a prophecy 

A Fulfillment 

A historical event.  Only history can confirm the fulfillment of a prophecy.  Based on your interpretation.  Can it be trusted?  Can your bible translation be trusted?   Can 60 different English translations of the bible be trusted?  They don’t agree on the “word of God”.  Do they agree on anything?  Maybe numbers.  

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a number 

A Color 

A guide to interpretation.  You can trust numbers and maybe colors to be reliably translated.  Not so much with the other words.  The “words of God” are seen differently by the many different translators.  Who can you trust?  Historians.  What can you trust?  Maybe numbers.  Historians have trouble with dates but they do get close enough.  

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a prophecy 

A History 

A fulfillment of a prophecy.  Only history can verify the fulfillment of prophecy.  Only numbers can verify the interpretation of prophecy.  The translators and interpreters of the bible can’t seem to agree on most of the words but somehow they agree on the numbers.  The word of God may vary but not His numbers.  Follow the numbers.   

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a prophecy 

A Revelation 

A book of what is to come.  Only history can verify what has been prophesied.  History based on numbers.  Not on interpretation.  You can only trust numbers.  Numbers do not have to be interpreted.  Start with the big numbers like a thousand and it might lead you to the Byzantine Empire that fits with all the other numbers.  

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a hit on the internet 

A “Reign Of Christ” 

A problem with the bible.  The “Reign of Christ” cannot be found in the bible.  It will get over six millions hits if you google it.  Just another example of how the bible is misinterpreted.  Who can you trust?  What can you trust?  Numbers.  Interpretation is unavoidable but you should at least have the numbers to back it up.   

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a translator 

A Bible 

A version of each translation.  Before the printer, no two bibles were alike.  Now no two translations are alike.  And there are way too many.  About 60 English translations.  Each translation has more than one version.  So the “Word of God” is subject to translations, revisions, and interpretation.  For the most part they agree on numbers.   

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