Here Comes the Start of World War Three: Who will win who will lose

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The Spring of 2016 looks like it could be the beginning of the last great conflict of nations. What does Psalm 83 say? What about Ezekiel 38 & 39, the war of Gog & Magog? Which comes first? Who wins? Who loses? Read on for the answers.....


Here Comes the Start of World War Three: Who wins who loses. Researched by Pastor Gary BoydIRAN IS BUILDING A NUCLEAR BOMBISIS IS ON A MURDEROUS RAMPAGEHEZBOLLAH IS STOCKPILING WEAPONSHAMAS IS DIGGING TERROR TUNNELSThe West is being terrorized by ISIS wannabes..Europe is being invaded by Syrian refugees with ISIS implants.The only glimmer of light in this sea of darkness is that millions of Christians are firmly standing united with Israel and the Jewish people like never before.Within all the destructive chaos of the world this one thing is certain Israel will need our steadfast unity, unconditional support and decisive action like never before in the coming year.2016 In the next twelve months we are going to have to work harder than ever to defend Israel on campuses, in churches and communities across the country, as well as in our nations capital. The Psalm 83 War will soon be upon us perhaps as early as March of 2016. Current events seem to be setting the stage for the final fulfillment of the Israeli War prophecies of Psalm 83 and Ezk. 38-39 the War of Gog & Magog. Six years ago in 2010 Turkey distanced itself from Israel, moving everyone to the edge of their seats thinking that Ezek. 38-39 was an imminent event. Remember that Turkey and Iran, both members of the Ezek. 38-39 coalition, shared a common hatred of Israel. Of course there is just cause to consider the Ezekiel War of Gog & Magog prophecy in light of the Turks & Iranian hatred of Israel, but what of the Egyptians, Lebanese, Syrians, Hamas, the Saudis, Jordanians, Iraqis, and the Palestinian refugees? They are also at odds with Israel with growing hatred of one degree or another. Curiously, Ezekiel 38 describes nine different distinct populations by their ancient names, including Russia, Iran, Turkey, Libya plus several others, but omits these Arab countries or terrorist organizations. Arab confederacy defeatedI believe this is because this Arab confederacy has already been defeated in a short protracted War of Psalm 83 and no longer pose a threat to Israel. The War of Gog & Magog identifies nine specific invading populations, but oddly enough does not mention any of Psalm 83 Arab confederates among them. This conspicuous omission makes no sense when you consider Ezekiel references all of the Psalm 83 members numerous times elsewhere throughout his prophetic book.To make my point Ezekiel lists Tyre 12 times. Tyre is a member of the Arab confederates of Psalm 83 that represents Hezbollah today. Ezekiel alludes to Philista or Philistines four times which are todays Hamas. Edom or the Edomites are referenced 7 times by Asaph, the author of Psalm 83. He calls them the tents of Edom meaning todays Palestinian refugees. The other Psalm 83 members like, Moab, Ammon, Amalekites, Egyptians, Assyrians, Gebal (Lebanon), and the Saudis under the ancient banners of Dedan are also referenced elsewhere in the book of Ezekiel. In fact all together the above Psalm 83 Arab confederates are mentioned 89 times by Ezekiel within his 48 chapters. Here is the kickerHere is the kicker, not one of those 89 enlisted references show up in Ezekiel 38-39 War of Gog & Magog with the exception of a Saudi contingent represented by Dedan, in Ezekiel 38:13. However, in this instance Dedan appears to abstain from enlisting with the Ezekiel invaders. This then suggests the Saudis want no further part of an invasion of Israel because they have already been defeated in the Psalm 83 War. Ezekiel 25:13 declares many of Dedan (Saudis) will be killed in the Psalm 83 War. This could be the reason they opt out of an Ezekiel 38-39 invasion. The reason is glaring at you, if they are left out of the of the War of Gog & Magog it has to be that they were defeated earlier in the Psalm 83 War and want no part of another defeat. Listed below are a few of the reason Psalm 83 comes before Ezekiel 38:Ezekiel 38:8-13 mandates that Israel must be dwelling securely, without walls, bars or gates in their land. The Israeli state must be in receipt of great spoils from the Psalm 83 War because they expand their territories four fold. Israel does not fulfill these prerequisite conditions today. This is then future tense.Israel today is unable to dwell securely in the land as a result of their surrounding by hostile enemies of the Arab confederation. In addition, the main goal of the Ezekiel 38 invaders is to destroy Israel and take back the plunder and great spoils of the earlier Psalm 83 War. Today Israel does not possess the great plunder or great spoils that Russia and her coalition will someday covet. In the aftermath However, in the aftermath of an Israeli conquest in the Psalm 83 War over the Arab confederacy all of the above requirements could be met. A safe dwelling place could temporarily emerge. Arab spoils of war could be had, additional territories annexed, and walls, bars, and gates could be swiftly taken down. Another important distinction between the prophecies of Ezekiel 38 and Psalm 83 is found in their differing motives. Psalm 82:12-13 declares that the Arab confederacy wants to destroy Israel in order to take over the Promised Land. The Ezekiel invaders will seek to take great plunder and the spoils of war (the oil). The two differ.The last important difference between the Psalm 83 War and the Ezekiel 37:10 is in the War of Gog & Magog the invaders are destroyed by fire and brimstone by God. The Psalm 83 War appears to show the Arab confederacy is defeated by the Israeli Army (IDF). This is in accordance with Ezekiel 25:14, Obadiah verse 18 and elsewhere in scripture. ConclusionThis concludes a look at the start of World War Three, the reasons for it, who wins and who loses. The increase worldwide today of anti-Semitism is another sign that the times are short and that the return of our lord in the rapture is at hand. In review then, the true Church must be removed before that great and terrible day of the Lord, for they do not suffer the wrath of God. There will be a pre-emptive strike by Israel, then a short protracted war that allows Israel to take spoils of war from the Arab confederacy while expanding their territory back to the original Promised Land. A seven year peace treaty is promised by the Anti-Christ that allows the Jews to rebuild the Temple and starts the seven year great tribulation countdown for the return of our savior. His return will start the 1000 year millennium of peace on earth where Jesus rules the world with a rod of iron from Davids throne in Jerusalem, evil will be locked up in the black abyss, and the bride of Christ will receive their just rewards of eternal life with many mansions. Oh come sweet Lord our future awaits.