In 1898 Morgan Robertson wrote a fictional novel about a British-owned vessel, the Titan, was built with great extravagance, the latest technology, and was considered practicably unsinkable. In his novel, the Titan hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean near midnight and sank.
In 1912 the Titanic was a vessel with great extravagance, the latest technology, and practicably unsinkable. In April the vessel hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean at 11:40 PM and sank.
Some of the similarities between the fictional Titan and the real Titanic are amazing. Nevertheless there are a number of significant differences between the two vessels as well. Despite the similarities, Robertson had no way of knowing the future.
However, the God of the Bible does know the future. The fulfilled prophecies of the Old Testament were not just coincidences. Furthermore, what God has stated will happen will ultimately take place in His time.
The believer can rest assured that God holds tomorrow and He knows all that tomorrow holds.
Acts 15:18 Known unto God are all his works from the beginning of the world.