Why the Gog Magog battle is not also close

Several publications and also DVD’s are offered to the church caution that the Gog Magog battle is coming close to. That is not exactly what the Scriptures plainly state.


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  1. Is new Jerusalem that John sees have walls around the city? No? Then don't rule that out…the prophecied Mt Zion from heaven. The Sara promised allegory fulfilled. No wall needed for the unsanctified thing shall not touch the mount.

  2. Hello, I'm a Jew, and I'm here to tell you that living in security, means nuclear security. Walls mean nothing when the walls can easily be destroyed. You are using this propaganda site to push your christian agenda. Foowey.

  3. Your mistake is that the people in israel are not Israel. These people are not uncountable like the grains of sand on a beach, they are not many nations nor are there many kings among them. These people literally fit no prophecy given to Abraham about his decedents. Good try but no cigar.

  4. Syria is Israel the kingdom of the north, Israel is Judah the kingdom of the south, Daniel 11 Perez Daughter is a signatory on several peace initiatives with Syria.. All Gog magog combatants Ezekiel 38/39 are already engaged in Syria for 6 an a half of 7 years Ezekiel 39:9. Syrian conflict began 3/15/2011, Fukushima fallout fire reached north America 3/15/2011 fulfilling Ezekiel 39:6. Ezekiel 39:6 I will send fire on Magog and on those who live in safety in the coastlands, and they will know that I am the Lord.

    Revelation Gog Magog conflict is entirely different conflict.

  5. Zoe… I gave a couple of scripture references it's sad and scary that you're ignoring them… The first Magog war they will be forced with a hook in their mouth reference Ezekiel 38…. The second reference is Revelation 20 or 1 billion comes after 1000 years of incredible peace

  6. I will just say that a lot of things can change during 7 years of regional peace. If the resources of an entire region, indeed of the entire world, are brought to bear in the Middle East, with the prime objective of defeating Israel's enemies before a 7 year peace plan is brought into effect, then Israel could find itself in that unwalled, unprotected state at the end of 7 years. Ezekiel 38 states that the invasion of Israel will end with an earthquake. That sounds suspiciously like the earthquake that occurs when Christ returns to earth, splitting the Mount of Olives at the end of the tribulation. I believe that our 2000 years of slumber is about to end with a decisive "cosmic regime change" as I have heard it put, whereby the status quo of Christian gentile government on this earth will come to an end and after a short period of Satan's government will be replaced with Christ's government.
    I believe we are all about to be shocked and surprised. Maybe the maker of this video doesn't believe in a pre tribulation rapture. I don't know how he thinks the millennium will begin, when the rapture and tribulation haven't happened, but hey, what do I know. I just read the Bible in one hand and the (online) newspaper in the other. I will be doing a lot of reading in the next few months…

  7. Why is there a hook in their jaw at the end of the millinum …a time of peace ? Why is the focus on step 1 dry bones coming to life…step 2 bones getting flesh and muscle…. step 3 spiritual revival of Jews AFTER God saves them from the Gog Magog war…. you are saying this is after Jesus comes BACK and rules a 1000 yrs? mic drop!

  8. You make some interesting points Mr. Rooker. But, let me point out some details relative to those points. The first point you make relates to the source of the invading armies. You mention certain specifics relating to their origins intimating they are exclusively coming from “the utter most north, North Africa, and the Middle East” and then point out that Rev. 20 indicates “all nations” instead of focusing on the list of invaders mentioned in Ez. 38-39. But, in fact, although Ezekiel does predominately mention those you list, in Ez. 39 we are provided the following expansion of those invading:
    Ez. 39:21 “I will set My glory among the nations; all the nations shall see My judgment which I have executed, and My hand which I have laid on them.”
    This verse expands the Lord’s judgment to all nations which is well in line with who Rev. 20 tells us is involved with Gog and Magog. I think all we are seeing here in the different descriptions is fairly typical of our Lord’s different witnesses (prophets) who are reporting on the same event where one adds details the other leaves out. Now to address your temple point.
    Ez. 40-45 is a detailed rendition of the construction of the Jewish temple as well as the sacrificial Jewish system for the cleansing of sin. It is impossible to accept that after Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross that the Lord would guide the Jews to continue using the old system (although they will when the new temple is rebuilt) So this long rendition of old Jewish system of sacrifices given by the Lord cannot apply to any temple built after the sacrifice of Jesus. These chapters have to apply to the past temple. God bless.

  9. You do a good job of explaining why you believe that the Gog Magog war is at the end of the millennial Kingdom. However, the passage in Ezekiel 38-39 has enough differences from the one in Revelation 20 where I believe that the Bible is speaking of two completely different battles. To name just a couple of the differences , the one is in Ezekiel 38 and 39, Gog comes from the land of Magog which is to the utter most North. His armies are composed of several countries from North Africa , the Middle East , and Eurasia. While in Revelation 20 the armies of Gog and Magog come from all over the Earth.

    Another significant difference between the two passages is that after the Ezekiel 38 and 39 passage Ezekiel 40 starts with the new Temple worship , while after Revelation 20 War , the heavens and earth are destroyed and the new heavens and earth are created.

    These two differences alone indicate that these are two separate battles being talked about in the Bible.

    While there are more differences, I will just bring up one more at this point. Like I said at the end of the Ezekiel Passage discussion is then given toward the new Temple service. This starts at the end of the Gog Magog War. However most of the Book of Revelation discusses the temple that the Jewish people rebuild during the tribulation. Then Christ returns , there are a thousand years where he is ruling on the Earth , and then this last war that mentions Gog and Magog also. The first war starts before the Tribulation, the last war starts after the millennial Kingdom.

    So taking the Bible literally, it is evident that the Bible talks about two wars involving Gog and Magog.