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Are we living in the Latter Days. By Steven M. Collins. Many Christians believe that we are currently living in “the latter days,” a biblical term for the prophesied period of time, which will occur at the very end of our age. Are we living in these days? Can it be proven objectively that we are living in the latter days? The answer is “Yes it can!” The Bible has many prophecies foretelling the conditions and characteristics that will be present on earth at the end of our age.
Since it is well- known that these latter- day prophecies have been present in the biblical texts long before the modern era, if it can be shown that these biblical prophecies are concurrently coming to pass in our modern time, we not only have powerful objective evidence that we living in “the latter days,” but also that the Creator God who inspired the Bible is alive and actively guiding modern world events to implement his biblical prophecies. God Himself issued a challenge in Isaiah 4. Obviously, if ancient prophecies about “the latter days” are being concurrently implemented in the modern world, it proves that the God of the Bible is shaping events toward pre- determined outcomes. In Isaiah 4. 1: 2. God issues this challenge to all other so- called deities: “. Let them bring them and tell us what is to happen.
Tell us the former things, what they are, that we may consider them, that we may know their outcome; or declare to us things to come. Tell us what is to come hereafter, that we may know that you are gods; do good, or do harm, that we may be dismayed and terrified. Behold, you are nothing! Have any other “gods” of any other “holy books” made such a challenge to have their prophecies critically evaluated over time to see if they come to pass? We will first examine some well- known, fulfilled “latter day” prophecies from the Bible and then consider also some lesser- known biblical prophecies about the latter days that have also been fulfilled. Some will find it surprising how many latter- day prophecies there are in the Bible. We will see that the Bible has prophecies about many aspects of the latter days on earth: the destinies of nations and alliances, technological developments, social and environmental factors, etc.
The Bible’s prophecies have come to pass. Not even the Bible’s most strident critics (the names of Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens come to mind) can claim these prophetic fulfillments were “faked” because it is provable that biblical manuscripts contained these prophecies long before they were fulfilled in the modern era. There are a number of biblical phrases, which describe the time of the prophesied end of our age.
A common one is “the latter days,” but other prophetic expressions such as “the time of the end,” “the day of the Lord,” or “in that day,” also can be found. The Founding of a Jewish State in the Former Promised Land: Zephaniah 2 has a prophecy that a Jewish nation would be established in the old Promised Land at the end of our age. Zephaniah 2: 2- 3 tell us that this prophecy will not be fulfilled until just “before the day of the Lord’s anger.” Clearly, when this prophecy is fulfilled, it will show that the time of God’s “angry” Divine intervention in human affairs is drawing near. Verses 6- 7 prophesy: “And the sea coast shall be dwellings and cottages for shepherds and folds for flocks. And the coast shall be for the remnant of Judah. The May 1. 4, 2. 00.
Newsweek magazine detailed the political machinations which would have prevented the Jewish state from coming into existence had not President Harry Truman changed his mind on recognizing the new Jewish state. It reveals that President Truman decided to recognize the state of Israel due to his awareness of the biblical precedent regarding King Cyrus of Persia doing a similar thing. President Truman decided to recognize Israel’s existence in spite of the combined opposition of both the esteemed General George C. Marshall (who headed the US military) and the US State Department. Proverbs 2. 1: 1 states that “The king’s heart is. Interestingly, Newsweek added that “Truman and Clifford expected the state to be called . The Jews, descended from the ancient kingdom .
However, the nation was named after the historic land of Israel instead of the name of the people (“Judah”) who settled it. The Bible consistently makes a distinction between the tribe of Judah and the much more- numerous ten tribes of Israel. For information about the locations of the ten tribes of Israel in the modern world, readers are referred to the author’s books and articles at this website’s links. When the Jewish state was first declared, it was a seacoast entity joined to Galilee and the Negev regions, due to the partition of the former British- ruled UN Mandate over Palestine. Zephaniah 2: 6- 7 specifically prophesied that the Jewish state to be established at the end of this age would be located on the “seacoast” region. It also specifically prophesied that the city of Ashkelon would be part of the new Jewish nation.
The city of Ashkelon is located in the modern Jewish nation of Israel, exactly as Zephaniah prophesied. Zephaniah 2 also prophesied the modern Jewish nation would be founded by “the remnant of Judah” whose “captivity was turned away” (or “ended”). This is an uncannily accurate description of the Jewish people in 1. Nazi Holocaust of World War II. The Jews who founded the state of Israel in 1. Holocaust. They were truly the “remnant” (the survivors) of the tribe of Judah from European nations. Zephaniah’s prophecy about a Jewish state being founded just before the time of God’s intervention in world affairs came to pass in every prophesied detail in the post- World War II years.
The events of its fulfillment via President Truman also confirm that God directs the decisions of national rulers whenever he needs to do so in order to implement his specific prophecies. The fulfillment of Zephaniah 2’s prophecy also confirms that the Jews/Israelis, literally, have a “Divine Right” to a nation- state in the old Promised Land at this juncture in history. A Time When “All Flesh” could Perish: Jesus’ disciples asked him in Matthew 2. Therefore, there is no question that Jesus’ answer was directed to conditions on earth just prior to his Second Coming at the end of this age. Jesus gave many examples of end- time conditions and events in his response, but this section will focus on the issue of world wars and a near human- extinction. In Matthew 2. 4: 6 Jesus spoke of “wars and rumors of wars” characterizing the time just before this age ends.
Indeed, many wars have been fought all over the world in the 2. The phrase “wars” means actual “hot wars,” and the phrase “rumor of wars” aptly describes the decades- long period of time called the “Cold War,” a time of “rumored” war, which didn’t erupt into full- scale, global warfare between the Russian- led Communist alliance and the America- led Western alliance. In verse 7, Jesus also foretold that; “nation shall rise against nation and kingdom against kingdom.” It is noteworthy that he repeated this theme twice. This argues for a double fulfillment of this prophesied type of warfare.
The 2. 0th century saw two World Wars, global conflagrations in which many nations and kingdoms fought each other in exceedingly bloody conflicts. Jesus’ words “the end is not yet” in verse 6 indicates that this period of “wars and rumors of wars” would involve a considerable period of time. In Matthew 2. 4: 2. Christ prophesied about a time called the “great tribulation” upon the earth in which “no flesh would be saved” unless those days were “shortened.” Subsequent verses reveal that the event, which prevents the extinction of “all flesh”, is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. The term “all flesh” literally means that the human race would become extinct without Divine intervention preventing it. When the first nuclear bombs exploded on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the military technology was unleashed which could literally fulfill this prophecy. If I recall correctly, the USA and Russia had produced enough nuclear weaponry by the 1.
As more and more nations manufacture nuclear weapons, this prophecy becomes ever more accurate in its warning. Prophecies in Ezekiel 3. Zechariah 1. 4 and Revelation 1. World War III will bring mankind to the brink of extinction (what Matthew 2. Human extinction is not only possible via nuclear warfare, but also via chemical/bacteriological warfare as well. More exotic types of weaponry (weather modification weapons, genetic- altering “bombs” and nano- technology weapons) make this prophecy even more literally possible. Matthew 2. 4’s prophecy indicates that the end of this age would see a time when the complete and total extinction of mankind would become possible.
That prophecy has been literally fulfilled in the post- World War II years. A “Knowledge Explosion” at the End of the Age: Daniel 1. Indeed, it has literally come to pass far beyond the imaginations of many generations who have preceded us on this planet. Daniel 1. 2: 1- 3 has a prophecy about the resurrection of the dead, which will occur as this age draws to a close and the “new age” under Jesus Christ and God’s laws begins.
God told Daniel in verse 4 that the prophecy he had been given would be “shut up! The Hebrew word translated “increased” is “rabah” which means, “to be or become many” (Young’s Analytical Concordance to the Bible, 1. Ed., see “increased,” p. Another biblical usage of this word is in Genesis 7: 1. Bible describes how the waters ”increased” on the earth during the Deluge in Noah’s time. The waters “increased” exponentially in Noah’s time so that the entire surface of the earth was covered by water. Anyone who has flown over mountain ranges can see the river courses that drained the global waters from the Deluge.
The mountains you see from your airplane windows were once covered with water. Also, the Deluge was global, not regional. There would be no need for an Ark if the Deluge was merely regional.