God’s promises

This was on the parking lot for Masada, it was right after a memorable desert storm. It really isn’t an “archaeological” or some notable site (Masada certainly is and I will do more on that) but it just seemed to be so representative of the whole time in Israel. I do believe that God is still focused on Israel, not to the extent that many like to make it, but as Masada represents and Armageddon represent, God will have the day of reckoning here in Israel. This scene just seemed to be a confirmation that yes, despite all the trauma, crisis, everything that has gone on, it will work out. So praise God for this assurance, for all His promises. Instead of trying to predict the future and read too much into things, we trust in Him, He gives us the faith and trust we need to confront what will happen and move on in Him.

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