I disagree. It is not difficult.<quoted text>
The Bible is a BIG book. Finding something specific is difficult, to say the least. I HAVE researched this very same question online, and found the same result that I get whenever I ask a theist directly. Nothing. Vagueness. Predictions about events that occur WITHIN the book. Predictions of ancient events that can't be verified. Nothing confirmable about the outside world. Nothing convincing.
Is there nothing you can add? Obviously, these predictions convinced YOU at some point. Can you shed a little light on what that was? I'm not just interested in predictions that may have come true, but I'm also interested in what it is about religions that captures people, and causes them to believe the stories.
Theists (and Christians in particular) are often proudly confident about the claims made in the Bible, but asking them to explain why and how is usually a fool's errand. A straight answer is an elusive creature. It would seem that, if these prophecies are so undeniable, then listing at least ONE of them would be simple.
Instead, whenever I ask questions like these, I get dodging, I get "look it up yourself!". It's hard to understand why.