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  • Issachar
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    The end of the video in post #62 .. very nice. Very, very nice. How evil must be anyone opposed to such an effort for unity and love. Scary stuff in many ways. As divisive as politics in “this world” is, even unto death in many cases, there has never been, or will be, anything as divisive as “religion.”

    Issachar

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  • Issachar
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    Really??!!!

    Islam headquarters and RC are basically one now.



    Issachar

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  • Issachar
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    I would like to respectfully have lunch with VP Pence.

    If just living in the same area and not blowing up each other is all he is talking about; fine. But he is going beyond that.

    Galatians 3:16, 29
    Romans 2:28-29 (all of ch.2, actually)

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  • SAT
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    Yesterday at the Warsaw Summit. Speech by VP Mike Pence

    “Today, Jews, Christians and Muslims, more than half the world’s population, and nearly all the people of the Middle East claim Abraham as their forefather in faith. And so he is.”
    “I believe on that foundation of that Abrahamic tradition, we can find a firm foundation for a brighter future for all the people and all the faiths of the middle east. It doesn’t just simply have to be a part of our imagination. It is actually happening as we speak.”
    “We need to look no further than the old city of Jerusalem as an example of what could be true for the region as a whole. There we see the followers of three great religions in constant contact with one another. We see each faith come together in new and renewed ways every day. “
    “At Haram al-Sharif (The Dome of the Rock) we see young Muslims with their heads bowed in prayer. AT the Church of the Sepulcher we see a Christian child receiving her baptism. At the Western Wall, we see a young Jewish boy being Bar Mitzvahed.”
    “What we see there, we can achieve all across the Middle East.”
    “That is the vision that President Trump has. That is the hope and aspiration of peace-loving people in our nation and around the world.”
    “I think we would do well to look to a promise that was made to that man I referred to who made that journey so many centuries ago. It was a promise in those ancient words I will surely bless you. I believe with all my heart that we can claim that blessing anew for all the people of this region, for ourselves and our posterity. I believe God will surely bless us with peace. So let us begin.”
    https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/1...m-model-peace/

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  • cnav
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    Vatican symbol for Egypt trip 2017

    https://aleteia.org/2017/03/31/just-...isit-to-egypt/

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  • SAT
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    I hope no one minds but I thought I would add this article to the thread
    Trump praises ‘inclusive’ Egyptian president for cathedral opening
    https://thehill.com/homenews/adminis...hedral-opening

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  • SAT
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    It is so amazing. All the pieces in some areas have totally come together.

    Now add the middle east union, Arab NATO, the "ultimate deal" and on and on.
    The middle east is ready for the next stage
    Last edited by SAT; 01-07-2019, 12:23 PM.

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  • SAT
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    Is this the article????

    Trump Proclaims Sunday as National Day of Prayer ‘of All Faiths’ for Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey

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  • cnav
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    What a time in which to live, so much happening, so much to watch for

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  • cnav
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    From post #47

    Jerusalem Covenant

    Paragraph 4

    http://jerusalemofpeace.com/PAGE3.asp

    Today, as of old, we hold fast to the truth of the words of the Prophets of Israel, that all the inhabitants of the world shall enter within the gates of Jerusalem: 'And it shall come to pass at the end of days, the mountain of the House of the Lord will be well established at the peak of the mountains and will tower above the hills, and all the nation shall stream towards it.' Each and every nation will live in it by its own faith: 'For all the nation will go forward, each with its own Divine Name; we shall go in the name of the Lord our God forever and ever.' And in this spirit the Knesset of the State of Israel has enacted a law: The places holy to the peoples of all religions shall be protected from any desecration and from any restriction of free access to them..

    Seems like the world is getting ready re: all religions worshipping their own way in oneness, as seen in the above posts. Interesting there is a Covenant ready in Jerusalem to be signed (confirmed) to allow just that at such a time as this.


    With this in mind...the imam’s statement in post #46 is very interestjng
    Last edited by cnav; 01-07-2019, 01:35 PM.

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  • SAT
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    lol cnav there are so many "Oh wows" in your posts it is hard to pick one.

    Before the celebration, which coincided with the eve of Coptic Christmas, US President Donald Trump said he is excited to see the inauguration of the Church of Nativity, praising his Egyptian counterpart for the step.
    I had to think about Jared's beliefs as well.

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  • cnav
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    Interesting comment from above artIcle...

    http://www.egypttoday.com/Article/2/...East-s-largest


    The Islamic state is a legal guarantor of the churches of the Christians and the synagogues of the Jews. The Sharia obligates the Muslims to protect mosques and churches equally," al-Tayeb said.
    Last edited by cnav; 01-07-2019, 11:20 AM.

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  • cnav
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    Very interesting SAT....I saw the headline but only the part that ended with mosque, didn’t see the church part

    I will be watching what happens with the Pope’s services in Morocco and the UAE in February and March...he is going to a mosque while there

    Great inroads being made in interfaith...as the title reads towards a one world religion

    Interesting too Abbas was there

    In pics:

    Egypt rejoices at opening Middle East's largest cathedral



    http://www.egypttoday.com/Article/2/...East-s-largest
    CAIRO – 7 January 2019: The world turned on Sunday to watch the Egyptian and Palestinian presidents inaugurating the "largest church in the Middle East" along with a huge and spacious mosque in Egypt's New Administrative Capital"


    President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi along with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas who has recently been keen to attend such touching occasions, inaugurated al-Fattah al-Alim Mosque and the Cathedral of Milad al-Masih (Nativity) which reportedly accommodates eight thousand people.
    Before the celebration, which coincided with the eve of Coptic Christmas, US President Donald Trump said he is excited to see the inauguration of the Church of Nativity, praising his Egyptian counterpart for the step.

    For his part, Ahmed al-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Egypt's top Islamic institution Al-Azhar expressed his happiness at the opening of mosque and the church, adding that he considers it "an exceptional event that has never happened before in the history of Christianity and Islam."

    ”The Islamic state is a legal guarantor of the churches of the Christians and the synagogues of the Jews. The Sharia obligates the Muslims to protect mosques and churches equally," al-Tayeb said.

    "As an Egyptian citizen I stand in this holy mosque (Al-Fatah al-Alim) and rejoice with all my beloved brothers at this happy occasion, which is recorded in the history of Egypt," the Pope stated.

    And.... Egypt’s Grand Imam Congratulates Pope Francis for Christ’s


    https://www.breitbart.com/faith/2018...ists-birthday/
    According to a statement from Al-Azhar, Sheikh Ahmed Muhammad al-Tayeb wished to extend congratulations to Pope Francis and “Christians all over the world on occasion of the birthday celebration of Jesus Christ on December 25.”

    Pope Francis thanked the Grand Imam for his gesture and said he looks forward to meeting him in Abu Dhabi this February.
    Earlier this month, the Vatican announced that Pope Francis will visit Abu Dhabi in February 2019, the first visit by any pope to the Arabian Peninsula.

    “In response to the invitation of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, His Holiness Pope Francis will visit Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) from 3 to 5 February 2019, to participate in the International Interfaith Meeting on ‘Human Fraternity,’” said papal spokesman Greg Burke.

    The International Interfaith Meeting will also be attended by the Grand Imam of Al Azhar.

    Watch Feb 3-5th in UAE...it will use be huge re: interfaith, OWR
    Last edited by cnav; 01-07-2019, 10:47 AM.

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  • SAT
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    lamb&lion posted this in the news area
    https://wedg.millenniumweekend.org/f...ay-january-7th

    It made me think "Wow"

    Egypt Pres. inaugurates mega mosque, church
    The inauguration ceremony was attended by several international dignitaries, including Representative of His Highness the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Amiri Diwan Advisor Abdullah Al-Maatouq, and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, as well as Egyptian official, military and religious figures.

    "This occasion is a message that we will not allow anybody to come between us, and I do not like to use the term sectarian strife because Muslims and Christians in Egypt are one, and will stay one," Al-Sisi said.
    https://menafn.com/1097933421/Egypt-...-mosque-church

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  • SAT
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    Pope gets invite to North Korea, indicates will consider it

    https://www.jpost.com/International/...ider-it-569744

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