Word of the Week: Omniscience

Ariel Sharon showing significant signs of brain activity

'Significant brain activity' in comatose Ariel Sharon
"Comatose for seven years, Israel's iconic former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is showing "significant brain activity." The 84-year-old suffered a devastating stroke January 4, 2006, and a brain hemorrhage. He was presumed to be in a vegetative state. But on Monday, a team of surprised neuroscientists and doctors said Sharon's brain appeared to respond when they showed him pictures of his family and had him listen to his son's voice. Doctors also used tactile stimuli to measure Sharon's reaction. Does this mean the man Israelis once dubbed the "Lion of God" could wake? Doctors urge caution."

I remind us that four years ago I reported his doctors said Sharon may soon wake up. He didn't.

The End Time: Is Ariel Sharon waking up?
October 22, 2009
Close to four years after suffering a massive hemorrhagic stroke, Dov Weisglass, who served as bureau chief to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, told Israel Radio’s Reshet Bet on Thursday that the former prime minister’s medical team indicates he may emerge from his coma, soon." "Not really explaining his words, Weisglass exhibited a measure of optimism, seemingly confident the former war hero, prime minister and architect of the Disengagement Plan will awaken from his coma. He did not address earlier reports that Sharon sustained profound neurological compromise as a result of massive cranial bleeding from the stroke(s)." (Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)

Ariel Sharon was Prime Minister of Israel, 2001-06. Sharon was a commander in the Israeli Army from its inception in 1948. As a paratrooper and then officer he participated prominently in the 1948 War of Independence, becoming platoon commander of the Alexandroni Brigade and taking part in many battles, including Operation Ben Nun Alef. He was an instrumental figure in the creation of Unit 101, the Retribution operations, the 1956 Suez War, the Six-Day War of 1967, the War of Attrition and the Yom-Kippur War of 1973. As Minister of Defense, he directed the 1982 Lebanon War. During his military career, he was considered the greatest field commander in Israel's history, and one of the country's greatest ever military strategists. The Israeli public nicknamed him "The King of Israel" and "The Lion of God".

So you can see that Sharon is (was) an influential figure. He looms large in Israel's history, even having been comatose for nearly 8 years.

Suddenly, after years of dormancy, the talk is abruptly of a two-state solution again. Of a Palestinian state. Of peace talks. Here is one news article about it:

Netanyahu would agree to interim Palestinian state, ex-minister claims
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is willing to agree to the creation of a Palestinian state in provisional borders, even before his conditions for a final-status agreement are met, former minister and veteran peace activist Yossi Beilin said. “I don’t think that Netanyahu, who is far from being a warmonger — he’s a very cautious person — [is ready to commit to] a permanent solution. Not because he doesn’t want it — all of us want it — but because he’s not ready to pay the price,” Beilin said Monday night. “But to speak about a provisional border with the Palestinians, this is something that I heard from him that we would be ready to do it.”

[Outgoing Secretary of State] Hillary Clinton Sees Opening for Revived Mideast Peace talks
"Outgoing U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says a new coalition government in Israel could lead to resumption of talks toward a two-state peace accord with Palestinians. "I think the outcome of the election in which a significant percentage of the Israeli electorate chose to express themselves by saying 'We need a different path than the one we have been pursuing, internally and with respect to the Middle East peace process,'" Clinton said. That could mean a resumption of stalled talks with Palestinian authorities, something that she said the Obama administration will pursue at "every possible opening."

Just as the bonfire reaches maximum, God throws another log onto the fire...and things get hotter.
"I will gather you and blow on you with the fire of my wrath, and you shall be melted in the midst of it." (Ezekiel 22:21)

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  1. Hey Elizabeth, did you ever read or watch the youtube video about Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri's prophecy about Ariel Sharon? Just google him and you will find it. It is really interesting.


    1. Hi Pam!

      Well, I look at such things this way: the Rabbi isn't saved and doesn't believe Jesus came in the flesh. He denies Christ and according to 1 John is an antichrist. Being unsaved and outside the sealing of the Holy Spirit, exposed to satan in all his works, it isn't likely that Jesus is the one giving him a vision.

      Not that God can't give a non-believer a vision, he did to Nebchudnezzar, but I am severely skeptical of putting any weight on non-believers' visions.

      Also the Rabbi was a Kabbalist, which is the divination fringe of Judaism. It was the New Age of the old age. So that sets me further in the skeptical camp.

      I'm humbly going to pass on watching the video and wait to see what happens in the newspapers ... :)

    2. Thanks, Elizabeth, I am certainly aware of all of that but it was interesting. I wasn't recommending it to say that I believe it.
      Just happened to find it when I was pondering one day about whether Ariel Sharon had died and I had somehow missed the news.
      Anyway, I wasn't trying to convince anyone of believing what he said. Just so you know.....
      Sorry it came off that way.
      Hope you missed the severe part of the storm yesterday.

    3. Hey Elizabeth, I hope my last post went thru because I certainly don't want to leave anyone with the impression that I actually believed the Rabbi. I was looking up some information on Ariel Sharon to see if somehow I had missed the news that he had died. That was just something that popped up.
      I meant it in the "isn't that weird" way. But anyway,sorry if anyone thought otherwise.
      Hope you missed the worst of the weather yesterday.

    4. Hi Pam,

      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts! I am the one who should ask you to forgive because I obviously misunderstood you.

      I think a lot about the source of some of today's prophecies - sometimes they *seem* so accurate. I think about the power the demons have to perform wonders like the Pharaoh's sorcerer's did in matching Moses one-for-one. (up to a point).

      Satan has power and authority to do signs in this present age and he will be given more at the end of the age during the Tribulation. I think people underestimate how powerful and cunning he really is.

      I agree, isn't it weird! It definitely is one of those things that make me go "hmmm...???"

  2. Hi,I do understand Jews, they did not accept Jesus Christ, but that does not mean they are serving a wrong God,I guess. Please Correct me if I'm wrong.
    I appreciate your hard work on this blog,I know it's not easy to keep up running. I visit every day and learn something new. Thanks!!

    1. Hi, and thanks for your question. Any person who denies Jesus Christ is God and has come in the flesh, died for our sins, and rose again under the power of God, and is now reigning at the right hand of the Father, (The Gospel) is not saved. This includes Jews.

      God is not finished with His nation the Jews, and they will come to national salvation at the end of the Tribulation when they finally accept that Jesus was the Messiah all along and is their salvation.

      However, any Jewish person who denies the Jesus who revealed Himself thru the Holy Scriptures, or Buddhist, Muslim, Jehovah's Witness, Mormon, etc is not saved from His wrath.

      You can read more here

      Do Jews have to believe in Jesus to be saved?

      What is Messianic Judaism?

  3. Would add that it is highly likely the MSM are servants of the god of this world, 2 Cor 4:4, as well! The only one we can trust implicitly is His Spirit within :)



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