In chapter 26 of Leviticus we read the blessings and cursings that God promised Israel before they entered Canaan. The blessings promised rain in its season and abundant harvest, security in their persons and property, victory in war and all the things needed to have an abundant life. In the cursings they were promised subjection by their enemies, loss of flocks and children to wild beast, drought, famine and pestilence and if they still persisted in iniquity then they would be driven from the land and scattered through the nations. In those nations there would be no safety or security. They would be driven from one nation to another and always in danger. However before they were destroyed God would remember His Covenant with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and save a remnant. Verses 36-48 could have been taken from the history of the Jewish people until the reestablishment of Israel in 1948. When we consider that this promise/prophecy was made 1500 years before the fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD it is astounding in its accuracy.
God warned the people of Israel over and over what the result of disobedience would be and over and over again it came to pass. Their last great warning came in the first advent of the Messiah, Jesus. When they rejected Christ they were destroyed as a nation by the Romans and exiled across the world. They were persecuted every where they went and the last great persecution was the worst when Hitler tried to exterminate them from the earth but God remembered his covenant with the patriarchs and saved a remnant that were brought back to Israel.
Since 1948 God has preserved the nation of Israel in a miraculous way and given them victory when the world expected defeat. The question is, "Have they learned anything?." One more great tragedy is predicted for Israel in the last days when they will suffer a terrible defeat but a remnant will flee from the land to a place of safety God has prepared for them. The Lord Himself will destroy their enemies and when Israel cries out, "Blessed is He who comes in the name of Lord," then they will be saved.
God always keeps His promises, good or bad, blessing or cursing. Everything that God promised to Israel has come to pass and what remains will also come to pass. But now God has made a promise to all of mankind, except those that have accepted the free gift of pardon bought for them with the blood of His only begotten Son, they will be destroyed. A series of judgements has already been given. War, famine, pestilence and death. The mountains will be leveled, the sea will rage, fire will destroy much of the earth and only a remnant will be left. For those that doubt the reality of God's prophetic word I would suggest they study His dealings with Israel, His chosen people. God has provided a way to escape His judgement and wrath in the person of Jesus Christ, who took the sins of those that believe in Him. Pray that God will in His mercy reach down and change your heart and give you faith to believe that you can escape His wrath. Those that reject God's love and mercy owe a debt they cannot pay and will spend eternity in torment because they would not believe. "Kiss the Son, lest He become angry." Make peace with God through the Son.