Strange Sandstorm Hits Turkey’s Capital After Threat To Attack Israel

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The president of the nation of Turkey threatened to attack Israel so to take Jerusalem, but then afterwards the capital city of Turkey was hit with a massive strange sandstorm that people said had never happened before.

Turkey’s President Erdogan, after turning the ancient Christian church Hagia Sophia into a muslim mosque, then said that Turkey would also liberate the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.

Meaning that Turkey would attack Israel and eject Israel from controlling Jerusalem where the al-Aqsa mosque is located on the Temple Mount.

But after Turkey’s President Erdogan threatened the attack on Israel to take Jerusalem, something very strange happened.

Where afterwards nature itself attacked Ankara, the capital city of  Turkey, with a massive sandstorm overwhelming the city.

As a spectacular and freakish sandstorm enveloped the capital city of Ankara with the Turkish capital’s mayor’s office and the Turkish General Directorate of Meteorology saying that the sandstorm had massive dust clouds with strong winds and lightning.

And it was also reported that strange lightning strikes came out of the sandstorm striking the ground and starting fires.

Eyewitnesses who experienced it said it was apocalyptic like being in a horror movie, with one eyewitness saying the “apocalyptic days of 2020 has now made its way to the Turkish capital.”

And another eyewitness said “2020 is an apocalyptic year with scary times”; and then one other said “this has never happened here before, that it’s like watching a horror movie.”

The media and eyewitness descriptions made this event sound like the displeasure of God striking at the capital of the nation of Turkey, after Turkey’s president threatened Israel with an attack to take Jerusalem.

And it is a sign forewarning Turkey of the very same thing that will happen to Turkey when they actually do attempt to attack Israel as prophesied in the Ezekiel chapter 38 prophecy.

Where the prophecy foretells that Turkey, calling it by its ancient tribal names of the house of Togarmah and Tubal, with other allies will attack Israel.

But the prophecy describes how the Lord God in His fury will cause nature to turn against them and attack them destroying their armies.

And right now in 2020, we have just had Turkey’s president threatening to invade Israel, and afterwards this massively spectacular and freakish sandstorm with wind and lightning, attacking their capital city, as nature itself turned on Turkey.

And this recent event, with such similar characteristics to the Ezekiel 38 prophecy, could be signs showing that the Ezekiel 38 Gog of Magog prophecy is nearing and forewarning that the current rhetoric and actions of Turkey will soon lead to its fulfillment.

These events and conditions happening now are warning signs pointing to the nearing fulfillment of the Last Days prophecies at the end of this age revealing it’s time to prepare now for the nearing appearance of Jesus Christ for His Church by being born again spiritually into the Kingdom of God as Jesus said we must (John 3) and His Apostles who were authorized (Matthew 16:19) described how (Acts 2).

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