what Gog thought

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what Gog thought

Ezekiel 38:10-13 (JDV)

Ezekiel 38:10 ” ‘This is what the Lord Yahveh says: On that day, thoughts will arise in your mind, and you will devise an evil plan.
Ezekiel 38:11 You will say, “I will advance against a land of open villages; I will come against a tranquil people who are living securely, all of them living without walls and without bars or gates” –
Ezekiel 38:12 in order to seize plunder and carry off plunder, to turn your hand against ruins now inhabited and against a people gathered from the nations, who have been acquiring cattle and possessions and who live at the center of the world.
Ezekiel 38:13 Sheba and Dedan and the merchants of Tarshish with all its rulers will ask you, “Have you come to seize plunder? Have you mobilized your mob to carry off plunder, to make off with silver and gold, to take cattle and possessions, to seize plenty of plunder?” ‘

what Gog thought

No, that is not a typo. These are the thoughts that arose in the mind of Gog, as he was contemplating the attack on Israel. He saw a vulnerability that he wanted to take advantage of. He saw weakness and the plunder that could be his for the taking.

When evil men think thoughts like this, they need to know that there are powers in this world and above it that will hold them accountable for their crimes. As we keep reading, we will see that God will not allow Gog and his empire Magog to succeed.

About Jefferson Vann

Jefferson Vann is pastor of Piney Grove Advent Christian Church in Delco, North Carolina. You can contact him at marmsky@gmail.com -- !
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