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10 End Times Predictions Fulfilled

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There are approximately 2,500 prophecies in the Bible. About 2,000 (80%) have already been fulfilled in perfect detail. That leaves about 500 (20%), most of which will be fulfilled during the End Times. But amazingly, some of those “future” prophecies have started to be fulfilled in our lifetime. In this publication we will highlight 10 significant signs that indicate we are living on the doorstep of the Last Days.

1. Revival of Israel

Is. 66:8, Jer. 16:14-15, Ezk. 11:17, 37-38, Hos. 3:4-5, 6:1-3

This prophecy was fulfilled on May 14, 1948. There is no other nation in world history that was scattered for more than 3 generations and regathered. Israel’s regathering is a “Super Sign” of the End Times because it indicates that we have arrived at the “last generation.” Ps. 102:16, 18 reads, “For the Lord will rebuild Zion and appear in his glory … Let this be written for a future generation, that a people not yet created may praise the Lord.” We learn that when Zion (Jerusalem/Israel) is rebuilt, that Jesus will return soon thereafter. The Hebrew word “acharon” is only translated as “future” this one time. The overwhelming majority of times it is translated as “last.” Also Joel 3:1-2 indicates that the Last Days will follow soon after Israel is regathered in their land.

2. Israel Returns in Unbelief

Ezk. 37:7-10, Rom. 11:25-26

The Jews are one of the few ethno-religious groups in world history, meaning their name describes their ethnicity as well as their religion. Yet, the vast majority of Jews today are agnostic or atheist. According to a 2013 Pew Research study and a 2015 Gallup poll, only 15% of American Jews and 30% of Israeli Jews claim to be religious. In addition, only about 2% of Jews worldwide believe in Jesus as their Messiah. The Bible predicts that when the nation of Israel is restored, they will be hardened against God “in part” until all the Gentiles who will come to faith in Jesus, do so. We are currently living between verses 8 and 10 in Ezekiel 37.

3. Revival of the Hebrew Language

Zeph. 3:9

The Jews lived in other countries for 1800+ years and spoke other languages. They did not even speak Hebrew commonly during Jesus’ day. But in fulfillment of prophecy, they collectively chose to re-learn Hebrew and make it, along with Arabic, their official languages in 1948 and then exclusively Hebrew in 2018.

4. Revival of the Shekel

Ezk. 45:12

Ezekiel predicts that the Shekel will be the future currency in Israel. That was fulfilled on February 24, 1980.

5. Reforestation of Israel

Is. 41:19-20 & Ezk. 36:33-36

In 1867, Mark Twain visited Israel and wrote about his experience: “The further we went [toward Jerusalem] the hotter the sun got, and the more rocky and bare, repulsive and dreary the landscape became … There was hardly a tree or a shrub any where. Even the olive and the cactus, those fast friends of a worthless soil, had almost deserted the country.” Since becoming a nation, Israel planted 200+ million trees. The land now produces 95% of their food requirements compared to the U.S. which produces 85% of its own needs. The land is incredibly fertile today, when it was a barren wasteland just 100 years ago.

6. Global Anti-Semitism

Zech. 12:2-3, 14:2, Psalm 83, Ezk. 38:1-6

Anti-Semitism has grown exponentially in our generation. More than 35% of the worldwide Jewish population was murdered in the Holocaust. According to the ADL, incidents of anti-Semitism in the US rose almost 400% in the weeks following the horrific October 7, 2023 Hamas attack. Anti-Semitism is irrational, considering that Israel is so small and insignificant. Israel is the size of New Jersey with a total population of about 7 million (16 million worldwide). The population is similar to countries like Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan or half the size of Benin, which are countries most Americans do not even know exist. Yet Israel is at the center of world controversy, just as the Word of God predicted long ago.

7. Rise of Atheistic/Evolutionary Philosophies

2 Pet. 3:3-5

Theism has been the dominant philosophy through all of world history. However, we have seen a dramatic rise in atheistic philosophies over the last 100 years. In fact, the religious “nones,” those who espouse no religious affiliation, rose from virtually 0% in the 1950s to 1/5 of all U.S. adults. Peter specifically indicates that the rise of atheism will be a unique feature of the last days.  

8. World War

Mat. 24:7

Is there a difference between “wars” in verse 6 and “nation will rise against nation” in verse 7? In his book The Footsteps of the Messiah, Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum says, “In Jesus’ day, the expression of nation against nation, kingdom against kingdom was a Jewish idiom of a world war preceding the coming of the Messiah.” This prophecy was fulfilled on July 28, 1914 and September 1, 1939 when the first two world wars in the history of this planet started.

9. Speed of Travel will Dramatically Increase

Dan. 12:4

The L.A. Dodgers adopted their name in 1896, originally as the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers, because fans visiting the stadium had to dodge out of the way of speeding trolley cars. The top speed was a sluggish 15 mph. They moved as fast as we are forced to drive through an active school zone. But that was 3x faster than a typical horse drawn carriage. After studying Dan. 12:4, Isaac Newton said, “Man will some day be able to travel at the tremendous speed of 40 miles an hour.” Such a prediction seemed ludicrous. In fact, the atheist French philosopher Voltaire replied, “See what a fool Christianity makes of an otherwise brilliant man, such as Sir Isaac Newton! Doesn't he know that if man traveled 40 miles an hour, he would suffocate and his heart would stop?” And yet today we regularly travel 500mph in commercial airplanes. The fastest people have ever traveled were the Apollo 10 astronauts at 24,000mph. For 99% of history, 5mph was normal but now we regularly drive 1500% faster without a second thought.

10. Knowledge will Dramatically Increase

Dan. 12:4

According to the Digital Journal, until the 20th century, human knowledge doubled every 100 years. By 1950 there was a huge jump and knowledge doubled every 25 years. By 2000 knowledge doubled every year. As of 2018, knowledge doubled every day. Today on the low end, some claim it is still doubling daily while others say 12 hrs. One evidence of this increase is advancing technology. We all walk around with mini computers in our pockets that have 100,000 times more computing power than the computers that landed Apollo 11 on the moon.


The next major End Times prophecy Christians are waiting for is called The Rapture (1 Thes. 4:13-18). In a single moment, Jesus will take to heaven all those who have put their faith in His death and resurrection to save them from their sin. We do not know when this event will occur, but as we see End Time prophecy being fulfilled before our eyes, we know it is coming soon. If you are not sure you would be taken to heaven in the rapture, or are unsure you have been reconciled to God, please find a Bible-believing church or speak with a Christian friend. Romans 10:9 says, “If you declare with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.” If you believe what this verse says and are ready to follow Jesus, then in your own words tell Him, and know that you are a child of God.

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