U.S. Plans To Put Foreign Army In Judea As Jesus Said

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Mid-East reports say that the U.S. plans to put a foreign army in the West Bank of Judea just as Lord Jesus foretold in His Biblical prophecies.

Reports say the U.S. is training an army of thousands in Jordan that will replace Israel’s IDF military in Judea as part of a peace plan between Israel and the Palestinians.

They say this new military force for Judea that is being trained will have Palestinians from the Palestinian Authority and include other foreign military force components including from the U.S.

All trained together and placed on the ground in the West Bank which is Biblical Judea which will introduce a foreign army into Israeli territory of Judea for the first time.

And Lord Jesus prophesied that when you see foreign armies in Judea that it is a sign the prophecies of the End-time are nearing their fulfillment.

Watch the video below to see how these events and conditions happening now are Biblical signs connecting to the Last Days prophecies warning we are nearing the end of this age of grace at the appearance of Jesus Christ.

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