Predicting the future isn’t easy! What do you think?
I guess on the one hand, it’s horrible difficult to predict the future with any kind of accuracy. But on the other, it’s fairly simple to find today’s most popular phenomenon and then go back to locate someone who said it couldn’t be done.
Don’t you think?
When you go about predicting the future, like the infamous Nostradamus, he’s likely batting a miserable percentage. It’s not easy folks.
I mean, here’s a prediction of his:
“After there is great trouble among mankind, a greater one is prepared. The great mover of the universe will renew time, rain, blood, thirst, famine, steel weapons and disease. In the heavens, a fire seen”
What does that even mean?
Predicting the Future For Real
For more fun with predicting the future, head over to Mashable and their Surprisingly Accurate Vintage Predictions of the Future.
Or even better, find what the Author of Life hid in Old Testament prophecies, which have come true. Here are a few of the trickier predictions:
- Messiah would be born of a virgin.
- Messiah would be crucified with criminals. (Crucifixion wasn’t invented yet.)
- Soldiers would gamble for Messiah’s garments.
- Messiah’s bones would not be broken.
For the rest, visit Prophecies Jesus Fulfilled over on About.com.