While some of the prophecies recorded in Daniel have already been fulfilled, many also stretch into a time yet ahead. These prophecies have been the subject of much speculation, but you can know what they reveal about the future of present-day nations. This video explains the meaning of three end-time prophecies from the book of Daniel.
The ancient Greek Myth of Daedalus and Icarus tell the fascinating tale of a daring attempt to gain freedom. That which was supposed to set Icarus free ultimately imprisoned him even further. Sadly, there are many parallels between this story and that of mankind. How many inventions, movements and peace treaties have come along which have promised to set us free, yet the end result is the opposite? To put it another way, in terms of solving the worlds most basic problems, how often does it feel as though we take three steps forward, only to fall five more back?
There is one fundamental Biblical question which arises frequently and yet is all too often met with a collective shrug of the shoulders, a meaningless platitude or an answer that doesn’t match what we see in the world around us. This question is asked anytime we are faced with calamity, whether that be on an individual basis, or collectively. How often have others, with complete sincerity, offered “It’s all part of God’s plan” as a source of comfort in times of trouble? The problem is, that is often as far as anyone goes in describing that plan.
Will the COVID-19 pandemic and declining birth rates change the face of Western society forever? The Bible shows there is hope for the future, but it will come in a way most of the world does not expect.
The Bible is a book claiming to be man's clearest link with his Creator. It is a book of wisdom, a book filled with knowledge and principles of living which ring true even 2000 years after being recorded. One aspect of this book which has fascinated many is the central claim that it contains prophecies for the future, but there are many prophetic misconceptions which must be revealed.