Wednesday, February 10, 2010

It is More than Just Talk

An eagle was soaring over the church when I pulled up this morning. The sight was awe inspiring. "They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings as eagles..." mmm What a pleasant thought that has an element of excitement at the same time. Have you ever thought of what it would feel like to fly? You know, to soar above the daily tuck your wings and dive toward the earth until your heart felt like it was beating in your swoop into a wind current and let it do all the work? I shiver at the thought, especially as I think about when, someday soon, the Lord will pull back the curtain that shrouds this dark world and our eyes will be fully opened. What a day that will be! Do you suppose we'll fly?

Thank the Lord we can soar spiritually right now. He restores us in flight----DAILY! This is a good thing, because thick, dark clouds are billowing on the horizon! The talk of war is heating up,and there doesn't seem to be any way out. As I have mentioned several times in these blogs, Lebanon will side with the terrorist group known as Hezbollah should war break out with Israel.
How do we know for sure? Read Psalm 83 and you will see the names of ancient people group (Gebal) that settled in what is today Lebanon. You will also see the ancient capital of the land, Tyre.

Hariri: We'll stand with Hizbullah

BY AP AND JPOST.COM STAFF 10/02/2010 05:52

Lebanese prime minister says Israel is escalating tensions on the border.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Wednesday voiced concern about "escalating" Israeli war threats, and said his government will support the Hizbullah if a new war breaks out with the Jewish state."We hear a lot of Israeli threats day in and day out," Hariri said in an interview posted on the BBC's Web site Wednesday. "Every day we have Israeli warplanes entering Lebanese airspace. This is something that is escalating, and this is something that is really dangerous."Hariri, who leads a fragile national unity government that includes two Hizbullah ministers said that Lebanon would unite in the event of a fresh conflict with Israel."I think [the Israelis] are betting that there might be some division in Lebanon, if there is a war against us," Hariri said. "There won't be a division in Lebanon. We will stand against Israel. We will stand with our own people."Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman brushed aside the Lebanese leader's warning."As prime minister, he's simply a hostage of Hizbullah, which has veto power in his Cabinet," Lieberman told Army Radio.Asked whether there might be a new war involving Lebanon and Syria, Lieberman said: "I very much hope not.""We have no interest in heating up the fronts with any of our neighbors. At the same time, we won't be a punching bag. And we won't shrug off vitriol that's directed at Israel," he said.Lebanon's president warned Israel Tuesday that a war against Lebanon would be "no picnic."Last week, Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem accused Israel of "spreading an atmosphere of war" in the region after Defense Minister Ehud Barak warned that the stalled peace process with Syria could result in an all-out regional war.Moallem warned Israelis that "a war at this time will be transferred to your cities."Lieberman said the Syrians "crossed a red line" and warned Syria its army would be defeated and its regime would collapse in a future conflict.

Let your spirit soar above the mess by going deep in the Word and being steadfast in prayer. While you are at it, pray for the Lord to call to both Jews and Arabs in these terrible days. He is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.

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Jimmy Root Jr
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