God's heart and purpose for Israel are very important subjects for this hour. Goll is the president of Encounters Network and international director of Prayer Storm. He has written numerous extensive Bible study guides and is the author or coauthor of twenty books, including The Prophetic Intercessor, The Coming Prophetic Revolution and Praying for Israel's Destiny. Goll is a contributing editor to Kairos magazine and speaks and ministers around the world.
Goll is the cofounder of Encounters Network, a ministry to the nations. He and his wife, Michal Ann, have four children and live in Franklin, Tennessee. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? The Coming Israel Awakening is an exhortation to all believers to receive God's heart for Israel and the Jewish people. For Jewish people, both those who have accepted Yeshua as their Messiah and those who have yet to consider Him, it is a wakeup call to the times we live in and are about to face.
This prophetic book helps readers appreciate the history of Israel, understand the relationship between the Church and Israel, realize the power of prayer, and heed God's call to action.
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Great book on the coming merging of the Church and Jews!! Absolutely one of the best books on Israel that I've ever read. There are books, and then, there are books. But this one is in my top 10 list. I'm not completely through the book yet. But what I've read. It goes everywhere I go. There is so much "meat" in this book, that with some pages, I've read them twice.
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President Nicolas Sarkozy rushed into urging Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, the Libyan leader, to resign and face trial before the International Criminal Court. It is also worth noting that the unity of purpose between the United Kingdom and France was facilitated by a preceding military rapprochement and by the fact that, contrary to the Iraqi case, the American factor was not here a source of divergence.
Yet, the growing divisions within the opposition and the steady rise of pro-Al-Qaeda factions within the anti-Assad ranks raised fears that the weapons provided to fight Assad would fall into the wrong hands. As questions were raised about the intelligence underpinning the strike, the Prime Minister conceded: In fact, the EU also permitted the Member States to overcome their disagreements by adopting common sanctions against different Arab regimes and by providing strong economic and political baking to protestors.
In the case of Syria there is a much longer list of sanctions, which somehow reflects the divisions among Member States about a potential intervention on the ground: For instance, in the case of Egypt, as soon as the 4th of February More market access, more mobility, more money. Yet, it is worth noting that the EU democracy assistance resources still have remained a drop in the ocean compared with the US budget. But, in the aftermath of the overthrow of the Egyptian government in July by the Egyptian army, no other meetings have been foreseen.
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This exemplifies the difficulty for the EU to live up to its commitments in this unpredictable political context. In the words of Foreign Ministry Avigdor Liberman: Today, it is clear by what is happening in Syria and Egypt, that the problem is primarily internal and domestic. The latter has struggled to balance its need to protect itself from any type of attack originating from within Egypt with the necessity of preserving the peace treaty and steering clear of any type of confrontation with its southern neighbor.
As a result, Israel focused its Sinai policy on investing on its own border security, while aiming at preserving security coordination. The assumption behind this policy has largely been that such sporadic and limited use of force would not drag Israel into the Syrian civil war.
Needless to say, this assumption has created an extremely fragile equilibrium between Israel, the Assad regime, and Hezbollah. In this sense, looking forward, it appears evident that not addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including the issues of settlements in the West Bank and the current refusal to deal with Hamas, lift the economic restrictions on Gaza, and encourage inter-Palestinian reconciliation, will inevitably derail any effort to improve its political and diplomatic relations. The lack of a genuine peace process only hurts the country and contributes to strengthened negative feelings on the Arab street.
While the EU and most of the Member States stepped in to express their solidarity to the rebels in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria, Israel remained cautious and kept a low profile, also due to its own unpopularity in the region. For geopolitical reasons, and due to their historical relations with Arab societies, EU and Israeli respective policies also strongly differed. The EU and Member States invested significant financial, political and diplomatic resources in boosting their involvement and status in the region.
At the same time the current divisions regarding Syria show that without a consensus among the EU3, not much can be done at the EU level, with the exception of sanctions. Yet, the effectiveness of sanctions in the Syrian case remains to be demonstrated. The plethora of tools introduced can make it more difficult for EU decision makers to identity an actual strategy aimed at promoting stability in the region, no longer synonymous with the former status quo.
The Arab upheavals could instead provide a new opportunity to prove, in the aftermath of the Lisbon Treaty, that the EU really enables Member States to increase the scope of their foreign policy capacity, rather than undermining it. The Lisbon Treaty, in force since December , aims notably at improving consistency in EU external action. Since then, the Arab Awakening is the first big challenge Member States have had to face together. Otherwise, the numerous EU financial instruments introduced could turn out to be counter-productive.
The country perceived the increased instability in the MENA region as a potential security threat and its entire policy architecture has been aimed at containing potential spillovers and instability rather than, like the EU, increasing its role and profile. Yet, complete pessimism is not warranted, as there is still an expectation that, in the long run, the affirmation of democratic forces and the economic and political development in the region would overall represent an improvement for Israel.
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Still, there is widespread skepticism toward the capacity of the Arab Awakening to deliver such results. In the longer term, there is a debate within the Israeli society over what steps—starting with committing to deliver concrete progress in the Israeli-Palestinian arena—the country needs to take in order to adopt a more proactive attitude and improve its regional standing. Vilnius, 7 September Israel and the Arab Spring: Al Mesbar Studies and Research Center , Council of the European Union.
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