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Vermeer Corp. in Pella, Iowa took a direct hit on The Global Pavilion Museum and Building #7. This is also Vermeer's 70th year anniversary.

"PELLA, Iowa — Vermeer plant officials in Pella confirm a “direct hit” caused severe damage to building 7 at the facility."

[link to www.kcci.com]

I believe God is sending a message with this Global Pavilion Museum being destroyed in Pella, Iowa and about Israel celebrating it's 70th year anniversary this year too. Just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation.

Pella, Iowa got it's name from Pella, Israel because of the people founding it and seeking religious freedon from religious persecution. Again, just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation bill...

"The Israeli government says the bill, passed in the early morning hours, will merely enshrine into law Israel's existing character. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called its passage a 'historic moment in the history of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel'. Israel's 1948 declaration of independence defined its nature as a Jewish and democratic state, a delicate balance the country has grappled to maintain for 70 years. Opponents of the new bill say it marginalizes the country's Arab minority of around 20 per cent and also downgrades Arabic language from official to 'special' standing."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Flight to Pella

"The fourth-century church fathers Eusebius and Epiphanius of Salamis cite a tradition that before the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 the Jerusalem Christians had been miraculously warned to flee to Pella (Tabaquat Fahil) in the region of the Decapolis across the Jordan River."


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Pella: A Window on Survival

"Before writing my doctoral thesis two decades ago, the only Pella that I knew about was a small town in south central Iowa famous for its windows and doors. But in the course of my research, I discovered fascinating data about another Pella located in the Perean foothills of the Jordan River. In March I finally had the opportunity to visit the Pella located in northwestern Jordan."

"Interestingly, the Pella in Iowa was founded in 1847 by 800 Dutch immigrants seeking religious freedom. Their minister Dominee Hendrik P. Scholte knew his church history and decided to name the new city after its Perean counterpart. Pella, old and new, still stands as a symbol of refuge and hope in a time of great crisis."

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"It has been rightly said that the “atheist” can't find God for the same reason a thief can't find a policeman. He knows that if he admits that there is a God, he is admitting that he is ultimately responsible to Him. This is not a pleasant thought for some." - ________

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15 Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand;

2 By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain.

3 For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures;

4 And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:
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Israel passes controversial 'Jewish nation state’ law



Published on Jul 19, 2018 · 9 hours ago

ISRAEL today passed a new law which declares Jewish supremacy in the country - sparking calls of racism and apartheid.

The no-nonsense 'Jewish nation state' bill downgrades Arabic as an official language and declares advancing Jewish settlement is now officially a national interest.

The controversial "self determination" law, which states Jerusalem is the capital, has been described as a "defining moment in the annals of Zionism" by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

It was passed after a stormy session in the Knesset - the legislative branch of the Israeli government - which lasted for more than eight hours. Sixty-two MPs voted for the bill, with 55 against.

However some clauses were dropped including one that would have enshrined in law the creation of Jewish-only communities.

The Jewish Nation-State Bill, passed just after the state marked the 70th anniversary of its birth, was hailed as a "defining moment in the annals of Zionism" by Netanyahu.

The bill enshrines Hebrew as the only official language of the state, stripping Arabic of that status, and names Jewish settlement a top priority.

Netanyahu said the bill was about defending the Jewish character of the state, which was established in 1948 as a homeland for the Jewish people, "for generations to come".

"We will keep ensuring civil rights in Israel's democracy but the majority also has rights and the majority decides," he said.

The law becomes one of the so-called Basic Laws, which, like a constitution, guide Israel’s legal system and are usually more difficult to repeal than regular laws.

The bill, backed by the country's right-wing government, says "Israel is the historic homeland of the Jewish people and they have an exclusive right to national self-determination in it”.
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Interesting to note also: the homeless population is being PUSHED towards Iowa. Truth. To infiltrate any and all wholesomeness left there... Expand & destroy as so many places have allowed. Me thinks God has had enough of his sheep going astray. He intends to break some legs? We shall see. But anyway... Tornados are popular this time of year. Guess we will see where HE steers them.
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From the prophetic utterances of Christ, the Christians received warning, escaped from the doomed city, and found refuge at Pella, in the Jordan valley.


Luke 21:


When you see Jerusalem being surrounded by armies, you will know that its desolation is near. Then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains, let those in the city get out, and let those in the country not enter the city. For this is the time of punishment in fulfillment of all that has been written.

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7-19-18 Pella, Iowa Tornado Approaches - Grows Larger

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Wow im surprised so many fellow iowans here.

Iowas gey
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Interesting thread op
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Vermeer Corp. in Pella, Iowa took a direct hit on The Global Pavilion Museum and Building #7. This is also Vermeer's 70th year anniversary.

"PELLA, Iowa — Vermeer plant officials in Pella confirm a “direct hit” caused severe damage to building 7 at the facility."

[link to www.kcci.com]

I believe God is sending a message with this Global Pavilion Museum being destroyed in Pella, Iowa and about Israel celebrating it's 70th year anniversary this year too. Just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation.

Pella, Iowa got it's name from Pella, Israel because of the people founding it and seeking religious freedon from religious persecution. Again, just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation bill...

"The Israeli government says the bill, passed in the early morning hours, will merely enshrine into law Israel's existing character. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called its passage a 'historic moment in the history of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel'. Israel's 1948 declaration of independence defined its nature as a Jewish and democratic state, a delicate balance the country has grappled to maintain for 70 years. Opponents of the new bill say it marginalizes the country's Arab minority of around 20 per cent and also downgrades Arabic language from official to 'special' standing."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Flight to Pella

"The fourth-century church fathers Eusebius and Epiphanius of Salamis cite a tradition that before the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 the Jerusalem Christians had been miraculously warned to flee to Pella (Tabaquat Fahil) in the region of the Decapolis across the Jordan River."


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Pella: A Window on Survival

"Before writing my doctoral thesis two decades ago, the only Pella that I knew about was a small town in south central Iowa famous for its windows and doors. But in the course of my research, I discovered fascinating data about another Pella located in the Perean foothills of the Jordan River. In March I finally had the opportunity to visit the Pella located in northwestern Jordan."

"Interestingly, the Pella in Iowa was founded in 1847 by 800 Dutch immigrants seeking religious freedom. Their minister Dominee Hendrik P. Scholte knew his church history and decided to name the new city after its Perean counterpart. Pella, old and new, still stands as a symbol of refuge and hope in a time of great crisis."

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Pella Iowa was named in 1847. It was not taken from Pella, Israel.
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Vermeer Corp. in Pella, Iowa took a direct hit on The Global Pavilion Museum and Building #7. This is also Vermeer's 70th year anniversary.

"PELLA, Iowa — Vermeer plant officials in Pella confirm a “direct hit” caused severe damage to building 7 at the facility."

[link to www.kcci.com]

I believe God is sending a message with this Global Pavilion Museum being destroyed in Pella, Iowa and about Israel celebrating it's 70th year anniversary this year too. Just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation.

Pella, Iowa got it's name from Pella, Israel because of the people founding it and seeking religious freedon from religious persecution. Again, just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation bill...

"The Israeli government says the bill, passed in the early morning hours, will merely enshrine into law Israel's existing character. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called its passage a 'historic moment in the history of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel'. Israel's 1948 declaration of independence defined its nature as a Jewish and democratic state, a delicate balance the country has grappled to maintain for 70 years. Opponents of the new bill say it marginalizes the country's Arab minority of around 20 per cent and also downgrades Arabic language from official to 'special' standing."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Flight to Pella

"The fourth-century church fathers Eusebius and Epiphanius of Salamis cite a tradition that before the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 the Jerusalem Christians had been miraculously warned to flee to Pella (Tabaquat Fahil) in the region of the Decapolis across the Jordan River."


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Pella: A Window on Survival

"Before writing my doctoral thesis two decades ago, the only Pella that I knew about was a small town in south central Iowa famous for its windows and doors. But in the course of my research, I discovered fascinating data about another Pella located in the Perean foothills of the Jordan River. In March I finally had the opportunity to visit the Pella located in northwestern Jordan."

"Interestingly, the Pella in Iowa was founded in 1847 by 800 Dutch immigrants seeking religious freedom. Their minister Dominee Hendrik P. Scholte knew his church history and decided to name the new city after its Perean counterpart. Pella, old and new, still stands as a symbol of refuge and hope in a time of great crisis."

[link to www.biblicalarchaeology.org (secure)]
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Pella Iowa was named in 1847. It was not taken from Pella, Israel.
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Shot this thread 2 shit
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Vermeer Corp. in Pella, Iowa took a direct hit on The Global Pavilion Museum and Building #7. This is also Vermeer's 70th year anniversary.

"PELLA, Iowa — Vermeer plant officials in Pella confirm a “direct hit” caused severe damage to building 7 at the facility."

[link to www.kcci.com]

I believe God is sending a message with this Global Pavilion Museum being destroyed in Pella, Iowa and about Israel celebrating it's 70th year anniversary this year too. Just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation.

Pella, Iowa got it's name from Pella, Israel because of the people founding it and seeking religious freedon from religious persecution. Again, just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation bill...

"The Israeli government says the bill, passed in the early morning hours, will merely enshrine into law Israel's existing character. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called its passage a 'historic moment in the history of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel'. Israel's 1948 declaration of independence defined its nature as a Jewish and democratic state, a delicate balance the country has grappled to maintain for 70 years. Opponents of the new bill say it marginalizes the country's Arab minority of around 20 per cent and also downgrades Arabic language from official to 'special' standing."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Flight to Pella

"The fourth-century church fathers Eusebius and Epiphanius of Salamis cite a tradition that before the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 the Jerusalem Christians had been miraculously warned to flee to Pella (Tabaquat Fahil) in the region of the Decapolis across the Jordan River."


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Pella: A Window on Survival

"Before writing my doctoral thesis two decades ago, the only Pella that I knew about was a small town in south central Iowa famous for its windows and doors. But in the course of my research, I discovered fascinating data about another Pella located in the Perean foothills of the Jordan River. In March I finally had the opportunity to visit the Pella located in northwestern Jordan."

"Interestingly, the Pella in Iowa was founded in 1847 by 800 Dutch immigrants seeking religious freedom. Their minister Dominee Hendrik P. Scholte knew his church history and decided to name the new city after its Perean counterpart. Pella, old and new, still stands as a symbol of refuge and hope in a time of great crisis."

[link to www.biblicalarchaeology.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56757274


Pella Iowa was named in 1847. It was not taken from Pella, Israel.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75426142


Vermeer Corp. in Pella, Iowa took a direct hit on The Global Pavilion Museum and Building #7. This is also Vermeer's 70th year anniversary.

"PELLA, Iowa — Vermeer plant officials in Pella confirm a “direct hit” caused severe damage to building 7 at the facility."

[link to www.kcci.com]

I believe God is sending a message with this Global Pavilion Museum being destroyed in Pella, Iowa and about Israel celebrating it's 70th year anniversary this year too. Just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation.

Pella, Iowa got it's name from Pella, Israel because of the people founding it and seeking religious freedon from religious persecution. Again, just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation bill...

"The Israeli government says the bill, passed in the early morning hours, will merely enshrine into law Israel's existing character. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called its passage a 'historic moment in the history of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel'. Israel's 1948 declaration of independence defined its nature as a Jewish and democratic state, a delicate balance the country has grappled to maintain for 70 years. Opponents of the new bill say it marginalizes the country's Arab minority of around 20 per cent and also downgrades Arabic language from official to 'special' standing."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Flight to Pella

"The fourth-century church fathers Eusebius and Epiphanius of Salamis cite a tradition that before the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 the Jerusalem Christians had been miraculously warned to flee to Pella (Tabaquat Fahil) in the region of the Decapolis across the Jordan River."


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Pella: A Window on Survival

"Before writing my doctoral thesis two decades ago, the only Pella that I knew about was a small town in south central Iowa famous for its windows and doors. But in the course of my research, I discovered fascinating data about another Pella located in the Perean foothills of the Jordan River. In March I finally had the opportunity to visit the Pella located in northwestern Jordan."

"Interestingly, the Pella in Iowa was founded in 1847 by 800 Dutch immigrants seeking religious freedom. Their minister Dominee Hendrik P. Scholte knew his church history and decided to name the new city after its Perean counterpart. Pella, old and new, still stands as a symbol of refuge and hope in a time of great crisis."

[link to www.biblicalarchaeology.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56757274


Pella Iowa was named in 1847. It was not taken from Pella, Israel.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75426142


Shot this thread 2 shit
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"But, if the names of the settlements are any
indication, Scholte's Pella was to have a different role than Van Raalte's Holland. Van Raalte
envisioned a "City on a Hill", which he named after Holland and in remembrance of the
Netherlands. Scholte's Pella, however, was named after the city to which Jesus' disciples fled when
the Romans occupied Jerusalem. Pella was literally a refuge, and Scholte did not plan for it to
remain exclusively a Dutch colony, forever isolated from the outside world. He believed that in
Pella this group of immigrants would be protected long enough to establish new lives for
themselves. The concentration of Dutch would also allow himself and other ministers to preach the
Gospel in their native language.68"

68 Hendrik Scholte, "Beantwoordt: Dit Tijdschift Tegenwoordig nog aan Deszelfs Opschrift" in De
Reformatie, 1847, 3de Serie, 3de deel, 17-33.
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Vermeer Corp. in Pella, Iowa took a direct hit on The Global Pavilion Museum and Building #7. This is also Vermeer's 70th year anniversary.

"PELLA, Iowa — Vermeer plant officials in Pella confirm a “direct hit” caused severe damage to building 7 at the facility."

[link to www.kcci.com]

I believe God is sending a message with this Global Pavilion Museum being destroyed in Pella, Iowa and about Israel celebrating it's 70th year anniversary this year too. Just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation.

Pella, Iowa got it's name from Pella, Israel because of the people founding it and seeking religious freedon from religious persecution. Again, just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation bill...

"The Israeli government says the bill, passed in the early morning hours, will merely enshrine into law Israel's existing character. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called its passage a 'historic moment in the history of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel'. Israel's 1948 declaration of independence defined its nature as a Jewish and democratic state, a delicate balance the country has grappled to maintain for 70 years. Opponents of the new bill say it marginalizes the country's Arab minority of around 20 per cent and also downgrades Arabic language from official to 'special' standing."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Flight to Pella

"The fourth-century church fathers Eusebius and Epiphanius of Salamis cite a tradition that before the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 the Jerusalem Christians had been miraculously warned to flee to Pella (Tabaquat Fahil) in the region of the Decapolis across the Jordan River."


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Pella: A Window on Survival

"Before writing my doctoral thesis two decades ago, the only Pella that I knew about was a small town in south central Iowa famous for its windows and doors. But in the course of my research, I discovered fascinating data about another Pella located in the Perean foothills of the Jordan River. In March I finally had the opportunity to visit the Pella located in northwestern Jordan."

"Interestingly, the Pella in Iowa was founded in 1847 by 800 Dutch immigrants seeking religious freedom. Their minister Dominee Hendrik P. Scholte knew his church history and decided to name the new city after its Perean counterpart. Pella, old and new, still stands as a symbol of refuge and hope in a time of great crisis."

[link to www.biblicalarchaeology.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56757274


Pella Iowa was named in 1847. It was not taken from Pella, Israel.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75426142


Vermeer Corp. in Pella, Iowa took a direct hit on The Global Pavilion Museum and Building #7. This is also Vermeer's 70th year anniversary.

"PELLA, Iowa — Vermeer plant officials in Pella confirm a “direct hit” caused severe damage to building 7 at the facility."

[link to www.kcci.com]

I believe God is sending a message with this Global Pavilion Museum being destroyed in Pella, Iowa and about Israel celebrating it's 70th year anniversary this year too. Just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation.

Pella, Iowa got it's name from Pella, Israel because of the people founding it and seeking religious freedon from religious persecution. Again, just today Israel approves controversial nation-state legislation bill...

"The Israeli government says the bill, passed in the early morning hours, will merely enshrine into law Israel's existing character. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called its passage a 'historic moment in the history of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel'. Israel's 1948 declaration of independence defined its nature as a Jewish and democratic state, a delicate balance the country has grappled to maintain for 70 years. Opponents of the new bill say it marginalizes the country's Arab minority of around 20 per cent and also downgrades Arabic language from official to 'special' standing."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Flight to Pella

"The fourth-century church fathers Eusebius and Epiphanius of Salamis cite a tradition that before the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 the Jerusalem Christians had been miraculously warned to flee to Pella (Tabaquat Fahil) in the region of the Decapolis across the Jordan River."


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Pella: A Window on Survival

"Before writing my doctoral thesis two decades ago, the only Pella that I knew about was a small town in south central Iowa famous for its windows and doors. But in the course of my research, I discovered fascinating data about another Pella located in the Perean foothills of the Jordan River. In March I finally had the opportunity to visit the Pella located in northwestern Jordan."

"Interestingly, the Pella in Iowa was founded in 1847 by 800 Dutch immigrants seeking religious freedom. Their minister Dominee Hendrik P. Scholte knew his church history and decided to name the new city after its Perean counterpart. Pella, old and new, still stands as a symbol of refuge and hope in a time of great crisis."

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Pella Iowa was named in 1847. It was not taken from Pella, Israel.
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Shot this thread 2 shit
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"But, if the names of the settlements are any
indication, Scholte's Pella was to have a different role than Van Raalte's Holland. Van Raalte
envisioned a "City on a Hill", which he named after Holland and in remembrance of the
Netherlands. Scholte's Pella, however, was named after the city to which Jesus' disciples fled when
the Romans occupied Jerusalem. Pella was literally a refuge, and Scholte did not plan for it to
remain exclusively a Dutch colony, forever isolated from the outside world. He believed that in
Pella this group of immigrants would be protected long enough to establish new lives for
themselves. The concentration of Dutch would also allow himself and other ministers to preach the
Gospel in their native language.68"

68 Hendrik Scholte, "Beantwoordt: Dit Tijdschift Tegenwoordig nog aan Deszelfs Opschrift" in De
Reformatie, 1847, 3de Serie, 3de deel, 17-33.
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There was no Pella, Israel when Pella, Iowa was established in 1847.
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According to you, but according to God, Pella, is part of the promise land in the land of Israel.


Genesis 15:18 King James Version (KJV)

18 In the same day the Lord made a covenant with Abram, saying, Unto thy seed have I given this land, from the river of Egypt unto the great river, the river Euphrates:



Joshua 1:4 King James Version (KJV)

4 From the wilderness and this Lebanon even unto the great river, the river Euphrates, all the land of the Hittites, and unto the great sea toward the going down of the sun, shall be your coast.
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There was no Pella, Israel when Pella, Iowa was established in 1847.
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Maybe you didn't get the memo?

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