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Sunday, October 4, 2015

Russia's New Alliance: Biblical Prophecy Coming to Life?

Prophecy Sign:  The Gog/Magog alliance - the ascendance of Russia in the last days, (Ezekiel 38/39)

Russia's New Alliance: Biblical Prophecy Coming to Life?
Many Christians believe Russia plays a major role in biblical prophecy about the end times. CBN News spoke by phone with best-selling author Joel Rosenberg about Russia's big move into the Middle East and what it might mean for Israel. Rosenberg refers to the book of Ezekiel and prophecies that involve an alliance of Russia, Syria, and Iran all aligned against Israel. He told CBN News that for the first time in 2,500 years that scenario is a reality. He is quick, however, to downplay whether biblical prophecy is in fact being fulfilled with these recent developments. He also blamed the Obama administration for leaving a huge vacuum in the Middle East, which has allowed Russia to move in.

The Surprising Connections Between Sukkot and the War of Gog and Magog
There are signs, both in current events and in Jewish tradition, that point to the possibility that the War of Gog and Magog, prophesied in the Books of Ezekiel and Zechariah, will happen this year on the Jewish holiday of Sukkot (Festival of Tabernacles). As has been widely reported, the final Blood Moon of the most recent tetrad occurred on the first night of Sukkot, September 28, 2015. Each time a Blood Moon tetrad has fallen on Jewish holidays in the past 500 years, there has been a significant Messianic advancement. Is the War of Gog and Magog connected to the Blood Moon? Parallel to the final Blood Moon, Iranian and Russian troops are moving into Syria. US troops are heading into the Sinai. Israel is being surrounded by foreign troops to the north and south. The End of Days blogger Tomer Devorah suggests, “It really looks to me like the set-up for the Gog Magog invasion!”

Russia moves thermobaric warheads that INCINERATE targets into Ukraine while world's attention is on Syria

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