The much discussed but closely guarded peace plan for the Middle East the Trump administration plans on unveiling this year has been reportedly put together by his son-in-law and Senior Adviser Jared Kushner. It’s assumed he will be the one who unveils the plan to the world when the time comes. Is that time going to be during or around Passover, 2019?
The plan’s unveiling was delayed by the unexpected call for elections in Israel. Those are to happen April 9. Ten days later, Passover begins and continues until the 27th of February. If the intention was to unveil the plan shortly after the elections, the timing makes sense.
A good chunk of the timing will be determined by the winner of the elections. If Benjamin Netanyahu retains his role as Prime Minister of Israel, that could affect the timing. Regardless of who wins, it seems as if 10 days following the election is too soon, but there’s a sense of urgency from the White House to get it out to the players as soon as possible so details can be hammered out and a final agreement signed before the 2020 election.
There have been a slew of videos and articles speculating that Kushner is the Antichrist of the Bible. This seems highly unlikely, mostly because he seems to fit it too well in some ways while completely missing the mark in other ways. Of course, one mark that draws the most attention is the fact that he purchased the “666 building” in New York City. Could it be that obvious? Probably not.
Nevertheless, conspiracy theories about Kushner and the peace plan are certain to continue to pop up from now until it’s clear he can’t be the Beast of the Book of Revelation. Unless he is. We’ll know pretty soon.
Much of the controversy surrounding this peace plan and its architect revolve around the prophecy in the Book of Daniel that says the the “prince to come” shall confirm a covenant with many for seven years, but in the midst of those seven years worship at the temple shall be stopped.
Daniel 9:27 (KJV)
And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.
With the Temple currently not standing, it’s hard to imagine how that prophecy would play out with this peace plan and Kushner, unless that’s part of the deal. If the peace plan calls for a two-state solution in exchange for the Palestinians abandoning the Temple Mount and allowing the Third Temple to be built, all bets are off.
All of this is speculation at this point, but it’s important to watch for the signs. This video by Sling and Stone does a nice job of saying enough without saying too much. In today’s YouTube, it seems too easy to read more into the text than is written.