Be Fulfilled

by admin ~ December 20th, 2014. Filed under: Brandenburg.

Common in scripture are the words, “be fulfilled,” and speaking of the fufillment of a prophecy.   Ezra 1:1 reads, “that the word of the LORD by the mouth of Jeremiah might be fulfilled, the LORD stirred up the spirit of Cyrus king of Persia.”  Matthew 1:22 says, speaking of the events of Christ’s birth, “Now all this was done, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the prophet.”  Then there are a lot of those in the gospels, all pointing to Jesus’ fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy.  People should have expected Him.  Do you think this is true?  Do you think people should know?  There is nothing like it and people don’t know about it.  They don’t hear it in school any more, since the public school has removed the Bible.  Television doesn’t show a true presentation of scripture.  When Hollywood makes a film, it’s trying to pull in an evangelical audience, as in this recent film, Exodus, but it isn’t telling the truth, just attempting to make money with entertainment.  Over thirty times we get the “be fulfilled” language in the gospels, testifying to prophecies that authenticate the truth of God’s Word.  The story of the world is God’s story.  The truth about it is the truth of God’s Word.  He tells us and He wants us to tell others.  They might now want it, and might not listen, but we’ve got to keep trying.  Will we?

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