EQYPT: THE BAD NEWS AND THE GOOD NEWS

Photo by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Photo by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

A recent interview between Bill Salus and Gary Stearman can be seen HERE.

I appreciate the views of Mr. Salus and the fact that he uses words like “if” and “maybe” a lot.  HERE he discusses some of the Biblical prophecies that appear to be unfulfilled and that may take place in the near future.  I was a little disappointed when Bill and Gary appeared on TBN because the network supports so many Word of Faith Teachers and teaching.  Nevertheless, I think he makes some good points in this interview.  No matter what anyone thinks about some of the interview, any Christian who studies Bible prophecy will agree that Israel will not be destroyed.  Will the U.S. help defend the little nation surrounded by enemies?  Only time will tell.

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The photo above shows how quickly things in Egypt have changed.  It is a picture of: “Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff bids farewell to Egyptian Armed Forces Commander-in-Chief, Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi in Egypt on Feb. 14, 2010. Mullen is  (was) on a week long tour of the region visiting with key partners and allies. (DoD photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chad J. McNeeley/Released)”

HERE is one of many articles written about the events in Egypt since the military removed former President Mohamed Morsi from power on July 3.  The article is from late August and paints a similar picture to the one that Bill Salus does in this interview.  It states: “Egypt is careening toward civil war.”

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The Aswan Dam

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