• Melissa Fulford
    Posted at 01:13h, 17 August

    Hello Joel, I would like to thank you for continuing to shed light on the plight of Christians in the Middle East and the need for the Gospel to be brought to the Muslim peoples. I am excited to say that a missionary friend of mine and my husband spoke at our church this past Sunday. He’s been in Nineveh for 3.5 yrs now (with his wife and kids) as God led him and a small group of believers to open up a house of prayer there. He was sharing with the church about how God is literally letting them see Is. 19 v. 21-25 come to pass before their eyes. Iranians, Egyptians and Israelis are coming together in prayer, fasting and worship and then going back out into the field. If you have the time, please check out their website. freedomtocaptives.com
    We truly are living in amazing times and my heart is so stirred to see Jesus transform these peoples with His truth and love. It is quite amazing and a blessing to hear these testimonies. Thank you again for your work!

  • Joel
    Posted at 01:17h, 17 August

    Hi Melisa,

    Oh yeah, we are friends. Love it!

  • Michael P
    Posted at 02:43h, 17 August

    Another great episode. I will definitely get Chris’s book and continue to pray for my brothers and sisters as well as Muslims to come to know Jesus. I also would encourage other to donate to GCM. Thanks again Joel.

  • good4u
    Posted at 15:52h, 17 August

    Keep doing what your doing, Joel. Why? Because your platform makes a positive difference to your viewers, the church and to the unreached muslim world. Those who detract from that mission God has given you will be dealt with in God’s time. Focus on what matters and God will deal with the lesser things. Amen!


  • Jeff Marshall
    Posted at 17:27h, 17 August

    Good stuff as always bro! I got Chris’ book from him when he shared at OneKing in Jerusalem. My oldest son is reading it right now. Also, I’ll say if anyone hasn’t read Tom Doyle who Chris mentions, I would say his “Dreams & Visions” (Real testimonies of How God is reaching the Islamic world) & “Killing Christians, Where it isn’t safe to believe” are required reading for serious believers. All my kids have read Dreams & Visions & we listened to the audiobook of Killing Christians as a family on a drive to visit family in Dallas. Sobering, humbling, heart-wrenching & encouraging all at the same time. Anyways, good stuff as always brother. You have some great guests on. And I concur with the previous comments: your platform is having tremendous impact here in the USA. Has in my life/walk/ministry. Stay humble & stay at it bro! Will continue to pray for you, “my favorite heretic” lol ????
    God Bless,

  • Steven Vance
    Posted at 20:53h, 18 August

    I have bought your books and watched your presentations for a little while now. I was wondering, is there any book which puts all the End Times Scriptural prophecies together with possible fulfillments, sort of like a reference tool?
    Just wondering. It would be cool if there were a book that took each End Time prophecy and outlined it as well as looked at different possible fulfillments of each prophecy…

  • Joel
    Posted at 21:47h, 18 August

    John Walvoord has one, but I would disagree obviously with some of his interpretations. Every Prophecy of the Bible. Quite a big book.

  • Steven Vance
    Posted at 04:30h, 19 August

    Thanks Joel!

  • Amelia
    Posted at 13:43h, 19 August

    Hi Joel. Quick question. Let me know if there is a better way to ask a question. It seems to me when I read about Gog and Magog in Ezekiel and Revelation that they are both speaking about the time at the end of the 1000year reign. I’m confused why their is so much discussion about it being at the end of this age. Both passages seem to be a description of a time after Israel has been brought back to the land and has found peace ( seems very clear in Rev . Why can’t Ezekiel be referring to the same thing? Thanks, Amelia

  • Joel
    Posted at 14:22h, 19 August


    The Gog Magog of Ezekiel is before the millennium, as is clear from the context. The dog Magog mentioned in Revelation is at the end of the millennium. I did a video on this issue here:


    I hope that is helpful.

  • Lisa
    Posted at 05:50h, 20 August

    Hi, Joel!
    This was great! I look forward to each episode and got others doing it as well. You’re my go-to guy. I have read Killing Christians and I can’t get some of the images out of my head. It’s so heart wrenching but so encouraging. These people are not afraid! After watching Jesus Revolution I really want to go to the heart of the Middle East now. I want to see God’s action, I want to meet believers like them. I want to believe like them and have that on fire faith. I can’t believe how many people God is reaching through dreams, it’s amazing!

  • David Seregow
    Posted at 22:16h, 21 August

    Hi Joel:

    Thank you for your excellent work and the clarity you bring to eschatology.

    I read this in the “Turkey Pulse:”

    “Like Moscow, Tehran is capitalizing on the favorable Turkish mood toward Iran because of its immediate support for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling Justice and Development Party as the coup attempt unfolded July 15th.” (8/18/16)

    With Turkey seeming to move closer to Russia (and Syria and away from NATO?), do ypu see this as more motivation for Iran, in spite of the above quote, to begin to exert its desire to be the middle east leader as per Daniel 8?

    Thank you.

  • Joel
    Posted at 11:08h, 22 August

    Iran already has 100,000 troops in Iraq.

  • Amelia
    Posted at 14:37h, 22 August

    Thanks Joel! Enjoyed the teaching. Definitely believe in an Islamic antichrist. Also have one other thought that I would love for you to mull over. As we tie this end time message to the missions movement, consider how Revelation 14:6/7 totally reference back to Matthew 24:14. The Eternal Good News is He is coming back! That is what we are inviting all to be part of and to be prepared for “The Bridegroom, King and Judge”. The Great Wedding”. That makes eschatology not an odd sideline but you are proclaiming the Good News and calling people to be prepared. Thanks for the clarity of your message!

  • Joel
    Posted at 18:39h, 22 August


  • Marcus Maddox
    Posted at 23:00h, 22 August

    Would someone please tell me how to get and use the links to scripture quotes Amelia uses in her post above
    What a neat and efficient way to communicate and share The Word of God with others !
    Thanks so much if you can help me in this way.

  • linda keyes
    Posted at 08:31h, 23 August


    Don’t laugh too loud, but I used to try and post without getting those little Ls at the side of a scripture ref, until I accidentally touched one and realised what they were. (I was new to posting on the net)

    You just have to present the scrip reference as Amelia does and they will just appear, it’s set up on the sight.

  • Marcus Maddox
    Posted at 20:33h, 23 August

    Thanks for the info Linda.
    Good thinking Joel.
    John 3:16

  • Chuck
    Posted at 22:39h, 23 August

    Joel, I have never seen a direct statement on this site whether you are pre, mid, or post-trib. Can you please direct me to something that explains your position on the timing of our ‘meeting him in the air’? I have never followed why people think its pre or mid-trib because we know he returns at the conclusion of the Ezekiel 38/39 battle. It’s always seemed strange to think we are translated from this world 3.5 or 7 years before he returns…I have never noticed a clear statement of pre or mid in my Bible reading. But I have never really studied it.
    Thanks for your help.

  • Joel
    Posted at 00:04h, 24 August

    Hi Chuck,

    I have said many times I am Pre-Wrath.

  • Jay
    Posted at 20:30h, 25 August

    Hi Joel,

    Here is the interview Chris Mitchell gave on the 700 Club on August 25(Thursday)concerning his new book, “ISIS, Iran and Israel: What You Need to Know about the Current Mideast Crisis and the Coming Mideast War.”


    Blessings, Jay

  • Gary Chappelle
    Posted at 13:55h, 27 August

    Hi Joel. All the players in the Middle East and their agendas get confusing at times. I hear some people say that Turkey and Saudi Arabia are at odds with one another, while others say they are working together. Seems like that Turkey is arming and helping ISIS to overthrow Assad in Syria. We know Iran and Russia are propping up Assad. Where is Saudi Arabia’s position on Assad? Just interested to know what your take is on this.

  • Joel
    Posted at 02:38h, 28 August

    Saudi is opposed to Assad. They support the Sunni rebels in Syria.

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