Threat on Washington, Netanyahu sworn into Office, the economy tumbles, Obama off to make major speech in turkey to Muslims and North Korea prepares to launch a missile test. This is and will continue to be a full news week. It doesn’t take a week like this to bring about serious times but when so many things happen at once we should pay attention.
Prophetic events can seem to happen out of nowhere and sometimes they seem to build over time. Right now they seem to be building and coming close to a boil. With all of these events I don’t know of which or any specific prophecies will be fulfilled or become closer to being fulfilled but there is potential for many possibilities.
The recent threat on Washington by a Taliban in Pakistan leader is said to be credible in that this guy means business, has a track record and may have the connections to attempt such an attack. However, we don’t know how possible it is and the fact that it is being telegraphed may show it to be less a threat soon but possibly one later, at an unexpected time.
Benjamin Netanyahu was sworn into office on Tuesday as Israel’s Prime Minister. Netanyahu is a conservative and seems to be the right man for the job. But as PM he may make war with Iran sooner rather than later. He said that if Obama doesn’t stop Iran from getting nukes than he will.
Obama is in Europe for the G20 meeting to discuss the global economic problems and China and Russia are proposing a new world currency. One of Obama’s leading law picks is not opposed to Sharia law.
North Korea is launching what it calls a communications satellite in the next week, although the US, Japan and South Korea suspect it is a ballistic missile test. While the North Korean regime is extremely dangerous to it’s own people, it appears to be a joke in some ways internationally because of their odd behavior and threats. However, there is a good chance that they have nuclear material and the possibility for launching nuke bombs. The leaders of North Korea also appear to be very unstable and illogical so we should always be concerned by what they are doing.