Articles about Prophecy

Prophecy comes in two forms, sometimes called ‘foretelling’ and ‘forth-telling.’ Foretelling is explaining what will happen in the future, while forth-telling is expressing a truth to someone who needs to hear it.

Predictive prophecy is a major feature of Biblical literature, and strong evidence that God exists and knows all things.

The Jewish Scriptures - the Old Testament - speak often of the coming Messiah. The New Testament clearly claims that Jesus is that Messiah, and points to many Old Testament prophecies as being fulfilled by Jesus. Here are 40 of the 300+ prophecies associated with Jesus' life, death, and resurrection.

Anonymous GodWords Reader asked: "Was the book of Revelation written for 1st century Christians, or for Christians today?" That's a great question. A lot of books have been written in the past few decades that pretend to have all of the answers, but people are still confused.

Jesus' life and death was prophesied in the Old Testament, written long before His birth. Here's one example: In Exodus 12:46 we see that the lamb eaten for a Passover meal was not to have its bones broken. This is echoed in Numbers 9:12 , with the additional restriction that none of the meal be left overnight.

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