Released: November 21, 2012 By: Daniel Whyte III
THE BEST OF THE SECOND COMING WATCH UPDATE (VA113)
Syrian jets strike Lebanese territory. According to The Associated Press, Missiles fired by Syrian warplanes hit Lebanese territory in one of the most serious cross-border violations since Syria’s crisis began 18 months ago. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said four missiles fired by two Syrian jets hit a rugged and remote area on the edge of the Lebanese border town of Arsal. No casualties were immediately reported. Lebanese President Michel Su-lei-man ordered an investigation into the border shelling without openly blaming Syria.
Libyan brigade warns against military action from the U.S. According to Reuters, a Libyan Salafi group which has denied it was involved in a deadly assault on the American consulate in Benghazi said that Libya would turn into “an inferno for U.S. troops” if the U.S. military retaliated. You-sef Je-ha-ni, a senior member of the group, told Reuters that they wanted to avoid confrontation but was ready for a showdown if Washington acted “foolishly”. Any U.S. military intervention could push Libyans to wage a holy war.
A Florida family is fined for conducting Bible studies without a permit. According to The New American, Shane and Marlene Roes-siger face a fine of $250 a day from Venice, Florida, after city officials determined that the couple were conducting an unauthorized “house of worship” at their residence because of the Bible study that brings six to ten individuals there each Friday night. Brad Dacus, the president of Pacific Justice Institute, which is representing the couple, said that, ‘the city having a problem with this family over reading the Bible and praying may be fine in some parts of the world. But that is not okay in the United States of America.”
The Bible says in James 5:8: “Be ye also patient; stablish your hearts: for the coming of the Lord draweth nigh.”
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