5 Prophecies That Came True, Proving The Bible’s Validity

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In 2 Timothy 3:16, we read All scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness.”

This verse proves the fact that the Bible is God inspired, and not of mere men. That is the only way that the prophecies and truths therein could be infallible. We of course know this to be the case, and the following five prophecies, outlined by this video published by World Video Bible School further show this to be true:

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Five Prophecies That Prove The Bible to be of God

1.) The Fall of TyreWhen Ezekiel prophesied about the city of Tyre in 597 B.C., it was a mighty civilization and seemed impenetrable, even featuring its own island respite from invasion. Yet even with this being the case, Ezekiel predicted that Nebuchadnezzar would destroy the village, build siege mounds that would penetrate the walls of Tyre. He also said many nations would come up against Tyre,that the city would be flattened like the top of a rock, and that the stones, timber and even soil of Tyre would be propelled into the sea.

What Happened to the city of Tyre?

Secular history tells us that King Nebuchadnezzar did come against the city as predicted. Eventually, the people of the city sought refuge in the island area of the city, which moved them away from the King’s reach, and he didn’t pursue them. However, in 330 B.C., Alexander the Great followed the people out to the island using timber, soil and stones, from the main city to get there like a bridge. This resulted in the fulfillment of Ezekiel’s, unthinkable at the time, prophesies. The time between the prophecy itself and its fulfillment was some 250 or more years.

Watch the video in its entirety to learn the other four prophecies that were proven to be true, thus giving more evidence of what we already know to be true: The Bible is God inspired and infallible.