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Prophecy News; Why Studying Bible Prophecy is So Important, Part 2 (TPDR #394)

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PROPHECY BOOTCAMP: “Why Studying Bible Prophecy is So Important (Part 2)” from Dr. Tim LaHaye

God alone can reveal secrets about the future in advance and have them fulfilled as prophesied. There is an incredible craving in the human heart to know what lies ahead. That is why millions go to fortune tellers, astrologers, magicians, soothsayers, and false prophets, in the futile hope of getting advance information so they can chart the course of their lives. That is a vain hope! For “the secret things belong to the Lord our God.”

Fulfilled Prophecy Credentials the Bible

Someone has described Bible prophecy as history written in advance. The Bible, in fact, has more prophecy in it than any other book in the world. More than a quarter of the Bible’s content was prophetic at the time that it was written. The late Dr. John Walvoord, in his classic book The Prophecy Knowledge Handbook, listed over 1,000 distinct prophecies found in the Bible. He further declared that more than 500 of these had already been fulfilled (the other half apply to events that are still yet future). Whenever I am confronted by skeptical interviewers who ask why I take Bible prophecy literally, I confidently answer, “Because more than half of its prophecies have already been fulfilled — literally.”

OCCUPY TILL I COME: Serving God in the Last Days — 1 Peter 4 (Part 7) from David Guzik’s Commentary on the Bible