On rare occasions, often separated by hundreds of years, God revealed future events to his prophets. He did this through the agency of the Holy Spirit and preserved the revelations the prophets received in the Scriptures. They are there for our benefit that we might know that the Bible is the Word of God and that we might understand what God has done, is doing, and will do.

One might think that if God wanted us to know the future, took the trouble to have communicated it to his prophets, commanded them to write it down, and preserved it for thousands of years in the Bible for us to read, that he would have stated what was going to happen in the simplest terms so that everyone could understand it. This is not the case. Biblical prophecies are among the most difficult passages of the Bible to interpret. Not even the prophets who wrote them down always understood what they meant.

Join us for this series of talks as we study the nature, content, and significance of the predictive passages of the Bible.

If you’d like to join live via Zoom, please contact Randy Hoffman at Heidelberg Bible Fellowship. Recordings of the series will be available online here.