God’s Modern Timeline for Israel converging in 2017

The rebirth of the nation of Israel is unique among all the nations in history. Starting around 600 BC, the nation was totally destroyed, not once but twice. Amazingly, after each destruction, it came back into existence. Not only was the nation destroyed twice, but each time nearly all of the people were taken captive into foreign countries. Yet they returned to the land. All this points to the uniqueness of Israel. This nation is not like the others because it is based on an everlasting covenant with God!

In 586 BCE, the great Babylonian king, Nebuchadnezzar, totally destroyed the nation, government, Jerusalem and the temple. This destruction resulted in nearly all the Jews being taken captive to Babylon. When a people were taken captive as the Jews were, they usually were lost in history. The Jews are different. They remained in Babylon for 70 years and then returned to rebuild Jerusalem and their temple.

The Romans, some 650 years later in 70 CE, again destroyed the nation, Jerusalem and the temple. The Jews once again were defeated totally and were dispersed into all the world. The devastation was awesome. Israel should have ended as a nation and probably as a people in 586 BCE, but it survived. Israel, definitely should have ended as a nation in 70 CE, but as the ancient Bible prophets wrote, the nation literally was reborn. This occurred in 1948…. read more


Watch: How ISIS Went Global

ISIS Rise Global Syria Iraq Coalition
An explosion rocks the Syrian city of Kobani during a reported suicide car bomb attack by ISIS militants on a People’s Protection Unit (YPG) position in the city center, October 20, 2014.

The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) is an entity that has captivated the world. It adorns the front-pages of the world’s biggest newspapers, the television screens of millions of viewers and the policy notes of the world’s most powerful governments, for all the wrong reasons.

It has risen to become the flag-bearer of the global jihad with a barbaric, medieval ideology that casts a shadow over 21st century borders. But how did we get to this point?


https://i1.wp.com/s.newsweek.com/sites/www.newsweek.com/files/styles/full/public/2016/02/23/baghdadi-isis-syria-iraq-mosul.jpgIraqi Origins

The group’s roots lie in the U.S. occupation of Iraq from 2003 onwards, when Jordanian extremist and ISIS’s spiritual founder Abu Musab Zarqawi pledged allegiance to Al-Qaeda, transforming his al-Tawhid wal-Jihad group into Al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI).

Two years later, a U.S. air strike killed Zarqawi and the group is rebranded as the Islamic State in Iraq (ISI), bringing together Zarqawi’s Al-Qaeda faction with other radical groups. Zarqawi was replaced by Abu Omar al-Baghdadi while Egyptian extremist Abu Ayyub al-Masri became the group’s military commander….. [Read More & Watch Video]