The Christ in Prophecy Journal

Radio Week: Turkey Joins the Gog-Magog Alliance


In December I was interviewed by Jeff Shell and Lee Michaels of the KKMS Live! radio show out of the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. During their Biblical Prophecy Hour we discussed the coming Ezekiel 38-39 Gog-Magog Battle, particularly how Turkey’s recent switching sides from Israel to Iran aligned Turkey into that prophetic alliance.

Listen to how well the prophetic end time players are falling into position, resulting in a soon coming war that will reshape the world as we know it! (The mp3 has edited out the commercials and is 41 minutes.)

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Dr. Nathan E. Jones

As the Internet Evangelist at Lamb & Lion Ministries, Nathan reaches out to the over 4.5 billion people accessible over the Internet with the Good News of Jesus Christ. He also co-hosts the ministry's television program Christ in Prophecy and podcast The Truth Will Set You Free.

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  • Nathan,

    Occasionally, I run across a new post on older threads long thought to be dead, after poking around the articles on the right side-bar, and I couldn't help wondering… Is there a page / grid [like on your facebook forum] that shows the latest comments on the various articles / threads posted here or is this a feature that is only available to you in the Command Chair?

    PS. I hope you're not planning on going all radio / MP3 on us, otherwise I'd have to upgrade to a sound card and speakers and other weird hi-tech stuff…

  • That'd be a cool feature, Dr! I'll have to see if there's a widget that does that.

    When you subscribe to the RSS feed on the right you can choose comments as well as articles. That's how I keep up on comments.

  • thunder lays the gauntlet down…
    "Douglas Adams? …no culture? …greatest science fiction epics of all time…"


    Ok, sonny, challenge on – you apparently don't know of the Great E.E. "Doc" Smith and the classic "Lensman Series"!

    I had no idea how so many GREAT SciFi writers and Film makers had been influenced by him until I saw some kind of an interview, or documentary program a yr or 2 ago where -Gene Roddenberry, Steven Spielburg, George Lucas -and so many more, all said that it was the Lensman Series that got them started and inspired their works!

    E.I. asked: …does ‘Vogonity’, perchance, have something to do with the alien race of Vogon in ‘Hitchhikers Guide’?

    Yes, 'vogonity' is their atrocious and boring poems…

  • Obviously this audio is not very important and I can disregard it!

    Being deaf does that you know.

    God made me deaf for a reason so if your radio thing was important, you would provide a accurate transcript for it. Since you don't caption or provide transcript for any of your video or radio program, I can only conclude that they are meaningless to me and other deaf/hearing impaired people in our understanding and relationship to Jesus and God.

    How about giving some consideration to those of us who doesn't hear too well please.

    Deaf Guy

  • I sympathise unreservedly for the deaf; however the radio programme is a boon to the poor sighted as there is no braille on a screen – yet!

    I marvel at how those who are both deaf and blind manage?

  • Hello tpriedman

    You are right about there being a Gog Magog battle in Rev. 20 . If you prayerfully and carefully compare the Scriptures they are quite different events. The Ezekiel Gog Magog scenario is very different to the one at the end of the 1000 years in Revelation.

    e.g. Ezekiel 38/39 occurs when Israel has seven months to bury bodies and seven years to clear up the weapons. Rev. 20 is the end of all things; time ends, so there is no space for seven months burial let alone seven years for Israel to burn weapons for fuel.

    In Ezekiel the armies are limited in number and named mainly from the area of the middle east; led by Gog (Russia) from the north, and Satan is still active. Rev. 20 is after Satan is loosed from the pit and stirs up armies from the four corners of the whole world. Fire comes down from God and consumes them by fire. In Ezek the armies are destroyed on the mountains of Israel.

  • The enemies of Israel have nothing to fear, they continue to arm rapidly in preparation for war, with no fear of reprisals. These enemies know full well that the United State nor Israel are willing to confront them and result in the destabilization of the region. The economic price they site is too great. Indeed as the Prophet Ezekiel identifies clearly, Israel is slumbering and dwelling carelessly, pressured by the U.S. not to act on the security of their nation.

  • Thanks Nathan for the link to the transcripts! 🙂

    I really appreciate your and Dr Regan's good works!

    Deaf Guy


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