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BBC Asteroid Impact Simulation End Of The World Predictions
A huge asteroid with a diameter of 500 Kilometer is going to impact on Earth! Destination: Pacific Ocean. The asteroid impact peels 10 kilometers crust off the surface of Earth. The resulting shockwave travels at hypersonic speed. The debris from the impact is blasted to the lower orbit of Earth, and they returns to destroy everything on the planet. The firestorm created by the asteroid impact encircles the Earth,
vaporizing everything in our world. Within 24 hours of asteroid impact, the entire Earth will be uninhabitable. The researchers have found that this scenario has happened 6 times in Earth's history.
Where We Are In Bible Prophecy Habakkuk
The Bible was written thousands of years ago,but it is as relevant as ever today. The Prophet Habakkuk's account is a prime example. Hediscussed three endtime catastrophes, followed by the greatest event in history. Discoverthe remarkable accuracy of the book of Habakkuk. Learn where we are in biblical prophecy next,on The Key of David, with Gerald Flurry. Greetings, everyone. Where ARE we in Bibleprophecyé The booklet or book of Habakkuk tells us in very specific terms where we arein Bible prophecy, and this book gives us the big OVERVIEW. It discusses four greatevents, and in the process tells us exactly where we are in prophecy, and I mean getsvery, very specific and precise in many ways.
The first three events are very deadly anddangerous, and the last one is the most beautiful and a wonderful event that you could everimagine because it's going to bring a thrill, should bring a thrill to all of us about whatis coming upon this Earth, and I mean in a very few years. The first great event discussed here is aWAR, an actual WAR going on, a spiritual war between God's own people, perhaps the greatestwar in God's Church EVER because, well, it is great because there are a lot of peopleinvolved, and that means eternal lives are won or lost, so that is EXTREMELY serious.
The next great event is that a new SUPERPOWERis going to explode on the world scene, and it's not Russia, it's not China, it's notIran. It's a European power. And this European powerthenext great eventis going to start a NUCLEAR WORLD WAR III and it's all very clear rightthere in your Bible, written over 2500 years ago. The Earth is going to be have a majorCHANGE, though. The fourth great event tells about God fillingthe Earth with hope and joy forever. Now, that's something that I want to show you howit's going to be done, and why it's so CRITICAL to learn that now, so that we can have hopein our lives today BEFORE it actually is a
reality on this Earth, and for ALL mankind. So let's see where we are in Bible prophecyand see how specific and concrete that God does get in these prophecies. Habakkuk 2 andverse 2 from the Revised Standard Version. It reads: quot;And the LORD answered me: quot;Writethe vision;quot; which is a prophecy that I'll talk to you about today throughout the program,quot;make it plain upon tablets, so HE may run who reads it.quot; The very URGENT message, EXTREMELYurgent. Make it clear so people can run or really move fast because this prophecy iscoming fast at all of us. Verse 3: quot;For still the vision awaits itstime;quot; or its appointed time according to
the King James, quot;it hastens to the enditwill not lie.quot; It hastens to the END, right here in this end time, the end of the ageof man ruling over man. It HASTENS to that end, and this new Earth filled with joy andhope for all men and all women on this Earth. It goes on to say in verse 3: quot;If it seemslow, wait for it; it will surely come, it will not delay.quot; Surely that's one of themost urgent messages in all the Bible, TREMENDOUSLY urgent! A specific time appointed, it sayshere. This is a special time. And here's what the Anchor Bible Commentarystates: quot;These few prose particles are enough to show that the discourse is not general,but it is referring to specific topics, concrete
objects. God is getting extremely concreteand specific.quot; He discusses three individuals here I'll show you in the very first chapter,and tells you that you can determine who they are, certainly two of them have already beenon the scene, and you can PROVE that to yourself. Now, that shows you something in the Biblethat most people don't understand, but God gets SO SPECIFIC that ANYBODY ought to bemoved and stirred by what they read in their own Bibles. And of course, it also talks abouta great court brawl and a mighty empire that is already on the scene, but just waitingfor its strong man, and that is going to shock the world when that happens, and it probablywill happen this year or next. This Bible
Lecture 18 Literary Prophecy Micah Zephaniah Nahum and Habbakuk
Professor ChristineHayes: We were talking last time about prophets of theAssyrian crisis. We've talked about two of thenorthern prophets, Amos and Hosea,and we started talking about Isaiah who was a southernprophet, a prophet in Judah; and we'll be talking now aboutthe second southern prophet of the Assyrian crisis. That is Micah, or Micah.
And he is said to come from thetown of Moreshet, which is about 25 milessouthwest of Jerusalem. So he's in Judah,and he's the last of the eighthcentury prophets. He's quite different from thecitybred Isaiah. He seems to have been a ruralprophet who spoke for the poor farmers.Now, he's prophesying in the second part of the eighthcentury, so 740 to about 700.
He's attacking the northernkingdom, although he's a southern prophet. He attacks Israel foridolatries and says that the kingdom will surely fall becauseof these. So he also follows the otherprophets, as we've seen, in condemning the people fortheir moral failings. The greedy landowners,the dishonest merchants, the aristocracy,they're all targets of his
denunciations as are otherleaders: the priests, the judges, royalty,the royal house as well as other false prophets. But the greatest contrastbetween Isaiah and Micahif you want to differentiate these twosouthern prophets of the Assyrian crisis in yourmindthe greatest contrast lies in his view of the city asinherently corrupt. It's inherently sinful;it's inherently doomed to
destruction.Isaiah had preached the inviolability of Zion and Micahis sharply critical of the Davidic dynasty.He ridicules the idea of the inviolability of Zion. He ridicules the belief thatthe presence of the sanctuary in Jerusalem somehow protects thecity from harm. He says, on the contrary,that God will destroy his city and his house if need be.
Micah 3:912:Hear this, you rulers of the House ofJacob, You chiefs of the House ofIsrael, Who detest justiceAnd make crooked all that is straight,Who build Zion with crime, Jerusalem with iniquity! Her rulers judge for gifts,Her priests give rulings for a fee,And her prophets divine for pay;