Day 234 Swords of Iron – “Egypt/Israel war?”

Chaim starts the video by giving his viewers a heads-up about the accidental shooting of an Egyptian soldier on the Rafah border region earlier in the day, saying it could possibly lead to a direct conflict between Israel and Egypt which would be a major problem for everyone.

Next he switches to talking about the Medjul Dates that grow on palm trees in the Middle East. This is one of the “Seven Species” of plants that God said would be found in the “Promised Land” that He was giving to the Children of Israel, along with wheat, barley, vines, fig trees, grapes, olives and pomegranates. He tells his viewers that this is why there is a pomegranate on the official emblem of the Aliyah Return Center.

He then starts talking about the protesters he sees on US university campuses, shooting their mouths off about what’s going on in Israel today as well as what they think happened in the past and what should happen in the future. He chides these protesters for being absurdly ignorant about the history of this Land and the many nuances, political, economic and last but certainly not least theological, of the current situation.

One of those nuances, Chaim says, is that the Hamas terrorists who attacked Israel on October 7th killed Arabs, Bedouins and other Moslems as well as Jews. He also says that the barrages of rockets that Hamas is indiscriminately firing into Israeli communities harm all the people who live here, including Israeli Arabs, Jews, and others.

Chaim says that despite this, Turkey, a NATO ally, is stepping up it’s activities that help, protect and nurture terrorist groups, first and foremost Hamas but also including Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seems to want very badly to welcome all these terrorist groups into his orbit, for reasons that are hard to guess at.

Chaim also mentions that a Messianic Jewish congregation in the Galilee was hit hard by a rocket attack in recent days and he urges his viewers to be strong and of good courage, quoting Psalm 27:14; “Wait on the LORD: Be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: Wait, I say, on the LORD”

On that note, Chaim invites his viewers to join him in Israel for the upcoming Pentacost holiday at the Aliyah Return Center. He concludes by counting the Omer for day 34.

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