In 2011, all the End Times Bible prophecies are no more and no longer “prophecies”. The “prophecies”, now, suddenly, all are turning the every day breaking news updates day by day, all of which are getting scarier, nastier, uglier.
1 Corinthians 15:52
51-52(A)Listen to this secret truth: we shall not all die,
but when the last trumpet sounds, we shall all be changed in an instant, as quickly as the blinking of an eye.
For when the trumpet sounds, the dead will be raised, never to die again, and we shall all be changed.
1 Thessalonians 4:16-17
16 (A)There will be the shout of command, the archangel’s voice, the sound of God’s trumpet, and the Lord himself will come down from heaven. Those who have died believing in Christ will rise to life first;17 then we who are living at that time will be gathered up along with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will always be with the Lord.
God Will Punish Egypt
1 (A)This is a message about Egypt. The Lord is coming to Egypt, riding swiftly on a cloud. The Egyptian idols tremble before him, and the people of Egypt lose their courage.
1 論 埃 及 的 默 示 ： 看 哪 ， 耶 和 華 乘 駕 快 雲 ， 臨 到 埃 及 。 埃 及 的 偶 像 在 他 面 前 戰 兢 ； 埃 及 人 的 心 在 裡 面 消 化 。2 The Lord says, I will stir up civil war in Egypt and turn brother against brother and neighbor against neighbor. Rival cities will fight each other, and rival kings will struggle for power.3 I am going to frustrate the plans of the Egyptians and destroy their morale. They will ask their idols to help them, and they will go and consult mediums and ask the spirits of the dead for advice.
2 我 必 激 動 埃 及 人 攻 擊 埃 及 人 ─ 弟 兄 攻 擊 弟 兄 ， 鄰 舍 攻 擊 鄰 舍 ； 這 城 攻 擊 那 城 ， 這 國 攻 擊 那 國 。
3 埃 及 人 的 心 神 必 在 裡 面 耗 盡 ； 我 必 敗 壞 他 們 的 謀 略 。 他 們 必 求 問 偶 像 和 念 咒 的 、 交 鬼 的 、 行 巫 術 的 。4 I will hand the Egyptians over to a tyrant, to a cruel king who will rule them. I, the Lord Almighty, have spoken.
4 我 必 將 埃 及 人 交 在 殘 忍 主 的 手 中 ； 強 暴 王 必 轄 制 他 們 。 這 是 主 ─ 萬 軍 之 耶 和 華 說 的 。
Salafi Nour Party mulls parliamentary coalition with BrotherhoodAuthor: EE staff
Emad Abdel Ghafour, the chairman of the Salafi Nour Party, said that his party may form a parliamentary coalition with the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice party.
The two parties led the polls in the first phase of parliamentary elections. Figures published in the state-owned Al-Akhbar newspaper on Monday said that the FJP won 44 seats and Nour Party 28 seats out of a total of 112 up for grabs during the first phase of Egypt’s parliamentary elections.
“It would be an expansive national coalition, not purely Islamic,” Abdel Ghafour explained. “Purely Islamic coalitions divide the people and are not in the country’s best interests.”
He denied any conflict with the military council. “We often meet to discuss the political situation,” he said.
“The military council said the parliamentary majority forms the government,” he added. “Problems could arise if this does not happen, as it would mean the people’s choice is worthless.”
“The council cannot prevent a coalition of 50 percent or more from forming the government,” he said.
However, Mohamed Morsi, president of the Freedom and Justice Party, said talk of parliamentary coalitions is premature.Publishing Date:
Mon, 05/12/2011 – 21:53
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Cairo Election Winner Muslim Brotherhood Threatens Riots
Egypt Islamists threaten demos if poll fraud found
The Muslim Brotherhood, the biggest winner in the first round of Egypt’s elections, has threatened to take to the streets if there is any attempt to manipulate results.The Muslim Brotherhood, the biggest winner in the first round of Egypt’s elections, will to take to the streets if there is any attempt to manipulate results, says its leader Mohammed Badei (pictured). (AFP Photo/Mahmud Hams)
The group, a moderate Islamist movement banned for decades under the rule of deposed autocrat Hosni Mubarak, gained 36.6 percent of votes cast on November 28-29 for parties in a new lower house of parliament.
“We will take to the streets if there is any cheating in the elections or manipulation of the constitution,” its leader Mohammed Badei told Egyptian television in comments reported by the press on Tuesday.
A new constitution is to be drawn up next year once a lower and upper house of parliament have been elected by March.
The new civilian powers are set to face a fierce struggle with the army, which has already indicated it wants to retain many of the privileges of the Mubarak era, including oversight over military-related legislation.
Badei stressed “the Muslim Brotherhood does not want a monopoly on power,” repeating its stated position that it favours participation of other parties in a coalition.
The first round of voting in the multi-stage election wraps up on Tuesday, with Islamist parties including the Brotherhood and hardline Salafist groups winning about two-thirds of votes.
There have been various problems with the election, the first since Mubarak was toppled in February.
On Monday, the election commission dramatically revised down the turnout level from 62 percent to 52 percent and said results from several polling stations would be withheld because of violations. source – Yahoo News