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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

I was stunned to turn on the TV just in time to see Trump say he signed a presidential proclamation saying it is now U.S. policy to acknowledge the Golan Heights as Israeli territory — Syrian land which Israel has occupied since the Six-Day War in 1967.

The land in question is 30 miles from Megiddo, where the word “Armegeddon” comes from. It looks like the stage is being set as per Rev 16:16, especially if Putin's Russian forces and Syria decide to defend what they consider Syrian land.

Here are some biblical quotes that I'd previously found that seemed to pertain to our present reality. Very eerie. Enjoy:

"But as in the days of Noah were, so also shall the coming of the son of Man be" (Matthew 24:37).

How was it in the days of Noah? "The earth was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence." (Gen 6:11)

"I did not come to bring peace, but a sword." (Matt 10:34)

"Woe be to the inhabitors of the earth, for the devil has come down to them, having great wrath, for he knows he has but a short time." (Rev 12:12)

"Thus saith the Lord God; An evil, an only evil, behold, is come." (Ezekiel 7:5)

"But I know you, you have not the love of God in you." (John 5:42)

"There is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies." (John 8:44)

"For this reason God sends them strong delusion, that they believe the lie." (2 Thessalonians 2:11)

"You cannot serve God and money." (Matt 6:24).

"Woe be to the rich, for they already have their consolation." (Luke 6:24)

"You will know them by their fruit." (Matt 7:16)

Their fruit is toxic.

Robert W. Tyson

Winterville

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Letters

August 16, 2019

At President Trump’s rally for re-election in Greenville on July 17, he stepped on the toes of the “Squad.” Upon calling out Rep. Ilhan Omar, some folks at the rally started chanting “Send her back.” As I reflected on the event for which my hometown took a…

August 16, 2019

Following are points of common sense for American society.

Creatively think of ways daily to serve and encourage your fellow man.

Do not wrestle with police when being arrested or point realistic toy guns at police officers.

Do not assume the content of a stranger's character.

Never quote…

August 15, 2019

From observing the recent Democratic debates, those running for president are delusional, crazy or insane. They are all competing as to who can be the most anti-Christian, anti-American to get the votes from the socialist/communist far left in America.

Democrats had rather give away our tax money…

August 14, 2019

Why didn't The Daily Reflector’s coverage about the Board of Adjustment hearing about more fraternities/sororities on West Fifth Street mention the Theta Chi fraternity located at Albemarle and West Fifth? Since it opened two years ago, Theta Chi has been a major source of disturbance and…

August 14, 2019

What if the news read "Breaking News! We have just learned that several grandchildren of the top leaders of the United States have been killed in a mass shooting." Everyone cries, "Something Must Be Done!" My question: Would anything be done then?

Harvey S. Wooten

Greenville

August 14, 2019

I grew up in Baltimore and have visited family there many times. My grandfather was the editor-in-chief of the Baltimore Sun for many years and would be proud of his paper's recent stand against the damaging attack by President Donald Trump against the city and its residents.

It is true that…

August 13, 2019

On Oct 3, Pitt County will be hosting its largest cycling event to date. Nearly 2,000 tourists, from all over the country, will be pedaling into Pitt County on day five of their week-long trek across our state.

Thursday will have them riding their bicycles from Clayton to Greenville with rest stops…

August 13, 2019

In a July 23 op-ed to The Daily Reflector, Rep. Chris Humphrey wrote “I’m ready to talk about health care, but let’s get this budget passed first. It is too important to wait any longer.”

The cost we should be concerned about is lives. This budget serves mostly the top 20…

August 13, 2019

One of the most controversial and, arguably, most critical issues facing humanity is addressed by the ECU Religious Studies Program when it hosts — for the 27th Distinguished Lecture on Religion and Culture — perhaps the strongest voice of concern about global warming.

Author of the…

August 13, 2019

As a sixth generation resident of Pitt County and eastern North Carolina and a 30-plus year volunteer for Pitt County Memorial Hospital/Vidant Health Board of Trustees, I am absolutely appalled at the way the State Treasurer and the State Employees Association of NC (SEANC) singled out and…

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