Biden Slaps Biblical Prophecy

PUBLISHED: 1:00 PM 21 Jan 2021
UPDATED: 6:17 PM 21 Jan 2021

Biden First Order Of Business? Slap Israel With Subtle Announcement That Prophesy Is A Lie

Many experts argue that the fact that Israel is a nation is a direct fulfillment of prophecy, and Biden’s move was a direct slap in the face of God.

Yesterday, one of the first moves the Biden administration made was to slap God and subtly infer that Biblical prophecy is a lie.

In fact, it was noticed right away and the administration ‘changed it back’ within hours, but the action remains.

Many people recognize that the prophecy in Ezekiel 37 concerning the Valley of Dry Bones was directly fulfilled when in 1947, the nation of Israel was literally “born in a day” (Isaiah 66:8). In fact, many scholars believe that this event was a herald of the Coming End of Time.

Yet, one of the first actions taken by the new administration was to appoint an Ambassador “Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza.” This notification placed on social media insultingly lowered a sovereign nation to the status of a “territory,” which was a direct insult.

The West Bank and Gaza are territories… NOT nations.

The Washington Free Beacon reported:

The Biden administration on Wednesday reversed a change to the U.S. ambassador to Israel’s Twitter account name to read, “the official Twitter account of the U.S. Ambassador to Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza” after a Washington Free Beacon report highlighting the shift.

For a time on Wednesday, the official Twitter feed for the U.S. ambassador to Israel had its title changed to add “the West Bank and Gaza,” territories the United States has for decades avoided taking a stand on due to ongoing peace talks between the Israelis and Palestinians. The title change sparked an outcry online, including among Republican lawmakers, and was quietly changed back to read only, “U.S. ambassador to Israel.” The State Department would not comment on the initial change or why it was changed back to its original form.

Embassy officials have speculated that the title was inadvertently changed by Twitter due to a technical glitch when the accounts were switched from the Trump administration over to the Biden administration. The Free Beacon could not confirm the veracity of these claims.

“The U.S. doesn’t have ambassadors to any other disputed territory in the world. Singling out Israel, once again, is wrong,” said Len Khodorkovsky, former deputy assistant secretary at the State Department. “Instead of building on all the progress that’s been made toward peace in the Middle East, the Biden administration seems to be reversing course toward the failed policies of the Obama years.”

[President Trump orchestrated peace deals in the region that were monumental.]

During the Obama administration, former ambassador Dan Shapiro was referred to in official communications as the “U.S. Ambassador to Israel.”

While Joe Biden has said he would maintain the U.S. embassy facility in Jerusalem—which former President Donald Trump moved in a historic policy shift [not exactly accurate, since President Trump actually just fulfilled the promises made by previous presidents]—it is likely he will put greater emphasis on Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, which have long been stalled. Biden also will grapple with the last administration’s decision to recognize the Golan Heights area along the Israel-Syria border as officially part of the Jewish state.

Reacting to the shift, Rep. Michael McCaul (R., Texas), lead Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said on Twitter: “It’s incredibly troubling the administration made this controversial move on Day One, [without] consulting w/Congress. It also seems to fly in the face of comments made by Antony Blinken yesterday. I strongly urge the president to clarify this provocative move quickly.”

The title change also seemed to contradict comments by Biden’s secretary of state nominee, Anthony Blinken, who said during his confirmation hearing Tuesday that he would not seek to relocate the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem and would continue the tight security relationship between the United States and Israel.

Most people just realize the move was prompted by the Enemy, who hates the fact that God’s word has been proven true time and time again. The fact that Jews exist at all proves the Word of God, and since the time of Haman, the Enemy has sought to annihilate the children of the Promised Land.