Monday, July 8, 2013

Prophetic Developments Moving Rapidly:




Today's news hits several different prophetic themes - and they are all marching along just as we would expect. Consider the variety of different prophetic themes in play:









Amid fears of imminent civil war, Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood called Monday for an “uprising” against the military and urged international intervention in Egypt to prevent the situation from spiraling out of control.
The call to arms came hours after some 40 members of the Islamist group were killed in a clash with the Egyptian military, according to numbers released by the Egyptian Health Ministry. Hundreds more said to have been injured.
In the face of “those trying to steal their revolution with tanks,” the only option open to “the great people of Egypt” is insurrection, the Muslim Brotherhood’s political arm said in the statement, AFP reported.


The Brotherhood further called on ”the international community and international groups and all the free people of the world to intervene to stop further massacres… and prevent a new Syria in the Arab world.”
separate statement posted on the party’s website Sunday decried the “full military coup d’├ętat masterminded in the dark to crush democratic legitimacy,”

Earlier Monday, Muslim Brotherhood activists clashed with soldiers outside the headquarters of the Republican Guard in Cairo, where they believed that ousted president Mohammed Morsi is being held under arrest. The army said they had killed an officer and critically injured several soldiers.










The bloodshed deepened Egypt's political crisis, escalating the struggle between the army, which overthrew Morsi last Wednesday after mass demonstrations demanding his resignation, and the Brotherhood, which has denounced what it called a coup.
A statement on the Brotherhood's  Facebook page following the shooting said, "(The Freedom and Justice Party) calls on the great Egyptian people to rise up against those who want to steal their revolution with tanks and armored vehicles, even over the dead bodies of the people,"









At least 42 people were killed on Monday when Islamist demonstrators enraged by the military overthrow of Egypt's elected President Mohamed Mursi said the army opened fire during morning prayers at the Cairo barracks where he is being held.
But the military said "a terrorist group" tried to storm the Republican Guard compound and one army officer had been killed and 40 wounded. Soldiers returned fire when they were attacked by armed assailants, a military source said.
The emergency services said more than 320 were wounded in a sharp escalation of Egypt's political crisis, and Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood urged people to rise up against the army, which they accuse of a military coup to remove the elected leader.
At a hospital near the Rabaa Adawia mosque where Islamists have camped out since Mursi was toppled on Wednesday, rooms were crammed with people wounded in the violence, sheets were stained with blood and medics rushed to attend to the wounded.










Several powerful blasts were heard at a weapons depot belonging to the Syrian military late on Thursday night, according to reports gradually streaming in from Syria. BBC Arabic radio reported overnight Thursday that the explosions took place near the port of Latakia in Syria's north.
Subsequent reports offered few new details and drew limited attention. Among them was a statement by the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which said that "huge explosions shook the area where a large Syrian army base and weapons depots are located."
According to the group, residents in the area where the blasts were heard say they were caused by missile fire of unknown origin. However, according to other reports that have reached the rights group, fighter jets were seen in the skies in the area of the city of Al-Haffah. It was further reported that several troops have been killed and wounded in the explosions. Fires broke out in the region.
A similar report carried by the Lebanese TV station Al-Manar said the blasts were caused by rocket or missile fire at a military base near a village some 20 kilometers from Latakia. Al-Manar cited a "military source" as saying that the fire came from the direction of a northern suburb of the city, where rebels and regime forces have been clashing for days.








In a war room of sorts in a neatly appointed government building, U.S. officers dressed in crisp uniforms arranged themselves around a U-shaped table and kept their eyes trained on a giant screen. PowerPoint slides ticked through the latest movements of an enemy that recently emerged in Saudi Arabia — a mysterious virus that has killed more than half of the people known to have been infected.
Here at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, experts from the U.S. Public Health Service and their civilian counterparts have been meeting twice a week since the beginning of June to keep tabs on the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus. MERS-CoV, as the pathogen is known, attacks the lungs and causes fevers, severe coughs and rapid renal failure.
Since it was first isolated in June 2012 in the city of Jeddah, MERS has infected at least 77 people and killed at least 40 of them. The number of confirmed cases has quadrupled since April, and people as far away as Tunisia and Britain have been sickened. Most troubling to health experts are reports of illnesses in patients who have not been to the Middle East.











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8 comments:

Sandra said...

Scott, please read my comments as I posted on the wrong date..I am so troubled that we need to pray.

Sandra

Stephen said...

STOCKS ARE UP AGAIN.......

looks bullish.

possible records coming....

sad but true.

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Scott said...

Sandra - I commented below - and I completely agree - but what is troubling you specifically?

Stephen said...

DEAR SANDRA >>>>>>>

I hope you both read this soon. I
am wondering EXACTLY what is going
on here. Sandra, what KIND of
message are you getting and
SPECIFICALLY what is it about ??

I could be wrong, but I am getting
VERY VERY concerned about 7 13 13.
This weekend !!!

maybe NOTHING will happen, like
nothing happenned in JUNE BUT
I AM VERY concerned re your so
called premonition here. is this
re the revealing of AC ?? please
tell me.

Please write soon

thanks

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>

Stephen said...

Sandra, is this what has been revealed to you from 2 THESS 2 ??

9 The coming of the lawless one will be in accordance with how Satan works. He will use all sorts of displays of power through signs and wonders that serve the lie, 10 and all the ways that wickedness deceives those who are perishing. They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. 11 For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie 12 and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness.


please tell me

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Sandra said...

Hi Scott and Stephen.

When I was praying this evening, I got such a troubled spirit of urgency that something is about to happen. I heard very clearly...ask your brothers and sisters to start praying.

I wish I could be more specific.

Sandra

Sandra said...

HI Stephen

Just for your interest, the 9th of Av is coming up on July 15=16, which is called Tisha B'Av on the Jewish calender, which is a considered a day of judgement and mourning. The second temple was destroyed on that date. There are three week of mourning which we are now in. Look it up. Today is the 2nd of Av.

Sandra

Stephen said...

ok, as confusing as all of this may be, I can only give insight
from what I DO know.....

(1) 7 13 13 dead ahead....
should be very interesting,
IF AC gets revealed then.

(2) EWI counts suggest RALLY TERMINATION for bulls in the NEAR future. with a CRASH to follow.

we are already above 15, 200 and
that ALONE is a big problem, people are getting really really
GREEDY again...

Something is going to happen.

for sure.

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>