The signs clearly say, as so many rabbis and experts have confirmed, that we are living in prophetic times preceding the messiah.2018 saw a host of “End of Days” events and predictions actualized. In January, snow fell on the Sahara – the world’s hottest desert – paralleling prophecies of Isaiah. In May, President Trump moved the US embassy to Jerusalem, many likening the American leader to Cyrus, the Persian King who ended the Babylonian exile and paved the way for the Second Temple in Jerusalem. In September, an entirely red female calf was born (which later died, though there are two more candidates that will be checked in the coming week), the prophesied tenth and final of its kind before the messiah, enabling Israel to become ritually pure and reinstate the Temple Service. In November, nations gathered in Israel for an interfaith conference about the Temple Mount. Throughout the year, Jerusalem saw a spike in inbound-tourism, breaking all-time records of tourists, many Christian. We call it tourism, but prophets talked about it as Biblical prophecy.Indeed, many extraordinary events signal the miraculous times in which we are living. Breaking Israel News looks back on these prophetic moments and suggests five further prophecies that could be fulfilled in 2019.