Artifact Discovered with the Prophet Isaiah’s Signature and Things to Come?
How many times have you heard someone say, “The Bible is a fairytale” and other dismissive comments on the validity of ancient Scripture? As archeologist continue to discover Biblically commemorative artifacts like the 2013 discovery of one of King David’s palaces, it should be apparent the Bible is not a fairytale. Four days ago, archaeologist, Dr. Eilat Mazar, based in Israel reported they found a clay seal mark that may bear the signature of the Biblical Prophet Isaiah. This is an astounding find especially now because the Book of Isaiah is also a prophetic book for our current Age.
Interview with Dr. Eilat Mazar about the Isaiah Bulla
The artifact is said to be 2,700 and was discovered at the foot of the southern wall of Jerusalem’s Temple Mount. Seals were used just like in today’s time to authenticate documents or items. I wonder if this is a sign more Isaiah prophecy is around the corner? The Book of Isaiah has prophecy yet to be fulfilled regarding the Sun, pits (sinkholes), and the great earthquake. In Isaiah 30:26, it states, “The moon will shine like the sun, and the sunlight will be seven times brighter, like the light of seven full days, when the LORD binds up the bruises of his people and heals the wounds he inflicted.” This obvious solar event is unfathomable in attempting to imagine seven days of sunshine bundled up into one day.
The Sun will be so bright the moon will reflect this light and appear like a second Sun! The next Isaiah prophecy yet to happen is Isaiah 24:17-20 and this prophecy is addressed to the people of the Earth. No one is exempt from this prophecy and it is a prophecy of earthquakes and an unstable earth. The earthquakes will cause more sinkholes on the Earth because they change the plumbing of the Earth. These earthquakes are leading up to the greatest earthquake of all time stated in the Book of Revelation 6-19. I believe it is no coincidence an artifact was discovered bearing Isaiah’s mark and it is a sign of things to come.