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Due to well over two years of a clear lack of interest in this board, I will be closing it when the hosting is up next month (24 Aug). I see no reason to continue this with the lack of readership and participation.

It's been a wonderful 27+ years, with tons of ups and downs, but with all the excellent resources available to us online via Telegram, YouTube and other platforms - we've outgrown our purpose. I do not believe any huge modification/improvements to the site would help, plus that has always been way beyond my knowledge/skill set.

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Egypt is a real mess

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  • Egypt is a real mess

    Getting more and more interesting as the days pass by.

    Originally posted by FoxNews
    Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi left the presidential palace Tuesday as violence erupted between police and at least 100,000 protesters gathered in Cairo.
    Article HERE.

    I saw another headline (on Fox) that used the phrase "Morsi Flees Egyptian Rage." This doesn't take away from Israel's pressures, by any means, but it surely does divert some of the energy - to what end is the question.

    I was in Zechariah 12 this morning. ". . .I will smite every horse [of the armies that contend against Jerusalem] with terror and panic and his rider with madness. . ." Zech 12:4 (Amp)

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    Re: Egypt is a real mess

    Hey PlumBob, I watched a video by Perry Stone this morning and it was from quite awhile ago. The Egypt crisis was just starting and at that time we didn't know the outcome.

    Something he said I tried check on, with no luck, but he said that an early church Father named Hippolytus said that the toes of iron and clay were Islam and Democracy? Islam was represented by the iron, a metal weapon and Democracy was represented by clay.

    Have you ever heard such a thing. I can't seem to find anything on the internet regarding this.


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      Re: Egypt is a real mess

      Interesting. I love Perry Stone. He often sees things, discerns things before others. Here is a bit of history on Hippolytus, who is interesting in and of himself.

      It is interesting to note that his only real surviving manuscript is an exegesis of Daniel, as I understand it. So, if he had something to say about Islam, it would have to have been through prophecy or an interpretation of Daniel I haven't heard about as Islam only began in the 600s.