Thursday, August 25, 2011

Glenn Beck: Restoring Courage in Jerusalem

In May 2011, Glenn Beck announced that he was planning a rally called "Restoring Courage," which would be held in far-off Jerusalem, in the month of August. At the time of this announcement, he warned that Israel, was in danger because of the two-state solution being planned by the elite. In his statement that explained why he was calling for a second rally, he said:
"They are going to attack the center of our faith. Our common faith. And that is Jerusalem. And it won't be with bullets or bombs. It will be with a two-state solution that cuts off Jerusalem, the old city, to the rest of the world."
"We have gone to the capitals of our states and to the capitals of our government," he continued. "We have talked to all the power brokers. The only power broker, the only seat of government that can and will solve this problem with or without us, is God. It is time to return inside the walls that surround Jerusalem and stand with people of all faiths, all around the world."[1]
Over the past few months, preparation has been made. Beck's radio broadcast began from Israel a few days ago. In the following video, Glenn and David Barton (who helped to provide financial support) talk about the hundreds of supporters from around the world, including Israeli politicians, who would be on-hand to hear the "Restoring Courage" tour of the Holy Land.

(Beck link)

Beck’s web site said the program called for "unity among all faiths, and it will honor Israelis who have displayed courage in their struggle for survival and peace." It said the event would feature religious leaders, esteemed speakers and entertainers including the Western Wall Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch, author Dr. Mike Evans, Florida Pastor Tom Mullins, Pastor John Hagee, pseudo-historian David Barton, Oscar winning actor Jon Voight, internationally renowned singer Dudu Fisher, and the Jerusalem Great Synagogue Choir.[2]

Glenn Beck told nearly 3,000 enthusiastic listeners in the Caesarea Amphitheater on Sunday night, "The solutions to the problems of our times are not within the reach of political leaders, rather divinity." He went onto say, “Be not afraid. Know who He is, know His face, know that He is a God of covenants and miracles. We are leaving the age of man-made miracles of spacecraft, and we are entering the age of the miracles of God.”[3]

It may have been from the second in the series of events that the following interview took place. Dr. Mike Evans is a Christian Zionist, part of the Christian Industrial Complex, and has deep involvement with government. In other words, you should not trust anything he says.

(YouTube link)

Wednesday's rally - the main event - was held next to the Old City of Jerusalem, which only drew a fraction of the attendees. In the opening prayer by Rabbi Shlomo quotes Scripture that supports the ownership of the Israeli land. He mentions the interfaith cooperation, and the Third Temple that will be built based upon Isaiah 56:7: “For My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations.”

It is interesting to note that the Third Temple is a radical and unbiblical fulfillment of a basic tenet of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, and other religions of the world, to manifest the One God on earth by worshiping the One God together in peace. The fulfillment of this Scripture was to take place during the Millennial reign, so they are speeding up the work of rebuilding. 

(Beck link)

The next news clip is from CNN and will provide a broader view of the event.

(CNN link)

And then lastly, a longer excerpt from Glenn's speech.

(Beck link)

Pastor John Hagee spoke just before Beck’s concluding remarks:
“We have come tonight to say to the people of Israel, you are still the apple of God’s eye, you are still the chosen people, you are still the covenant people, you are still cherished the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.”
There is a common misconception that Christians have about the Jews continuing to be the chosen people. It is the elect who are the chosen people, and they are Christian. (1 Peter 2:9,10; Matthew 22:14; Matthew 20:16; Rev. 17:14)

Do all Christians agree with Beck, and do Israelis believe he is in Jerusalem out of genuine concern? No.

  • Bill Keller, the leader of, issued the call for a boycott of TBN after Pastor John Hagee and David Barton (both Judas') expressed their support for Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Courage” campaign on the network.In supporting him, they have aligned themselves with a satanic cult.[4]
  • YNet News stated:  "In Israel, there is more courage in one soldier than in the combined and cold hearts of every bureaucrat at the United Nations."
  • The entire State of Israel is being played for a freier (chump) right now, with the actual freier (chump) extravaganza taking place on August 24. [5]  
  • Ahmed Tibi accused Beck of being "motivated by a hatred of Islam." And Americans for Peace Now, a U.S.-based group that supports Israel’s security, which cannot be maintained if it continues to remain in a state of conflict with its Arab neighbors, including the Palestinian people.[6]
Many do not believe Glenn Beck has been sponsoring ecumenical events for the purpose of uniting religion, but with the subtle statements made, it should become more obvious.With Glenn's membership in a secret society, he has made it his personal purpose to assist the fulfillment of end time events. The end time events he has been hastening are the one world religion, which will bring about the world government of the Book of Revelation.

With the help of Neo-Gnostic Jihadist David Barton, the Dominion Theology he supports, which is philosophically akin to totalitarianism or theocratic neofascism, is aligning with Beck's efforts to bring on the  scenario that will ultimately bring war against all Christians. (Based upon research done by Chris Pinto, there is a possibility that Barton is also a Freemason, since he defends Masonry in his books.)

Journalists in Jerusalem believed that Jews were chumps for supporting the efforts of Beck, but it is the evangelical Christians who should be compared to chumps. David Barton and the deep politics of God of the Council for National Policy say that globalization is merely a vehicle for the spread of Christianity - but the opposite is true. It will be to late by the time Beck's supporters wake up and realize they had helped to prepare the way for the tyrannical world dictator of the coming world government.