I want to announce that I have finally finished a task that has taken me many years to complete. As a teenager, I not only wanted to learn about Bible prophecy so that I could understand what will happen, but I also wanted to learn so that I could someday help others to understand what will happen. This desire to help others to understand what will happen ultimately led to a desire to write a comprehensive book about the end times. After many years of work, this comprehensive book about the end times is finally complete. The title of my book is Prophecy Proof Insights of the End Times.
Many Bible prophecy commentators insist that an attack led by Gog of Magog will transpire before the start or at the start of the seventieth week of Daniel (the seven year period that many people commonly refer to as the “tribulation”). This teaching is very prevalent, but is it correct? In this article, I critique the teaching that an invasion led by Gog will occur before the start or at the start of the seventieth week of Daniel.
I believe it is essential to understand Ezekiel 38:8-12 in order to have a good understanding of the timing of the many events described in Ezekiel 38 and a good understanding of Ezekiel 38’s relationship with Ezekiel 39. I recently formulated a list of questions during my study of Ezekiel 38:8-12 which I think are relevant to gaining a solid understanding of Ezekiel 38:8-12. I share these questions with you in this article.
Ezekiel 39 describes an alliance led by Gog of Magog attacking Israel and heading to its defeat. Meanwhile, Joel 2 describes a powerful northern army attacking Jerusalem before its demise. Could these armies be related? I will address this question in this article by sharing some of my observations about Joel 2:20 and Ezekiel 39:11.