Riots, Oil, Economic Collapse and Where?s it?s taking Us ? An EndTimeInfo Podcast

The uprisings, revolutions and demonstrations in the Middle East are not subsiding but rather spreading to more and more countries. The price of oil is skyrocketing giving another blow to a world economy that hasn’t been able to recover from the last crisis.

Johnny and Joseph Candel discuss the latest developments in the Middle East and talk about why we should keep our eyes on Egypt and certain Middle eastern countries.

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  1. Beloved ET Joe!
    I just hear your prophetic (very good!), “Riots, Oil, Economic Collapse and Where?s it?s taking Us ? An EndTimeInfo Podcast” (2011/03/03)

    I wanted to ask you (hope I’m not too “hairsplitting”):

    Daniel 8:9:
    “… And out of one of them came forth a little horn, which waxed exceeding great, toward the south, and toward the east, and toward the pleasant land.”

    –Tell me what you think. The way I usually teach it, is that the prophecy notably, skips “North & West”. Which, of course has a prophetic meaning.

    I’m looking now at the Middle East map. It really does not appear necessary for the prophecy to spell out, “Toward the pleasant Land” (Isr), Since Israel is EAST of Egypt. In fact, if we draw a longitudinal line from northern Egypt, say, Cairo, it will crosses right through Israel.
    But even if the prophecy wanted to make it double clear about Israel, still remains the fact that the geographical coordinates of the prophecy, importantly so, skip” the “North” direction!

    Since we know that the AC, is first of all, the “King of the North”, he must primarily grow in power there, as the “10 horns” & Magog” (EU & Russia), ae north of Isr.

    If the AC comes from Egypt, the prophecy, would have certainly added also: “…waxed exceeding great, toward the…” NORTH–Unless the AC COMES from the north.

    This seems to indicate that the AC will NOT arise from Egypt–at least, not according to this prophecy. The same reasoning seems to also apply to two more divisions of Alexander’s empire: Syria & Turkey; The AC growing in power in the “North”, would have had to be spelled out.

    That leaves only the 4th division of the empire: NORTH or Greece, as the logical starting point of the AC’s rise to power. What do you think?

    Old maps show that Alex’s empire extended, till north of Greece, onto the Black Sea, to what is today, Bulgaria, Romania & South Ucraine. The same area (Black & Caspian Seas), is marked, in some old maps, as MAGOG.

    Since Greece is today part of EU, and if Russia / Magog (as it appears probable), joins the EU, then that would be the area that best fits the prophetic description of the “Gog” coming from “Magog… prince of Meshec & Tubal”. These last two, are marked in all maps, as modern Turkey, “Togarmah” in Ezk 38.

    But… How do YOU see all this?!

    In the meanwhile, GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!

    Hebrews 6:10 For God is not unrighteous to forget your work and labour of love, which ye have shewed toward his name, in that ye have ministered to the saints, and do minister.

    Joseph Michael

    1. When Alexander died, his generals (called collectively the Diadochi) fought over his empire, dividing it to ?the four winds.? These weaker successor kingdoms were depicted as a four-headed leopard in Daniel 7:6. See also Daniel 8:8 & 22
      Beginning with Daniel 8:9, the prophecy suddenly jumps far into the future, to events of the Endtime. ?Out of one of them [the four notable horns] came a little horn which grew exceedingly great toward the south, toward the east, and toward the Pleasant Land [Israel].?
      ?Out of one of them [the kingdoms into which Alexander the Great’s empire fractured after his death] came a little horn which grew exceedingly great toward the south, toward the east, and toward the Pleasant Land? (Daniel 8:9).
      The angelic messenger who showed Daniel this vision made it unmistakably clear that this ?little horn? was to arise in the time of the end by saying so three times?in verses 17, 19, and 23.
      We know from a number of other scriptures, such as Daniel 7:8, that this ?little horn? is the soon coming world dictator known as the Antichrist. There is much in the Bible describing this man and his rule and reign, even though his reign is short?only seven years (Daniel 9:27).
      ?In the latter time of their kingdom [the Endtime, just prior to Jesus’ return], when the transgressors have reached their fullness, a king shall arise, having fierce features, who understands sinister schemes? (Daniel 8:23).
      Here Daniel refers to the Antichrist as ?a king having fierce features,? and in Daniel 11:21 as a ?vile person.? In 2 Thessalonians 2:3,8, the apostle Paul calls him the ?son of perdition? and ?the lawless one? (or ?the wicked one,? in other translations). In the book of Revelation he is the final embodiment of ?the Beast.?
      It?s not exactly clear in this passage or other scriptures which geographical part of Alexander?s empire the Antichrist will come from. Some people have speculated that he will come out of Egypt because of the three directions of his expansion??toward the south [Africa], toward the east [the Mideast and possibly Asia], and toward the Glorious Land.? To Jewish prophets like Daniel, the Pleasant Land could only mean Israel. The Scriptures also make it clear that the Antichrist will eventually invade Israel (Ezekiel chapter 38; Daniel 11:40-43).
      In other passages of scripture, however, the Antichrist is referred to as ?the king of the north? (Ezekiel 38:14-16; Daniel 11:40-43). In Ezekiel 38:2, the Antichrist is called ?Gog? of the land of Magog. He is the prince of Rosh, Meshech, and the place called Tubal, where he is said to come from. ?Ros? or ?Rus? is the name of the people who settled around the Volga River and from which the word ?Russia? is derived.
      How can the Antichrist possibly come from Egypt, yet eventually come from the north?Russia? Perhaps he comes from Egypt or has some strong connection to Egypt, but rises to power in Russia.
      At this point, where the Antichrist comes from is one of the great Endtime mysteries, but keep a watch on Egypt and Russia.
      Also, look at all the prophecies about Jesus? birth, about His coming to Earth. Some seemed contradictory, because He was supposed to be born in Bethlehem, yet He was supposed to be a Nazarene. He was also to come out of Egypt. These were all prophesied and seemed contradictory, yet all came true. How did this happen? It simply happened because each prophet sees a little portion of the tapestry, a few threads or a seam here and there. He sees a part of the puzzle, like seeing a section of the glorious stars in the night sky.

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