Burning Bush

Gregory Alan Bolcer gbolcer at endeavors.com
Thu Aug 14 11:28:54 PDT 2003


Knowledge is power, not belief.  There
are such things as self-fulfilling prophecies and
it *is* the job of our national security advisor
to be aware of all scenarios.  

Greg

Tom wrote:
> 
> Found on pleasant (www.pleasant.blogspot.com)
> 
> --------------------------------------------------
> Jack Van Impe believes that if a particular patch of land is occupied by a
> particular group of people then a magic spell will happen and mosters will
> come out of the sky, killing almost everyone and taking the remaining few
> to another world. That is to say, Jack Van Impe is an evangelical,
> pro-Israel Christian. He also claims to be an advisor to President Bush.
> On Aug 13, 2003, one of his readers asked .Do you think that President
> Bush, apparently a Christian man, believes and knows he is involved in
> prophetic events concerning the Middle East and final battle between good
> and evil?. His reply: .I believe he is a wonderful man. I was contacted a
> few weeks ago by the Office of Public Liaison for the White House and by
> the National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice to make an outline. And
> I.ve spent hours preparing it. I will release this information to the
> public in September, but it.s in his hands. He will know exactly what is
> going to happen in the Middle East and what part he will have under the
> leading of the Holy Spirit of God. So, it.s a tremendous time to be
> alive.. Reported in MSNBC, cached in google. And it's a good thing it is
> cached at google, because the original post is missing from the Jack Van
> Impe Web page. If it disappears from google, you can get a cache of
> google's cache at pleasant.
>


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