Jesus’ Prophecies Concerning End Times

Jesus’ Prophecies Concerning End Times

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Jesus’ disciples asked Him about the signs of His second coming (Mat 24:3 NIV)  As Jesus was sitting on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to him privately. “Tell us,” they said, “when will this happen, and what will be the sign of your coming and of the end of the age?” Many will come forward claiming to be the Messiah (Mat 24:5 NIV)  For many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am the Christ, ‘ and will deceive many. In our current age, there has been an explosion of people claiming to be Christ. In the past, there had been about 1 person claiming to be the Messiah every century but today there are 10,000 people claiming to be Christ in the US alone. Sun Myung Moon…
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Prophecies Fulfilled in Our Current Day

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Rebirth of Israel The rebirth of Israel is one of the most unlikely prophecies in the Bible. No other ancient nation ever ceased to exist for a period of centuries and then returned to take its place on the stage of world history. (Isa 66:8 NIV)  Who has ever heard of such a thing? Who has ever seen such things? Can a country be born in a day or a nation be brought forth in a moment? Yet no sooner is Zion in labor than she gives birth to her children. Most nations evolved gradually over the centuries. In the time of ancient prophecies, no one had ever witnessed a nation being created in one day. Yet Isaiah made that prophecy, that Israel will come into existence in one day.…
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Other Prophecies in the Old Testament

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Prophecies in the book of Daniel King of Persia attacking Greece(Dan 11:2 NIV)  “Now then, I tell you the truth: Three more kings will appear in Persia, and then a fourth, who will be far richer than all the others. When he has gained power by his wealth, he will stir up everyone against the kingdom of Greece. The four kings mentioned are Cambyses (529-522 B.C.), Psudo-Smerdis (522-521 B.C.), Darius I Hystaspes (521-486 B.C.) and Xerxes I (486-465 B.C.). The fourth king, Xerxes I was the ruler who attempted to conquer Greece at the time of the greatest power of the Persian empire. He gathered an army of several hundred thousand and began a war against Greece in 580 B.C. Rise of Alexander the Great and division of his empire(Dan…
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Prophecies in the Old Testament Concerning Jesus

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Jesus fulfilled Old Testament prophecies https://youtu.be/T8caP7_qdqg https://youtu.be/Rf0GnvOgScI History is full of men who have claimed that they came from God, or that they were gods, or that they bore messages from God – Buddha, Mohammed, Confucius, Christ, Lao-tze, and thousands of others who founded their own religions. Why is Jesus unique amongst all these people? One answer is His pre-announcement. Even automobile manufacturers tell their customers what to expect in a new model. If God sent anyone from Himself, or if He came Himself with a vitally important message for all men, it would seem reasonable that He would first let men know when His messenger was coming, where He would be born, where He would live, the doctrine He would teach, the enemies He would make, the program He…
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Importance of Prophecies

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Prophecies are a test of God’s word Let us consider how difficult it is to foretell the future. Did any human prognosticators foresee the rapid collapse of the Soviet Union? Did any seers have a premonition that the Berlin Wall would crumble so suddenly? These dramatic events caught the world by surprise. On the other hand, during the Persian Gulf War of 1991 some self-proclaimed prophets foresaw this as Armageddon in the making. The prophesied Armageddon will occur, but this was not it. Prophecy is God’s signature on world history, and on the future of the world. It should be no surprise that the Holy Bible is the only religious book in the whole world with accurate prophecies. Prophetic content would tend to expose any impostor for no man or…
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