Yisrayl Hawkins Says the Bible Described the Modern Computer Thousands of Years Ago in New Post
Many know that computers have origins in 1934, but Texas Pastor shows early Prophecies with information for today.
Yisrayl Hawkins, Pastor and Overseer at The House of Yahweh in Abilene, Texas, has written a new post this week that reveals where the Bible describes the modern computer and how it relates to this current generation. Yisrayl says a new generation was born in 1934, and along with it came many advances in technology that was all clearly part of a Biblical Prophecy. He says the Prophecy is described in the Bible and directly involves current generational events and conclusions.
“The Holy Scriptures give a clear picture of the modern computer. It’s here a little and there a little, so it’s not obvious to the average person. You have to be inspired and guided in order to piece it together and get the accurate understanding,” Yisrayl explains.
Yisrayl says there are many Biblical Prophecies taking place right before the very eyes of the world, but most are not obvious to them. He says there are many times when news events, which seem meaningless to most people, have a huge significance in the prophetic timeline to the scripturally trained eye. He writes about these events, their prophetic meanings, and significance in each of his letters.
Yisrayl says the best way to gain a better understanding of Bible Prophecy is to watch their weekly service live streams on Sabbaths every seventh day of the week at 9:00am CST on their website and Facebook live.
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