As those Bible students soon found out, however, it can be one thing to learn what the Bible teaches about a certain doctrinal subject but quite another to discern correctly the meaning of a Bible prophecy. Why is that so? For one thing, Bible prophecies are often best understood when they are undergoing fulfillment or after they have been fulfilled. But there is another factor. To understand a prophecy correctly, we generally have to consider its context. If we focus on only one aspect of the prophecy and ignore the rest, we may draw the wrong conclusion. In hindsight, it seems that this has been the case with a prophecy in the book of Joel. Let us review that prophecy and discuss why an adjustment in our present understanding is needed.........study article 14 year 2020
Emphasis on Bible prophecies are often best understood after they have been fulfilled
If we focus on only one aspect of the prophecy and ignore the rest, we may draw the wrong conclusion......same study article.
For many years, we have applied that prophecy symbolically to the way in which Jehovah’s people, like an unstoppable swarm of locusts, engage in their preaching activity.
However, when we consider the prophecy in its context, we see that a different understanding is appropriate. Let us examine four reasons why this is so.......same article
When those prophecies are taught and speculated back then they are truth but when they add as captured in this article that new interpretation is different or admitting not following context leads to wrong interpretation. Then you can be guaranteed that they are all bunch of ...............................
In reality the prophecies were made to fulfill and match their doctrines nothing else. They were not explained or interpreted to fulfill what was intended by the writer of those prophecies.