On his latest blog, Bro. Eli Soriano discussed the prophesied isles of the east in response to a critic who questioned the international televangelist about the Philippines’ place in the Holy Scriptures.
The blogging preacher started the first of his two-part blog by enumerating things that have existed but which names are not specifically stated in the Bible.
“So it does not mean that if a particular name is not mentioned in the Bible, it is not in the Bible,” argued Bro. Eli, adding, “in fact, the Bible is the mirror from which we can gauge or see things that exist since creation.”
Bro. Eli further showed why in the Bible the eastern isles refers to the Philippines, thus, fulfilling a biblical prophecy. He continued his discussion about the significance of this biblical truth in today’s time.
“But it doesn’t mean that because the name of a particular nation or a country cannot be read in the Bible, that nation is not included in the Biblical prophecy – just like the case of my country, the Philippines.”
The latest blog garnered comments from its readers from different parts of the world, such as from Mr. Nonie Ramos of New York, USA:
“It is a wonder how the Philippines, a country of 7,100 and odd islands, stands as the only Bible-believing nation in the eastern part of the globe. Well, it is a wonder as well that the island country would be part of a Bible prophecy. Without the least trace of doubt, after reading the references provided and as a Bible believer, the Philippines fulfills a Bible prophecy in our time. God’s thoughts are not or thoughts, and unfathomable is His judgment, and so we submit to His will. Thanks be to God,” states Ramos.
“Graças a Deus, sempre deixando muito bem claro, tirando todas as dúvidas em quem quer entender o que é Verdade, a Deus seja a Glória, Amém!,” writes Mr. Rafael Costa of South America in his native tongue.
On Twitter, supporters of Mr. Controversy also tweeted their thoughts about the latest blog, using the hashtag #TheTruthCaster.
The first part of the two-part blog series may be read here.
(Written by Pauline Arellano)