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As Western nations debate how to tackle the Syrian chemical weapon situation, it highlights an interesting truth – the undeniable hatred of Israel by their surrounding Arab neighbours. These neighbours are unabashed in stating that if there is a strike against Damascus (and it does not matter who carries out the strikes) they will attack Israel.

USA Today: Israel, caught in the cross hairs, jittery over Syria

YouTube: “If Syria is attacked, we will annihilate the Zionist entity”

Ynetnews: Top Syrian official: Tel Aviv will be hit if Damascus attacked

TIME World: Iranian Officials: Israel Will Be First Victim of a Syria Attack

It defies belief to hear this anti-semitic… Continue reading

We have introduced a new “Teachings” section on the website – this can be found on the left menu. Reading God’s Word on a daily basis is a vital ingredient in developing spiritual maturity for any believer in Christ. There are many good Bible teachers and we will collate some recommended sermons on the website for those who find it helpful.

UPDATE: The Teachings page now lists sermons we have given – Sermons by Danny and Steve.

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Many dramatic events are unfolding in the Middle East at present with the situation changing on an almost daily basis. It is impossible to watch these events without very specific Bible prophecies coming to mind.

One of the clearest prophecies concerning capital city of Syria, Damascus, is found in Isaiah 17:

The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap. (Isaiah 17:1)

If Israel feel sufficient threat of a chemical attack or are a victim of significant hostility from Syria it is very possible we will witness a direct fulfillment of this prophecy. Additionally, it looks as though momentum… Continue reading