I have heard many prophets or prophetic leaders quote 2 Chronicles 20:20 recently, regarding their prophecies.
“Listen to me, Judah and people of Jerusalem! Have faith in the Lord your God and you will be upheld; HAVE FAITH IN HIS PROPHETS and you will be successful.” (2 Chr. 20:20)
The idea of having “faith in the prophets” is an Old Testament concept that did not transfer to the New Testament. There are some changes between the way God dealt with the nation of Israel in the Hebrew Scriptures and the way He speaks to the eklessia in New Testament. Why? Click to read the article.

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On Nov. 8th I posted a blog about two experiences that I had, whereby God seemed to show me that Biden would win the election. While I stand by that 100%, I am not closed to the idea that maybe, if we take this time of uncertainty to repent of Trump-idolatry, God could turn things around for the President. Some of suggested that. I don’t know. But it never hurts to repent!

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Following the United Arab Emirates’ example, the five-star Ritz Carlton Hotel in Bahrain has announced it will become the nation’s first hotel to establish a kosher kitchen as it prepared to welcome an influx of Jewish visitors.

With an expected surge in travel from Israel since the normalization deals with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, these Gulf states are adapting to the potential clientele.

“Bahrain is unique as it already has an indigenous Jewish population, and since the recent normalization of relations, we are seeing a greater interest from Jewish and Israeli travelers, and we want to be able to provide kosher food for those who prefer this option,” said Bernard de Villèle, Ritz Carlton general manager.

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Hot off her re-election to the U.S House of Representatives, Ilhan Omar has accused Israel of ethnic cleansing.

She was responding to news that Israel demolished illegally built structures built by some Bedouin families, in Khirbet Humsah, in an area under Israeli responsibility. The new report said 73 men, women and children were displaced.

“This a grave crime – in direct violation of international law,” Omar wrote on Twitter. 

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Palestinians are observing three days of mourning after Saeb Erekat, chief Palestinian negotiator, died on Tuesday morning from COVID-19.

“The departure of the brother and the friend, the great fighter Saeb Erekat, represents a big loss for Palestine and for our people,” President Mahmoud Abbas said in a statement. “We feel deep sorrow for losing him, especially at such difficult times the Palestinian cause is living through.”

Erekat, 65, the secretary general of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), announced on Oct. 8 that he had contracted the coronavirus. He was a high-risk patient, having undergone a lung transplant in 2017.

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