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Beginning at the Garden of Eden, the reader will engage in a life-changing experience. What was the fall of man like from God's perspective? Readers will become acquainted with Noah and his trials, fallen angels, and giants! What was it really like for Noah?
The plot thickens when a panoramic view of Noah's story begins to explain God's plans for His church until the second advent of Jesus. Noah's ark is one story, revealing two revelations that lead to only one conclusion. Learn how God's plan for His church and bible prophecy regarding the end-times can no longer be studied apart from one another.
Will the church stay, or will the church go before the tribulation? Does God have a purpose for the tribulation? What role will fallen angels have in the tribulation? Will the nephilim return? Will you be part of the army that conquers with Jesus at Armageddon?
It is a message that cannot be ignored. It all begins with you. Are you ready for Noah's Ark and the End of Days?
Number of Pages: 300
Vendor: Defender Publishing LLC
Publication Date: 2011
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What in the World Is Going On? 10 Prophetic Clues You Cannot Afford to IgnoreDavid JeremiahThomas Nelson / 2010 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 44 Reviews
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Revelation: Unlocking the Mysteries of the End Times , Christianity 101 Bible StudiesBruce Bickel, Stan JantzHarvest House Publishers / 2003 / Trade Paperback$7.19 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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Have Jesus Will ShareSt Augustine, FLAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Finally, a thought provoking solutionDecember 26, 2013Have Jesus Will ShareSt Augustine, FLAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5For years I have emphasized the importance of Jesus saying, "as in the days of Noah." One needs to make a study of what was going on during this period of time, for we see that the devil was trying to destroy the seed or Blood line for the Messiah. There were the giants, (Nephilim) or offspring from fallen angels mating with the daughters of men. There was genetic engineering and sin and wickedness, evil thoughts and imaginations everywhere to the point that God grieved at making man, however Noah found God's grace and was spared by the building of the Ark. Although Daniel does a good job in this area; I felt that he could have/should have done more, however he presents a point that perhaps you should check all of this out for yourself; hence a thought provoking book that you need to look into this and in so doing; compare truthfully what is going on today with the wickedness and evil thoughts and imaginations. Pornography, abortion, greed, genetic engineering, corruption in government, churches, and much more going on today, to that of, "As in the days of Noah."
The other aspect of this book hit on one of my pet peeves for years and that is this pre-tribulation Rapture. I look at the persecution world-wide against Christians and the many who have died for their faith in Christ Jesus in China, the Middle East, Russia, Africa to name a few and yet we in America think we are so special that we will escape this Tribulation period of time. I know the teachings of Irving and Nelson and many of the Bible Schools and Seminaries. I also understand the various authors, pastors and teachers proclaiming a Rapture that will happen before the Tribulation and some churches even have this as part of their doctrine or charter, but let me assure you that there is a difference between Tribulation and Wrath. Daniel did an excellent job in explaining this difference using Scripture in addition to his explanation and comments. Daniel takes the time to break down the Book of Daniel and the Book of Revelation that brings everything into perspective. I highly recommend his book and challenge the authors, pastors, teachers, to take a moment and get away from what you were taught and do the research yourself. You will see that there really is a difference between Tribulation which is from the devil and Wrath which will come from God. This book is a worthy study, very well put together to make you think outside of what you have been taught. I may not agree with every point, but he presents enough evidence to make you think for yourself. You may even find that the Tribulation is here or near and you need to check your own walk with the Lord.
RobertLancaster, OhioAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Good primer for end timesDecember 7, 2013RobertLancaster, OhioAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3The author makes a compelling argument that Noah, The Ark, animals, God's judgment at that time tie into the end of days. He parallels this story what is presented in the books of Daniel, Ezekiel, and Revelations. I found some of his insight into specific Bible passages very helpful and others not as much in-depth as I would have liked. The Bible passages used are King James thus making it a little more difficult to follow as I use the New Living Translation for daily reading and devotions.
Bessie Duval5 Stars Out Of 5This book helps answer those tough questionsOctober 22, 2012Bessie DuvalQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a very insightful book that helps to pull the entire bible together regarding end time prophecy. One realizes that God had a plan in place from the very beginning and shows us in the bible how it will unfold. The author has tremendous insight and revelation into how the historical account of the Flood points to future events. For those who want some answers to some tough questions, whether you are a believer or not, this will prove to be a great resource.
garebearLouisville, KYAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Well balanced prophetic studySeptember 10, 2011garebearLouisville, KYAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5A thought provoking use of Noah's Ark
as a picture of end times happenings
and the end times church. A thought
provoking comparison of the "Last trump"
calling forth the rapture of the believer's
and the "7th trumpet judgement".
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Tell us a little about yourself. I am from a middle-class suburban family. My Dad was the sole bread-winner while my Mom stayed at home to raise us. I grew up in a church going family, and I made a decision to receive Jesus when I was three. After graduating high school I attended The Ohio State University where I pursued a major in microbiology. Many people are quite taken by the fact that I have a scientific background yet such a strong faith. To all the science majors out there, it is possible! Although I did backslide in college, I re-committed my life to Jesus in the middle of my junior year. When I was in my senior year, God began calling me out of academics and into the destiny He had for my life. The day that I broke the news to my family that I was giving up a fellowship to graduate school in order to go to Bible school was not easy! I got married to my wife Gloria two months after graduating from college and moved in total faith to Oklahoma. We moved into an apartment that we rented online and I got a job working in the basement of JC Penny making less than we could afford to live on. Talk about having my pride crucified! I began Bible school that year and finished two years later in the spring of 2009. It was quite a journey. In August of 2009 I began working diligently on this project and it came out of me like a river. In October, I had to take a two-week break in order to pack up and move to Illinois. Why? God said go. We did not have jobs or opportunity, and again, we went in total faith. By November I had completed the rough draft and by February of 2010 I had chosen my publisher. My life is undeniably radical, but from the outside looking in it is certainly less than logical!
What was your motivation behind this project? Two years ago as I was lying down to take a nap the Holy Spirit came upon me and spoke to me. His first words were, "Hey buddy, can I show you something?" I was taken by how the Holy Spirit spoke to me. More than that, I was eager to know what He wanted to show me. He began to show me the world that Noah lived in from Gods perspective. It shook me. I felt the emotions that God did as He watched the world decay to the point that it had during Noahs day. After it was over, I was offended by how the story of Noah is so commonly portrayed, being debased into a silly childrens story! I will add that often when I bring up the title of my book, people ask if its a childrens book. Let me be clear, this is not a childrens book. Moreover, the Holy Spirit, as He took me through the story of Noah showed me how the story presents types and shadows that prophetically declare Gods plan for the coming days. The four types are the foundation, Noah, the animals, and the ark. He gave a whole new meaning to what Jesus meant when He said, As it was in the days of Noah, so also will it be at the coming of the Son of man. The entire book is framed by the revelation given to me during this experience. It took over a year from the time I had the experience to acquire the knowledge and understanding necessary to properly communicate this message. Thus, my motivation behind this project was a divine encounter.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? I hope that this book allows people to begin to prepare for what is ahead. It is my desire that the book will fill in many gaps and answer many questions. The book has a strong emphasis on the end-times and it is my desire that through the book, people will begin to see Gods perspective and expectations of the church. Many do not understand that the second coming of Jesus is intimately and inseparably tied to the mortal church attaining to her ultimate destiny in Christ. Of course, I would also like to see Noah get a little more respect for what he went through.
How were you personally impacted by working on this project? This project has literally worked to shape the vision and focus of my life and ministry. In coaching me through the writing of this book, God has helped me to understand what it is that I have been called to do. I went through a season of dreams and visions in college that absolutely stretched me. As God began to show me the call on my life, I could not communicate it because not only had it never been done, but it had never even been considered. It took me years to even believe God! Even when I did, it still did not make sense because I did not know and understand everything that I needed to in order to have context. The research and understanding that God brought me during this project provided me that context. It also contributed to the additional acceleration in my spiritual growth. I think it is safe to say that at 25 years old, many will be shocked at the depth of the work God has graced me to produce.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? I definitely have influences, but like most people, I have never personally met most of them. Early on in my walk, John Bevere really rocked my world. I have learned much from Kenneth Hagin Sr., Rick Joyner, John Eckhardt, David Herzog, Dr. Jonathon David, and James Goll. Reading the Alberto Rivera series from Chick Publications also served as a great awakening in my life. Teachers and researchers like Tom Horn, Chuck Missler, Bill Schoebelen, and Dr. IDE Thomas contributed substantially to my understanding of many topics that most would readily avoid, dismiss, and ignore. I also really appreciate Grant Jeffrey and all of the work he has produced. Last but not least, Bill Hamon and Mike Bickle have also greatly helped to frame my perspective of the end-times and where God is taking His church. As you can see, I am a voracious reader, and if I were to list all the authors that God has used to speak to me, there would not be sufficient space.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: My three favorite books in the Bible are Daniel, Matthew and Revelation