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Comments for entry I'll Save You Time
I'll Save You Time
1. It said the Italians would be exiled by a neighbor - never happened
2. It said they would return in 70 years - never happened
3. It said there would be another exile from a people from afar - never happened
4. It said during that exile the Italians would be scattered around the world - never happened, the vast majority have always lived in Italy
5. It said during that exile the Italians would suffer anti-Italianism - never happened, there is no worldwide phenomenon of Italian hating
6. It said during that exile the Italians would remain a people despite all the problems - never happened, there is no sense among Italians of exile when they leave Italy, those who leave do so by choice, they generally don't plan to ever return and they more or less assimilate into whatever country they go to
7. It said during that exile the land of Italy would be barren - never happened, Italy never became a desert
8. It said the Italians would return - never happened, there has never been a mass migration of Italians back to Italy
9. It said at that time the desert would bloom - never happened, Italy was always fertile, Israel became fertile again when the Jews returned in large numbers
10. It said at that time the word of the Lord would spread thorughout the world - never happened, the Italians do not have a book like the Bible that has spread around the world. Their book is the Bible, which was written by Jews.
So, as you can see, your comment that half of these prophecies apply to the Italians is false. Why can't you just admit that the Jewish prophecies are unique and amazing?
Author: Von Cello Eintrag from 07.01.2009
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