The Guarantee of Prophecy

Some no longer believe in the prophecies of the Bible because they have not been fulfilled in the way or time that they expected

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Over the centuries, many Jews and Christians have speculated about the coming of the Messiah and the return of Yeshua (Jesus). In recent times, it was supposed to happen in 1844, then in 1989 and then in the millennium year 2000. Yet time and again, they had to postpone the date and calculate a new one. The prophecy has not changed; it was just the interpretation that went awry.

The full article appears in the February 2015 issue of Israel Today Magazine.
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