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Euphrates Dried Up

Jimmy Evans & Stephen Phinney

The sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river, the Euphrates; and its water was dried up, so that the way would be prepared for the kings from the east.


It is not uncommon to have prophecy fulfilled without humanity seeing the obvious works of God. This seems to be the case in the middle east. Not all Bible scholars are fixed on global events and how they impact Biblical prophecies. I and Jimmy Evans do not fall into this category. Both of us remain alert to the slightest movements that unfold the eschatological warnings of our God.

Some of you might be new to the works of Jimmy Evans. He is the founder and leader of Tipping Point Ministries. He, along with my writings through The End Times Chronicles, is in a writer's group within Substack - a secular writing platform. Our objective is to reach the secular, as well as authentic Christians, with sound Biblical prophecies - integrating global events as they unfold.

Over the past few months, Jimmy has been tracking a true to life event that is stated in the book of Revelation - the drying up of the Euphrates River. While the globalist are blaming it on "climate change," we both know it is the works of the hand of God. I will let Jimmy explain this in his update, but this prophecy is being fulfilled right under our noses, which is a precursor to the Rapture.

The significance of this fulfilled prophecy is in the fact that the Euphrates MUST be dried up for the 200 million troops from the east can have a clear passage to attack Israel.

The number of the armies of the horsemen was two hundred million; I heard the number of them. (Revelation 9:16)


River Flows Dwindling in Tigris-Euphrates Basin

In a video earlier this month, you may have heard Mark Hitchcock talking about the drying up of two major world rivers, the Nile and the Euphrates. A new report indicates that the decline of the Euphrates, due to a lack of rainfall and abnormally high temperatures, could impact as many as 60 million people in the coming months.

The 1700-mile-long Euphrates comes from headwaters in Turkey but flows through Syria and Iraq before reaching the Persian Gulf. Like the dwindling Colorado River in the southwest United States, the Euphrates is used to irrigate crops throughout the river basin. Turkey has built at least 19 dams on the Tigris and Euphrates and has several more in the works.

In Syria, the water level at the Tishrin Dam has dropped more than 15 feet and is nearing its “dead level,” at which point there’s not enough water for turbines to turn to produce electricity.

Iraq is already saying that its water supply no longer meets demand. Its farmers are talking about abandoning agriculture and selling their animals. Once displaced by war, they will be displaced again due to a lack of water.