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Israel to have fewer friends on UN Security Council (Second Coming Watch #522)

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1. The United Nations voted in five countries to begin serving two-year stints on the Security Council, beginning on January 1. Although there was some good news for Israel in the results, most of it was bad.

2. South and North Korea exchanged fire across the heavily fortified border on Sunday in the latest clash on the divided Korean Peninsula amid concerns that tensions could scuttle high-level talks between the two sides.

3. Sweden's military has spent three days scouring the waters off Stockholm for what has so far been officially described only as "foreign underwater activity." However, intelligence briefings to local newspapers suggest a Russian submarine might have had mechanical problems while on a secret mission in the region.

4. As one of his final acts in office, European Union chief Manuel Barroso issued a stern finger wag to Great Britain and its anti-Europe politics, saying that if the UK left the union, it would be a "historic mistake."

5. Australia's Foreign Minister told reporters in Baghdad that 200 Australian commandos would be sent to Iraq under a deal struck with senior Iraqi officials on Sunday.

You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.

The prophetic passage of Scripture we are looking at today is Genesis 5:24 which reads: "And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him."

Our second coming quote for today is from Martin Luther. He said, "I hope that the day is near at hand when the advent of the great God will appear, for all things everywhere are boiling, burning, moving, falling, sinking, groaning."