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The Old Testament Prophecies that Frighten Atheists

Anyone who has ears, let them hear!

“My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me.” – Jesus

330 prophecies in the Old Testament pointed to Jesus. This video highlights some of the most obvious in hopes that those who have ears to hear will hear the Word of God.


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2 Responses

  1. There are not 330 prophecies in the bible pointing to Jesus. What some, not even all,Christians claim are words taken entire out of context, and most are not even predictions of anything at all,but statements of what the authors thought as fact. No atheist is afraid of your attempts to gin up fear through making easily destroyed claims of “prophecy”. and it’s great fun to see other Christians claiming 351 “prophecies” or 356 prophecies. I guess it’s hard to keep nonsense straight.

  2. The prophecies in the OT is so amazing…

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