He who touches you, touches the apple of His eye        

No mention of the Palestinians

In his address to the United Nations General Assembly in September, President Donald Trump received considerable attention for what he actually said. No less interesting, however, is what he did not say. The speech contained zero mention of the Palestinians, zero mention of their conflict with Israel and zero mention of the peace process. This omission is not unprecedented, but it is unusual. Most US presidents have included the Israeli-Palestinian issue in their annual UN addresses. For a major change, President Trump appears to be trying to apply pressure to the Palestinians rather than only to Israel (remember President Obama!). Also, the Trump administration has consistently refused to say that the goal of the peace process is a two-state solution. Currently, some negotiations are going for a solution that Palestinians could accept. However, all efforts to achieve a two-state solution have repeatedly failed for almost 25 years. It is now obvious that the Palestinian leadership wants nothing less than the entire land of Israel!

A fitting sentence

A court in Belgium has ordered former lawmaker Laurent Louis, who was convicted of Holocaust denial, to visit five Nazi concentration camps in the coming years and write reports about his visits. In June 2015, he was convicted and given a six-month suspended jail sentence and fined over $20,000 by the Correctional Tribunal of Brussels for making statements that consciously downplayed the atrocities committed by the German occupation forces that ruled Belgium during WW2. The trial centered on online statements he had made, questioning the number of Jews killed in Nazi gas chambers of the Holocaust. In addition, he had argued that the “Holocaust was set up and financed by the pioneers of Zionism.” (The Times of Israel) The photo below is a current view from the Dachau Concentration camp where my father-in-law was one of the US soldiers liberating the surviving Jewish prisoners in April 1945 (Hannele Pardain).

Everything will change

“Everything in Israel will change, upside down and inside out. Nothing will be where it used to be.  They will seek to destroy Israel, but they will see that they are destroying themselves. Bibi  Netanyahu has done well.

Everything will change, and the only certainty is that I am the Lord. Do not fear. I will defend Israel,  and I will save her. You will suffer and suffer greatly because I will turn everything upside down and inside out. I will not fail you, and I will not fail  Israel.
Take note when you see these things. I am in the battle, and I have won. Keep your eyes on My power, and you will be safe. Watch Russia, for she is up to no good. Watch her carefully, says the Lord. With your own eyes, you shall see My triumph over darkness and evil. Trust Me, says the Lord.

We have to know the Lord and the power of His resurrection. It is not enough to be a dead  Christian. If the Lord says it is going to be unparalleled, then it is going to be unparalleled.  It is worth it all, knowing Him above all and  trusting in Him.” ─ Lance Lambert, March 15, 2015

This prophecy was the very last published word  Lance Lambert received from the Lord. Lance passed away in April 2015. As many changes in  Israel, the US and the entire world have taken place in the past two years, we can say that the world is indeed upside down. What has not changed is anti- Semitism and hatred toward Israel. Lance Lambert, as we remember him while speaking in CFI’s annual conference. About 60 members of Lance’s relatives perished during the Holocaust in the 1940s.
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“For thus says the LORD of hosts…he who touches you touches the apple of His eye” (Zechariah 2:8b)