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About the Author: Malkah Fleisher is a graduate of Cardozo Law School in New York City. She is an editor/staff writer at JewishPress.com and co-hosts a weekly Israeli FM radio show. Malkah lives with her husband and two children on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.


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7 Responses to “Obama victory”

  1. I read about Jews voting for Obama, & I. Love, respect, & totally support Jews…. I am their adopted sister & I love them … but As I look at the word of God, I see they are notorious for not making the best choices, so that REALLY has no affect on how I feel about the future … God showed me some things & those things weren't pretty … but through persecution a revival will cut loose like never before seen (that is the good news)… but it will be without permission From our government … the freedom we have fought so hard & long for is about to be taken From us… not through war or violence, but by just one or 2 feedoms at a time…

  2. Missy Hess says:

    food for thought…I dont know anyone who only makes good choices. And…everything happens through Gods will. Meaning, anything that happens isnt to be questioned or doubted because God saw it fit to happen. :-) so….NO STRESSING! lol

  3. To Missy… not stressing… just preparing … everyone had better prepare .. not saying it's not God's will … I am saying that even God's will doesn't always feel good & isn't always easy … I know what God showed me… it isn't going to be pretty or easy… buy HE WILL TAKE CARE OF HIS OWN WHO TRUST HIM!

  4. Missy Hess says:

    i feel kindof hypocritical with recent events. wish i could take my own advise.

  5. not stressing… just saying that we can't base our actions on their choices… they aren't perfect either… people are using that as a bases to sorta say that he is the best choice because they voted for him, or that he must be their friend… but history doesn't make me want top use their choices for the bases of what I believe, (as for me, I will just seek God's opinion instead… that's all

  6. to all who are stressing over recent political events… stressing will accomplish nothing… work on building your faith/trust in God, through His word is how you do that… get in the word, and in prayer… NO FEAR WITH JESUS… WE HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR IF WE ARE IN JESUS CHRIST!

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