October 21, 2009

For some strange reason, I have always been a Chicago Cub’s fan, a diehard Cubby Fan. Unlike the Cubs, who have been able to stay in one place, my second favorite NL team has always been the Braves, who have meandered from the Northeast to the Midwest to the Southeast during my lifetime. My two favorite pitchers in 1956 were Warren Spahn and Johnny Sain, both starting pitchers for the Boston Braves. I mean no offense to the rest of the pitching staff, who by now are all likely deceased, but in reality, Spahn and Sain were all they had they could count on. If I remember correctly, they each won more then 20 games that year.

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I think Spahn still holds the record for the most games won lifetime in the majors by a left-hander, and the number of years he won 20 games or more is uncanny. I remember when Spahn won his 300th game.

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The Boston Brave’s Proverb became well known around the League, because these two men could almost insure Boston of at least two games in a three game series. As I recall, the “starters” in the “fifties” only got three to five days rest, so the Boston’s cry became “SPAHN THEN SAIN AND PRAY FOR RAIN.” Since God controlled the weather He was their only hope for a rainout on the third day, which would be replayed later on their schedule, and Spahn or Sain would be available.

Since I am convinced Israel will be confined for 1260 days in the Negev Wilderness, separated from their Jordan River Source, they also will be praying emphatically for rain during this three and one-half year period. It is most fortunate God has provided an underground water reserve for this period. God is Israelis only starting pitcher, and they don’t need a bullpen because God finishes every game he starts, and he wins, never needing any rest between games.

Revelation 12:6 – And the woman fled into the wilderness, where she hath a place prepared of God, that they should feed her there a thousand two hundred and threescore days.

Daniel 7:25 – And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

James 5:17,18 – Elias was a man subject to like passions as we are, and he prayed earnestly that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months. [18] And he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain, and the earth brought forth her fruit.

A Time equals 1 Prophetic Year equals 360 days

Times equals 720 days

Dividing of a Time equals 180 days

1260 days equals 3 and ½ Prophetic Years

Begin Archive Prophecy Update Number 8


March, 2001

Revelation 12:6 – And the woman fled into the wilderness, where she hath a place prepared of God, that they should feed her there a thousand two hundred and threescore days.

Zechariah 13:8,9 – And it shall come to pass, that in all the land, saith the Lord, two parts therein shall be cut off and die; but the third shall be left

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therein. [9] And I will bring the third part through the fire, and will refine them as silver is refined, and will try them as gold is tried: they shall call on my name, and I will hear them: I will say, It is my people: and they shall say, The Lord is my God.

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In Prophecy Update Number 7 we ended it by stating: “But if 1.6 to 2 million Jews are to survive in the Negev, they must have enough water and food to sustain them for 3 and ½ prophetic years. Has God already been instrumental in assuring they will have it? More on this in Prophecy Update Number 8.” The answer is certainly a resounding YES, and in this update we will deal with the question of sufficient water. I first became aware of what God has done under the Negev wilderness in the late seventies. I already knew there were many shallow pockets of water that supplied the springs of the Negev, and that these pockets were reinforced by short bursts of desert thunderstorms from time to time. And I also knew this hydrological cycle could not possibly sustain a population of as many as 2 million future occupants. But God has already taken care of this problem in the distant past. In ancient times, when rainfall was abundant in the Negev and Sinai, God built up a vast reservoir of water deep beneath the hard rock layers of the Negev.

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There are billions of cubic feet of water stored under the Negev. However, a serious problem existed when it was first discovered. The water was 1300 to 2000 feet under the Negev, and this consisted of very hard rock layers. The technology of man, in the seventies, had not yet reached the level of capability to consistently drill a large number of wells to this depth. However, God informed Daniel, in Chapter 12, Verse 4, that something would happen in the end times which would increase man’s technological capabilities: “But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.” Now we have the technological knowledge to recover this vast underground supply of water. At first, it was feared the water might have a high salt content, such that it would not be usable. But we were surprised to discover its salt content was only one-tenth of that of the open oceans and seas of the world. It can very easily be converted to drinkable water.

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It was also a pleasant surprise to Israel to discover it could be directly applied to botanical growth without any harmful resultant. In fact, in many cases, it produces a higher quality of fruits and vegetables if left untreated from its recovery state. God has placed enough water under the Negev to more than support the remnant of Israel for more than 3 and ½ prophetic years. But what about food for almost 2 million Jews? More on this in Prophecy Update Number 9.

Begin Excerpt from THE JERUSALEM POST

‘Water reserves may be drained by 2010′

October 20, 2009

Ehud Zion Waldoks , THE JERUSALEM POST

If this winter is as lacking in rainfall as the last one, then by next summer Israel will have to take drastic steps such as importing water and setting up portable desalination plants, officials believe.

Even if the winter is a rainy one, there will still be a serious crisis, according to the Water Authority’s prognosis for the coming year.

The authority’s head, Prof. Uri Shani, will testify about its plan for 2010 and reply to the questions of the National Investigation Committee Regarding the Water Crisis in Israel in Haifa on Tuesday afternoon.

The committee made the plan and Shani’s responses to previous questions available ahead of his testimony.

Prof. Dan Bein, who chairs the committee, and members Prof. Yoram Avnimelech and Prof. Yoav Kislev invited Shani to testify again, so as to ensure that there would be no policy zigzags this coming year, as there were last year, they said in a statement.

The Water Authority is preparing for this winter on the assumption that it will be as bad as

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All of the measures that they have undertaken so far will remain in effect, including the drought levy.

If this winter provides enough rain, then the levy will be canceled, Shani reiterated to the Knesset Finance Committee on Monday.

The difference this year is that the country is starting out with water levels up to a meter lower than last year.

What that means is that while Israel might weather this winter by continuing its current policies, all of the minuscule reserves will be used up and the reservoirs will be dangerously low by next year – so low that other sources of water will have to be found.

Acknowledging that possibility, the Foreign Ministry, at the behest of the Water Authority, has been in contact with Turkey about shipping water across the Mediterranean Sea. There were talks on and off for much of the past decade about importing water from Turkey, but they were eventually discarded because it would be more expensive to import water than to desalinate it.

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However, the desalination project, while moving along, won’t be able to ease the water crisis until 2013.

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In the meantime, extreme temporary measures may be needed and so talks with Turkey have been resumed.

It would take an estimated 12 to 18 months for 30 million cubic meters of fresh water to hit Israel’s shores, Shani wrote.

Once agreements had been reached and technical issues overcome, entry points at the desalination plants in Palmahim and Hadera – where the infrastructure is already in place – could accommodate 30 million cubic meters each per year, and when Ashdod was ready in 2012-3, it could accommodate another 30 million cubic meters.

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the Water Authority is considering is setting up portable desalination plants at various points along the coast. It is a drastic option because water from such plants would cost double the current price.

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The past few years have seen just 70 percent of the average amount of rainfall in Israel, according to the authority. Lake Kinneret is five meters below the top red line. Even if this winter is a good one, yielding 1.6 meters of rain into the Kinneret or more, the lake will still be several meters below the upper red line.

Therefore, the water crisis will likely continue until desalination plants are more widely deployed in 2013. By that time, five desalination plants will be producing 600 million cubic meters of water a year.

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That addition will enable the government to allow the natural reservoirs to regain their losses, rather than being pumped to the brink of irreparable damage year after year.

In any case, by the end of 2010, nearly twice as much desalinated water will be produced as is today. Right now, the Ashkelon plant produces 112 million cubic meters per year and the Palmahim plant produces another 37 million. An agreement has been reached to have the two plants produce 57 million cubic meters more by mid-2010.

Of even more significance, the Hadera plant is expected to come online next month and begin to produce 115 million cubic meters a year at the beginning of next year.

The Water Authority is in negotiations to increase the Ashkelon and Palmahim capacity by an additional 30 million cubic meters by having them run all the time, rather than making use of off-peak electricity. By the end of 2010, then, Israel could be desalinating 300 million cubic meters per year.

And yet, even with all that extra capacity, the water debt will still be steep and demand will still exceed supply, according to the Water Authority’s projections.

On a somewhat brighter note, the Water Authority’s measures have produced significant savings, according to initial assessments of the 2008/9 hydrological year that ends this month. The goal was to reduce consumption to 91 cubic meters per person per year.

While the Water Authority initially considered that goal very ambitious, it appears that consumption was reduced to 89 cubic meters per person per year, Shani wrote.

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In contrast, if the drought levy is lifted, then the authority expects consumption to balloon to 97 cubic meters per capita.

Agriculture also came in 9 million cubic meters under its allotment and industry

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came in 2 million cubic meters under. If this coming winter is a good one, then the allotment for agriculture will likely be increased, Shani wrote.

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