Monday Was A Great Day Historically, Politically, And Religiously For America And Israel. May America Always Support Israel! 5/15/18 - A Whittle Bit of Commentary

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

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Monday, America and Israel celebrated the opening of the new American embassy in the eternal capital of Israel, Jerusalem.

This was not only an important historical event; it also was an important political and religious event as well.

President Trump showed the world strong leadership and that he should be taken seriously when he promises something. He also strengthened our ties with Israel by officially recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel by moving our embassy there.

This is vital politically, as it helps to make us have a better relationship with our strongest Middle East allie, a relationship that needed repair thanks to the last administration,  but it’s also vital Biblical.

If you’re a Bible believing Christian or Jew, you understand how important Israel is to the Jewish people and to Christians as well. God has always protected Israel and He will bless those that protect it. This is why America must always stand with Israel.

I am glad we have a President and an administration that supports Israel and that our embassy is now located in the eternal capital of Israel. Monday was a great day for Israel & America! Pray for peace! And may America always support Israel!

I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.

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