Recently, the United States named the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB), Mother of All Bombs and was use first during the 13 April 2017 airstrike against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria militants in Afghanistan. Permit me to also tag this analysis and write up, Mother of All Analyses of the end time news on End Time Hub. This analysis ought to come in two parts, but I think it's better to make it just one article. So, you have to take time and read through for proper understanding. 

Daniel 9:27
[27]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.

It’s impossible to not talk about this significant ttreaty. After all, when it happens, it will be the greatest prophetic fulfillment in the last 2,000 years! Furthermore, the movement toward this fulfillment appears to be greater than we have seen for many years…perhaps ever! I’m talking about the event that, when it occurs (not if), the Final Seven Years On Earth begin to count and ended up in Fire and Flame at the Armageddon.
We now have learned that President Trump launched a full offensive toward what he calls “the ultimate deal” immediately after his election in November—even before his inauguration.

What has been Done So Far? 

President Trump announced that his son-in-law Jared Kushner would be his special envoy working for a peace deal in the Middle East. So far, it has been Jason Greenblatt, executive vice president and Chief Legal Officer to Trump and the Trump Organization and his advisor on Israel, that has been doing the heavy lifting.
In his characteristic way, Trump has moved quickly to launch his personal peace initiative. On February 2, King Abdullah II of Jordan, who is one of the key players in the Middle East, met with the president. On February 15, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the president at the White House. The obviously warm relationship was in stark contrast to the tension that prevailed between Netanyahu and Obama over the past eight years.

During the Netanyahu-Trump press conference that followed their meeting, President Trump did not unconditionally embrace the two-state solution, as most of the world insisted he must. Instead he said he would favor the solution that the two parties agreed on, whether it was a two-state or a one-state solution. This was Trump’s way of serving notice that, if a two-state solution was not agreed to, a one-state solution was an option. This immediately evoked loud protests from the Arab camp. They realized, if Israel annexed the West Bank with American approval, there would be little the United Nations could do about it, since the United States could use its veto at the UN to protect Israel from international censure.
Almost immediately, signals appeared that the Palestinians were ready to resume peace talks, which they had avoided during most of the Obama administration. Once the possibility of using the UN against Israel was removed, the Palestinians realized they needed to return to serious diplomatic activity.
On March 14, President Donald Trump met with Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. This meeting was designed to repair Saudi-U.S. relations after eight years of President Barack Obama’s pro-Iran and anti-Saudi policies. Furthermore, the Saudis are key players in Trump’s plan to seek a regional peace agreement, which would include Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Egypt, the Palestinians, Israel and possibly others.

While Trump was holding strategic meetings with Middle Eastern heads-of-state, Trump’s representative Jason Greenblatt was focusing all his attention on building toward a peace deal for the region.
Greenblatt met with Netanyahu on March 13 for five hours. Remember, President Trump had his critical meeting with Saudi Deputy Prince Salman the very next day.
On March 14, while Trump was meeting with Prince Salmon, Greenblatt met for one hour and a half with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas. After the meeting, Abbas said he felt President Trump was serious about negotiating a peace deal in the Middle East.
On March 15, Greenblatt travelled to Jordan for a meeting with King Abdullah II. To the king, he underlined the importance of Jordan’s role in pushing forward the peace efforts.
On March 16, Greenblatt returned to Jerusalem, meeting again with Netanyahu to further explore how to push plans for peace forward.

The same day he met with Israeli settler leaders Oded Revivi and Yossi Dagan. It was believed to be the highest level official meeting ever for the settler leaders with a U.S. administration.
The following week Greenblatt returned to Washington where he met separately with two senior Israeli politicians. He hosted Tzipi Livni, a senior opposition lawmaker in the Zionist Union faction, for Shabbat dinner on Friday night, March 24. Livni was Israel’s lead negotiator in the John Kerry talks held from August 2013 to April 2014.
On March 26, Greenblatt met with Israel’s Education Minister Naftali Bennett, leader of the Jewish Home party, which is a vital part of Netanyahu’s governing coalition. Bennett has been the number one spokesperson in Israel against the two-state solution. Bennett believes Israel should keep all of the Promised Land. Greenblatt said they held “far ranging and important discussions about U.S.-Israel cooperation and interests,” such as “the importance of working to improve the economic life of Palestinians,” and Trump’s “vision for peace and his thoughts on how best to achieve it.”
It is obvious that Greenblatt is leaving no stone unturned as he attempts to forge a path to peace in the world’s most intractable situation!

The Arab Summit March 29

The annual meeting of the Arab League was scheduled for March 29. Greenblatt announced he would attend the Arab Summit as an observer “to discuss how best to work together against extremism and toward peace and prosperity.”
Greenblatt tweeted: “The U.S. President believes peace between Israelis and Palestinians might be possible and that the time has come to make a deal, and I believe that such a peace agreement will reverberate positively throughout the region and the world.”
On March 28, before the beginning of the summit, Greenblatt met with European Union Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini. Mogherini said that close cooperation between the European Union and the U.S. is essential to achieve peace in the Middle East.
Later that day, Greenblatt met again with Mahmoud Abbas. Their meeting was described as a follow-up meeting to exchange ideas.
Then he met with Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani. They discussed issues of joint interest, particularly developments in Palestine and in the Gaza strip.
Meeting on the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea, just a few kilometers from the territory where the Palestinians hope to establish their new state, Arab leaders brought the Palestinian conflict back to the top of their agenda. The Summit, held with King Abdullah presiding, set the stage for the upcoming April Washington visits by three Arab leaders.
Egypt’s Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will visit the White House on April 3, Jordan’s King Abdullah on April 5, and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ visit on May 3.

Israel is Coordinating its Policies With the U.S.

On March 30, Netanyahu told members of his security cabinet that Israel would curtail construction in West Bank settlements as a goodwill gesture to Trump.
The Prime Minister’s Office said any future construction would be limited to existing settlement boundaries or adjacent to them.
However, if legal, security or topographical limitations do not allow adherence to those guidelines, new homes will be built outside the current settlement boundaries but as close as possible to them. Israel will also prevent the construction of any new illegal outposts, Netanyahu told his ministers.
The White House welcomed the new policy.

Abbas Met Trump May 3rd

Trump introduced his guest: "Almost 24 years ago President Abbas stood with a courageous peace maker, Yitzhak Rabin, here at the White House. President Abbas signed a declaration of principles - very important - laid the foundations for peace, first Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. You remember that well. I want to support you in being the Palestinian leader who signs the final agreement."
"An agreement cannot be imposed by the U.S. or any other nation," Trump said. "Palestinians and Israelis must work together to reach an agreement." The U.S. president went on to say that he wants to mediate the peace agreement between the two sides. (Amir Tibon)

At the joint press conference with Trump, President Mahmoud Abbas said that "god willing, we are coming toward a new opportunity for peace," adding that a permanent solution is possible and that the issues of refugees and Palestinians imprisoned in Israel
It's about time for Israel to end the occupation of our people and our land, Abbas said.
After Trump's remarks, Abbas spoke for more ten minutes and repeated his positions on the peace process and the two-state solution. While Trump did not mention that specific formula, Abbas made sure to emphasize that it was the only option for the Palestinians. Abbas also spoke positively about the 2002 Arab Peace Initiative, in which all Arab states offered peace to Israel after the establishment of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital.

Abbas said that it was time for Israel "to end the occupation of our people" and that Trump's presidency represented a historic opportunity for peace between the two peoples. Abbas ended his remarks by addressing Trump directly and telling him in English - "with you Mr. President, we now have hope." Trump, on his part, said that he was looking forward to welcoming Abbas back to the White House in order to work towards a final status agreement between the two sides.

All my life I've heard this is the toughest deal to make," Trump said, and then addressed Abbas and added - "let's prove them wrong." Following that, the two leaders left for a joint luncheon.

During their joint lunch, the two leaders sat with their most senior advisers to further discuss the peace process. Vice President Mike Pence reminded Abbas that he had met with him a few years ago: "my family had the privilege of your hospitality during a Christmas visit just a few short years ago." Secretary of State Rex Tillerson added that "there are a number of positive conditions in place, and I know under your leadership that we hope good things will happen."

White House Spokesman Sean Spicer said at his daily press briefing Wednesday that at their meeting, Trump and Abbas discussed ways to advance the peace process and steps to strengthen the Palestinian economy.
Spicer added that Trump raised with Abbas the issue of payments to families of Palestinian terrorists in Israeli jails, and asked the Palestinian leader to resolve it (One of the condition Netanyahu ask for a peace deal to to be achieve).

Trump then added that an agreement cannot be imposed on the two sides by any foreign country, including the United States, and would have to be negotiated directly between them. The United States under his leadership, however, would "do whatever is necessary" and act as a "mediator, arbitrator and facilitator" to help the two sides in their negotiations.
Trump emphasized that his administration wants to advance the Palestinian economy and "help unlock the potential of the Palestinian people" through job creation and private initiatives. He said that economic activity, the rule of law and condemnation of violence were all critical in order to make progress towards peace.

After Abbas spoke, Trump addressed reporters again and said: "We've spoke to Netanyahu and to many Israeli leaders, we'll start a process which hopefully will lead to peace, I've always heard that perhaps the toughest deal to make is between the Israelis and the Palestinians - let's prove them wrong." (Amir Tibon).

Speaking in the White House, President Donald Trump said that he looked forward to having President Mahmoud Abbas return to the White House to sign a peace agreement with the Israelis."We will get it done. There's a very very good chance," Trump said.

Now, The Latest

Trump Announces He'll Visit Israel After Saudi Arabia; Will Also Meet Abbas

U.S. president to land in Israel on May 22 
■ First trip abroad to also include Bethlehem, Vatican 
■ White House: Leaders to discuss Iran, ISIS

U.S. President Donald Trump will be arriving on May 22 for a 26-hour visit to Israel and the Palestinian Authority, the White House confirmed officially on Thursday. Trump, who released the statement about his visit a day after his meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, said he wanted to use it to promote peace between Israel and the Palestinians.

A senior Israeli official said Trump was due to land in Israel on May 22 at 11 A.M. He will be received at an official ceremony at Ben-Gurion International Airport by President Reuven Rivlin, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, government ministers and other senior officials. Trump will then proceed to Jerusalem for a series of meetings with Rivlin and Netanyahu.
The White House said Thursday in a statement that the president wanted to use his visit to strengthen the partnership between Israel and the United States and to discuss threats from Iran and the ISIS.
The statement also said that Trump would be discussing the Palestinian economy during his visit to Bethlehem.

The White House said that in his meetings with both Netanyahu and Abbas, Trump would discuss ways to advance real peace between Israel and the Palestinians. In a briefing to reporters, a senior White House official declined to whether Trump would use his visit to convene a three-way meeting with Netanyahu and Abbas. The president is very involved in discussions on the peace process, the senior White House official said.

Trump will be coming to Israel after a visit to Saudi Arabia. A senior White House official said the president was expected to meet in Saudi Arabia with a group of leaders and clerics from the Arab world who had committed to fight extremist Islamic terror. The senior White House official said Trump wanted to unite the Arab world around a number of goals, including defeating ISIS, restricting Iranian influence in the region and distancing the younger generation from religious extremism.
According to the senior White House official, discussions of the visit by Trump began right after his election, following enthusiastic approaches by Saudi Arabia. He said one of the reasons that Saudi Arabia would be Trump’s first stop was that he wanted to dispel the notion that he is anti-Muslim. The senior White House official said that Trump’s visit would show the whole world that the United States is once again showing self-confidence and is returning to international leadership.

A day after his meeting with Trump, Abbas conveyed cautious optimism with regard to the continued relationship with the American president. In an interview with Palestinian television, Abbas said that Trump had a clear diplomatic doctrine and that he was enthusiastic about it. Abbas said he had presented to Trump the Palestinian leadership’s aspiration for an agreement based on the two-state solution. Abbas said that his conversations with Trump covered a number of issues involving negotiations with Israel, and how talks could be started quickly.

A senior Palestinian official familiar with the content of Abbas’ talks with Trump said that as opposed to the impression Israel is trying to create, talks between Trump and Abbas dealt with the core issues of the conflict and not with matters such as incitement or payments to Palestinians in Israeli prisons.

“We made clear to the Americans that there is no love between us and the Israelis and we are in a situation of conflict and confrontation as a result of the occupation. If the discussions focus on textbooks, incitement and payments, we will remain in the same situation or even worse in another 20 years. But if we talk about the core issues like borders, settlements and Jerusalem and all the subjects of permanent status, all the rest will be part of the solution because they are interdependent.”

Netanyahu responded Thursday to Trump’s and Abbas’ statements to the press and said he expected to discuss with Trump better ways to advance the peace process. However, Netanyahu said the Abbas had lied when he told the press conference at the White House that the Palestinian education system was educating the younger generation toward peace. “Unfortunately, that's not true. They name their schools after mass murderers of Israelis and they pay terrorists. But I hope that it’s possible to achieve a change and to pursue a genuine peace. This is something Israel is always ready for. I’m always ready for genuine peace."

Most Palestinians Believe Donald Trump can Bring Forth The Peace Agreement. 

Jibril Rajoub , a top Palestinian official and a leader of the dominant Fatah political party , told The Washington Post on Monday : “ We are very optimistic . I was in the States recently , and I was told this conflict is a priority issue for President Trump and he is serious to engage and have the ultimate deal. ”
Rajoub added : “From our side we will cooperate with President Trump . We believe that he is not in the pocket of anyone , except the American people. ” Trump’ s “ America first ” policy extends to national security , “which means settling the core of the conflict in the Middle East , ” he said .
The new chief representative of the Palestine Liberation Organization , Husam Zomlot, told the Israeli newspaper Haaretz last week: “ When you have a president who from Day One commits himself to peace , and invests time and effort in reaching a solution , that ’ s the definition of a historic opportunity . ”
“President Trump has the political capital , the relationships with all the parties involved , and the will to actually achieve this goal , ” Zomlot said.

Since taking office , Trump has met with Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al- Sissi , Jordan ’ s King Abdullah II , Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Israel ’ s Netanyahu .
Some administration officials have pressed for a regionwide push to solve the Israel - Palestinian conflict , a grand bargain that would give the Palestinians a clear road to statehood in exchange for the moderate Arab states ’ public recognition of Israel .
Netanyahu often says he is prepared to meet Abbas anywhere , anytime, without preconditions — before listing his preconditions : that Abbas must recognize not only Israel , which Abbas has done , but Israel as “ the Jewish state . ” Abbas has been reluctant to do so , in part because more than 20 percent of the Israeli population consists of Palestinian Muslims and Christians.

Final Analysis

Trump’s seemingly cool, calm and calculated approach to the Israeli-Palestinian issue so far stands out as a surprise to many including past presidents of US.

Trump may not have given Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas the same grandiose reception he accorded Israel’s regal couple, Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu, but he more than made up for that in their joint appearance on Wednesday by displaying just the right amount of warmth and sympathy, accompanied by a proper mix of gentle criticism and hearty support.

For Israelis and right-wing Jews who view Abbas as a Holocaust-denying terrorist who should have been boycotted by the White House or at least publicly shamed, Trump’s friendly welcome, along with his surprising public approval of the Oslo Accords, should have come as an unpleasant surprise. Trump, moreover, spared Abbas the kind of public humiliation he gave Netanyahu when he turned to him during their joint press conference in February and told him, with the tone of an offer that can’t be refused, to restrain new building in Jewish settlements.

Even though Trump condemned incitement and hate, he pointedly refrained from reprimanding Abbas in public about the sensitive issue of payments to convicted Palestinians prisoners in Israeli jails. Perhaps his intelligence experts told him of their concern that forcing Abbas to stop the payments irrespective of progress in the peace process could further undermine the last remnants of the Palestinian Authority’s legitimacy. Perhaps they informed him that this was the position of their Israeli counterparts as well, until they decided or were ordered to obfuscate it.

It’s hard not to be impressed by Trump’s uncharacteristically methodical deliberations on the Israeli-Palestinian question, which will reach their climax in his upcoming May 22 visit, announced on Thursday by the White House. He’s met with regional leaders, solicited their opinion, refused to commit one way or another but gave interlocutors the impression he has their backs. He’s left all options open for himself, from convening a regional peace conference through calling for an Israeli-Palestinian summit – perhaps at his rich-man’s Camp David at Mar-a-Lago in Florida – it to submitting his own U.S. peace plan.

His statement this week that “there’s really no reason why Israelis and Palestinians can’t live in peace” sounds equally delusional, as if Israelis and Palestinians haven’t found peace because no one before him thought to suggest it. “We will work hard and we will do it,” Trump promised with Abbas at his side, and everyone nodded in agreement. So, watch News

Trump may be a unique case of someone who is suffering from Jerusalem Syndrome even before he sets foot in the city itself. His itinerary, which includes the cities and sites most revered by the three monotheistic religions, can certainly be seen as an indication of messianic aspirations. If this is the case, it should send alarm bells ringing about the possible shock to Trump’s system that could be caused by an actual physical visit to the Israel’s Eternal Capital, especially as it is taking place just before Israel launches its no less messianic celebrations marking 50 years since the reunification of its capital.

Jerusalem Syndrome is a well-documented and diagnosed psychiatric phenomenon that afflicts people with pre-exiting mental issues as well as those considered sane before they went bonkers. Trump won’t be the first visitor who is struck by delusions of grandeur when he enters Jerusalem’s gates, leading him and others afflicted to believe that they are the messiah who will bring world peace or, alternatively, God’s instrument to start the War of Gog and Magog that will usher in the End of Days. But Trump could very well be the first Jerusalem Syndrome sufferer who could, theoretically, turn his hallucinations into reality.
Many has failed because of this Jerusalem Syndrome but Donald Trump might survive and turn the hallucination to reality, who knows if God want to use him for that purpose. He might still survive for 8 years as USA President, so He can brokers this ultimate deal before the end of this tenure, and if this happen. Then there shall be time no longer, the end of time has come to its climax. 

Will Trump’s Peace Push be Successful?

Many of the world’s top diplomats have attempted to bring peace to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Until now, all have failed. Yet, the Bible prophesies there will be a peace agreement between Israelis and the Palestinians. It is going to happen. The only question is “When?”
There appears to be many reasons to believe the time for the prophesied agreement has arrived. However, it has seemed this way before, only to end in frustration. An agreement could be reached within months, or it could be two or three years.
We just have to keep our eyes open and keep watching.
The bottom line is Jesus is Coming Quickly, He is at the Door already.

God has given us Bible prophecy so that we can prepare and make ourselves ready for what is coming, and so that we can know what to do.
Once this peace agreement is signed, we will know for sure we have seven years left to the Battle of Armageddon and the Second Coming of Jesus. Furthermore, we know what will happen during the Final Seven Years. The Rapture and the Great Tribulation.

Will You be Ready For The Rapture?

Remember it is those that were ready (the Wise virgins and the mid night criers) that went in with the Bridegroom (Matthew 25). All the ten virgins were born again Christians and they prepared to meet the Bridegroom but only the Wise made themselves ready by the virtue of the Extra oil, Rapturing Word and Rapturing faith they've gotten, and these secures them the Rapture and the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. 

Dear brother and Sister, Christ is Coming soon, are you ready? I know many will be quick to say yes I am, simply because they are born again.  But have you taken time to read Matthew 25 :1-13? The ten virgins are born again, righteous, pure and Holy but give of them still miss the Rapture. Are you surprise? That's how it will be after the Rapture many born again child of God will miss the Rapture.

But, before it's too late, I'm using this medium to reveal to you the number one condition Jesus Christ revealed to us that will guarantee your Translation.
It's in Matthew 4:4 and Luke 4:4
Matthew 4:4
[4]But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

What will guarantee your Translation is not only righteousness, holiness or purity (of course they are very important, infact this is the first thing but not all), you also need the Rapturing Word that will deliver to you the extra oil, the covering and the Rapturing faith needed to go up in the Rapture.
But, the sad news is many of our so called churches don't teach this Rapturing Word, they only focus on faith, prosperity, deliverance, miracles, righteousness, holiness, success, etc and that's why many will surely miss the Rapture and suffer in the great Tribulation for three and the Half years in the hand of the Antichrist paying with their own blood, they will be beheaded, while the translated saints at the Rapture will be in heaven for Marriage Supper of the Lamb and the honey moon with Christ, and they will be trained for the Armageddon war (Rev. 19:15)

I'm sure a sincere child of God don't want to miss the Rapture and the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. And this is the reason I will be going into a teaching in my next article on Escaping the Great Tribulation and going up in the Rapture. Just stay tuned.

Let me chip in this additional information of great significance in the End of time,

Pope Francis to meet Trump at Vatican May 24

President Donald Trump will visit the Vatican and meet with Pope Francis May 24 as part of his first foreign trip as president.

White House officials said the visit will be part of a trip that will include stops in Israel and Saudi Arabia before Trump attends a NATO meeting in Brussels May 25 and the G7 summit in Taormina on the island of Sicily May 26-27.
The trip was an attempt to unite three of the world's leading religious faiths in the common cause of fighting terrorism, reining in Iran, and "unifying the world against intolerance," White House officials said May 4.

The information was confirmed by Paloma Garcia Ovejero, vice director of the Vatican press office.

G7 43rd Summit

The 43rd G7 summit will be held on May 26–27, 2017 in Taormina ( ME ), Sicily, Italy. In March 2014, the G7 declared that a meaningful discussion was currently not possible with Russia in the context of the G8 . Since then, meetings have continued within the G7 process.

The attendees will include the leaders of the seven G7 member states as well as representatives of the European Union . The
President of the European Commission has been a permanently welcome participant at all meetings and decision-making since 1981.
The 43rd G7 summit will be the first summit for
British Prime Minister Theresa May , Franch New President Emmanuel Macron , Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni , and U.S. President Donald Trump.

Well, we have to wait and watch out for the outcome of all these meetings, I believe the emergence of new leaders of the G7 nations will bring forth some new decisions and changes.

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