Binyamin Elon, a Jewish Rabbi and member of the Israeli Knesset, wrote, "I believe that if you do not know how to read the Bible, you cannot understand the daily paper."
While we don't want to over-interpret prophecy, it's hard to see today's world - with its wars and rumors of war, with the Gospel being preached around the globe, with the rise of the modern state of Israel, and with the constant danger of nuclear apocalypse - without recalling that all these are predicted in Scripture.
Dr. J. Dwight Pentecost said, "God, the architect of the ages, has seen fit to take us into His confidence concerning His plan for the future and has revealed His purpose and program in detail in the Word. A greater body of Scripture is given to prophecy than any other one subject, for approximately one-fourth of the Bible was prophetic at the time it was written."
As we see all these things unfolding before us, we shouldn't shake our heads in bewilderment or hang them in despair. The Bible tells us to lift up our heads! Our redemption is drawing near!
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