‘THEIR GOD CHANGES PATH OF ROCKETS IN MID-AIR’
As Israel continues to deal with the threat of terrorist rockets flying through its skies, a recent newspaper headline trumpeted the possibility of supernatural protection.
“Their God changes the path of our rockets in mid-air, said a terrorist,” was the headline in the July 18 edition of the Jewish Telegraph.
It was a partial quote from Barbara Ordman, who lives in Ma’ale Adumim on the West Bank.
Her exact quotation was: “As one of the terrorists from Gaza was reported to say when asked why they couldn’t aim their rockets more effectively: “We do aim them, but their God changes their path in mid-air.”
Hamas rockets have kept Israel under siege in recent days.
She opened her piece by noting: “In October 1956, [Israel’s first Prime Minister] David Ben Gurion was interviewed by CBS. He stated: ‘In Israel, in order to be a realist, you must believe in miracles.’”
Ordman also noted religious texts, specifically the Jerusalem Talmud, teaches Israelis not to depend on miracles for survival.
“It argues that we must not desist from our obligations and must not wait for miraculous intervention from the Supernatural,” she writes.
After her mention of the divine diversion of enemy rockets, she said, “When our God is not busy doing that, He is ensuring that the high-tech brain power of our ‘start-up nation’ is working overtime to produce yet another Iron Dome battery to help protect our cities and us.”
The headline is now being shared worldwide on Facebook by “Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural” page, with thousands of likes and a variety of comments including:
- “Shalom to Israel and supernatural protection, thank you Jesus for releasing your warring angels to supernaturally protect and defend Israel in Jesus’ name … ” (Juliet M. Maeck)
- “Indeed, He who watches over Israel will neither slumber nor sleep. Psalm 121:4″ (Danette Mallard)
- “The Muslims should also read about their future … in Psalm 83. (Jimmie Vestal)
- “Anyone against Israel should just run the other way!” (Trace Remington)