June 16, 2019

Evangelist to conduct seminar in Bangor> Shuttlesworth to discuss prophecy of the Bible

BANGOR — Evangelist Tiff Shuttlesworth will conduct a seminar on prophecy at Glad Tidings Church, 1033 Broadway, Bangor. Services will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, and 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7.

The 66 books of the Bible, Shuttlesworth points out, were written by numerous authors from diverse backgrounds, in several different locations over hundreds of years.

“Yet with all of these variables,” Shuttlesworth said, “the Bible contains not one contradiction or error. When you consider the numerous accounts of detailed events and the startling prophetic statements, it leaves no room for doubt concerning the validity of Holy Scripture.”

One-third of the Bible is prophecy, Shuttlesworth said. “Over 60 percent of the prophecies in the Bible have already come to pass with complete and total accuracy.”

Prophecy is not just for Bible scholars, ministers and seminary students, he said. “If so much of the Bible is prophecy, perhaps God intended through these predictions to reveal something about his character and faithfulness, not just to the people who first heard them, but also to those who read them today.”

In particular, Shuttlesworth said, there are four Bible predictions that will have a great impact on people’s lives. “The Bible promises us that in the last days there will come: 1) a one-world government; 2) a one-world monetary system; 3) a one-world ruler; 4) a one-world military power.

“The Bible also describes the condition of our society and specific signs that will define the end of the age,” he said.

All are welcome to attend these services. Shuttlesworth has led evangelistic services in several states and countries.

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