The biblical prophets tell us about the end of the world
Today there are countless prophecies that have astonished a considerable number of people, each of these theories makes some sense and many scientists are inclined to believe in them or simply discard them. Now, the Bible is a very old text that contains all the events of the world before, during and after the arrival of the messiah, but there are also things that generate intrigue in people, because the similarities between the text and reality are really amazing.
Bible scholars have found a series of verses with futuristic messages and fear that they are in fact prophecies that are close to being fulfilled, for example, that of the end of the world. In Matthew 24:36 they refer to the end of the world as follows: “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven or the Son, but the Father alone. That is to say, the end of the world will be imminent and nothing and no one can avoid it.
Peter’s prophecy for the end of the world
In Peter 3:12 we find the following verse: “That day will bring about the destruction of the heavens by fire, and the elements will melt in the heat. Undoubtedly, the revelation is disturbing and chilling, as it refers to the climate changes that are “coincidentally” occurring in all the territories of the world. Now, Matthew 24:20 says something similar. “For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; and there shall be pestilences, and famines, and earthquakes in the places.”
With the latter we can realize that the theories about an imminent earthquake can happen in the near future, but then, if an earthquake is generated around the world, the other natural disasters will make an appearance on our planet and end everything sooner than we can imagine.