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Fulfilled Prophecy

"Behold, the former things have come to pass, And new things I declare; before they spring forth I tell you of them" (Isaiah 42:9).

The already fulfilled prophecies of the Bible give even greater weight to its yet-unfulfilled ones. Come find out more about them in our Fulfilled Prophecy section.

It may be surprising to learn that Palestinian support for hamas—not the terrorist organization specifically but what the word hamas stands for—was generally foretold long ago in Scripture.
  • by Vertical Thought
Experts estimate that the people of this planet created 150 billion gigabytes of data in 2005 and that they will create 1.2 trillion gigabytes this year.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Does what we see happening to our Western world today relate to Bible prophecy? Will we eventually exhaust God's longsuffering and patience if we persist in our transgressions of His laws? What are some of the main principles we should learn from the Old Testament book of Amos?
  • by Mario Seiglie
Recent months have seen major earthquakes rock Haiti and Chile. What does the Bible tell us about natural catastrophes, and what does this mean in today’s world?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Following rebuffs from both the United States and Germany, could NATO's second biggest military power turn toward the east?
  • by Rodney Hall
The new Middle East peace process gets off to a rocky start as international pressure rises in an effort to bring peace to the region. Israeli and U.S. relationships are at their lowest level in years and the European Union is pushing to become more involved, a shift that could lead to fulfillment of critical end-time prophecies.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
According to Newsweek, "None of the factors that drove the global food crises in 2008 have gone away" (Dec. 7, 2009). And The Economist stated that "1 billion people will go to bed hungry" (Nov. 21, 2009). But hold on to your hats. The Bible clearly tells us that present conditions are slated to get a lot worse before they get better.
  • by Clyde Kilough
Readers of The Good News know that we focus a lot on prophecy. In fact, you can't get past the title of this publication without being directed to the Bible's chief prophetic subject—good news!
  • by Mario Seiglie
During this age of science, many have dreamed of traveling to the past or to the future as in the famous novel The Time Machine. But could there exist a time machine we are not aware of? Read on to find out!
  • by Fred Nance, John Ross Schroeder
A recent article in Foreign Affairs, titled "The New Population Bomb," shows that one problem with the current population explosion is not so much how many people there will be in the future, but where this increase will be located.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
As memories of the British Empire fade into the distant past, many think the United States is Ephraim and Britain Manasseh. There are sound historical reasons for this not being the case.
  • by Steve Myers, Darris McNeely, Gary Petty
Are you a spiritual skeptic? How can you know what the Bible says is really...
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Great powers come and go. For more than six decades the United States has been the world's dominant power. Seventy years ago, Great Britain—with its vast empire—was the world's greatest power. Could the United States follow Britain into decline and be replaced by another power? Are we seeing the first stages?
  • by Rodney Hall
How do China's amazing transformation and increasing global power fit into prophesied end-time events?
  • by World News
An important biblical prophecy deals with the end-time revival of the Roman Empire, prophesied extensively in both Daniel and Revelation.