The Bible talk about the Rumour of War do you believe what the Bible say is coming true?

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  • Paul
    Lv 6
    6 months ago

    It has been true ever since nations began to be formed by humans.

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  • 6 months ago

    In the last days (first century to present) there will be wars and rumors of wars.

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  • KinWin
    Lv 5
    6 months ago

    Everything in the bible has happened or will happen.

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  • 6 months ago

    Jesus talked about wars and rumors of wars before He was crucified. It's all detailed in Matthew chapter 24. But those who are ignorant of Jesus' words here, fail to spot that He added that such wars and rumors of war would NOT be a sign of 'the end'. His exact words were,

    "You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come." (verse 6)

    He went on to detail many more distinct signs that would all have to combine within one generation before He would return in spectacular glory - like lightning flashing across the sky, visible in the east and right across to the west (vs.27)

    I believe that what Jesus said about the much more distinct signs are beginning to combine and may well all be met within one generation.

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    • Annsan_In_Him
      Lv 7
      6 months agoReport

      Good question, Jeremy. The generation that heard Him speak lived to see the fulfilment of the utter destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans in AD70. But the rest of the prophecy was about when Jesus returns to Earth in spectacular glory and signs for that are building up within this generation.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    Indeed I do and so should you: Matthew 24:4-31

    He foretels wars and great commotions among the nations, v. 6,7. When Christ was born, there was a universal peace in the empire, the temple of Janus was shut; but think not that Christ came to send, or continue such a peace (Luke 12:51); no, his city and his wall are to be built even in troublesome times, and even wars shall forward his work. From the time that the Jews rejected Christ, and he left their house desolate, the sword did never depart from their house, the sword of the Lord was never quiet, because he had given it a charge against a hypocritical nation and the people of his wrath, and by it brought ruin upon them.

    Here is, 1. A prediction of the event of the day; You will now shortly hear of wars, and rumours of wars. When wars are, they will be heard; for every battle of the warrior is with confused noise, Isa 9:5. See how terrible it is (Jer 4:19), Thou hast heard, O my soul, the alarm of war! Even the quiet in the land, and the least inquisitive after new things, cannot but hear the rumours of war. See what comes of refusing the gospel! Those that will not hear the messengers of peace, shall be made to hear the messengers of war. God has a sword ready to avenge the quarrel of his covenant, his new covenant. Nation shall rise up against nation, that is, one part or province of the Jewish nation against another, one city against another (2 Chron 15:5,6); and in the same province and city one party or faction shall rise up against another, so that they shall be devoured by, and dashed in pieces against one another, Isa 9:19-21.

    2. A prescription of the duty of the day; See that ye be not troubled. Is it possible to hear such sad news, and not be troubled? Yet, where the heart is fixed, trusting in God, it is kept in peace, and is not afraid, no not of the evil tidings of wars, and rumours of wars; no not the noise of Arm, arm. Be not troubled;

    Me throeithe

    —Be not put into confusion or commotion; not put into throes, as a woman with child by a fright; see that ye be not

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    . Note, There is need of constant care and watchfulness to keep trouble from the heart when there are wars abroad; and it is against the mind of Christ, that his people should have troubled hearts even in troublous times.

    We must not be troubled, for two reasons.

    (1.) Because we are bid to expect this: the Jews must be punished, ruin must be brought upon them; by this the justice of God and the honour of the Redeemer must be asserted; and therefore all those things must come to pass; the word is gone out of God's mouth, and it shall be accomplished in its season. Note, The consideration of the unchangeableness of the divine counsels, which govern all events, should compose and quiet our spirits, whatever happens. God is but performing the thing that is appointed for us, and our inordinate trouble is an interpretative quarrel with that appointment. Let us therefore acquiesce, because these things must come to pass; not only necessitate decreti—as the product of the divine counsel, but necessitate medii—as a means in order to a further end. The old house must be taken down (though it cannot be done without noise, and dust, and danger), ere the new fabric can be erected: the things that are shaken (and ill shaken they were) must be removed, that the things which cannot be shaken may remain, Heb 12:27.

    (2.) Because we are still to expect worse; The end is not yet; the end of time is not, and, while time lasts, we must expect trouble, and that the end of one affliction will be but the beginning of another; or, "The end of these troubles is not yet; there must be more judgments that one made use of to bring down the Jewish power; more vials of wrath must yet be poured out; there is but one woe past, more woes are yet to come, more arrows are yet to be spent upon them out of God's quiver; therefore be not troubled, do not give way to fear and trouble, sink not under the present burthen, but rather gather in all the strength and spirit you have, to encounter what is yet before you. Be not troubled to hear of wars and rumours of wars; for then what will become of you when the famines and pestilences come?" If it be to us a vexation but to understand the report (Isa 28:19), what will it be to feel the stroke when it toucheth the bone and the flesh? If running with the footmen weary us, how shall we contend with horses? And if we be frightened at a little brook in our way, what shall we do in the swellings of Jordan? Jer 12:5.

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  • 6 months ago

    Er, the whole of Revelation! Here's a timeline of Revelation

    Revelation chapter 1-3: the "Church Age" which we are in at the moment.

    Revelation chapter 4: the Rapture. The Rapture happens in verse 2.

    Revelation 5-19:10: the Time of Jacob's Trouble

    Revelation 19:11-21: the Battle of Armageddon and Christ's Second coming.

    Revelation 20:1-9: Christ's 1,000 year riegn.

    And the rest is Eternity after the Great White Throne Judgement and God making all things new.

    And all this will happen soon. Amen.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    It's funny, the jehovah's witnesses still use that lame argument to support their stupid belief of "the end times". 🤕

    • Annsan_In_Him
      Lv 7
      6 months agoReport

      Those who are ignorant of Jesus' words here, fail to spot that He added that such wars and rumors of war would NOT be a sign of 'the end'. The JWs are the worst culprits for abusing Jesus' actual words here, Mat. 24:6.

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  • Acetek
    Lv 4
    6 months ago

    Wars and rumors of wars have be going on for millennia. the bible is a book of fiction and has not predicted a single thing

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  • 6 months ago

    Name a time in the last 2000 years when there has not been a war, or rumors of war.

    This is as useful to "prophesizing" that snow will fall in Alaska this year.

    • Annsan_In_Him
      Lv 7
      6 months agoReport

      Those who are ignorant of Jesus' words here, fail to spot that He added that such wars and rumors of war would NOT be a sign of 'the end'. He went on to detail many more distinct signs that all have to combine within one generation.

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  • Jeremy
    Lv 6
    6 months ago

    No. Why would you think this is currently any more true than any of these past events?

    Germanic Wars in 113–596, killing 1,000,000.

    The Three Kingdoms War and Yellow Turban Rebellion in 184–280, killing 40,000,000.

    Jewish–Roman Wars from 66–136, killing 2,000,000.

    The Moorish Wars, from 534–548, killing 5,000,000.

    The An Lushan Rebellion of 755–763, killing 36,000,000.

    Goryeo–Khitan Wars of 993–1019, killing 90,000+

    The Crusades, from 1095–1291, killing 3,000,000.

    Mongol conquest from 1206–1368, killing 40,000,000.

    Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, 1519–1632, killing 24,300,000+.

    Eighty Years' War, 1568–1648, killing 700,000.

    Anglo-Spanish War (1585–1604), killing 88,285+.

    Qing conquest of the Ming from 1616–1662, killing 25,000,000.

    Mughal–Maratha Wars from 1658-1707, killing Mughal–Maratha Wars.

    American Revolutionary War, 1775–1783, killing 159,000.

    Napoleonic Wars, 1803–1815, killing 7,000,000.

    Dungan Revolt, 1862–1877, killing 12,000,000

    Mexican Revolution, 1910–1920, killing 2,000,000.

    World War I, killing 21,000,000.

    Chinese Civil War from 1927–1949, killing 11,692,000.

    Second Sino-Japanese War from 1937–1945, 25,000,000

    World War II, killing 85,000,000.

    At no point in history has there not been wars or rumors of war. This list extends back farther into history than when the prophecy was made, and at no point during two millennia of wars and rumors of wars did we encounter any end times. I don't see why some relatively small skirmish in the middle east today killing a few thousand will trip the trigger when two thousand years of wars with death-tolls in the tens of millions each didn't.

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    • Tom6 months agoReport

      When you put it like that... Oooooooo, la, la!!!!!! 341,029,285 people! 4.87% of today's population! We really are in the end times!

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