In a recent interview with Charisma News, renowned Nephilim expert L.A. Marzulli delved into the prophetic pulse of the Middle East, particularly in Israel, shedding light on potential biblical implications and the uncertainties that lie ahead.
Marzulli expressed a cautious outlook, emphasizing that it is too early to interpret current events in the volatile region definitively. Referencing biblical prophecies such as Psalm 83, Isaiah 17, Ezekiel 38 and Jeremiah’s prophecy which may well take place in Iran, Marzulli highlighted the potential significance of these occurrences in the context of end-time scenarios.
“Anything is possible, and everything is kind of looming [right now],” explains Marzulli. “We don’t know. So, you know, we just sit there and watch. I don’t make predictions because the Lord’s not telling me, giving me, anything.”
The expert’s insights centered on the evolving geopolitical landscape in the Middle East. He pointed to the destruction of Damascus, foretold in Isaiah 17, and the subsequent expansion of Israel’s borders as outlined in Psalm 83. Marzulli underscored the intricate dynamics involving Russia, Turkey and other nations in the Ezekiel 38 prophecy, emphasizing the importance of understanding the geopolitical shifts and historical contexts.
“We see just recently Russia and Libya talking about warm water ports and all this. The wildcard is Turkey. Anything’s possible with Turkey,” Marzulli warns. “The idea of the Ottoman Empire being cut up by the Brits and the French at the end of World War One, combining that with the Balfour Declaration. …When the Ottoman Empire is being carved up, that’s why the Jews get Palestine. Because everybody else got all the other land around it.”
Drawing attention to the ongoing tensions in the region, Marzulli touched on the possibility of the scenarios escalating, particularly if Iran and Hezbollah become actively involved. He speculated on the potential outcomes, intertwining biblical prophecies with contemporary geopolitical events.
“I think there’s the possibility, when you look at the prophetic pulse of what’s going on in the Middle East, the possibility of Psalm 83; the destruction of Damascus, if Israel goes up and destroys Damascus all hell is going to break loose,” says Marzulli. “…And we know from Ezekiel 38, that God Himself shows up, so this is different.”
As tensions continue to rise in the Middle East, Marzulli’s insights offer a unique perspective that intertwines biblical prophecy with contemporary geopolitical realities. The interview serves as a thought-provoking exploration of the prophetic implications of current events and the uncertainty that shrouds the region’s future. As believers watch and wait, the convergence of biblical prophecy and geopolitical developments remains a topic of profound significance and discernment.
James Lasher is Staff Writer for Charisma Media.