The Prophet Ezekiel. Gog, Magog, and the Third World War.
Ezekiel was one of the four great prophets and son of the priest Buzi.
Eleven years before Jerusalem was totally destroyed by the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar’s army, there was another captivity in 597 BC, where the young Ezekiel is led to the great city of Babylon (2 Kings 23:36-37, 24:8-16 , 2 Chronicles 36:5-10). Until then there had been several captivities which were dismembering the people of Israel since the time of the Assyrians.
Ezekiel prophesied from exile and telling his countrymen to forget about returning to their homeland, as Jerusalem would soon be razed to the ground and should begin another 70-year period of captivity. For those present it was difficult to admit that God’s Temple (center of national worship) would be burned down, but God warned them to stop listening to false prophets—as there are always some—who were speaking about a false coming peace, prosperity, and prompt reconciliation. It was really a time to gather the badly seeded during years left behind.
Amid so much tragedy God reveals to the Prophet what would happen at the End of Times and the last invasion which would trigger the Third World War, followed by the establishment of everlasting righteousness and divine promise.
- Alejandro's Libros, July 2012
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