Has Every Bible Prediction Come True? Part One

Bible Prophecy

Nostradamus predicted Hitler’s rise.

Before Hitler was born, Nostradamus prophesied that from West Europe, a young child would be born to poor parents, and by the power of his words he would “seduce” a great army.

We all know the story.  It happened.

While Nostradamus’ predictions were intriguing, they were also sort of ambiguous and not 100% reliable.

The Bible’s predictions, however, have come true to startling accuracy – and have an 100% fulfillment rate.

Here’s three (there’s hundreds) amazing Bible prophecies that were fulfilled:

  1. End Times Israel would be established in one day. (Isaiah 66:8)

This is exactly what happened.

On May 14, 1948, and within a 24-hour period of time, foreign control of Israel ceased, and the U.S. issued a statement recognizing Israel’s sovereignty.

Israel was literally reborn in a day, just as the Bible predicted.

  1. The Messiah’s birthplace would be in Bethlehem. (Micah 5:2)

We all know the story: Jesus was born in the little town of Bethlehem.

The chances of this prediction actually happening was 1 in 100,000.

And, it never would have happened had King Herod not issued an Israeli census, requiring every person to return to their place of birth.  Joseph and his wife Mary (who was pregnant with Jesus) had to travel from Nazareth to Bethlehem, Joseph’s hometown.  Jesus was born there.

Had the census not been issued, Jesus would have been born in Nazareth.

  1. The Messiah would be crucified. (Psalm 22:16-18; Psalm 34:20; Zechariah 12:10)

Four hundred years before crucifixion was used as a means of execution, God said Jesus would die in this manner.

During normal crucifixions, the victim’s legs were broken to expedite the execution.  However, Jesus died quickly, and therefore this step was skipped.  However, His side was pierced to ensure His death.

All of this was described centuries before His birth. The chances of this happening was 1 in 10,000,000,000,000.

You see, the Bible really is fascinating.

Isn’t it comforting that we have something to explain what will happen in our world?

Join us as we continue to study God’s staggering record of prophecy fulfillment.  Until then, be blessed!

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