The Underground Episode 52: Understanding Egypt’s Strategic Role in these Last Days

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  • Linda
    Posted at 16:38h, 11 September

    Being unable to attend church this morning, this was a wonderful sermon!

  • Jeff Marshall
    Posted at 17:09h, 11 September

    Good stuff Joel.

    I totally agree on the “Political Messianic Savior” fallacious line of thinking. Honestly, I see MOSTLY 2 errors when discussing these things with believers, online, etc.:

    1.) It is not for believers to engage in politics (even voting) AT ALL & doing such implies some wrong “trusting & mingling with the kingdom’s of this world”, etc. A total separatist point of view.

    2.) “Trump is God’s answer & will make all of our dreams as Americans come true again”.

    Both are incomplete, unBiblical (I believe), unbalanced & fallacious by degrees.

    While I don’t think it’s sinful to vote (nor to not vote if that’s what one feels led to do) & I certainly think there’s a difference between Trump & Hillary (you could look at several issues but abortion is the first litmus test in my eyes in line with the heart of God, His Word, etc.) & will personally be voting for Trump (who NEVER would have been my first choice, but now it is what it is), to think he’s going to “make America Great Again” like some kind of savior is not only naive, but dangerously fallacious thinking for a believer with an eternal, spiritual & Biblical worldview.

    America needs the church to rise up, pray, repent, seek God, preach the Gospel, Go &/or support the work of going in the earth (missions), face fears & prejudices within the heart & love our enemies with the Gospel & prayer, etc. & quit “playing church” or being self-absorbed. And I think alongside that would come a harvest of the lost into the kingdom of God. So freedom from persecution & the liberty to live peacefully as believers & share Christ boldly without being hassled (& all the while promoting the culture of infanticide in abortion) is important & a worthy goal. But thinking Trump is a “savior” is dangerous & terribly unbiblical (& as I said, I think naive & undiscerning).

    Bottom line is that we need to be crying out, praying & fasting, reaching out to the lost with the Gospel & trusting God to bring forth fruit in His sovereignty in whatever way He seems good (Romans 8:28).

    Enjoyed the episode. Love to be connected & informed in this way with so many of our brethren in all these places God is moving in the earth. Keep it coming Bro!
    In Jesus,
    Jeff

  • Karen Rice
    Posted at 22:07h, 11 September

    Very informative and encouraging!

  • Jeanne T.
    Posted at 23:30h, 11 September

    Isaiah 19:18 “In that day five cities in Egypt will speak the language of Canaan and swear allegiance to the Lord Almighty. One of them will be called the City of the Sun.”

    What a fascinating interview, particularly the mention of Hatshepsut (aka Nefure), the daughter of Thutmoses 1/Amenhotp 1, the Pharaoh at the time of Moses’ birth, and the princess who found Moses and raised him as her own. Just this week I was watching a documentary about the Exodus and reading about this history (http://www.wyattnewsletters.com/exodus/ex08.htm).

  • Mechelle
    Posted at 14:39h, 12 September

    What a very interesting and informative interview! To see the Egyptian Christians are preparing and learning Hebrew now is so encouraging. As you have mentioned before that believers are also preparing safe houses as well is so prophetic! I am encouraged, but also afraid for the coming events for my brothers and sisters in Christ. However, I know these things must take place before the Lord returns. Nadia seems to have such a confidence and peace that these things will come. I am comforted, but will also pray for them and the church as a whole to prepare.

  • Hyun J. Kim
    Posted at 14:57h, 12 September

    God bless Nadia and the Egypt church! We will be praying for them, amen.

  • Willem van den Heuvel
    Posted at 10:03h, 13 September

    How do we prepare for the coming of Christ? What does it mean for my everyday life?

  • Jada Ishida
    Posted at 17:14h, 13 September

    I would LOVE for you expound on what we need to do to prepare the Bride of Christ; what the church SHOULD look like upon Christ’s return.
    The Sad truth is, many churches have turned to the Prosperity gospel and many of the lay people have only heard that message. Or, they have spent their time arguing and pressing certain doctrines that are really irrelevant to HIS RETURN.
    So, if the pastors are not going to preach the “truth”, how does the lay person gather the truth so they can present it themselves? (to friends and family…maybe even their Pastor). Would you be willing to give some direction for that?
    Also, your guest referred to Christ’s return and rule on earth (no PRE rapture). Many “Jewish Traditions” will be reinstate at that time, such as sacrifices and feasts. So should we be practicing those things now? (That is an issue now in churches, to follow the Levitical laws,feast etc.). Just curious if you have a take on any of this.

    Thanks
    (hope it makes sense)

  • Chuck
    Posted at 05:56h, 14 September

    Hi Joel,
    You mentioned that some see Africa in biblical prophecies as a support to Israel. I tried looking this up on the internet and couldn’t find anything. Can you give a couple scriptures or references please?
    God bless,
    Chuck

  • Esther
    Posted at 18:37h, 15 September

    Did she say Israel is the Bride? Are Christians who believe in Jesus part of the bride too? Or is the bride the city Jerusalem? I know it’s wrong to replace Israel but aren’t Christians who are grafted in part of the promises to Israel?

  • Celeste Fiddes
    Posted at 23:27h, 17 September

    Nadia- I have always felt that the Kingdom is here and now and coming too. I always felt in my gut that it would be here on earth as well as in Heaven in the Time to Come. I have never been able to study it out or explain it from scripture. Could you please bless me with some references which explain that as you said our souls will be here on earth in the Reign of Yeshua and His Kingdom here, vs. the common belief and teaching – believers/bride is raptured and those alive remain on earth and worship from here. Amazing! Thank you. This interview was incredible.

  • Lynn
    Posted at 13:20h, 18 September

    Amazing!
    Israelis in Egypt as a place of refuge?!
    Who would have thought….
    Certainly gives one a lot to think about…..

    Her strength and conviction, coming from a place of knowing Him in that difficult situation, is such an example to me.
    To hear that she and others in the Middle East, pray for Israel is such a blessing always.
    So many in the West don’t, and perhaps it’s because they don’t have the understanding of just how Israel/Jerusalem/Middle Eastern centric the Bible is?

    Thank you for the opportunity to hear Believers like her.

    Bless the Lord.

  • Kerry
    Posted at 03:03h, 19 September

    I thought there was so much in this video. I have listened to it three times. Thank you so much. Nadia you have such faith!

  • Greg Parker
    Posted at 02:04h, 26 September

    Joel – such a timely interview. I remember Nadia from your earlier DVD. A real prophetess in the midst of the Egyptian believers. So much to digest. Both this and the interview with Reggie are right of the top of the list of interviews as providing real meat to the Lord’s people. I hope and pray your “messages” like this continue to grow in circulation as part of the work the Lord is doing to awaken His people here in the US and the Western World.
    I really loved her focus on preparing the Lord’s people for His coming. Some of the folks above asked what that means. This speaks volumes and needs volumes to be spoken, but I’m so very thankful that there is so much out there today to answer the need. “He who has ears let him hear what the Spirit is speaking to the Churches”. Praise to the Lord Nadia’s speaking and your speaking is part of that Voice of the Spirit.
    You are in our prayers.

  • Tim Roy
    Posted at 05:19h, 04 October

    Joel is right on with his teachings,as we get closer to the end the same Sprit that has led you to salvation through Jesus, is going to start, and has already started to impress upon us the heart of a virgin bride, you begin to sense changes in how you view things,God the father becomes Papa, a loving father in law,that cherishes spend time with you and telling you about his son in whom he is very pleased. you start to see all people as his and your heart goes out to them because he cares so and most care not.Each person becomes one of his treasures and you feel his pain when one is lose, there is to much more for here.

  • Márcia Carrilho
    Posted at 20:09h, 06 October

    Joel, God bless you!! Reading your articles I can see how Jesus is really been generous with his church! Thank you Lord Jesus about that.
    But I have a doubt: how do you explain the prophecies of Naum, when it says that is from Nineveh that the antichrist is coming?

  • kaye
    Posted at 23:13h, 11 October

    Who are the maskalines you talk about that will be able to interpret Daniel in the end times and are they only Jewish? I know I didnt spell maskalines correctly and I can’t google correct spelling because I’m not quite sure how to pronouce the word . Thx Kaye

  • Joel
    Posted at 03:40h, 12 October

    Maskalim

  • kaye
    Posted at 23:47h, 12 October

    http://www.kjvbible.org/daniel.html I found this article interesting and thought provoking thought you might enjoy it.

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