Let God teach you

The first thing I want to say in this post is God can amaze you in the classroom if you allow him to teach you. I was playing a biblical game I have on my iPhone and came across a certain question, something to do with Libya. I thought to myself, the Bible doesn’t say anything about Libya, the game then corrected my thinking and showed me some scriptural text. Me being intrigued now, I grabbed my Bible from my side table and flicked to Ezekiel. The fact that the Bible mentioned Libya alone intrigued me. Did I know what this meant? Something written thousands of years ago still is visible today. I read through the first 10 or so verses and saw God say that Libya would attack in the latter days, along with the Persian empire and Ethiopia.

I started thinking of the recent turmoil in the African country and the global impact. It then started to make sense, these things must happen for the prophecy to be fulfilled. If Libya is destroyed then this can’t be fulfilled. Libya needs to remain, Libya became much more important to me in respect to the end of the world.

I can see that a prophecy with no knowledge is as good as dead. When you see things happening that have been spoken of it becomes apparent that something deeper is going on. Just like when Jesus acted in certain manners, the people then realised the prophets spoke of this. This is how people established that prophecy was fulfilled.

We should learn to be better students and be aware of signs. God uses signs sometimes as a reminder of what he is intending to do.

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Israel

He’s learning to serve the Christian community better and better each day through his teaching on the Bible (both theory and practical application for everyday life). Israel Ikhinmwin loves to share the truth of God’s word and be an example for other Christians looking to develop your faith.

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