How close are we? by Dave Hunt
By Dave Hunt
Bestselling writer Dave Hunt evaluates present occasions that time to the second one coming and underscore the at-any-moment risk of the rapture. This booklet will switch how you imagine and stay
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For centuries this prophecy seemed to be a grand mistake that had no rightful place in the Bible. The land of Israel remained largely a wasteland with a few nomads feeding their flocks on its sparse growth and scratching out a bare existence from its arid soil. Zechariah's prophecy could not have come from God but rather from his own madness. So it must have seemed for 2000 years. Yet today, as foretold, Jerusalem, though still of negligible size and in a location of no significance, is the center of international attention.
Yet how could He reveal Himself to finite creatures unless He became one of them? Suppose, instead, that God manifested Himself in some transcendent form. How could anyone know that it was God and not some highly evolved extraterrestrial visiting earth? How, indeed! Miracles, no matter how spectacular, would not suffice, for skeptics could argue that highly advanced technology seems miraculous to those who don't know how it works. And yet, if God really existed and was the creator of mankind, surely He would want to communicate not only His existence but His will to the creatures He had made and to whom He had given the capacity to know Him.
Her future in the promised land with the Messiah eventually ruling the world from Jerusalem on David's throne has been assured by God. Woe to those who try to revise His plan! Even before He brought the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (whom God later named Israel) into the land of Canaan as He had promised, God warned them through Moses: "If thou wilt not hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God, to observe to do all his commandments and his statutes. . ye shall be plucked from off the land whither thou goest to possess it.