This Prophecy was given to Raymond Aguilera in Israel.

1387. Vision given to Raymond Aguilera on 31 July 1999 at 7:10 PM.

During prayer at Zion Fellowship Church the Lord gave a vision of a large sword. I could see this sword being sharpened on a sharpening stone.


Then the Lord said, "I will strike Israel once and nothing will grow for a short time." (over)

Recent Timeline in Mideast Conflict 
OCTOBER 15, 14:29 EDT 
By The Associated Press 

A look at key events in the 18 days of Israeli-Palestinian clashes that have left 96 people dead, including 79 Palestinians, 10 Israeli-Arabs and seven other Israelis. 
—Sept. 28: Israel's hard-line opposition leader Ariel Sharon visits Jerusalem shrine holy to both Jews and Muslims.
Palestinians riot. Dozens of police and several Palestinians injured. 
—Sept. 29: Six Palestinians killed and close to 200 wounded in clashes at the shrine, known as Temple Mount to Jews and Noble Sanctuary to Muslims, and elsewhere in Jerusalem. 
—Sept. 30: Fourteen Palestinians killed by Israeli fire, including 12-year-old Mohammed Aldura, whose death in Gaza is captured by a television cameraman and broadcast around the world. 
—Oct. 1: Cease-fire agreed on but it collapses. Twelve killed, including an Israeli border policeman who bleeds to death inside Joseph's Tomb in West Bank city of Nablus as Palestinian gunmen keep medics away. 
—Oct. 2: Heaviest day of fighting, 19 killed. 
—Oct. 4: Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat fly to France, meet Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and French President Jacques Chirac. Both sides order military forces away from flashpoints. Seven killed at home. 
—Oct. 6: Israeli troops storm Jerusalem shrine after Palestinians hoist flag. One killed in clash with police outside shrine; nine die in West Bank and Gaza. 
—Oct. 7: Demonstrators storm Joseph's Tomb after Israeli withdrawal. Hezbollah abducts three Israeli soldiers in border area with Lebanon. Barak issues 48-hour ultimatum to Arafat to stop violence. Four Palestinians killed. 
—Oct. 9: Clashes in Jerusalem, Nazareth and Hebron continue through the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur. Barak extends 48-hour ultimatum. Three Palestinians killed. 
—Oct. 12: Two Israeli reserve soldiers take a wrong turn into town of Ramallah, where an angry mob beats, stabs and shoots them and mutilates their corpses. In retaliation, Israeli helicopters rocket Palestinian targets including Yasser Arafat's residential compound. 
—Oct. 14: Israel and Palestinian Authority agree to attend Monday's summit in Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, aimed at a
cease-fire. President Clinton to attend along with regional leaders. 
—Oct. 15: Hezbollah guerrillas announce that they have captured an Israeli army colonel. Israel confirms that a reserve colonel was kidnapped abroad.