The Certainty of the Messianic Prophecies


After Jesus had risen from the dead He told His disciples that everything He had said and done were direct fulfillments of what had been written for the Messiah. The Old Testament scriptures were constructed by God so that the world would know and understand that Jesus is the true Messiah. The fact that the Jews, did not receive their Messiah when He came, was also predicted by the prophets. Jesus held the jewish leaders responsible to know these prophecies and prepare the people for His arrival. The Jewish nation and people failed to recognize that time of their visitation. Jesus pronounced judgment upon their nation in a blindness that would last until the final days. That blindness has continued for nearly 2,000 years. Just 38 years after the nation of Israel rejected their Messiah, the Roman army destroyed Israel and the Temple and disbursed the Jews throughout the world.

Then Jesus said to them, “These are the words which I spoke to you while I was still with you, that all things must be fulfilled which were written in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms concerning Me.” And He opened their understanding, that they might comprehend the Scriptures. Then He said to them, “Thus it is written, and thus it was necessary for the Christ to suffer and to rise from the dead the third day, and that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in His name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem.  —Luke 24:44-47

Jesus said that the prophecies of Moses, the Prophets, and the Psalms, were written for Him. What were these prophecies and how did Jesus fulfill them? I have written two extensive books that detail all of these Old Testament prophecies and demonstrate how Jesus alone fulfilled these words.

It is really quite easy to prove that Jesus is the Messiah from the Hebrew scriptures. In order to miss their application to Jesus one would have to possess the same blindness that Israel has retained for twenty centuries. If you will examine these prophecies that were written from 700-1,500 years before Jesus was born, and compare these to what Jesus actually said and did in the New Testament, you will see that they are unmistakable. Every event that is observed by the narrative of the New Testament, was specifically engineered by Jesus to fulfill each of the 400 Messianic prophecies. Jesus was very careful to be in the right place at the right time in order to ensure that He would fulfill the prophecies of Moses, the Prophets, and the Psalms.

The following is a list of the prophecies that Jesus fulfilled which are included in the two books that I have written which detail these events. Both are quite extensive. If you have any interest in the Messianic Prophecies of the Bible, these two books will take you on a journey of discovery that will drastically change your view of the Bible and the true identity of Jesus the Christ.

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Israel And The Jews: Historical Proof For God


Frederick the Great asked the Marquis D’Argens, “Can you give me one single irrefutable proof of God?” The marquis replied, “Yes, your majesty, the Jews.” Continue reading “Israel And The Jews: Historical Proof For God”


The Danger of Using the Term: “Extremism,” Without Context


Today, the term, “Extremism,” has come to mean individuals who are extreme in their religious beliefs—causing them to take extreme action against others. The recent attacks in London at the London Bridge are repeatedly referred to as the actions of “Extremists.”

The problem with using this term, without the context of “Islamic Extremist,” is that people will also use this term to define other groups who are also extreme in their belief system, but non violent. Continue reading “The Danger of Using the Term: “Extremism,” Without Context”

Why Some People Stop Believing In Jesus


Many of us know someone who claims that they once believed in Jesus, but now no longer follow Him. This is not a new phenomenon, it has been happening since Jesus arrived on earth 2,000 years ago.

What someone says is not always met by their actions. The test of any confession is what we do in the long term. Jesus was very clear that only those who endure till the end will be saved (Matthew 10:22). John later stated that because certain individuals had departed Jesus’ church that this was proof that they never were a part of it. Continue reading “Why Some People Stop Believing In Jesus”

Your Disability, Inadequacy, Failures, and Weakness Are All Part Of God’s Plan


A few days ago I was clicking through the channels on my TV, looking for something of redeeming value when I was stopped by something that was being said by one of the actors in a particular movie:

What is Parkinson’s?”

“Oh, that’s God’s special way of telling us that He loves us...”

Of course this actor meant this in a derisive and condescending way towards God; knowing that this particular person is an Atheist. What interested me about his remarks was that he was not far from the actual truth.

We tend to think of human disabilities as negative parts of life. Some critics of God say that these disabilities are clear evidence that God does not exist; if He does, He does not really loves us. The thought here is that disabilities or inadequacies or anything that makes us less than normal, are what is wrong with human life. Continue reading “Your Disability, Inadequacy, Failures, and Weakness Are All Part Of God’s Plan”

Proving the Existence of God

The fundamental question that must be asked regarding whether or not God exists, is what kind of evidence there is to validate such an assertion?

I have spent more than forty years seeking, examining, and documenting the evidence for God. It is my professional opinion as a researcher, and critical author, that the evidence for the existence of a singular, transcendent, unlimited Being, is substantial, empirical, and conclusive. Those who present an argument that there is no evidence for God are simply misinformed or willfully ignorant. It is impossible to maintain this position due to the massive amount of evidence that resides within the reach of any interested person. Continue reading “Proving the Existence of God”