“Nation will rise against nation.”​—Matthew 24:7.

Fulfillment: In the early years of the 20th century, many were expecting continued peace. The start of World War I shocked the world and began an era of unprecedented warfare. As the Bible book of Revelation foretold, peace was taken “away from the earth so that they [mankind] should slaughter one another.”​—Revelation 6:4.

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Who will fight at Armageddon?

” Jesus Christ will lead a heavenly army to victory over God’s enemies. (Revelation 19:11-​16, 19-​21) These enemies include those who oppose God’s authority and who treat God with contempt.​—Ezekiel 39:7.”

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Why are there prophecies in the Bible?

”Bible prophecies already fulfilled give us a sound basis for faith in God. (Hebrews 11:1) They also give us confidence that God’s promises of a better future will come true. Thus, Bible prophecy gives us sure hope.—Read Psalm 37:29; Romans 15:4.”

Who has access to the Bible?

“Every nation and tribe and tongue and people” can benefit from the good news found in the Bible. (Read Revelation 14:6.) God made sure that the Bible would be available in more languages than any other book in history. Almost everyone has access to the Bible. This is true no matter where people live or what language they speak.


”The Holy Scriptures refer to God by various titles, such as Creator and Almighty God. Some titles stress God’s attributes, such as his holiness, his power, his justice, his wisdom, and his love. However, God also gave himself a unique personal name​—Jehovah. ”

The Bible foretold that the Messiah would come into the world and deliver people from sickness, suffering, and death.
Is Jesus Christ that one?

The wisdom recorded in the Bible reflects our Creator’s care for us. He wants us to be safe. Such “wisdom is a protection,” says Ecclesiastes 7:12, for it “preserves the life of its owner.”

“Just a little while longer, and the wicked will be no more; you will look at where they were, and they will not be there. But the meek will possess the earth, and they will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace.”​—PSALM 37:10, 11.

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Whether you pray aloud or silently. God answers even silent prayers that others aren’t aware of.​—Nehemiah 2:1-6.