Old Testament experts based in Israel are expecting the 10 Plagues of Egypt to wreak havoc and destruction across Egypt this year. The 10 Plagues of Ancient Egypt are said to re-appear just before the Messianic Age and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. A number of bizarre occurrences around the globe and in the Middle East, such as rivers turning blood-red and hail in the deserts, have scholars concerned the plagues are returning. As precursors to the Second Coming, the Plagues will rain blood, sulphurous fire and death once again over the nation of Egypt.
The plagues described in the Book of Exodus, saw water turn into blood, the Nile overflow with frogs, livestock perish in great numbers and the firstborn sons of Egypt die.
Evangelical pastor Paul Begley who has studied the dire message coming out of Israel said prophecy strongly suggests the 10 Plagues will return this year.
The preacher said: “The Torah scholars in Jerusalem are now, not only saying someday, they are saying this year. They are saying this year.
“Some of them are even saying the Battle of Gog and Magog could happen this year.”
The War of Gog and Magog is a biblical prophecy of a cataclysmic war breaking out between Israel and the nation’s enemies.
The war is said to unfold just before the end times descend, much like the 10 Plagues of Egypt will precede the apocalypse.
According to pastor Begley, the Plagues were forewarned by a passage in The Old Testament’s Book of Ezekiel.
The passage in question, Ezekiel 38:22, reads: “I will punish him with pestilence and with bloodshed; and I will pour torrential rain, hailstones, and sulphurous fire upon him and his hordes and the many peoples with him.”
Reports of the 10 Plagues returning to haunt Egypt were first broken by the biblical prophecy website Breaking Israel News.
Breaking Israel News said: “In 2019, we can expect to see a continuation of the Egyptian plagues, including blood in water, frogs, lice, wild animals, deceased livestock, boils, thunderstorms of hail and fire, locusts, darkness and death of the firstborn.”
The website pointed to a number of events around the globe, oddly reminiscent of the 10 Plagues described in the Bible.
Earlier last year, Molchanka river in Russia’s Siberia turned blood-red for more than a week.
And before that, heavy hail struck Argentina in October 2017, on a scale rarely seen before in the region.