A Flat Tyre

Of the hundreds of specific and detailed prophecies in the Bible we could examine, here is one of the most famous: the body of prophecy concerning the destruction of Tyre. That magnificent Phoenician city on the coast of Palestine was leveled to the dust by Alexander the Great in 332 B.C. in one of history's most spectacular battles.'

Tyre was the proudest and most prosperous city on earth when Ezekiel wrote chapters 26 and 28 - the emporium of the world, its markets bulging with gold and precious stones from Ethiopia and Arabia, silver from Spain, tin from Britain, emeralds from Damascus, ivory from the East, and wheat, honey, and oil from Palestine.

What is the simplest and yet most profound evidence the Bible offers? Fulfilled Biblical prophecy.

Here is a study on the specific prophecy of the city of Tyre and how it was fulfilled.

Jun 30, 1996
Sunday - AM
Ezekiel 26; Isaiah 45:1-3
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