You Can Understand Bible Prophecy

 

Where can you find answers for an uncertain world?

The answers have been waiting for you all along. They're in the pages of the Bible.

By studying Bible prophecy, you can learn crucial information about future prophetic events - the time of the end.

Whether you are unsure of the value of the Bible's prophecies or regard them with deep respect, this Bible Study aid, You Can Understand Bible Prophecy , is meant to help you accurately understand Bible prophecy.

We want you to see the true scope of prophecy - how it links mankind's past, present and future. Learn how a knowledge of prophecy can provide you with a balanced perspective and the details of God's wonderful plan for humanity

God inspired much of prophecy to relate to the first and second appearances of Jesus as the Messiah. (Page 8)

Another purpose of prophecy is to urge repentance and offer everyone forgiveness through Jesus Christ’s suffering and death. (Page 10)

The history of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah is a powerful testimony to the accuracy and precision of Bible prophecy. (Page 32)

Many prophetic passages describe the time of God’s preparation of the world to accept the rule of Jesus Christ and the establishment of the Kingdom of God. (Page 51)

 

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