PROPHECY

More than one fourth of the Bible is prophetic in nature. Read through various interpretations, and learn what God’s Word has to say about the future.

Prophecy and Practical Living | Part 4

By Dr. John Ankerberg | February 7, 2022

Biblical prophecy is important because it is an encouragement to godly living and evangelism. Millions of people today fear the future. Famous novelist Kurt Vonnegut expressed the despair of many when he said, “Things are going to get worse and worse and never get better again.”[1] Indeed, many of those who truly understand the world today are terrified. As we look around at our family, friends and neighbors, as we understand other’s concern with the future, we are encouraged to lead them to the One who controls the future. Only He can offer them hope in the face of life’s many uncertainties.

The Uniqueness Of Biblical Prophecy | Part 3

By Dr. John Ankerberg | February 2, 2022

an testify to the uniqueness of the Bible’s prophecies. Not once has he found the quality or detail of biblical prophecy in non-biblical literature.

What is Biblical Prophecy? | Part 2

By Dr. John Ankerberg | January 26, 2022

Many people today, even some Christians, think that the study of prophecy is of little or no relevance. Some further claim there are so many differing views on the subject that it’s difficult to know what to believe. Others argue biblical prophecy deals with general or obscure predictions that could mean anything to anyone. Thus, rather than consider prophecy of spiritual or apologetic value (apologetics involves the defense of the Christian faith), such individuals consider it more of a nuisance.

An Introduction to Biblical Prophecy | Part 1

By Dr. John Ankerberg | January 18, 2022

  Introduction: Biblical Prophecy by Dr. John Ankerberg, Dr. John Weldon Someone once said, “We should all be concerned about our future because we will have to spend the rest…

The 3 Main Biblical Passages Concerning the Rapture

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | January 12, 2021

Many people have heard about the rapture, but where does the Bible talk about this topic? The word “rapture” is not used in the Bible, but comes from a Latin word rapturos that means to be caught up or snatched away. The New Testament speaks of this event in three main passages.

4 Reasons Biblical Prophecy Matters

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | January 7, 2021

Many believe Biblical prophecy suggests the idea of future events that have little application for today. However, Scripture notes four reasons Biblical prophecy matters in our lives right now.

Who Are the 144,000 in Revelation?

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | August 25, 2020

Revelation 7:4 notes a large group of people in the end times that has long been a source of mystery among Bible readers. It says, “Then I heard the number…

Is Israel’s New Treaty with the United Arab Emirates a Fulfillment of Bible Prophecy?

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | August 17, 2020

Israel’s recently-announced treaty with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to normalize relations between the two nations is the first major peace treaty between Israel and a Middle East in over…

I Believe in the Life Everlasting

By R. L. Wilson | May 6, 2020

The last declaration in the Apostles’ Creed is that Christians look forward to everlasting life. Who of us has not memorized John 3:16: “For God so loved the world, that…

Prophetic Signs of the Times: Is this the Beginning of the End?

By JA Show Staff | April 1, 2020

The current coronavirus pandemic has the entire world on edge! Many are asking: Is this the judgment of God? Is it the beginning of the Great Tribulation? Will it lead…