Review NKJV Prophecy Study Bible

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I have always been curious about end time prophecies.  However, like so many others, I was as clueless as they come.  In fact, I just did not bother to even read that section very often; it just seemed too complicated.

I don’t normally read forwards but the forward for this prophecy study Bible definitely got my attention.  It is well written and gives a general overview of what to expect from using the resource.

This Prophecy Study Bible covers features of the Bible text, index to prophesy study helps, top 20 questions about Bible prophecy, diamonds for daily living, prophets and prophecy, events of the end times, master index to Bible prophecy, among other great topics.

There are detailed  charts in the beginning of the volume covering fulfilled prophecies from the beginning to Christ and Christ to Eternity.

Hagee

This volume is packed with a lot of useful and interesting information for just about anyone. From the teenager to the Bible scholar; this is an excellent volume for persons who want to learn about the end times.

The master index to bible prophecy is a fantastic idea because it lists the prophecies in each book of the Bible. It is easy to follow and the explanation before the list is a bonus.

A bit bulky so it might be best left at home for the most part. The binding is very sturdy and should therefore last a long time with regular usage.

 

 

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10 Responses

  1. Jamie Carter says:

    I wouldn’t put much stock into anything with Hagee’s name on it – not after the Blood Moon fiasco. End time prophecies are what each and every one of us make them. Like Jesus’ disciples, we can miss the heart of the message if we expect the kingdom of God to rally the Jewish people to fight back against the Romans. We can miss what the messages of the prophecies are if we expect them to come to pass in exactly the form we expect to see them.

    • Do share about the Blood Moon fiasco Jamie..

      • Jamie Carter says:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_moon_prophecy
        Hagee spent the better part of a few years constantly preaching that four blood moons were a sign of the end times according to: Acts 2:20 and Revelation 6:12. The problem was that all the while that he was preaching that the Blood Moons were a sign of the the verses happening literally, there were no earthquakes or solar eclipses or signs of vapor or smoke or blood or the stars themselves haven’t fallen out of the sky. He made millions off of it and it wasn’t true.

      • Jamie Carter says:

        I’ve spent enough time under End Times Prophecy Teachings to know it’s fatal flaw, it says that heaven is somewhere else, so it excuses it’s adherents from the need to deal with social issues such as poverty or pollution because God’s going to totally destroy this world and all the turmoil in it is just another sign that the end is getting closer and closer. Why, it would be thwarting God’s plan to put an end to hunger just before he sent a horseman of the apocalypse to give us famine. So they don’t feel the need to do anything other than anxiously look forward to God Rapturing them so that they aren’t here when the massive earthquakes, plagues, hailstones, and disease kills billions of people who were left behind.

  2. Jamie Carter says:

    I wouldn’t put much stock into anything with Hagee’s name on it – not after the Blood Moon fiasco. End time prophecies are what each and every one of us make them. Like Jesus’ disciples, we can miss the heart of the message if we expect the kingdom of God to rally the Jewish people to fight back against the Romans. We can miss what the messages of the prophecies are if we expect them to come to pass in exactly the form we expect to see them.

    • Do share about the Blood Moon fiasco Jamie..

      • Jamie Carter says:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_moon_prophecy
        Hagee spent the better part of a few years constantly preaching that four blood moons were a sign of the end times according to: Acts 2:20 and Revelation 6:12. The problem was that all the while that he was preaching that the Blood Moons were a sign of the the verses happening literally, there were no earthquakes or solar eclipses or signs of vapor or smoke or blood or the stars themselves haven’t fallen out of the sky. He made millions off of it and it wasn’t true.

      • Jamie Carter says:

        I’ve spent enough time under End Times Prophecy Teachings to know it’s fatal flaw, it says that heaven is somewhere else, so it excuses it’s adherents from the need to deal with social issues such as poverty or pollution because God’s going to totally destroy this world and all the turmoil in it is just another sign that the end is getting closer and closer. Why, it would be thwarting God’s plan to put an end to hunger just before he sent a horseman of the apocalypse to give us famine. So they don’t feel the need to do anything other than anxiously look forward to God Rapturing them so that they aren’t here when the massive earthquakes, plagues, hailstones, and disease kills billions of people who were left behind.

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