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From Jesus With Love - Glad Tidings - Bible Study Guides - word 2003

From Jesus With Love - Glad Tidings - Bible Study Guides - word 2003

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A very thoughtful writer has said: "The crisis is stealing gradually upon
us. The sun shines in the heavens, passing over its usual round, and the
heavens still declare the glory of God. Men are still eating and drinking,
planting and building, marrying, and giving in marriage. Merchants are
still buying and selling. Men are jostling one against another, contending
for the highest place. Pleasure lovers are still crowding to theaters, horse
races, gambling hells. The highest excitement prevails, yet probation's
hour is fast closing, and every case is about to be eternally decided.
Satan sees that his time is short. He has set all his agencies at work that
men may be deceived, deluded, occupied and entranced, until the day of
probation shall be ended, and the door of mercy be forever shut.
"Solemnly there come to us down through the centuries the warning
words of our Lord from the Mount of Olives: 'Take heed to yourselves, lest
at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness,
and cares of this life, and so that day come upon you unawares.' 'Watch
ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to
escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the
Son of man.'" The Desire of Ages, p. 636 (we will speak of this book later
in our study guides).

"Casting all your care upon Him; for He careth for you." 1 Peter 5:7 "Pray without ceasing." 1
Thessalonians 5:17

Copyright © 1996 Glad Tidings Publishers

12 God Foretells the Future Truthfully

Foretelling the future fascinates people. To meet this hunger to see
tomorrow today, astrology and all manners of forecasting the future have
mushroomed. From less than 100 newspapers carrying horoscopes a few
decades ago, the fad has grown to over 1200 newspapers now carrying
them for 18,000,000 Americans to pore over daily.
Time magazine says that ancient Berosus, astrologer and high priest of
Babylon, would feel at home with America's astrologers today. Their
calculations "would be one of the few things he would find familiar in the
modern world after 50 centuries. . . . Babylon's mystic conceptions of the
universe are being taken seriously ... by the most scientifically
sophisticated generation of young adults in history, . . . graduate students
and assistant professors."
"Astrology is a guideline, a rope to hang on to in an insecure world,"
another popular magazine suggests. Another observer says, "Great
civilizations in the past turned to the supernatural in their last hours, and
this phenomenal increase in the urge to peer into the Zodiac is a sign of
the imminent collapse of our civilization."
Astrology today is enriched by direct communications with spiritualism
that make some of its predictions seem uncannily accurate. But a close
look at astrology's "tomorrow" predictions and the "more sure word of
prophecy" as found in the Bible, show a distinct difference. God alone truly
knows the future, and He loves us so much that He will tell us all that will
be good for us to know. Daniel 2 is a simple prophecy to begin with, the
ABC of Bible prophecy.
See how these prophecies relate to God's love for us all.

Why Does God Foretell the Future for Us?

1. What sets God apart from all other gods or religions? Isaiah 46:9,10.

ANSWER: "I am God, and there is ____________________, Declaring
the ________ from the _______________, and from ancient times the
things

that

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