 female hostages and the IDF is continuing to search for them.

Chaim says all of this reminds us that the Enemy is always trying to destroy the seed of hope that God has planted in this world.

Chaim quotes Psalms 44:5; Through You we will push down our enemies; Through Your name we will trample those who rise up against us.

He also quotes Proverbs 11:18; The wicked man does deceptive work, but he who sows righteousness will have a sure reward.

Chaim says that all through history, there have been people who defended and protected the seeds of hope. He invites his viewers to join the Aliyah Return Center at “Beit Zera” which is the “House of Seeds” kibbutz, where the ARC got started.

The video ends with a discussion about US tax money that goes to support Israel, but also supports the US defense industrial base and US foreign policy objectives in the Middle East.

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