Ezekiel has documented three prophecies against Gog and Magog under oracles of the Almighty Father. Children of God trust the oracles but atheists may mock them.
“You, son of man, prophesy against Gog, saying: Thus says the Lord GOD: Here I am, Gog, coming at you, chief prince of Meshech and Tubal. Upon the mountains of Israel you shall fall, you and all your troops and the peoples with you. I will give you as food to birds of prey of every kind and to wild beasts to be eaten.” (Ezekiel 39:1, 4)
The military fiasco is divinely imposed — clearly and indisputably.
“I will send fire against Magog and against those who live securely on the seacoast, and they will know that I am the LORD. I will reveal my holy name among my people Israel, and I will never again allow my holy name to be defiled. Then the nations shall know that I am the LORD, the Holy One of Israel. Yes, it is coming! It shall happen — oracle of the Lord GOD. This is the day I decreed.” (Ezekiel 39:6-8)
The Lord will punish Magog inhabitants with fire and will affirm His holiness among the nations. Atheists cannot prove the inexistence of God, and He will prove His existence to those who have eyes to see . . .
“On that day I will give Gog a place for his tomb in Israel, the Valley of Abarim, east of the sea. It will block the way of travelers. There Gog shall be buried with all his horde; it shall be called ‘Valley of Hamon-Gog.’ For seven months the house of Israel shall bury them in order to cleanse the land.” (Ezekiel 39:11-12)
Gog will accompany the mighty army and will perish and be buried with his horde in Israel. Lord, be merciful on the day of reckoning to the innocent young men that invaded Israel.