by Jerry Vines

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Promises Made, Promises Kept (3 of 4)
Series: Christmas
Jerry Vines
2 Corinthians 1:20

One of the great proofs of the inspiration of our Bible is the fulfilled predictions. The Bible is unique in all of the books of religion on the earth in that it is a book which makes predictions. It is very dangerous to do that because if you make a prediction and it comes to pass, that's one thing; but if you make a prediction and it doesn't come to pass, then that's another thing.

Yet when we study our Bible we will find that the Bible is filled with predictions, the Old Testament in particular. There are hundreds and hundreds of predictions made in the Old Testament. Many of those predictions have already been fulfilled. Many of those predictions gather around the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. I've never counted them, but someone has said that there are over 300 predictions in the Old Testament about the first and the second comings of the Lord Jesus Christ, predictions made ahead of time concerning some detail revolving around the person and the work of the Lord Jesus Christ.

I have asked them to put up on the Image Mags three scriptures. I don't always do this because I want you to be familiar with your Bible, and one of the reasons I have you to turn to places in the Bible is especially to help new Christians learn how to move around in their Bible. But I put some of these verses on the Image Mags because that makes it possible to get in more verses of scripture. I want them to put up three verses of scripture which show us that the predictions in the Old Testament concerning the Messiah, the coming Savior, were fulfilled in the Lord Jesus Christ.

The first one is in Revelation 19, verse 10, the last part. It says, ''Worship God; for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.'' It's saying that the arrival of Jesus, the life and the ministry and the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the spirit of prophecy. That is, He fulfilled pr ...

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