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No one knows the day or the hour of the future Christian Great Disappearance, a.k.a. the Rapture.

But there is one country that shows you when it’s getting close.

Russia.

Why?

There’s a prophecy in the 38th and 39th chapters of Ezekiel that describes a future event.

In the prophecy, Russia leads a coalition of many (including Iran) to invade Israel.  The Bible says it will happen in the “latter days” and, unfortunately for the coalition, Israel wins.

But let’s be honest.  There’s no realistic way tiny Israel can beat a coalition of Russia, Iran, and about three other countries by itself.  God Himself defeats them.

But what does this prophecy have to do with the Rapture?

A whole lot.

You see, this battle (called the War of Magog or something similar) will likely occur after the Rapture.

So when you see signs of its fulfillment, you can know the Rapture is close.

So, What’s the Latest with this Prophecy?

Just yesterday, Russia delivered a bunch of missiles and fighter jets to Iran.

Basically, Russia and Iran will ink a contract later this year with the understanding Russia will provide arms to Iran.  In 2010, Russia terminated a previous contract with Iran under international pressure.

The contract, however, will be renewed.

And on Wednesday, British fighter jets were scrambled to intercept two Russian bombers that were flying in UK airspace.

Apparently, this isn’t the first time this has happened.

What is Russia’s motivation behind such actions?

Why are they supplying Iran with weapons?

Why are they flying in off-limits airspace?

According to God, Russia will gain significance in the last days.  It will become a world power player and serve as a signpost that our Great Disappearance may be close at hand.

I don’t know about you, but I’m getting ready.

Be sure to join us as we keep an eye on Biblically-significant world events.  Until then, be blessed!

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