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Jordan: Another Puzzle Piece Begins to Slide

From Israel National News, today: King Abdullah: Jordan Was Better Off without Peace with Israel

I know I say this a lot, but it’s true…we live in exciting times! For years, those who adhere to a secular perspective poo-pooed the idea that Turkey would be part of any invasion of Israel, despite Ezekiel 38’s clear prophecy that it would. After all, they said, Turkey and Israel are friends! Turkey and Israel even conduct military exercises together! Then a few months ago, seemingly out of nowhere, Turkey canceled its upcoming military exercises with Israel and simultaneously announced a strengthening alliance with Iran. A prophetic puzzle piece clicked into place. Today, another puzzle piece began sliding toward its destination when Jordan’s King Abdullah added his voice to the growing chorus of anti-Israel rhetoric from around the world. I won’t rehash what’s in the article since I’ve linked it in the top line of this post, but suffice to say that seemingly out of nowhere, Jordan has started to sound like an enemy of Israel.

I believe this to be of major significance, because I think Jordan is clearly part of the confederacy of nations prophesied to attack Israel in Psalm 83, Obadiah, and Isaiah 17. Like Turkey, however, Jordan was supposedly on friendly terms with Israel. (Jordan is one of only two Arab nations to have a peace treaty in place with Israel; Egypt is the other.)  Once again, from the secular perspective it looked unlikely that Jordan, a heretofore peaceful neighbor, would be part of such a confederacy. And once again, we see that what the Bible says will happen, will absolutely happen.

Stay tuned!

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