Death Over Life: Secret of Revelation: A Prophecy of America's Destruction

Death Over Life: Secret of Revelation: A Prophecy of America's Destruction

by W. Lawrence Lipton


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Rapidly published in March 2014 -- to predate the various POTUS candidates announcements of their running -- this book tests the idea that the 2016 Presidential Election was predicted in The Book of Revelation Prophecy. As it happens, the verse selected to represent the 2016 election foreshadowed the Slogan "Make America Great Again" [which infers America had fallen].

There are those who don't want to know, don't want to prepare; more important, they don't want you to be prepared. This and related books have scared Evangelicals to the point where they refuse to discuss it, and, uncharacteristically, The Book of Revelation, in the context of the November 2016 election or the events which will surely follow.

Having previously exposed the method underlying the problem of the Patriarch Ages presented in the Book of Genesis, Lipton has now applied the ancient biblical dating system to the prophecies in the Book of Revelation, and, not surprisingly, reveals that Hitler and the holocaust were right on a schedule. But, of more relevance to modern society, he discovers that the recent 2007 Financial Crisis and events which will shape the 2014 and 2016 American election cycles were also predicted the Republican Party would lose the election -- and fall from power -- or they would win and bring down the nation.

On 16 June 2015, Donald Trump announced his candidacy; his "secret agenda": to make it into the History Books, and to ensure a Republican defeat on a grand scale -- a scale that would ensure fulfillment of Prophecy in a way that would bring him the greatest profit.

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ISBN-13: 9781497427167
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/27/2014
Pages: 106
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

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