Landover, MD, April 07, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Howard Scaife is announcing the release of his book Revelation of Revelation. The following deals with the modern day scenarios of bibilical prophecies coming to pass as we speak. The following illustrates what the book is about:
When Jesus walked the earth, He spoke to His disciples about things that were coming upon the earth that would cause great discomfort to all the inhabitants of the earth. He spoke to them as if these things would happen in their lifetime. (Matthew Chapter 24, Mark Chapter 13, Luke Chapter 21). After Jesus died, arose, and ascended, and left them to establish His Church, they shouted to all that they came into contact with to prepare for the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, and for all that His coming entailed. They shouted because they believed that His coming was imminent, in their lifetime. (Acts 2:19-20, 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17, 2 Thessalonians 2:1-3, 2 Timothy 4:1-5, 1 Peter 1:7, 2 Peter 1:16, 2 Peter 3:10-12).
After the disciples all died without realizing the return of Jesus, those that they shouted to eventually came to realize that the message that the disciples left was directed toward a future time, and there was a whisper that Jesus would return someday and gather His Church. As time went on, the volume of that whisper slowly grew in volume, and now it is time to again shout it, because the kingdom of God is at hand, and current world events and major political players point to the imminent return of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the tribulation that will come with His return (Matthew 24:29-31, Mark 13:24-27, Luke 21:22-28, Revelation Chapters 1 through 22).
We are seeing Media-Persian nations at war with each other, as mentioned in prophecy. We see candidates for the beast, mentioned in Revelation, jockeying for position to vie for that cherished title and the power from the dragon that goes along with it (Daniel Chapters 2, 7-9, and 11, Revelation 13:1-5). We see nations that were once just blips on the world’s political radar screen coming into prominence and becoming economic denominators. The seven heads and ten horns are all but set. (Ezekiel 38:4-6, Revelation Chapter 17). Natural phenomena are becoming more frequent and far more intense. People are being displaced by means that are beyond their control, and little response from those in authority is forthcoming. Nations would rather spend money on war and the machinery of war than on aiding those who are most in need. Family members are turning against each other, both physically and politically (Matthew 24:6-8, Mark 13:7-8, Luke 21:9-11).
The world has become so complicated that right has become wrong and wrong has become right, and we have become engaged in a fight with each other for the right to be wrong. Sin as a lifestyle has become acceptable, as in the days of Noah (Romans 1:18-32, Genesis 6:5). But change is imminent in the coming of Jesus the Christ, and we must shout His return to the world that time is short, and you must be ready for what is coming upon this earth.
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