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How will God "display His glory among the nations" in the context of Ezekiel 39?



      

Ezekiel 39:21

NIV - 21 I will display my glory among the nations, and all the nations will see the punishment I inflict and the hand I lay on them.

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Demonic spirits will inspire the rulers of the world to gather and fight against God. This is called the Battle of Armageddon (Rev 16:14-16). "Together they will wage war against the Lamb, but the Lamb will defeat them because He is Lord over all lords and King over all kings" (Rev 17:14). The evil and ungodly system of the world, called Babylon, will be fallen, and fallen forever! (Rev 18:2).

► Ezekiel 39 discusses the following "four-fold purpose of God in Armageddon": 
1. I will set My glory among the heathen. 
2. All the heathen will see My judgement that I have executed upon them (Ezek. 39:21). 
3. The house of Israel will know that I am Jehovah their God from that day and forward (Ezek. 39:22). 
4. The heathen will know that the house of Israel was defeated and went into captivity for their sins, and that I dealt with them accordingly (Ezek. 39:23-24).

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