by Moody Adams The odds makers predicted Alabama would beat Notre Dame by 10 points. They were wrong. Alabama won by 28 points. The Huffington Post's Jordan Schultz, predicted Notre Dame was a team of destiny. He was wrong. Later he said it, ‘I was wrong.’
Te'o — Notre Dame’s senior linebacker was widely considered the nation's top defensive player. He was wrong. He was a non-factor in the championship game.
Notre Dame’s coach said the game would be decided in the last two minutes of each half. They were wrong. It was virtually over soon after it started.
Expecting one of the great sporting events in history, fans paid up to $10,000 for the prime seats. They were wrong. Many were leaving before the game was over.
The point is it is very hard for anyone, even the experts to predict the future. The Bible has predicted it accurately hundreds of times. Proving only God could have written it. And proving we can trust it about the world’s future and our eternal future.