Monday, June 12, 2006
THE ISRAELI COVENANT TO THE LAND
THE ISRAELI COVENANT TO THE LAND.
27 And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.
In Israel theres a Professor by the name of Paul Eidelberg a Torah based leader that wants to have a Torah based Government instead of the current Democratic Government.
Well I have a name for this New Government if Paul gets it up and going. Since Pauls new Government would be Torah, Bible based, I think he should name the New Government "The Israeli Covenant to the Land".
As well as naming the New Government, he will also be fulfilling Bible prophecy of Daniel 9:27 that says there will be a COVENANT SIGNED IN THE FUTURE. This would be the Covenant that would have to be signed in the final Peace treaty Signing.
Also in his NEW GOVERNMENT there has to be at its COVENANT WITH THE LAND THAT THE 3RD TEMPLE HAS TO BE REBUILT. Since the Temple Mount is the center of Judaism and Jerusalem is the Center of the World, This New Government has to have as its number one Charter item that the 3RD TEMPLE has to be rebuilt if this New Torah based Government comes into being.
11 And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.
Two Earthquakes Shake Japan Sunday, June 11, 2006
TOKYO — A strong earthquake rattled southern Japan early Monday followed by a milder temblor in the north the nation's meteorological agency said. At least five people were injured from the magnitude-6.2 quake in the south, but no one died, Kyodo News agency reported. No injuries or damage were reported from the second quake, Kyodo said.The first quake occurred at around 5 a87 miles underground in Oita Prefecture (state) on the southern island of Kyushu.
It struck wide areas of southern and western Japan, Kyodo said. The second one, which registered magnitude-4.8, was three hours later off the coast of Aomori in northern Japan.The meteorological agency said there was no danger of a tsunami from either quake.In western Japan's Hiroshima prefecture (state), an 82-year-old woman broke her leg as she fell on the ground while walking her dog, and a 14-year-old student was hit by a falling object and
suffered a slight head injury, a police spokesman said on condition of anonymity citing protocol.Three other people in southwestern prefectures (states) Ehime, Yamaguchi and Miyazaki also suffered minor injuries, Kyodo News agency reported.
Oita is about 500 miles southwest of Tokyo, and Aomori is 360 miles northeast of the capital.Japan is one of the world's most quake-prone countries because it is located at the juncture of four tectonic plates, or moving slabs of the earth's outer crust. FOXNEWS.COM
Utah Earthquake Center Reports Minor QuakeJune 11th, 2006 @ 4:04pm
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The University of Utah Seismograph Station has reported recording a small earthquake in central Utah at 4:01 a.m. MDT Sunday. The magnitude of the quake was 3.6 and is considered minor, Dr. Walter Arabasz of the center said. The epicenter of the shock was located about 3 miles northeast of Strawberry Reservoir, in a remote area beneath the eastern side of the Wasatch Range, approximately 56 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. No one reported feeling the quake, Arabasz said.
About 700 earthquakes, including aftershocks occur in the Utah region each year, according to the seismograph station's web site. Only about 2 percent of those are felt. On average, about 13 quakes of magnitude 3.0 or larger occur annually. Earthquakes can occur anywhere in the state of Utah, the web site states. Dispatchers for Duschesne and Wasatch counties, both of whom receive 911 emergency calls from the reservoir area said they took no calls with reports of the quake. And at the reservoir's marina, proprietor Rebecca Phillips said she was unaware of the temblor. "We were all asleep at 4 a.m.," she said. Arabasz said anyone who felt the quake is encouraged to fill out an interactive form on the University of Utah seismograph stations website: http://www.quake.utah.edu/.