You may have seen people talk about how the tribulation will last for 7 years. How do people know that the tribulation will last for 7 years? Where does that number come from?In this article, I will show you how we can know that the tribulation will last for 7 years.
I want to announce that I have finally finished a task that has taken me many years to complete. As a teenager, I not only wanted to learn about Bible prophecy so that I could understand what will happen, but I also wanted to learn so that I could someday help others to understand what will happen. This desire to help others to understand what will happen ultimately led to a desire to write a comprehensive book about the end times. After many years of work, this comprehensive book about the end times is finally complete. The title of my book is Prophecy Proof Insights of the End Times.
I thought it would be a good idea to do something different in this article… I thought it might be useful to write an article aimed at people who have just begun to learn about Bible prophecy or are interested in learning about Bible prophecy but unsure where to start. I was once in this position, so I know how cumbersome it is to start with no knowledge about the topic of Bible prophecy. Therefore, the purpose of this article is to provide some practical tips to people who have just begun to study Bible prophecy or are interested in starting.
Author Mark Twain is credited for saying that “history does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme”. I don’t know if Twain actually said this or not, but the statement is pertinent to Bible prophecy as others and I have noticed that some future Bible prophecy events will parallel past Bible prophecy-related events in how they will be fulfilled. I discuss how some Bible Prophecy passages have multiple fulfillments in this article.
I’ve mentioned on numerous occasions that Bible prophecy is the ultimate puzzle with there being so many pieces that must be accounted for in order to gain a fuller understanding of what God has planned in the future. I compare the complexity of Bible Prophecy to the world’s largest jigsaw puzzle in this article.