News roundup 8 June 2011

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God says in Hosea 4:6 that his people die because they lack knowledge. Knowing world events clues us in to where we are on the Biblical, prophetic time line. News should prompt us to pray for two things: that the eyes of the lost and deceived are opened to God’s love as expressed through the life and death and life of Yeshua and that God’s Kingdom come on earth.

Why so much Israel news? God always meant Israel to be an example to the nations, an example of His righteousness, His justice, His mercy, His love. She is also a signpost. Consider this. Zion, God’s other name of Jerusalem, means “signpost.” Messiah draws nigh. The events in Zion speak to that.

While the links posted here are mostly news items, some may be lighter and include websites and stories that caught my interest. To get news links in real time or to read my editorial commentary, visit my Twitter feed @RoamingChile.

  • Source: www.abqjournal.com
    SPRINGERVILLE, Ariz. — A raging forest fire in eastern Arizona has scorched an area larger than the size of Phoenix, threatening thousands of residents and emptying towns as the flames raced toward New Mexico on Wednesday.
  • Source: www.elpasotimes.com
    El Paso Electric may have to resort to rolling blackouts in the El Paso-Las Cruces area in coming days if a raging forest fire in Arizona reaches two transmission lines that carry power from the Palo Verde nuclear power plant, the company reported Tuesday.
  • Source: news.yahoo.com
    OPEC unexpectedly left its production levels unchanged on Wednesday, causing oil prices to jump, as senior officials said their meeting ended in disarray — a stunning admission for an organization that places a premium on consensus decision making.
  • Source: www.jpost.com
    Senior official says PA leadership will discuss possibility of postponing move in return for US, intl guarantees that Israel will refrain from creating new facts on the ground in the coming months.

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