In your article, “Let’s talk Turkey” I believe you state our need to watch for Turkey to be blessed as she has blessed Israel. I believe that you state that Turkey prevents the war of Ezekiel at this time and we should watch Turkey. I find it interesting that Israel has shown to Turkey plans, photos of the current bridge construction outside of the Temple Mount, yet they state they are not sure of the safety to the Muslem holy sites so Israel wants a team from Turkey to go there to inspect it. I just wonder what significance this may have in relation to your article.
You have visited the seven churches in Turkey which are spoken of in the Book of Revelation. Paul spread the gospel to many cities in Turkey and wrote some of his best letters to the churches in Turkey, and the disciples were first called Christians (Acts 11:26) in Antioch – which is in Turkey. Considering Jesus said that the gates of Hades shall not prevail against the church (Matt 16:18), why is Turkey so predominantly Islam?
I have enjoyed reading your articles for many years now…I have a question on this week’s article–you did not mention Turkey in the respective ‘groups’ and I was wondering what part, or which group they may end up being with, in these confederations.
Once you had an article on the breaking of the Israel-Turkey Alliance. Recent articles in the Jerusalem Post and other news sources talk about the current strife between Turkey and Israel. Is this more evidence of that?
I think you said somewhere that Turkey has to change sides in the future and I can’t remember if you mentioned a future election that might sway things…Anyway, if you did, I just read that Turkey is having an Election Sunday. I assume the Government is presently secular and they fear that it could become Islamic, if I’m getting that right? Would the result have any bearing on Prophecy?
Commentary by Jack Kelley
The two kings, with their hearts bent on evil, will sit at the same table and lie to each other, but to no avail, because an end will still come at the appointed time. (The Bible’s definition of diplomacy, from Daniel 11:27)