Trend Update: Russia (Magog)/Israel, Ezekiel 38-39, December, 2015

Ezekiel 39:4-6 You shall fall on the mountains of Israel, you and all your hordes and the peoples who are with you. I will give you to birds of prey of every sort and to the beasts of the field to be devoured. You shall fall in the open field, for I have spoken, declares the Lord God.  I will send fire on Magog and on those who dwell securely in the coastlands, and they shall know that I am the Lord.

At some point in the future, Russia is prophesied to invade Israel. The results are noted above in Ezekiel 39:4-6. See Ezekiel 38-39 for complete details.

The Bible and ancient historians point to the fact the land of Magog is modern day Russia. Gog is their leader. See attached post.


Initially, Vladimir Putin had indicated there would be no boots on the ground in Syria. A US official stated seven Russian T-90 tanks were noted at an airport in the coastal town of Latakia, Syria. A Kuwaiti news source has identified Russian troops in the area. Russian naval presence has increased in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Syria. As of November 29, 2015, Putin has ordered 150,000 troops into Syria to eliminate ISIS.

Russia has announced it will deploy the S400 Missile Defense System to Syria. The missiles are designed to take out enemy aircraft and cruise missiles. It has a range of approximately 250 miles. It can reach targets at an altitude of 90,000 feet. Military experts consider this a game changer in the conflict. The system has reaching capabilities into northern Israel. The system also places US aircraft in potential danger. A warship is being deployed off the coast of Syria. It is equipped with an anti-aircraft missile system as well.

Electronic jamming devices are being introduced by the Russians. Their purpose is to prevent attacks like Turkey’s downing of a Russian fighter jet. This is designed to affect weapons and radar systems.

The trend is intact and gaining steam, so the Russian military buildup continues…

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