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Episode: “Election 2015—Israel’s Choice”
We were with our camera crew in Israel during its prophetically significant election on March 17, 2015. We bring you the voting results and what they say about how the winds of politics overlap Bible prophecy.

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  • 00:18 Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel
  • 00:22 is that they might be saved,
  • 00:25 for there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek,
  • 00:28 for the same LORD over all
  • 00:30 is rich unto all that call upon him.
  • 00:43 Shalom.
  • 00:44 Myles and Katharine
  • 00:45 bringing you a special report
  • 00:46 from Jerusalem.
  • 00:47 We've just come from a momentous season Myles
  • 00:49 Yeah, 3 major events.
  • 00:50 We had during the Feast of Esther
  • 00:52 which is a remembrance of the deliverance of the Jewish people
  • 00:55 from evil rising out of Persia,
  • 00:57 Benjamin Netanyahu came and spoke to the U.S. Congress
  • 01:00 about the evil arising out of modern day Persia, Iran,
  • 01:03 And now we've had the long awaited Israeli Elections.
  • 01:07 Yeah, and we are going to take you now
  • 01:09 to let you hear from the people's heart in Israel
  • 01:13 how they feel about their Prime Minister.
  • 01:25 We're here in Ein Kerem.
  • 01:26 It's an artist colony, an upscale suburb of Jerusalem.
  • 01:30 It's Shabbat's morning, Saturday morning.
  • 01:33 And we've been speaking with some of the Israeli residents here
  • 01:38 to get the wide range of opinions regarding this
  • 01:41 momentous election that has just taken place.
  • 01:44 You know Israel is a small country,
  • 01:46 smaller than the size of New Jersey.
  • 01:48 And yet all the world is interested in what goes on here.
  • 01:51 All the world is watching Israel because
  • 01:54 it has a central part to play in the history of the planet
  • 01:58 and especially in the spiritual history of the planet.
  • 02:01 And as you know, our program is often pointing you to the fact
  • 02:05 that as the headlines unfold,
  • 02:07 what's really going on behind the scenes is the outplaying,
  • 02:11 the outworking of the story of God on planet earth,
  • 02:15 with Israel as the center so often.
  • 02:19 We spoke to some people about their disappointment or elation regarding the Israeli Elections.
  • 02:27 As far as I'm concerned, I'm satisfied about the result of the elections.
  • 02:30 I voted for the Right Party of Benjamin Netanyahu.
  • 02:34 I'm not surprised with the results of the elections.
  • 02:37 Are you happy with the outcome of the election?
  • 02:39 Not really.
  • 02:40 Basically, yes.
  • 02:42 Big disappoint[ment].
  • 02:43 I'm quite disappointed.
  • 02:44 The candidate that won is not the one that I would have wanted to win.
  • 02:48 She say Bibi good for the Israel.
  • 02:52 I say it's not good for the Israel.
  • 02:56 We wanted to change the government.
  • 03:01 I think we want a change.
  • 03:03 I think we want it to change.
  • 03:05 Because I wanted a change.
  • 03:07 I wanted something different here in Israel.
  • 03:09 I believe that in Israel we need a left government, okay?
  • 03:16 I think we wanted new hope in different areas and social areas
  • 03:20 Personally, I'm not happy because it's not my side.
  • 03:25 I put my voice to the other side.
  • 03:28 But it's democratic.
  • 03:30 We have an absolute, true democracy in this country.
  • 03:33 This is what the people voted for, so...
  • 03:38 I'm happy that it's a democracy.
  • 03:40 I think our people has a short memory.
  • 03:45 Ummm, something different that will bring hope to the people
  • 03:49 maybe try [to] do something with the Palestinians about talking in negotiation,
  • 03:53 anything that can make some progress here.
  • 03:57 I would hope that the dialogue with the Palestinians would start again.
  • 04:03 The peace talks are not in place at all.
  • 04:07 I mean it's very unfortunate that we continue to be
  • 04:12 terrorized and talk with guns and rockets instead of words.
  • 04:23 As you may have heard us say before, Amos 9:15 speaks about
  • 04:26 the Jewish people coming back to the mountains of Samaria.
  • 04:30 never to be uprooted again.
  • 04:32 And WOW, is that a central issue here.
  • 04:34 Because people believe that leaving the so-called
  • 04:37 "West Bank" which is the heartland of Israel,
  • 04:40 the mountains of Judea and Samaria,
  • 04:41 that if Israel will leave, that would open the door for peace.
  • 04:46 (Myles) The West Bank
  • 04:48 It's the heart
  • 04:49 of ancient Israel,
  • 04:51 Judea and Samaria.
  • 04:53 All the history of Israel takes place there.
  • 04:55 It's history.
  • 04:57 It [does] not belong to this time.
  • 05:00 (Myles) And so do you believe that two states
  • 05:02 living together side by side in peace is possible?
  • 05:05 Absolutely...Yeah.
  • 05:06 (Myles) Do you believe that there should be two states in this area?
  • 05:10 Yes,I do. -Yes.
  • 05:11 An Arab State and a Jewish state?
  • 05:13 Yeah...yeah. -I do,totally.
  • 05:14 (Myles) So you don't believe a two state solution is possible?
  • 05:17 No.
  • 05:18 (Myles) Do you think they are a real partner for peace?
  • 05:20 I don't know... I don't know.
  • 05:23 I believe...I believe most of the people in the country,
  • 05:28 and I believe even Jew and Arab wanted peace.
  • 05:34 I think it's very unfortunate
  • 05:35 that a lot of Palestinians are living in this State
  • 05:39 and I think they deserve to have their own country
  • 05:44 and deal with their political issues apart from Israel.
  • 05:50 I wouldn't mind calling Judea and Samaria "the Palestinian authorities"
  • 05:55 so long as I know that if I will do this step as Israel
  • 06:00 I will be able to visit there and I will have peace.
  • 06:04 But, unfortunately, as the situation with Gaza was, we left there;
  • 06:10 the only request we had is for silence, not even peace,
  • 06:14 We just went out of [the]Gaza strip
  • 06:16 and we said, give us silence, that's all.
  • 06:19 You have [a] border with Israel.
  • 06:20 We support you with electricity.
  • 06:22 We support you with water.
  • 06:24 Just leave us alone.
  • 06:25 And it didn't happen.
  • 06:27 So would I trust that if we lived today in Samaria
  • 06:31 and go out of there we would have peace?
  • 06:35 Well, you can fool me once, not twice.
  • 06:40 Many of the people here, they just want peace.
  • 06:43 You hear that theme over and over again;
  • 06:45 we just want peace, we want peace.
  • 06:47 And they're not sure how that will happen.
  • 06:49 Some say, on the one hand they've been interested in
  • 06:52 the other side taking the election from Benjamin Netanyahu
  • 06:56 and yet they're also happy that he is in place
  • 06:59 because he will be a secure and strong leader.
  • 07:04 We think Netanyahu is a true leader.
  • 07:07 He is very charismatic.
  • 07:09 He has a way of speaking to people.
  • 07:11 Very charismatic,
  • 07:13 he is very stable,
  • 07:14 he has his own opinions
  • 07:17 and he pushed us.
  • 07:19 And for the worst he was a leader.
  • 07:22 But personally, I believe that Mr. Netanyahu knew how to do it better.
  • 07:31 ...which for me to vote for the right side is that
  • 07:34 I'm quite satisfied with what happened security-wise,
  • 07:38 especially that we don't have to apologize about our being here;
  • 07:44 that this is our country.
  • 07:46 And for me, I believe Mr. Netanyahu is representing what I think about it.
  • 07:49 And bottom line, [in] my opinion,
  • 07:52 if you start to apologize you don't know where it [will] finish.
  • 07:54 So we have to make a statement, we are here, this is our place.
  • 07:58 Deal with it.
  • 07:59 But the government in America,
  • 08:02 they want to control the government in Israel.
  • 08:06 I don't know why.
  • 08:07 And I think the situation between Obama and Bibi
  • 08:14 they...now it's like separate
  • 08:20 that because Bibi is a strong leader;
  • 08:25 he's a leader, to come to the Congress [the] 3rd time.
  • 08:30 And he just put a finger to all...to Obama.
  • 08:36 He put [his] finger outside to Obama and said,
  • 08:38 listen, I'm here.
  • 08:40 I'm [going] to tell what I want to tell
  • 08:42 and you can do whatever you want.
  • 08:44 But I tell the world what you want to do with Iran.
  • 08:49 And this is a leader.
  • 08:51 A leader who [is not] afraid is a leader.
  • 08:54 (Myles) Do you think the contention with Iran
  • 08:57 is going to be solved by the United States' current approach?
  • 08:59 Or in Netanyahu's approach?
  • 09:02 Oh, I don't know too much about your elections
  • 09:04 but I do trust the United States government
  • 09:06 and its relationship with the State of Israel.
  • 09:09 So I don't have any doubts
  • 09:11 that our leadership and your leadership
  • 09:13 will get together and do the right thing.
  • 09:14 (Myles) Is there hope here in Israel
  • 09:16 that Israel and America will come back together
  • 09:19 Yeah.
  • 09:20 in the future?
  • 09:21 More - 2 years.
  • 09:22 After the...
  • 09:23 2 years.
  • 09:24 After Obama leaves the Whitehouse I believe that [t will] come back.
  • 09:30 Whatever you have in America,
  • 09:33 Democrat...Republican.
  • 09:35 But they work together.
  • 09:37 They work together,
  • 09:38 because Israel, it's so much important
  • 09:42 to American government and American people.
  • 09:46 It's like...a little daughter.
  • 09:50 And you don't put your little daughter outside the door.
  • 09:54 (Myles) People are comparing Bibi Netanyahu to Winston Churchill.
  • 09:59 Yeah
  • 10:00 Because of that strength.
  • 10:01 He's [a] strong man.
  • 10:02 Yes.
  • 10:04 There is no putting as a leader;
  • 10:06 he [isn't] afraid.
  • 10:08 Margaret Thatcher was a leader; she [was not] afraid.
  • 10:13 Bibi is a leader.
  • 10:16 I'm not sure about Obama.
  • 10:21 Everyone we spoke to is interested in
  • 10:22 a strong relationship between America and Israel.
  • 10:26 They're concerned about the current state of that relationship
  • 10:28 but hopeful for the future.
  • 10:30 In fact you can hear in the theme of what they say
  • 10:33 their understanding of Genesis 12:1-3,
  • 10:42 and they recognize that America has been a great blessing to Israel.
  • 10:46 And they're hopeful it will be that way in the future.
  • 10:57 What right does Israel have to her Land?
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  • 11:57 You know our program has
  • 11:58 had the privilege of
  • 12:00 speaking with many of the
  • 12:01 Prime Ministers of Israel.
  • 12:02 Yeah, and we have some great footage of interviews with Bibi Netanyahu himself.
  • 12:05 We would like to show those to you right now.
  • 12:07 So let's go to those videos.
  • 12:10 You strike me personally as
  • 12:11 a character like Nehemiah
  • 12:13 or one of these governors of Israel
  • 12:15 that insisted to rebuild the place.
  • 12:17 And the scripture actually points out that
  • 12:19 they had a brick in one hand and a sword in the other.
  • 12:20 It's almost... I see the cranes
  • 12:22 and I see the soldiers.
  • 12:24 But today there's a different method of attacking.
  • 12:28 Today, the principle battle against Israel
  • 12:31 is not the battle of bullets
  • 12:34 or even the battle of bombs,
  • 12:36 although we have plenty of those being launched against at us.
  • 12:39 The principle method applied by the enemies of the Jewish people
  • 12:43 and of Zionism
  • 12:44 and of the Jewish state
  • 12:46 is slander
  • 12:47 and is lies.
  • 12:49 That's what they do.
  • 12:50 ...that we know today that had there been a State of Israel
  • 12:55 there would not have been a holocaust.
  • 12:58 And had there not been a State of Israel after the holocaust
  • 13:00 the Jewish people would simply have disintegrated
  • 13:03 into a lack of identity.
  • 13:04 And with a lack of a pulsating live center
  • 13:08 the Jewish people would disappear.
  • 13:10 So to the extent that the Jewish people live,
  • 13:12 it is because of the ingathering that has taken place here.
  • 13:15 I know there are attempts
  • 13:18 to divide the City.
  • 13:20 It is done sometimes directly
  • 13:23 sometimes obliquely
  • 13:25 sometimes by challenging our rights to build apartments, for God's sake, in our City.
  • 13:30 Apartments...
  • 13:31 (Audience clapping)
  • 13:32 But I want to assure you today,
  • 13:34 that we will never allow Jerusalem to be re-divided again.
  • 13:37 Ever! Never!
  • 13:38 (Standing ovation)
  • 13:43 We will keep Jerusalem united
  • 13:45 and we will keep Jerusalem open
  • 13:46 and accessible for unfettered worship
  • 13:49 for all Christians and Muslims and Jews.
  • 13:52 And we shall never resurrect those ramparts.
  • 13:55 If we allow terrorism to prevail,
  • 13:59 that if we make concessions to appease terrorists,
  • 14:01 we will be like those of whom the prophet Jeremiah said...
  • 14:06 He described them as saying, "peace...peace", when there is no peace.
  • 14:14 Well we want there to be peace.
  • 14:16 And if you said to the American people,
  • 14:19 you said, "well for the sake of peace",
  • 14:22 to give you an equivalent analogy,
  • 14:25 "why don't you give up the Rocky Mountains"
  • 14:26 "to some terrorist organization"
  • 14:28 "committed to the destruction of America"
  • 14:30 "And why don't you put in half of Washington D.C."
  • 14:33 "on your side of the Potomac?", to boot.
  • 14:36 Do you think the American people would go for it?
  • 14:38 Of course not!
  • 14:39 In other words, quite apart from the Biblical patrimony
  • 14:45 there is the natural association of any people to its own homeland.
  • 14:49 In the case of the Jews this association goes back to Biblical times.
  • 14:54 It goes back 3500 years.
  • 14:56 It's an attachment that has no parallel in the history of nations.
  • 14:59 No people has fought so long against
  • 15:04 all the great empires of the world;
  • 15:06 has lost so much,
  • 15:09 has been scattered to the four corners of the world,
  • 15:12 has fought its way back against terrible odds to re-establish itself.
  • 15:17 I think the most important thing that you have to recognize is
  • 15:23 that terrorism is not an incidental attack.
  • 15:29 It's a deliberate and systemic attack
  • 15:31 driven by ideology.
  • 15:34 And in this case today it's the militant Islamic ideology.
  • 15:38 The second thing is that terrorists seeks to terrorize, to instill fear.
  • 15:43 So the antithesis of fear is courage.
  • 15:45 And we need the courage to resist it; to fight back.
  • 15:49 If militant Islamic terrorist states like Iran acquire the weapons of mass death
  • 15:56 you can almost ask, when was the last time
  • 15:58 that a global militancy, a fanatic doctrine
  • 16:03 that seeks to conquer the world,
  • 16:06 met up with nuclear weapons?
  • 16:08 It is possible that the only comparison that we can make
  • 16:13 of this danger, of this terrorist fanatic mentality of acquiring weapons of death
  • 16:18 is the attempt 60 years ago
  • 16:20 by Hitler and Nazism to acquire atomic weapons.
  • 16:23 And you know that history would have taken
  • 16:25 a far different course if that happened.
  • 16:27 So this is something that must be stopped.
  • 16:29 To wrap it up, I want to ask you only about the future,
  • 16:32 if you can say your own and Israel's.
  • 16:34 What sense do you have of what's going to happen?
  • 16:37 My own future is irrelevant.
  • 16:38 The future of Israel is relevant.
  • 16:40 And I think this means that we'll have a good chance
  • 16:43 of forming the future government that would seek a genuine peace,
  • 16:48 a peace based on security
  • 16:50 and a peace based on the truth;
  • 16:53 on the Jewish people's right to this minimal speck of land,
  • 16:59 a dusty strip at the edge of Asia
  • 17:02 where the Jewish people could come back and live again
  • 17:05 in peace and in security with its neighbors.
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  • 17:53 Jeremiah 16
  • 17:55 Ezekiel 36 and 37
  • 17:57 speak about the return of the Jewish people to this Land.
  • 18:00 The restoration of the people to the Land
  • 18:03 populating the entire area that they're now existing in
  • 18:07 plus a greater Israel to come.
  • 18:09 And yet the battle from the outside world
  • 18:12 and from the immediate neighborhood
  • 18:14 is against Israel having the freedom to stay here.
  • 18:17 The people that we spoke to have a wide variety of opinions about that.
  • 18:20 But they are pretty sure
  • 18:22 that the leadership of the Arab people
  • 18:25 and the education that the little children are getting
  • 18:28 are impediments to peace in this Land.
  • 18:33 As we've seen a lot of Palestinian children are born into a situation
  • 18:39 where they must hold guns by the time they are 10,
  • 18:44 and they are shown a lot of hate movies against the Israelis
  • 18:50 portraying Israelis as demons and as the enemy.
  • 18:55 And they see blood in their eyes
  • 18:57 and they learn that sacrifice is the only way.
  • 19:00 That if they will sacrifice their life, if they will fight
  • 19:03 then they will be sacred.
  • 19:06 I don't think all the Arabs teach their children to hate us. -not all the Arabs.
  • 19:11 As well as not all the Israeli teaches their children to hate Arabs.
  • 19:16 The vast majority of people on both sides are peace loving people.
  • 19:20 Just want to put food on the table for their kids.
  • 19:23 And I trust that we have strength in our people and in our armies
  • 19:26 that if anybody doesn't want to cooperate we would know how to handle it.
  • 19:30 So I'm not worried about that.
  • 19:31 They have suicide kindergarten camps
  • 19:34 for 3 and 4 year old Palestinian boys and girls
  • 19:39 teaching them the doctrine of hate and the culture of death.
  • 19:46 That this regime that preaches to its people policide,
  • 19:52 the doctrine of destruction,
  • 19:54 the destruction of a state,
  • 19:56 using the technique of suicide,
  • 19:58 self immolation.
  • 20:00 This regime has to go.
  • 20:12 (Myles) What about the other side?
  • 20:14 What about Fatah?
  • 20:15 Do you think they want peace?
  • 20:16 The people maybe want peace.
  • 20:19 I'm not sure about the Leader.
  • 20:21 I think it's on their leaders
  • 20:22 I think Israel are trying to change the point of view of the Palestinians.
  • 20:30 There is no other way other than peace way.
  • 20:34 And Netanyahu, as much as he's a leader,
  • 20:39 he does things his way or the highway.
  • 20:43 And probably what we have to correct most
  • 20:45 is the inbred sentiment of some of our people
  • 20:52 to try to "doctor-up" reality.
  • 20:56 To try to think that if you placate your enemies they will be nice to you.
  • 21:00 No, not if they're Hezballah,
  • 21:04 not if they're Hamas,
  • 21:05 not if they're Iran,
  • 21:07 Not if they're Hitler.
  • 21:09 You don't placate people who are implacably opposed to your existence
  • 21:12 and who seek to exterminate you.
  • 21:14 What you do is you stand up to them and resist them.
  • 21:16 You fight them.
  • 21:18 In fact, you defeat them.
  • 21:20 It's quite amazing that so much of the theme is the seeking of peace.
  • 21:23 And when I asked if the other side,
  • 21:25 if they believe the Arab side is also seeking that
  • 21:28 they say the people are but maybe not the leadership.
  • 21:30 It reminds me of the Biblical scriptures that speak about
  • 21:34 peace, peace, when there is no peace.
  • 21:36 Everyone is looking for peace and safety
  • 21:38 but when I pressed some of them they really did admit that the
  • 21:42 Islamic ideology that is fueling the politics of the area
  • 21:47 does not leave room for peace
  • 21:48 because it is an ideology religion so-called of conquest.
  • 21:53 We've seen that Israel did not react instantly when the rockets attacked.
  • 22:01 Yeah, because there is the whole political issue, it's very, very delicate.
  • 22:07 Europe is watching us.
  • 22:08 America is watching us.
  • 22:11 China is watching us.
  • 22:13 Everyone is watching over us.
  • 22:15 And if should we raise a hand on the Palestinians we are Goliath in that case,
  • 22:24 and they are the small, puny David.
  • 22:28 They are [an] anti-western civilization but they are very diverse.
  • 22:33 They are working each in their own point of way.
  • 22:37 Like an octopus with 8 tentacles
  • 22:40 but each tentacle is one in it's way.
  • 22:42 They cannot talk with each other so why would they talk with us?
  • 22:47 You should see some of these things they show on these channels like Al Jazeera.
  • 22:50 The vilest concoctions of lies.
  • 22:57 You cannot imagine it.
  • 23:00 Now you have millions watching this abomination, these lies,
  • 23:07 and absorbing them.
  • 23:09 And it is coming from these pulsating centers and Iran and Saudi Arabia and a few others.
  • 23:15 And we cannot live like that for a long time
  • 23:18 with this hate between us and with the separation.
  • 23:22 So we need to do things.
  • 23:24 And I think one of them [is] just to start talking,
  • 23:27 start doing co-existence stuff between us.
  • 23:30 The problem with Iran and Daesh and the Palestinians
  • 23:34 okay, it's just stories.
  • 23:36 The president of Iran says that he is going to destroy Israel.
  • 23:39 I think we should listen to him.
  • 23:43 I heard a holocaust survivor being interviewed
  • 23:46 in one of the European Journals a few months ago.
  • 23:49 And they asked him, what is your main lesson from the holocaust?
  • 23:53 And he said, my main lesson from the holocaust is that when
  • 23:57 somebody says that he's going to exterminate you - believe him.
  • 24:01 Well, I believe the president of Iran,
  • 24:04 and we should prevent this tragedy from happening.
  • 24:06 By the way, the lesson of history is that
  • 24:09 these mad ideologies may begin with "a tax on the Jews"
  • 24:13 but as in the case of Nazism, it only begins there.
  • 24:17 It then engulfs the rest of the civilized world.
  • 24:21 So I think this is a replication.
  • 24:23 It's a replication of Nazism,
  • 24:27 this time along militant Islamic lines.
  • 24:30 But the hatred is both to the Jewish people and to our free western civilization
  • 24:37 which they find abominable,
  • 24:38 something that has to be wiped out.
  • 24:40 We just happen to be the first "satan".
  • 24:42 The U.S. is the big "satan".
  • 24:45 Europe is a middle-sized "satan".
  • 24:46 But many of them haven't figured it out yet; they're also on the list.
  • 24:50 (Myles) Tom, you've been in Jerusalem for 28 years
  • 24:53 working with the Jewish people,
  • 24:54 with the Arab people.
  • 24:56 Bringing the spirit of the LORD to them.
  • 24:58 And as I interview people
  • 25:00 they don't seem to make
  • 25:01 the spiritual connection with this recent election.
  • 25:03 How do you feel about Bibi getting re-elected?
  • 25:05 Well I think it was a miracle that God answered the prayers
  • 25:11 of people that were praying
  • 25:12 that he would turn his people towards his purpose.
  • 25:15 That they would vote for the purpose of God.
  • 25:17 And I believe that God's purpose has been accomplished in this election,
  • 25:21 the re-election of Bibi Netanyahu as the Prime Minister,
  • 25:27 and a strong Likud Party,
  • 25:28 and a strong right standing together.
  • 25:31 And this is I believe where God's heart is.
  • 25:33 Because we know that we don't want to see another Iran
  • 25:37 and so Bibi's been standing very strong,
  • 25:40 speaking to the Congress in the United States
  • 25:43 that they would not allow another nuclear holocaust coming against Israel.
  • 25:49 We believe there will not be an Islamic-Palestinian State
  • 25:53 that would emerge in the heart of Israel which could bring great destruction to Israel.
  • 25:58 That Israel is learning from what happened when they withdrew from Lebanon.
  • 26:02 And Hezbolah came in, they withdrew from Gaza.
  • 26:05 Hamas came in and now ISIS is all over the Middle East.
  • 26:09 So thank God that he's been elected.
  • 26:11 and that there's a strong government center-right that we believe will stand,
  • 26:15 that Judea and Samaria would remain the Heartland of Israel.
  • 26:20 And that many Jews now are making Aliyah from the Ukraine,
  • 26:24 from France; more will make Aliyah from the United States, from all over the world.
  • 26:28 So that Judea and Samaria can be strengthened with Jewish presence.
  • 26:32 And we know that God's heart is also for the Arabs.
  • 26:35 He wants to see Jews and Arabs reconciled to himself,
  • 26:38 and reconciled to each other worshipping him together
  • 26:42 as a blessing in the midst of Israel and in the middle of the earth.
  • 26:47 There you have it, from the people of Jerusalem;
  • 26:50 Their opinion about their Prime Minister.
  • 26:52 We're elated that he has another term in office.
  • 26:56 We know what this will mean for the world.
  • 26:58 We know what this will mean for Israel.
  • 27:00 And it's God's hand of protection,
  • 27:03 against the evil plans of the enemy.
  • 27:05 And it's his sovereign will is coming in.
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