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October 5, 2017

Synopsis of May 20, 2011.. The End Time Nations

Genesis 10:1-3, 6-7 – This is the family history of Shem, Ham, and Japheth, the sons of Noah. After the flood these three men had sons. The sons of Japheth were Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras. The sons of Gomer were Ashkenaz, Riphath, and Togarmah. The descendants of Ham: Cush, Egypt, Put, and Canaan. The descendants of Cush: Seba, Havilah, Sabtah, Raamah, and Sabteca. The descendants of Raamah: Sheba and Dedan.

The Sons:
Genesis chapter 10 gives us the family history of two of Noah’s sons and where they first settled. This becomes important when determining their modern relationship to Israel. These sons are the end times peoples who become Israel’s enemies. The third son, Shem, is the father of the Hebrews, and thus is not an enemy of Israel. The sons are:

  • The sons of Gomer, including Togarmah lived in the territory that comprises modern day Turkey.
  • The sons of Ashkenaz, the Ashkenazim, describes Jews from Germany, Austria, and Poland.
  • The sons of Magog, Tubal, and Meshech are Russians, along with people of the former “stans” of the Soviet Union.
  • The sons of Cush, settled in Arabia, Mesopotamia, and Assyria and from there parts of Africa. The African settlements would have included modern day Ethiopia, Somalia, and Sudan, and may have included Eritrea as well.
  • The sons of Put settled in ancient Libya, an area that includes modern Algeria and Tunisia.

The Main End Time Players of Ezekiel and Daniel:

  • Gog = Prince of Magog, or Ruler, or the man on top, or perhaps a demonic spirit (Ezekiel 38:1-14)
  • Gomer = one of Japheth’s sons; the Ashkenaz. Germany or Turkey. Turkey has formed an allegiance with Russia, Syria, Iran, and Lebanon
  • Magog = Scythians, of Indo-Aryan heritage. Emigrated from north of Israel going all the way to the Asiatic Circle. Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Afghanistan. All former republics of Soviet Union.
  • Rosh = Russia, the people living north of the Black Sea
  • Meshech and Tubal = most likely the former Soviet republics, or part of the present nation of Turkey.
  • Tyre = modern Lebanon
  • Persia = Iran, Persia until 1935 when it changed its name to Iran. Includes Afghanistan and Pakistan.
  • Ethiopia or Cush = Sudan, Ethiopia, possibly Eritrea. One of Noah’s sons: the descendants of Cush settled in Arabia, Mesopotamia, and Assyria, also in Africa in Ethiopia, Somalia, and Sudan, one of the major countries unfriendly to the west and Israel.
  • Libya or Put = another grandson of Noah. Libya, has formed an alliance with Russia. Foreshadow of Ezekiel 38 as Libya positions itself in Russia’s corner. May include Algeria and Tunisia.
  • Togarmath = Phrygia, a western kingdom in Asia Minor which was part of the geographical area we currently call modern Turkey. May also include Azerbaijan, Armenia.

All the above nations are Islamic nations, except Russia.

In geographic relation to Israel, the following observations can be made:

  • The Border States = Syria, Lebanon, northern Jordan.
  • Sheba and Dedan = Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, Kuwait, and United Arab Emirates.
  • Tarshish = Spain or England (the Western economic nations) The symbol of England is the Lion: its cubs include the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and African colonies.

Spheres of Power: Or, the most dominant power in a geographic region in relation to Israel.
The Biblical prophets predicted that in the end days, there would be four main superpowers (or spheres of power) in four geographic regions in relation to Israel. They are the King of the North and the King of the South – Daniel 11, the Kings of the East – Revelation 16, the King of the West – Jeremiah 25 & Revelation 13. The prophets further predicted that there would be alliances formed between some of these kings.

Conclusions
The End Time nations are all on stage today. Pay attention to the time frame. Individual prophecies can have multiple fulfillments.

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