I'll disagree with this one too. Since when have "all other invasions been discounted as far as different times for that invasion to have taken place"? They have not been. A quick Google search on the topic will show you this. I think, as the Bible states, certain things were sealed up until the time of the end. We're nearing that time and have much better biblical understanding of what to expect.There is a big difference between I suspect or surmise which means to to believe to be guilty on little or no evidence.
I could do something like that if I wished but I did not.
One of the most prolific prophecy writers, J Dwight Pentecost, has presented the scenario of a mid tribulation invasion of Israel.
All other invasions have been discounted as far as different times for that invasion to have taken place, the different reasons being presented in his book "Things to Come" which I have presented a few posts up.
Ezekiel 38and 39will be fulfilled in the middle of the tribulation period. Such a view would lead us to this chronology of events, briefly stated: (1) Israel makes a false covenant with the Beast and occupies her land in a false security (Dan 9:27; Ezek 38:8, 11). (2) Because of a desire for spoil at the expense oi an easy prey, the king of the north, satanically motivated, invades Palestine (Ezek 38:11; Joel 2:1–21; Isa 10:12; 30:31–33; 31:8–9). (3) The Beast breaks his covenant with Israel and moves into the land (Dan 11:41–45). (4) The king of the north is destroyed on the mountains of Israel (Ezek 39:1–4). (5) The land of Palestine is occupied by the armies of the Beast (Dan 11:45). (6) At this time the great coalition of nations takes place that forms one government under the Beast (Ps 2:1–3; Rev 13:7). (7) The kings of the East are brought in against the armies of the Beast (Rev 16:12), evidently as a result of the dissolution of the government of Gog. (8) When the nations of the earth are gathered together around Jerusalem (Zech 14:1–3) and the Valley of Jehoshaphat (Joel 3:2), the Lord returns to destroy all Gentile world powers so that He might rule the nations Himself. This is further described in Zechariah 12:1–9; 14:1–4; Isaiah 33:1—34:17; 63:1–6; 66:15–16; Jeremiah 25:27–33; Revelation 20:7–10.
So the problem presents itself, why doesn't America provide Israel help.
Jeremiah 50 and 51 along with Revelation 18 provide the answers.
If you think that it does not matter, then the warning to God's chosen people to come out of Babylon has no validity.
We'll agree to disagree. It's not a salvation issue, so no use harping on it. For one Dwight Pentecost book you can show that says America is Babylon, there are literally hundreds by just as reputable Authors arguing it most certainly cannot be. I have read his views. They are old, outdated and have been more than repudiated on this topic. Remember, as great as he may have been, only one perfect person has walked this Earth. He was simply incorrect in his thoughts and I'll take the side of the 100's of other Authors, most just as reputable, at their word.