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September 18, 2012

Last week a large portion of the population of the United States remembered that fatal day, September 11, 2001, when our land was invaded by the enemy. New York City, Shanksville Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C. suffered from the attack. We were stunned, horrified, confused, and scared, to name a few emotions.

Also, on last week four dedicated Americans lost their lives in an attack at the American Consulate in Benghazi Egypt. Whether this was a pre-planned attack by a terrorist or the response to an anti-Islam film produced in America is still being investigated.

Anger against America has spread across the Arab world and beyond. Leaders, nations, and individuals are choosing sides and determining who they will support. Some are pro-American; others are anti-Americans who feel we are getting what we deserve, and still others are undecided.

Just as we the citizens of the United States put aside our differences and came together against the enemy there is coming a day when the world will experience disaster which will unite them against who they believe is their common enemy, the perpetrator of this event.  Most of the people will not realize or accept the fact that it is God that orchestrated this event.

That day for believers will be a day of bliss for we will forever be with the Lord. For unbelievers who survive the aftermath of the rapture, they will be stunned, horrified confused, scared, and seeking answers. For those who heard the gospel but rejected God, they will no doubt regret their decision for they will know the catastrophic events that lie ahead for them in the days to come.

For us believers, since we understand the signs of the time which shows us that Jesus is soon to come for His bride, let us not only pray for this present world but let us pray for those that will be left behind; that in seeking answers they will find and accept God.

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