ISRAEL AT WAR - Part Three

“When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of strange language, Judah became [God’s] sanctuary, and Israel His dominion.”[1]


Thanksgiving is over, and Christmas, the time of peace and goodwill, is fast approaching. But our world is in turmoil, especially the land of Israel.


For 75 years now, the descendants of Jacob/Israel have been back in their own land, yet this exceedingly great army remains in unbelief, blinded in part, to this very day.[2] And while it may seem highly unfair, it’s all part of God’s grand design.


How so? If you believe the Bible, there’s no doubt Israel is God’s chosen, and they belong in the Land of Promise. God Himself watches over them and as He does, He neither slumbers nor sleeps. We also know those who bless Israel, God will bless.[3] But what’s more, in the fullness of time, the One prophesied in the Garden of Eden, whose birth we celebrate this month, was Jacob’s descendant, a Jew born in Bethlehem, as Micah foretold. And, before Micah, God said through Isaiah, this One we know as Jesus the Messiah, would be God with us in flesh, who would grow up and die for OUR sins.[4]

However, in order for Jesus to gather Jews and Gentiles (us) together into one flock, Israel was blinded, in part.


The Bible chronicles Jesus's life, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension to heaven. But it also confirms His return in two stages. First, in the air for His bride, and second, physically, in judgment of wickedness.[5] All these, my friends, are fundamental Bible truths.


Still, almost 2,000 years have passed since Jesus ascended to heaven, and the question is: Can we tell how soon He will return? Where are we on God’s Timeclock, considering the chaos and Israel’s war?


Remember, God is in control. Do not fear.

All things written must be fulfilled.[6]


So, although there’s much speculation about when the Ezekiel 38-39 war will begin, until now, the world’s stage was not set. What do I mean? Well, believers know the Bible speaks of an end-time ruler who will lead a one-world system.[7] Can we see that system being prepared in our day? I believe we can.


For decades, globalists have been working behind the scenes, yet now front and center. We have a World Health Organization[8] and a World Economic Forum[9] controlling the world’s health and wealth. And the WEF says by 2030, we will own nothing and be happy.[10]


These elites caused the world’s chaos in order to reset it and usher in a global leader. And it’s funny that they think this is their plan, yet it was all written from the beginning and settled forever in heaven.[11]


Many Bible scholars believe the Ezekiel 38-39 war will need a beloved world leader, we know as Antichrist, to bring peace and confirm Daniel’s prophesied covenant.[12] But does Israel’s current war fit prophetically, or is it more Middle East unrest?

 Israel’s war is nothing unless the nations

God gave Ezekiel are now aligning.

So, let’s see.


Ezekiel’s Gog is the chief prince or leader of Magog—Russia and its cities. “The region of Meshech is often identified as being north of the Black Sea (southern Russia and Ukraine and possibly the Republic of Georgia), and Tubal as an area in central Turkey.”[13] Persia, we know, is Iran, who comes with Ethiopia (Cush) and Libya (Put). Gomer has been identified as Eastern Europe and Togarmah with Turkey/Armenia. Sheba and Dedan of verse 13, refer to Saudi Arabia.[14] Tarshish, I’ve heard, is Great Britain, and her young lions would be the territories England inspired, e.g., America.


These nations are in the news today, making economic and military deals, and they are aligning. The world’s stage seems set to embrace a global leader. So, as Jesus said, “…when you see all these things, know that it is near—at the doors!”[15]


What’s near? The physical return of Jesus. And if that is near, Scripture indicates God the Son meets His bride in the air seven years earlier. This bride is made up of TRUE believers—those who have been born again of His Spirit. Only these will be raptured before God’s wrath—when Antichrist enters and the Tribulation / Global disaster hits.


Sadly, once the rapture takes place, it may be too late for the ones left behind. Those who have heard the gospel and rejected Jesus in this age will, unfortunately, believe the lie and suffer in the Tribulation.[16] Therefore, now is the time—today is the day of salvation.[17] If you are concerned or not sure you are a true believer, then please receive Jesus, and let Christmas be your birthday, too.


Repent, believe, and receive God’s Gift of eternal life.[18]


May you have a Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year!


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[1] Psalm 114:1-2

[2] Ezekiel 37:10; Deuteronomy 29:4; Romans 11:1, 7-8

[3] Psalm 121:4; Genesis 12:1-3

[4] Galatians 4:4-5; Genesis 3:15; Micah 5:2, Isaiah 53

[5] Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, I Thess. 4:13-18, Rev. 19:11-16

[6] Isaiah 43:1; Hebrews 13:5-6; Luke 24:44

[7] Revelation 13, 17

[8] WHO, a UN agency founded in 1948

[9] WEF founded in 1971 by Klaus Schwab

[11] Psalm 119:89

[12] Daniel 9:27

[15] Matthew 24:33

[16] II Thessalonians 2:11

[17] II Corinthians 6:2; Hebrews 2:2-3

[18] John 1:12-13; Romans 6:23


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