Monday, February 04, 2013

Pope welcomes new Chaldean Patriarch, pray together for peace

Tribulation Times


February 5, 2013   

(Psa 122:6) Pray ye for the things that are for the peace of Jerusalem: and abundance for them that love thee. 

ROME REPORTSPope welcomes new Chaldean Patriarch, pray together for peace

REPORTRegion's Armies All on High Alert

The armies of Syria, Lebanon and Jordan are all on high alert, a report in a Lebanese newspaper said Sunday. The report in Ad-Diar said that the alerts were due to Israel's attack on a Syrian missile transport and, according to Syrian claims, an attack on a sensitive Syrian military installation.

The report said that the Syrian army has instructed its units to break up into smaller groups, “similar to what Hizbullah has done in south Lebanon.” The strategy is designed to protect troops in the wake of another possible Israeli attack, the report said.

The report added that Syrian troops had joined Hizbullah terrorists in several areas of south Lebanon. According to the report, the Syrian and Hizbullah forces were stationed very close to the Israeli border, in the area of Har Dov (also known as “Sheba Farms”). The Lebanese and Jordanian armies are also on high alert over the possibility of a clash between Israel and Syria in the area. Unconfirmed Lebanese reports said that Israeli warplanes had been seen over Lebanon earlier Sunday.

ANALYSISIsrael airstrike may foreshadow Iran attack


Pre-emptive threat not empty, Israeli says
Iran’s security head: Israel will ‘regret’ striking Syrian targets
Assad set on arms transfers to Lebanon. Israel responds with no-fly zone

Thoughts and Sayings of Saint Margaret Mary: Self-effacement--Detachment

1. Behold, O my soul, the means by which you cn honor your God, viz., by renouncing and humbling yourself with Jesus Christ and for the love of Jesus Christ. Thus you will find life in death, sweetness in bitterness, and God in self-effacement: for you must leave all in order to find Him.

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