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NEW YORK TIMES PREDICTS WAR BETWEEN ISRAEL, IRAN IN 2012

February 2, 2012

Also: “The Handwriting on the Wall: Lessons from Daniel 5 on the future of America and the coming war in the Middle East.”

Joel C. Rosenberg

(Washington, D.C., February 2, 2012) — The New York Times magazine on Sunday published a critically important story by Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman, one of the most respected Israeli journalists following the Iran story over several decades. It is headlined: “Will Israel Attack Iran?”

Bergman’s conclusion: “After speaking with many senior Israeli leaders and chiefs of the military and the intelligence, I have come to believe that Israel will indeed strike Iran in 2012.” I’ve posted the article on my blog. It’s also posted on our “Epicenter Team” page on Facebook. Please read it, pray over it, share it with friends, and discuss the implications. I’ve posted some analysis but will be posting more in the days ahead.

I’ve just posted on the blog my notes from the message I gave in Jacksonville: “The Handwriting on the Wall: Lessons from Daniel chapter 5 on the future of America and the coming war in the Middle East.” These were notes I’d prepared for delivery on Sunday night. While I made some last minute changes and added some additional material that night, particularly on the importance of sharing the Gospel with Jews and Muslims here in the U.S. and in the Middle East before this horrific war begins, I hope you find the notes helpful.  Are you seeing the “handwriting on the wall” right now? Do you know what God is trying to tell us, and what it all means? This is an important conversation for us to have here in the U.S. and around the world. May the Lord bless you as you seek Him more closely this week.

[To find more news and analysis of events and trends in the U.S., Israel and the Middle East, please go to: http://flashtrafficblog.wordpress.com/

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