Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Spiritual Importance of Secretary of State John Kerry Saying "If Allah Wills It"

 John Kerry told reporter Laura Rozen this weekend
that a nuclear deal with Iran is possible, "Inshallah."
On March 27, 2015, while negotiating a deal with Iran concerning nuclear weapons on behalf of the United States of America, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was asked if there would be a deal. His response: "Inshallah." This phrase means, "If Allah wills it." (Tweet that!)

World Net Daily discusses this more in its March 30, 2015, article "Iran Nuke Deal Close? Kerry Says 'Inshallah.'"

So are United States Secretary of State John Kerry's words spiritually or prophetically important? (Tweet that!)

Do John Kerry's words hold any real power over the United States of America? (Tweet that!) Are these just words? Or is there a spiritual power activated by these words and others words like these that can and will have real ramifications in our nation?

The answer is yes, Secretary of State John Kerry's words hold great meaning and great power spiritually and prophetically. (Tweet that!) If you don't know it, this means real happenings in the real world that affects us.

Spiritual words spoken by national leaders hold more power, I would say, than most Americans dare to imagine. I base that on looking out my window. I'm watching most Americans this very day going about their daily business apparently completely oblivious to what is happening in our nation and in the world. (Tweet that!) Yes, I know some of you are very tuned in and aware of so much that is happening of spiritual and prophetic importance. And honestly we're all going about our daily business and it's impossible to tell who is aware and who is not. But still, it seems so many people are completely oblivious.

I'm writing this blog to encourage you, to keep you informed on happenings that you may not be aware of, as well as to have a place to discuss what you are aware of.

I'm also writing this blog to inform those who, until now reading this post, are or have been oblivious. (Tweet that!)

Still other people may have a sense that something is going on, something is happening, but haven't yet figured out how to sift through all the noise to find what's true. (Tweet that!)

In addition to that, I think most people think words don't really have an impact other than on those who hear them. In other words, most people don't realize, or don't believe, that words can have a spiritual and prophetic impact that translates into real consequences in our world and our lives.  (Tweet that!)

The spiritual importance of what John Kerry said is vastly important and powerful. It will have implications in the United States of America (though I'm not wise enough to be able to tell you exactly what consequences at this point). John Kerry was literally praising the "God" of the Muslims in defiance of the One True God of Christians and Jews. (Tweet that!) His words will have a profound effect on our "Christian" nation (that is, Christian-founded and Christian-based). 

What we say matters. What our leaders say matters more. It matters to God – that is, the One True God. We'll talk more about the implications of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry saying "If Allah wills it" in the next post on Thursday. Please stop back by then.


  1. Dear One,
    You are right - words have power and when powerful people use them they have more strength to achieve the intent.

    But you have jumped to conclusions. When John Kerry says "Thy Will Be Done" in the Muslim way, he is being kind, caring, and respectful. Nothing more than that.

    Christians, Jews, Muslims have another saying, "The Lord Thy God, The Lord Is One." If that is true, then the Lord must want more than anything else that his children - All of Them - live in peace.

    So I wish you peace in stead of confusion. I'll quote the Hindus and Buddhists - Namaste. The divine in me Sees, loves, respects and honors the divine in you.

    1. Thank you, Gilanna, for taking the time to comment. Thank you also for the perfect illustration of the spiritual confusion I'm talking about.

      You use the quotation "The Lord Thy God, The Lord is One" while at the same time including in your comment references to Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists.

      In doing this, you are implying that all these religions worship the same God. This is where you are wrong.

      The saying you are quoting comes from the book of Deuteronomy in the Bible, chapter 6, verse 4, and it BEGINS with these words: "Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one."

      The One True God is the God of Israel, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob-Israel. A few verses later, Deuteronomy 6:10 says, "When the Lord your God brings you into the land he swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, to give you..." This God promising to give the Promised Land, Israel, to the Jewish people. This is the context of this saying and where it is found.

      Christians understand this One God to be expressed fully in three persons: the Father God, the Son Jesus, and the Holy Spirit.

      Unless Muslims have started worshiping Jesus as God (which they have not), we do not worship the same God.

      Unless Hindus and Buddhists have begun to worship Jesus as God (and they do not), we do not worship the same God either.

      Your statement "If that is true..." Well your statement is not true.

      Then you say, "... then the Lord must want more than anything else that his children - All of Them - live in peace." All people are not God's children. Only those who have accepted Jesus as God and Savior (accepting that He died for their personal sins) are the true children of God. No others can claim to be children of the One True God.

      Because the world hates this truth, and refuses to acknowledge Jesus as God-come-in-the-flesh and the only way to heaven, there will be no peace on this earth until the Prince of Peace returns, and He is Jesus.

      You have given an excellent example of the very spiritual confusing I talked about in my post.

      I sincerely pray you find truth instead of your confusion.

  2. Bravo Dianne! A better job could not have been done in providing what is so obviously missing...perspective! We are all God's CREATION but we are not all God's children. We only become His children throuugh Jesus the Christ, the Jewish Messiah. To believe otherwise is spiritual confusion and God is not the author of confusion.

    1. Thank you, Hans. I like the way you put it, too. God's blessings to you!

  3. I have just read your replies, Diane and Hans. Thank you both for your excellent explanations! Dianne, I really understand what you were saying to be the truth, and Hans, your reply only added to that e plantation in a very good way. I think John Kerry vacillates any way the wind blows. We do not need weak men like him as a leader for our country. God bless you both!