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Israel's war cabinet meeting

Israel's war cabinet has come together for a decision-making moment as what to do this in regard to a cease-fire, and the possibility of the IDF entering Rafah located in the lower part of Gaza Strip and removing the rest of Hamas terrorist group hold on Gaza and their last four of their battalions.


Israel told us ahead of time they would have this special meeting as to make decisions. As I carefully inspect all that came out of the meeting, or as much information as I could find I am 100% for sure absolutely nothing has changed.

I somewhat apologize for my pessimistic outlook it's just I’m more of a realist and just want to get to the point, what is Israel going to do?


The cease fire, Hamas has made it very clear, Israel must bring a complete end to the war in Gaza.

The cease fire, Israel has made it very clear that it will eventually eliminate all of Hamas control and terrorist powers within Gaza.

Israel is relaying to Hamas is the cease-fire will only be temporary and is to bring home the hostages. This begs the question why should Hamas agree to any truce or cease fire?

This leads us to another question, and I'll say ahead of time, we don't as of yet have an answer to anything. That is, will Israel have the backbone to reenter Gaza and continue the war?

If Hamas isn't willing to come to the negotiation table what is Israel to do?

It's interesting to note that if Israel does go to war with Hamas, it would be a short war and a very decisive war as Israel with its power compared to Hamas should be able to win quickly. However, and on the other hand this would bring about great condemnation from almost all other countries and Israel would have to deal with that after the war. I'm not a military person but this to me seems like a make-it or break-it time for Israel for they in reality have no other choice. The actual sovereignty of Israel is on the line but is greatly complicated due to the hostages being held by Hamas.


For those that have understanding of Bible prophecy of end-time should know there is an answer to all of this, and it's called a one state solution, this is when God enters into this arena and eliminates all Israel's surrounding enemies once and for all. This is noted in understood through many scriptures, but the basic understanding comes from Psalm 83. Do unto them God.


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Laurie Nordin
Laurie Nordin
May 03

Thank you Ross!

this is definitely nerve wracking; i'd hate to sit in on a war cabinet meeting-- must be very stressful and one must have many advisors with keen wisdom and insight to know how to move the next chess piece.

will Israel say, "peace and safety" or will the world be crying/demanding this??


and so we continue to wait on our God.


watching & listening...


Maranatha!

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Nichole Mason
Nichole Mason
May 03

Ross,

My gears are turning and I'm thinking, perhaps Netanyahu, facing pressure from within the cabinet and outside of it, will give into the ceasefire. The cabinet members are telling Netanyahu that they want peace and safety. Not only from Hamas but from the world. As we have seen, Israel's enemies are no longer limited to just the Middle East. However, I believe Like you said, they may make a ceasefire deal but God may not accept it and step in.

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jsawilliamson2
May 03

I guess we just keep holding our umbrellas. My arm is tired. My soul is disillusioned. But my conviction for God remains unshaken

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Nikki Linthicum
Nikki Linthicum
May 03

Hurry Up & Wait 😂😂 I'm waiting hmmm patiently might be a stretch for me ! Very excited to see my Jesus in the air! What a time to be alive and be a witness to current events! See you all in the clouds God Bless & keep Isreal ! Protect your people God and give them peace in Jesus name Amen 🙏

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Diane Bergschneider
Diane Bergschneider
May 03

Thankyou, Ross. I am watching, too...to see what's next...and I sense that some of Israel's leadership will cave in to Hamas and the world demands...but, and more but, we KNOW that our Lord will step in per Psalm 83. Enough is enough. I WILL remain patient and looking up and listening for that sound of the trumpet..an exciting time to be waiting for our Lord. God bless you, Ross. 💕

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