Episode 85: Gog and Magog Revisited
Show Notes: “Many pastors, theologians, bloggers and laypersons alike have commented on what is commonly called “the Gog-Magog” war: an event wherein a coalition of nations, led by a mysterious figure named Gog, will wage a war against Israel. These events are recorded in Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39. Gog-Magog has proven to be one of the most challenging prophetic passages in all of the Bible, leading to dozens of theories about the identity of Gog, with many usually including an assortment of modern-day political leaders. But what is not often discussed is Gog’s direct connection to the end times as the seventh predecessor of the Final Nephilim.” - Ryan Pitterson, The Final Nephilim
How could it be conceivable that modern Israel dwells safely today?
“Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39 detail the two battles of Gog and Magog in reverse order. This is critical to properly understanding this prophecy. Ezekiel chapter 38 is a prophecy of the second Gog-Magog war.” - Ryan Pitterson, The Final Nephilim
All Scripture references cited from the King James Version Bible
Ezekiel 38:1-8, Revelation 20:1-4, Isaiah 2:1-4, Revelation 20:7-10, Ezekiel 38:9-13, Hebrews 4:1-5, Joel 2:1-13, Acts 3:19-21, Joel 2:23-27, Isaiah 61:4-6, Ezekiel 38:14-23, Revelation 20:9
Takeaway: Ezekiel 38 and 39 are in reverse order! Chapter 38 describes the final battle of Gog outlined in Revelation 20 after the 1,000 year reign of Christ. Chapter 39 is the invasion that will soon occur to be the indicator that God will once again recognize Israel as His people!
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