I am God. Today I will be handling all of your problems. Please remember that I do not need your help.
If the devil happens to deliver a situation to you that you cannot handle, DO NOT attempt to resolve it. Kindly put it in the SFJTD (something for Jesus to do) box. It will be addressed in MY time, not yours.
Once the matter is placed into the box, do not hold on to it or attempt to remove it. Holding on or removal will delay the resolution of your problem. If it is a situation that you think you are capable of handling, please consult Me in prayer to be sure that it is the proper resolution.
Because I do not sleep nor do I slumber, there is no need for you to lose any sleep. Rest my child. If you need to contact Me, I am only a prayer away. As with all good things, pass this on.
There are over 300 prophecies in the Old Testament detailing the coming Messiah. We are going to examine eight (8) of them. The reason for these 8 is that they are the most notable.
Example: Two events, each with a 50% probability, together would have a 25% probability: .50 x .50=. 25. If each had a probability, together they would have 1% or 10x1x10x1=1:10×2.
||King on a Donkey
||30 pieces of Silver
||Temple, Potter, etc.
||Wounds in Hands
||No defense; Innocent
||Died with the Wicked
||Grave with the rich
These are all very conservative probabilities of one person fulfilling each of these let alone fulfilling all of them.
If we say the total population of people born in the last 2,000 years = 100 Billion (10×11) power.
10×28/10×11 = 10×17
How big is that number. Well if the universe is 15 billion years old 10×17 is the number of seconds that there have been. If you have any questions about what you have just read or want to leave your own personal review leave a comment below.
Imagine the state of Texas covered in silver dollars 2 ft. deep and somewhere in that pile is a one marked with an “X”. The probability of reaching down and picking that silver dollar on the first try would be 1in 10 x 17. I didn’t do the math but this is adapted from Peter Stoner, “Science Speaks.”
Just for Fun:
Do you know where this sentence can be found in the bible? “Man appointed mortal sorrow, the blessed God shall come down, teaching His death shall bring the despairing rest or comfort.”
I am not surprised because it is there but not there. Confusing, Ok!
Look in your bible at Genesis Chapter 5, here you will find the genealogy of Adam to Noah. Boring, not quite. Let’s peel back the onion a little and one will notice that Adam means, “Man”; Seth means “Appointed” Noah means “rest or comfort”. There is something here but what. If you take the root mean of each of the names in Hebrew you will find the words that make up the sentence. The use of Jones dictionary of old testament proper names is where I got my definitions.
||The blessed God
||Shall come down
||His death shall bring
||Rest or comfort
[Could a group of Jewish rabbis have deliberately hidden the Christian Gospel in a genealogy within their venerated Torah? Hardly: Evidence of supernatural design.]
Most people know John 3:16 or have at least heard it once or twice but have you ever thought about how God the Father might look at it for you. What I mean is have you ever looked at it from the aspect that each element of the verse is a superlative.
For God the greatest being
so the greatest degree
loved the greatest affection
the world the greatest object of love
that He gave the greatest act
His only the greatest treasure
begotten the greatest relationship
Son, the greatest gift
that whoever the greatest company
believes the greatest trust
in Him the greatest object of faith
should not perish the greatest deliverance
but have the greatest assurance
everlasting the greatest promise
life. the greatest blessing
1) No more sea?
2) Looking at verse 1, where is everyone while this happens?
3) Looking at verses 3 & 4. What are your feelings on these verses?
4) “It is done” What does this verse mean?
5) What is the angel showing John?
6) What is not in the “Holy City”?
7) What must you have to get in?
1) Where is the bottomless pit?
2) What is the seal that is set on him?
3) Why will Satan be released?
4) Those who lived and reigned with Christ for 1,000 years, does this include the Church?
5) Explain the blessing in verse 6?
6) What does the bible tell us about the great white throne?
1) What is so special about verse 1 of Chapter 19?
2) What is so special about the twenty-four elders showing up here?
3) Why is there all this celebration?
4) His wife?
5) How many times has John heard something?
6) How is the bride dressed? Explain?
7) Using the bible, list passages where it talks about worship, whom and whom not?
8) Talk about the sharp sword?
9) Where else have we seen “rod of iron”?
10) Verse 17, who is invited and what are they to eat?
1) Make an outline of this chapter?
2) Is this Michael?
3) In verse 4 who is talking? And what does he mean?
4) Who or what is referred here to “The Kings of the Earth”?
5) Might “bodies and souls of men” equal slave trade?
6) What has to happen for verse 17 to happen?
7) Why is verse 20 so important?
8) What were her sins and her iniquities?
9) What are her plagues?
10) Sum up verses 22 – 24?
1) What does many waters mean?
2) Who are the kings of the earth?
3) Where else has the heads and horns been used?
4) Are there any traditions that did not start in Babylon?
5) Explain the significance of what is in her hand?
6) Are there any other 10’ that are significant? Maybe something that is going on now?
1) History proves man learns nothing from history, is that true here?
2) You have heard said that a loving God would never allow such a thing as this.
How would you respond?
3) Could the fourth bowl been stopped?
4) What is the throne of the beast?
5) Kings of the east refers to what or whom?
6) Where did we first hear of “coming as thief “?
7) How many ways has “it is done” been used?
8) What are some of the other earthquakes?
1) What are the signs so far?
2) Where was “The Temple of the tabernacle in heaven first mentioned?
3) What is the difference between the two songs?
4) What is so special about verse 4?
5) What makes the bowls different?