NightTalker Radio Show 7/8/14

I had the opportunity to speak with Michael David McGuire recently on his NightTalker show. We spoke of ISIS, Bible prophecy, and what is going on in the Middle East. I thought it was a really good interview. Click here to listen.

27 Comments
  • Kaye
    Posted at 23:48h, 10 July

    Can’t get it to work. Does it need some special software?

  • Joel
    Posted at 00:09h, 11 July

    Once there, there is another link that says, Listen Here. Should work.

  • Troy
    Posted at 00:25h, 11 July

    Joel;

    Thanks for posting and congrats for getting the worst joke award…EVER! although…????? (You were not really reaching that deep into your list of possible possible candidates …although I am sure your guess was “born in America” and not in Turkey)

    That guy let you go and actually let you talk…and I think you were talking to a lot of non Christians from the sound of it. That is the way I have found this spreads faster.. talking to the old established guard (especially in my denomination) is like asking for a beating.

    Pray for you almost daily Joel… please stay encouraged in the Lord.. and know that what you are doing is extremely timely and important.

  • Joel
    Posted at 00:33h, 11 July

    Thanks Tray,

    Yes, largely a secular audience in the NYC area.

  • Henry
    Posted at 03:22h, 11 July

    Great interview Joel! Stay strong in The Lord!

  • Vernon
    Posted at 03:46h, 11 July

    Great interview Joel. Keep up the great work!

  • Casey
    Posted at 05:20h, 11 July

    Joel
    I have been reading Davidson’s book on the signpost and readin the mahdiwatch blog it is finally hitting about how the dynamics of the Middle East are playing out. Had no idea on how strong the Iranian IRGC and military was. All I ever heard was from Ron Paul was his declaring that they had no standing army. This was back in 2009.

  • Casey
    Posted at 05:25h, 11 July

    Also understanding that many imams will not recognize the caliphate until the Mahdi declares it.

  • Peter Hartgerink
    Posted at 10:49h, 11 July

    Hi Joel
    I have listened to part of the interview – not all of it – great opportunity to shed light on a topic that most Westerners (here in Canada as well) just don’t want to think about.

    In light of the theme of your interview, I wanted to ask you if you had noticed Jack Smith’s blog post from this morning “America in the crosshairs of ISIS?” Would be interested in your thoughts.

  • linda keyes
    Posted at 11:51h, 11 July

    Just struck me Joel, your books, and your declaration of a muslim antichrist,probably would be considered a hate crime, and may see you forbidden entry to the UK. God gave you favour on the air waves,the interview will have given many food for thought.

    Blessings.

  • Genia Cruise
    Posted at 15:02h, 11 July

    Great interview, Joel! By the way… This interview confirmed the answer to my question to you in my comment under The Last Shofar:). Thank you! At least I know it’s NOT Hillary Clinton lol!

  • Doug Hanley
    Posted at 01:28h, 12 July

    The Church as a whole is starting to wake up. The Church needs to walk in Power (Dunamis) and Wisdom. We need to be wise as serpents but as innocent as doves. The Holy Spirit was given freely to the Church and we need to walking His power. We need to cast off the things that bind and encumber us, make us ineffectual and impotent. The kingdom of God is forcefully advancing and forceful men lay hold of it.

  • mike
    Posted at 15:33h, 12 July

    Good insight on what we need to do as Americans, repent and turn back to the Lord. Under the Roman antichrist paradigm many believe America is doomed for destruction, the enemy has used this against us by diminishing our sense of patroism and belief God can and will use us in that final battle. We need to pray for our leaders even if we disagree with there political agendas anrd pray for Israel especially now in there time of need.

  • Peter Hartgerink
    Posted at 02:33h, 15 July

    Joel,

    Did you have a chance yet to look at the Jack Smith blog on ISIS and its possible significance? I’d be interested in your thoughts. Here is a link.

    http://tinyurl.com/ncp35gm

  • Kensme
    Posted at 00:28h, 16 July

    Joel,
    Jesus said the temple would be destroyed and not one stone left upon another. Then what value is the western wall? It must have been a Roman structure. Why has no one researched this controversy?

  • Joel
    Posted at 00:55h, 16 July

    I have not yet.

  • Steve
    Posted at 13:55h, 17 July

    Great interview Joel!… Kensme- It is part of the retaining wall of the Temple in the time of Jesus. Herod built up the whole area over many years, if I remember right. The Temple In Bible Prophecy by Randall Price, is like a everything you wanted to know about the Temples, and were afraid to ask book. It’s been awhile since I read it, and he is Pre-trib, but has some good stuff in there IMO. 🙂

  • Nelson
    Posted at 02:18h, 18 July

    Steve, Kensme,

    I have always believed as Kensme has said, that Jesus’ words indicated the Dome of Rock is not on the site of the Temple. If it is discovered that the true Temple site is not controlled by Islam, then building of a new temple by Israel will be much easier politically. One must remember that Israel does not believe the words of our Savior as prophetic, so they are not influenced by Matt. 24:2. They will be influenced however, by overwhelming archeological evidence.

    Obviously it is another example of us seeing thru a glass darkly. We can’t put all the pieces together just yet. Jesus’ command to “watch therefore,” becomes paramount.

  • Steve
    Posted at 12:55h, 18 July

    Nelson, Kensme,
    I don’t know if I made it clear, I meant the Temple mount retaining wall. Yes I have read also that the Temple proper is not under the Dome of The Rock, but the whole area on top- the platform was enlarged by the Herods to make more room for his expansion. The Jews pray at the lower part of the orginal retaining retaining wall. I read the book many years ago, and I believe he goes into all of this. I don’t retain things very well in my old brain cell, but I am pretty sure this is what the “wailing wall” is. If some one else can clarify, that would be great! 🙂

  • Nelson
    Posted at 23:58h, 18 July

    Prof. James D. Tabor, Dept. of Religious Studies, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, has a thesis that the wailing wall is part of the Antonia Fortress where Jesus was tried. His thesis is that the site of the first 2 temples is 600 yards south of the Dome of the Rock. He bases this on Josephus primarily.

    My opinion? I haven’t researched it enough to be sure. If a temple is to be rebuilt it makes earthly sense it wouldn’t be on the site of the Dome of the Rock. Nothing is impossible with God however. I chose to watch.

  • Nelson
    Posted at 00:04h, 19 July

    I misinformed you. The “original’ thesis is by Earnest L. Martin. Sorry. Tabor supported it.

  • Steve
    Posted at 13:32h, 19 July

    Nelson,
    Never read anything like that, thanks for the heads up! Yeah,it will be a God thing when the Temple is started for sure-where ever the foundation is laid-I’m watching too. Israel is sure in a corner now with Hamas, world opinion is sure against Her. Come quickly Lord Jesus!

  • shawn
    Posted at 19:55h, 19 July

    have you guys seen this?
    https://ia802500.us.archive.org/24/items/dbq01_desktop_en/dbq01_desktop_en.pdf

    Mahdiwatch.org (Timothy R. Furnish, PH.D.) reports the release by the Islamic State of its first issue of Dabiq Magazine, The Return of Khalifah, on the first day of Ramadan, this past Monday, July 14, 2014 (Muslim year 1435). According to Furnish, the overriding purpose of this first issue is “to legitimize the new caliphate, motivate the faithful, and reach out to (primarily) Western Muslims.”

  • Christine
    Posted at 13:25h, 20 July

    Great job! Praying you get many more opportunities to share.

  • good4u
    Posted at 23:40h, 20 July

    Joel,

    I know this post is very off topic and my apologies…but the timing of the heightened Mideast conflict escalations with Israel and Hamas and the passing of the first blood moon on the most recent Passover got me speculating. The first blood moon of the tetrad has passed and tradition holds that a blood moon on a Jewish holiday is a very bad sign for either Israel and/or the Jews. Your Twitter account (and your colleagues) are full of occurrences of international animosity against Jewish communities including here in the USA. And of course, it is notwithstanding the very public military conflict going on now between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

    It will be worth watching to see if this trend will worsen for our Jewish brethren and the State of Israel as the second blood moon on Sukkoth comes up in October and what might transpire for them as the Autumnal season progresses and early Winter begins. Of course, we will have to be objective and not read to much into the prophetic tea leaves, per se. And we here in the West are not immune to God’s disciplining hand either and IF the blood moon tetrad is a harbinger, the west’s turn will be in 2015. This is all very fascinating and we should be paying attention for correlations. Praying for God’s will to be done and peace in his holy city.

    Just my musings…

    Blessings!

  • Bo
    Posted at 01:09h, 22 July

    Hey Joel- When is that DVD coming out that you are doing with WND?

  • Michael McCullough
    Posted at 13:16h, 22 July

    Funny to hear you say you were a “bad boy,” Joel. It gives me hopel

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