The Bible contains many prophetic passages that foretell of upcoming events - some of which have already taken place and others still in our future. Prophecy is God's way of assuring us he is in charge. Only he knows the future, and by telling us about future events that occur as he intends, he proves to his people and the world in general that he knows all and guides men and nations by the strength of his all-powerful hand.
In the book of Revelation, the first four of seals are represented by riders on four horses of different colors, the first being white. In this prophetic passage, what does the white horse represent?
The Bible refers to the Antichrist as part of the last days. Who is the Antichrist? The answer might surprise you.
In the book of Revelation, God uses codes when referring to groups and individuals.
God provides a prophetic vision of events that have come to pass and events in our future. One Hour with the Beast identifies the beast in Revelation 17 in world history.
Although the Lord brings destruction and ruin to the people of the world who do not obey his commands, he remembers his children and makes a way for them. God gave Ezekiel a vision that shows how he marks and seals those who belong to him before he sends his judgement.
God's prophetic words about Islam can be found in the book of Revelation. The three woes seem to represent the three great thrusts that the Islamic world would be making against the Christian West.
God determined Jesus would be born in Bethlehem and told us ahead of time to provide hope and proof of his great power. This is the purpose of prophecy - to show that God is very much in control and does exactly what he says he is going to do.
Chapter two of the Book of Daniel contains the account of a dream that King Nebuchadnezzar had of a great image. Daniel was shown that each of the different materials of which the image was made represented powerful, world class empires which would be successively rising and falling through time after the Empire of Babylon was ended.
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