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Book of Revelation Series
Dr. Stan Coffey
I want to mention the things that have happened in the nation of Israel that have had a great bearing on our study. When you see the news accounts of Israel, you may think the whole country is in war or is under attack, and that is not the case at all. There are those areas in Israel that are always a danger and a focal point. Israel is actually one of the safest places in the world to go. You can walk the streets of Israel, of Jerusalem, at night, and you do not have to worry about the things you have to worry about in America. So do not get the idea that everything is under attack over there. However, there are places where they have had problems - one, of course, the temple mound, the wailing wall, was a place where problems occurred. The soldiers had to step in. It is a very heavily guarded place. At times the temple mound has been a point of violence. That was so some days ago, as the conflict is between the children of Ishmael and the children of Isaac. Then the violence on the West Bank, where the Palestinians have settled, and now there are many Jewish settlers there from Russia who have come in and settled along with the Palestinians who have been there through the years. What these conflicts show is that even in the light of peace talks that are going on between Israel and the PLO, that conflict between the children of Israel and the Arab nations is always there very close to the surface. It is probably one of the only situations in the world where you can have an upheaval and a tremendous terrorism right in the midst of peace negotiations. That is because of the centuries-old struggle. The Bible says there will be that struggle. But they seem to be more determined now than ever to have some kind of peace agreement between Israel and the PLO.
You remember from our study of the tribulation time that the Bible says there w ...
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