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Prophecy News; Why Studying Bible Prophecy is So Important, Part 5 (TPDR #397)

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PROPHECY HEADLINES: Vein-scanning already being used for authentication at ATMs | N. Korea builds 2 new warships | Israel says it won't give control of holy sites to Vatican | Hagel re-affirms U.S. committment to not allowing Iran to get nuclear weapons | 3 earthquakes around the world.

PROPHECY BOOTCAMP: “Why Studying Bible Prophecy is So Important (Part 5)” from Dr. Tim LaHaye 

Fulfilled Prophecy Credentials Jesus as the Messiah

There are many ways to prove the deity of Jesus Christ. Of the 13 billion people who have lived since the beginning of recorded history, Jesus stands head and shoulders above everyone else as the most influential person of all time. No one before or since has had as much impact on the arts, music, education, and humanitarianism as Jesus Christ. He did more to elevate the status of women than anyone else. He performed incredible miracles unequaled by anyone else in history. No one has ever affected this world like Jesus Christ. And He did it all in three-and-a-half years of ministry. This puts Him in a category all by Himself. 

Fulfilled messianic prophecy stands like a mountain of truth that cannot be explained away or denied. Scholars have identified at least 109 messianic prophecies in the Old Testament, and Jesus fulfilled them all. All of these prophecies were written at least 400 years before He came to earth, some as early as 1,200 years prior to His appearance. The odds are astronomical that someone could fulfill 8 or 9 of these prophecies, yet Jesus fulfilled them all. Jesus also gave Himself as the supreme sacrifice for sin by dying on the cross and then rising from the dead in fulfillment of prophecy, just as He promised He would. His resurrection stands as a fact of history shown by "many infallible proofs."

OCCUPY TILL I COME: Serving God in the Last Days — 1 Peter 4 (Part 10) from David Guzik’s Commentary on the Bible

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