Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Are prophecies in the Bible true? What about those that mock them?

Response to those who reject Bible prophecy
March 24, 2010

We have all heard or read unfounded statements such as this one that mocks the Bible's prophecy: "...the bible doesn't have prophecies. the bible tells history that is not even proven as factual". When I saw this today I had to comment and thought I would share the thought here...

My Response:

Those who investigate Bible prophecy will discover  amazing confirmations of what the Bible says – it may not be proof for you, but should get your attention - but why bother investigating prophecy....

A good truth to remember about God is that he is not happy to be judged by men, but wants a relationship with them. Here's what he tells us - 1Chr 28:9  "If you seek Him, He will let you find Him; but if you forsake Him, He will reject you forever". God is not a power far away, but is a power in control of your life right now and offers to let you understand his ways. Mock him at your own peril--mocking his word is mocking him. This is not meant to be condemning, but rather is an attempt to convey what God wants us to know.  Consider the opportunity for God to let you find him while you still have the chance -- The prophecies in the Bible are designed to help you comprehend the awesome power of God. If you dismiss them without investigation, you miss the gift they are there to provide.

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