Saturday, December 31, 2011

Fearless Predictions For 2012

Gian Lorenzo Bernini - Dove of the Holy Spirit...                           Image via Wikipedia
1. The Bible will continue to contain all the answers to the world's problems.

2. Prayer will still be the most powerful thing on earth.

3. The Holy Spirit will still be moving over the earth and among God's people.

4. God will still honor His promises to His people.

5. Faithful people will still suffer persecution for righteousness' sake and their faithful witness to Christ.

6. God's people will still sing praises to God.

7. God will still provide room at His cross for drowning men who seek Him.

8. God's people will still receive God's blessings in abundance.

9. Jesus will still love you.

10. We will be one year closer to the coming of the Lord.

"The Word of the Lord endures forever." I Peter 1:25.

8 comments:

Patsplace said...

Don'cha hate those folks that state the obvious and call it a prediction of things to come? lol

Tongue firmly in cheek

Anonymous said...

You forgot one; "Insane people will still continue to believe in imaginary friends."
SDC

Joe said...

In this life there are certain certainties and some some uncertain certainties. What Richard listed I call Certain Certainties. Keeping his list noble Richard did not list any uncertain certainties like SDC will continue to make the Same Dumb Comments (unless the Good Lord opens SDC eyes to the reality to which he is now blind).

New Year Blessings on you and yours Richard, SDC and the rest of Richard's many readers.

RkBall said...

Thank you, Joe.

May the God of Abraham shine his light on all readers.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your inspirational posting RK.

Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

I can tell you that I'm not about to trade reason and logic for superstition, but I do hope that you all had a happy Saturnalia; the Festivus pole here was exceptionally bright, due to a coating of clear lacquer to prevent corrosion.

Joe said...

Annon 8:34 was that written as sarcasm? Not trading logic for superstition involves invoking Saturnalia? Who knew?

Anon1152 said...

"1. The Bible will continue to contain all the answers to the world's problems."

That's not just a prediction. It's a historical claim... that could perhaps be verified.

-anon1152

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"