Michael Colunga (29 Nov 2011)
"RE: Fay from TX--"If it's from the Lord...""

Hello, John and Doves,
Sister Fay, you've hit upon something, perhaps without knowing it.
Many people nowadays are for peace, and are against the manufacturing, storage, and use of nuclear weapons [even if they are atheists, naturalists, humanists, or whatever].
Thus, from a purely worldly point of view--and therefore something that anyone could understand--"the abomination that causes desolation" is most certainly referring to a nuclear bomb [at least in a physical, easy-to-understand sense].
Now, that bomb could be a fission [Uranium or Plutonium], fusion [Hydrogen], or neutron type.
The neutron bomb leaves bone and concrete alone, while melting flesh right off the bone.
There may be an additional spiritual fulfillment that is veiled to the unbeliever, since the first fulfillment will likely have taken place at the rapture.  Only the spiritually astute will understand the
spiritual abomination that takes place on or near April 11, 2012.
It is possible that the people of Damascus will hear a whine, or other rumor, of an incoming missile.
When they hear that, there's no time to go back to the house.  We live in perilous times.
Baruch HaShem Adonai Roi [Blessed be the Name, "The LORD is my Shepherd."],
Mike C.
Fay from TX (26 Nov 2011)
"If it's from the Lord..."

I woke up with the word "ashdod" on my mind a while back in October.  I didn't know what "ashdod" was.
I looked it up and it is a city by the coast almost a straight line to the left of Jerusalem.

After asking the Lord why He would place that city on my mind, a few days later I read that Ashdod was hit with some sort of "Grad" style rocket. My understanding from an article I looked up is that it was on a Saturday night towards the end of October.

Since that time the Lord has awakened me with other things...usually Bible scripture pertaining to my personal walk with Him.

This morning I was awakened with the word Damascus and some words that had to do with it's destruction. It seemed like a radio or television announcement. It surprised me even though I know it's Bible prophecy.

I've asked the Lord what I should do or why He would share that with me. I don't think He would wake me up with those words for nothing.

I prayed for Ashdod when that city came to mind last month.

Maybe we should pray for those in Damascus who need to leave that city? I'm personally praying that anyone who will hear the Lord will follow any instruction He might be giving them at this time.

I'm not sure what else to do other than post this for others to read.

Thank you,

-Fay from TX