“Ezekiel Watch” is now available!

Now available on the Kindle/Nook/iPad!

My newest non-fiction book is now ready for download! The book is called “Ezekiel Watch – Then They Shall Know”, a study/commentary on the regathering of Israel in Ezekiel 36-37, the Magog Invasion prophecy of Ezekiel 38-39, and the approaching Psalm 83/Jeremiah 49 wars.

Ezekiel Watch

Ezekiel Watch - Then They Shall Know

The synopsis for “Ezekiel Watch” is:

It’s been said that Israel is God’s timepiece – and today that clock is ticking faster than ever before. As stability in the Middle East, Europe, and America continues to deteriorate, many people are increasingly fearful and are wondering what’s going to happen next. This book examines the prophetic events of Ezekiel 36-39, the apparent precursor to those events (Psalm 83), and the recent history of Israel and the Middle East.

Many of the world events of today can be viewed as the maneuvering of game-pieces on a chessboard, with pawns on either side being conquered and removed, as the major players are moving into their final positions. And though there are wars and riots breaking out all over the world, the first of the significant End Times events has yet to occur: Ezekiel 38-39. The exciting, sobering aspect of this particular prophecy is that it appears to be on our very-near horizon, and could be literally fulfilled within our lifetimes.

The Ezekiel 38-39 prophecy describes in detail a massive attack known as the “Magog Invasion” on Israel by Russia, Iran, and the other Islamic nations of the Middle East and then God’s intervention on Israel’s behalf. This attack occurs when Israel has been regathered to her native homeland, which was unimaginable before 1948.

But before the Magog Invasion occurs, another war may transpire first: the Psalm 83 War.

“Ezekiel Watch” is available on the Kindle, Nook, iPad, and other eBook readers/distributors.


About Chris Hambleton

Chris resides in Cape Canaveral, Florida, where he is employed as a software developer and consultant. He has authored more than a dozen books, as well as developed several websites, software applications, and written software-related articles. His other interests include traveling, hiking, running, studying the Bible, reading American history and politics, and literally devouring good fiction books.
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