Just as the Word says, the birth pangs are coming faster and increasing in intensity, time is speeding up and we are seeing signs in the Sun, Moon and Stars.

The END is closer everyday.  The signs are everywhere.  Whether the disasters we are warning from GOD or acts of the man inspired by Demons, they were foretold in the Word of GOD.  Everything appears to be happening EXACTLY as the World says.

There are those who will argue that Israel’s statehood was no a move of GOD, but I have not doubt.  Just because God uses the things of earth and human beings to accomplish His will does not mean HE is not behind it.

God even uses EVIL people.  I have experienced that in my own life.  When I question HIm about that very thing, HE told me, “I will use, what I will use”.  In other words, HE IS GOD and HE CAN DO WHATEVER HE WANTS.

Thankfully, HE is a loving, compassionate, forgiving GOD who is slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love. We do not have to fear being under his hand.

The powers that be have decided to turn up the heat and accelerate their plan to bring in the ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT.

This coming month, September, the heads of the nations will be coming together in the NEW YORK, United Ntions Headquarters.  Plotting our future.  Be in prayer.  FAST AND PRAY that GOD’s WILL BE DONE.  Pray for our leaders.  Especially those who are standing for truth.






If you are not familiar with Agenda 2030, there are tons of posts on my webpage.  Start with Agenda 2015, then UN is not your friend, the World Economic Forum, The Great Reset, and DAVOS.  That should give you some great ground work.
There are lots of other TRUTHERS out there, some blog some make videos.  All are doing what they can to keep you informed.  Pray for everyone who is working to spread the TRUTH.   And pray for all who are lost and searching.




General Assembly SDGs projection

General Assembly

PHOTO:UN Photo/Manuel Elias

2023 SDG Summit

The 2023 SDG Summit will take place on 18-19 September 2023 in New York. It will mark the beginning of a new phase of accelerated progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals with high-level political guidance on transformative and accelerated actions leading up to 2030.

Convened by the President of the General Assembly, the Summit will mark the half-way point to the deadline set for achieving the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals. It will be the centerpiece of the High-level Week of the General Assembly. It will respond to the impact of multiple and interlocking crises facing the world and is expected to reignite a sense of hope, optimism, and enthusiasm for the 2030 Agenda.

Political Declaration

The General Assembly in its resolution 70/299 decided that the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) shall have only one negotiated Political Declaration, covering the different and complementary functions of both sessions of the forum under the auspices of the General Assembly – the Summit, and the forum under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) when the forum is convened twice in the same year.

Responding to the above mandate, H.E. Mr. Csaba Kőrösi, the President of the General Assembly appointed H.E. Mr. Fergal Mythen, Permanent Representative of Ireland to the United Nations and H.E. Ms. Alya Ahmed Saif Al-Thani, Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations as co-facilitators to lead consultations on political declaration for the SDG Summit during the 77th session of the General Assembly.

Revised Zero Draft of the Political Declaration to be adopted at the HLPF under the auspices of the General Assembly in September 2023 (8 June 2023) 

Zero Draft Political Declaration to be adopted at the HLPF under the auspices of the General Assembly in September 2023 (8 May 2023)

Check out my post:  ZERO IS THE WORD 

Co-Facilitators’ elements paper for the consultations on the Political Declaration of the SDG Summit (28 February 2023)


The SDG Summit will benefit from:

General Assembly informal meeting of the plenary to hear a briefing by the Secretary-General on the special edition of his report on “Progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals” (25 April 2023) (Webcast) Statements: Secretary-General of the United NationsAngolaBangladeshMexicoSouth AfricaSwitzerland

Background document

More information is coming.

The 17 Goals

In 2015, countries adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) . They embarked on a journey to achieve the 2030 Agenda to promote prosperity, address inequalities while protecting the environment. The 17 SDGs offer the most practical and effective pathway to tackle the causes of poverty, violent conflict, human rights abuses, climate change and environmental degradation.


The United Nations 2023 SDG Summit is merely a confirmation/reaffirmation of commitments already made by all the countries involved when they signed on to the 2030 Agenda.  It is not a New Covenant.

What will be the focus of the 2023 SDG Summit?

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development , with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals , has been embraced by governments, businesses and community groups around the world as the organizing principle for efforts to end poverty, promote prosperity, better education, health and jobs, and recovery from the Covid-19 pandemicwhile also protecting the environment and combating climate change.

The SDG Summit in September 2023 marks the mid-point of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. It will provide an opportunity for the world leaders and people to assess progress so far, respond to the impact of multiple and interlocking crises facing the world, and provide leadership and guidance on the way forward to accelerate the full implementation of the 2030 Agenda and SDGs in the remaining years towards 2030.

The Summit will be a moment for the world to come together to accelerate commitments and transformation to respond to the urgency of poverty, climate change, recovery from Covid-19, and the need to pursue the fair and just path forward articulated by the SDGs to ensure that no one is left behind.

The 2023 SDG Summit aims to demonstrate that an inclusive multilateralism, through the reaffirmation of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs and the revitalization of the United Nation’s role, continues to provide the best path forward for recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and to provide global solutions to our common challenges and promote prosperity for all.

The SDG Summit, which is the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development meeting under the auspices of the UN General Assembly, is mandated to take place every four years at the beginning of the session of the UN General Assembly.


However, though it is not a NEW COVENANT with Many; the Scripture actually says HE SHALL CONFIRM THE COVENANT with many: 


27 And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.   Daniel 9


Confirm – Definition, Meaning & Synonyms –

The word comes from the Latin con- “together, altogether,” and firmāre “make firm,” so confirm originally meant roughly “to make (something) altogether firm.”

confirm (v.)

mid-13c., confirmyn, confermen “to ratify, sanction, make valid by a legal act,” from Old French confermer (13c., Modern French confirmer) “strengthen, establish, consolidate; affirm by proof or evidence; anoint (a king),” from Latin confirmare “make firm, strengthen, establish,” from assimilated form of com“together,” but here perhaps an intensive prefix (see con-), + firmare “to strengthen,” from firmus “strong, steadfast” (from suffixed form of PIE root *dher- “to hold firmly, support”).From mid-14c. as “make firm or more firm, add strength to;” late 14c. as “make certain or sure, give an assurance of truth, verify.” Related: Confirmativeconfirmatory.
also from mid-13c.


We Need 7 Years of Accelerated, Transformative Action to Achieve SDGs

This article was first published by IISD SDG Knowledge Hub as part of a special guest article series, a collaboration between UN DESA and IISD. 

13 June 2023  Almost eight years have passed since the international community agreed to take bold and transformative steps to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, a plan of action to secure the rights and well-being of everyone on a healthy, thriving planet. Today, at the halfway point to 2030, that promise is in peril and a fundamental shift is needed – in commitment, solidarity, financing, and action – to put the world on a better path. And it is needed now.


Some do not believe that sacrifices will ever again be offered on the Temple Mount.  But, I bet those who were living just before the second Temple felt the same way.  Yet, it happened.  We may be much closer to such a development than anyone can imagine.  If it is God’s plan… you can count it.  If it is HIS WILL it will be done.  And can even happen in the blink of an eye.


Rabbis ask Netanyahu to allow Passover sacrifice on the Temple Mount...

Mar 31, 2023 — Jerusalem police is vigilant, as Temple Mount activists are urging Jews to offer biblical Passover sacrifice at the holy site.
Sep 27, 2022 — Plot of land on Mount of Olives has been purchased and is ready for a valid sacrifice – the first since the destruction of the Second …

Thousands travel to Israel to see the red heifer that is accelerating the construction of the Third Temple and the “prophecy of the end”

Hundreds of people gathered in Shiloh, in the Binyamin region of Samaria, to welcome a biblically pure red heifer, which they speak of as the cause of the acceleration of the Third Temple prophecy, and which thousands from other countries are expected to travel to see this historic event.

Thousands travel to Israel to see the red heifer that is accelerating the construction of the Third Temple and the “prophecy of the end”

The biblically pure red heifer was brought to Israel from the United States and found a new home at the Ancient Shiloh heritage site, where the Biblical Tabernacle once stood.

Next month, two more heifers will be transported to the Ancient Shiloh location in Israel, where a center dedicated to researching the biblically pure red heifer phenomenon will be opened.

The heifers will be kept in a fenced area and visitors will not be allowed to touch the animals.

The red cow, also known as Parah Adumah, is first mentioned in the Bible’s Book of Numbers. God instructs Moses and Aaron to take “a perfectly red and flawless cow, on which no yoke was put.”

Subsequently, the animal is slaughtered and its ashes are used in a purification ritual. According to Jewish tradition, only nine red cows were actually sacrificed in the period from Moses to the destruction of the Second Temple.

People often claim that the red cow born or brought to Israel heralds the coming of the Third Temple, and with it, the fulfillment of the end times.

The 12th century sage Maimonides stated that the Messiah will offer the tenth red heifer.

Following biblical laws, this heifer displayed at Shiloh is completely red and has never been exposed to yoke.

This is an exciting and exceptional event for the entire Jewish people. We are already in touch with researchers and promoters around the world who are waiting to come here with large groups. We have returned to the site of the Tabernacle in Shiloh and are bringing back the Jewish past for the future of our people, said Ancient Shiloh CEO Coby Mamo.

Binyamin Regional Council head Israel Ganz called the cow’s arrival a “historic moment.”

The Ancient Shiloh site is continuing to grow and develop, and the Red Heifer Center will attract more visitors, up to one million a year, from Israel and around the world,” he added, calling it “good news for the Jewish world, for scientists and researchers, and for everyone.

The arrival of the red heifer took place as part of the council’s Temple Binyamin Conference, which started on Wednesday with a Temple-era inspired dinner.

On Thursday, the conference continued with talks at Tel Shiloh, a site emblematic of Jewish life prior to the construction of the First Temple in Jerusalem.

One of the relevant topics addressed by the speakers was the Passover sacrifice today, as well as the diversity of vines indigenous to the area and the urban and logistical planning for the future Jerusalem.

In the words of Rabbi Yitshak Mamo when they announced the arrival of this and other heifers, it is nothing more than the announcement of the coming of the Messiah, keeping the hope of being instruments of the Messiah in preparation for his coming.

For Christians, it is one of many signs that Jesus’ return is at the door.

Source: Israel 365


The Israelis set for new Jewish temple on Al-Aqsa site

This picture taken from the Mount of Olives shows Jerusalem’s Old City with the Dome of the Rock in the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, on January 2, 2023. (AFP/Ahmad Gharabli)
Jerusalem   ●   Mon, June 5, 2023
With imported sacrificial cows, ancient hymns and growing support, some nationalist Jews hope to rebuild their temple in Jerusalem’s Old City, at a site at the heart of Israeli-Palestinian tensions. In a suburb of Tel Aviv, a group of choristers were getting ready for the moment they will rejoice at the reconstruction of the Jewish temple some 2,000 years after its destruction, which they believe will accelerate the arrival of the messiah.
But for others, realising their goal would massively inflame tensions around the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem.
Chorister Shmuel Kam said Jews have been “waiting” two millennia for the revival of the temple.
Members of the Orthodox Jewish group claim to be descendants of the biblical Tribe of Levi, which performed hymns and music at the holy site.
“When the temple will be built, we will ask the Levites to come sing and they won’t know. They have to learn,” said Menahem Rozenthal, director of the men-only choir created a few months ago by the Temple Institute.
Founded in 1987, the institute aims to rebuild the temple, training choirs and clerics and making objects for use in religious rites.

While apprentice choristers come from across Israel to delve into the collection of ancient hymns, the Temple Institute has made all of the objects deemed necessary for Jewish rites according to rabbinical instructions. These include priestly robes, baking moulds for bread, incense burners and musical instruments.

Matter of time’ 
The faithful have their sights set on the large, tree-dotted compound in the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City.
Known as Temple Mount to Jews and revered as their holiest site, the compound has for centuries housed Al-Aqsa mosque, the third most sacred place in Islam.
Those seeking to rebuild the temple recall the former place of worship, destroyed around 70 AD during the Roman period.
According to Jewish tradition, their first temple was demolished in 586 BC by then ruler Nebuchadnezzar II at the same location.
For Haim Berkovits, a 50-year-old third temple advocate, “you can say whatever you want (about the Muslim presence), this was the place for Jews”.
Jewish worship at the future temple is “only a matter of time”, he said.
Berkovits is part of Boneh Israel (“Building Israel”), an organisation which according to its website works at “bringing the redemption closer”.
In order to hasten their sought-after redemption, Boneh Israel imported five red heifers from the United States last year.
The plan is to sacrifice them and blend the ashes with water, a mixture that will be used to brush anyone deemed impure –– for example those who have had contact with a corpse — before their ascent to the third temple.
The rare cows are crucial, because the inability to perform this ritual is part of Israeli rabbinical authorities’ opposition to Jewish visits to Temple Mount.
The animals’ “return is a messianic sign”, affirmed Berkovits at a farm in northern Israel where they are inspected by vets and rabbis to ensure that every single hair is red.
“We pamper them, we’re keeping them for the opportune moment,” he added.
Spreading ideology 
Berkovits said Boneh Israel had already acquired land on the Mount of Olives in east Jerusalem, so the animals can be burned facing Temple Mount.
For Yizhar Beer, director of the Keshev Centre for the Protection of Democracy in Israel, these “third temple lovers” are in no way marginal.
From a few dozen adherents two decades ago, their ideology has “spread to the centre of the political level — to the parliament, to the government”, Beer said. Since December, Benjamin Netanyahu has led a government alongside extreme-right ministers who advocate imposing Israeli sovereignty on the Al-Aqsa mosque compound.
The compound is administered by the Waqf Islamic affairs council of Jordan, whose forces were routed from east Jerusalem in the 1967 Six-Day War.
Defying the ban by top rabbis, some 50,000 Jews “ascended to Temple Mount” last year, according to a nationalist Israeli organisation that carries the site’s Hebrew name, Har Habait.
The Jewish visitors include firebrand politician Itamar Ben-Gvir, who has also visited twice this year since becoming Israel’s national security minister.
The United Nations, the United States and the European Union have all pressed in recent months for the status quo to be respected at Jerusalem’s holy sites.
Tours by Jews of the holy compound, where only Muslims are permitted to pray, are denounced by Palestinians as a “threat” and an attempt to “Judaise” the site.
Political ‘atomic bomb’ 
The compound is a point of perennial tensions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and any Jewish visit has the potential to become “an atomic bomb”, warned Beer.
“A combination of religion and politics… this is a nuclear reactor, so an explosion there blows up everything,” he said.
The international community has never recognised Israel’s annexation of east Jerusalem, and considers it occupied Palestinian territory.
For Yitzchak Reuven, the Temple Institute’s head of communications, “the controversy is stirred up by the Palestinians who use it for nationalistic reasons”.
“It’s not really a Muslim issue,” he said.
Reuven did not specify what would become of Al-Aqsa mosque, a notable anomaly in otherwise detailed plans by organisations focused on the third temple.
However, such groups do assert that it would be impossible to construct the holy Jewish site anywhere but the mosque compound.

“That’s the place God chose,” said Reuven. “It’s a dream, but Jews returning to Israel was a dream — and then it became a reality.”

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