The Mud Flood and Jerusalem

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THE thing about Jerusalem is that it’s not a Millennial Kingdom city from what I can tell. It’s sitting in ruins, mostly, according to the earliest photographs. The same cannot be stated concerning most other inhabited places of the world. Just yesterday I updated my mud flood paper with a tour of Charleston, South Carolina, which has all the markings of a Millennial Kingdom city. And so, look at the Damascus Gate. There’s one lone figure wandering about, probably wondering how he got there, asking if anyone has a cup of water. I even get the feeling that somebody got word that the photographer was coming and only recently managed to pull a shovel out. How is the road not lined with gift shops and where are the Jews if the land was free for the taking?  You can read the full report in the PDF file below.

PDF [Update]: The Mud Flood and Jerusalem

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