Volume 3 ended with our planet being in state of destruction and disarray at the close of the Battle of Armageddon. The world war resulted in a higher death toll than has ever been known on earth from any single battle as Jesus led His armies from heaven and conquered the evil that controlled the world. What happens now that the battle is over? Volume 4 escorts the reader from that moment into our eternal abode. With Jesus taking His rightful place as ruler of the earth, you will experience the reality of the 1,000 years of peace. That peace will be disrupted by one final, horrendous battle as Satan is permitted his last attempt to overthrow Christ and occupy the throne. You will experience the awful day of the white throne judgment when all the wicked dead will stand before God to be tried and hear as death sentences are pronounced. But then the climatic end for every true believer as the heavens and earth are made new and perfect, the brilliant new Jerusalem comes to rest upon the earth, and we live with God Himself for ever and ever and ever and ever... This final volume is filled with hope and encouragement. Taught by a futurist, OPEN, Not Just Another Book on Revelation, is a comprehensive study of the Revelation of Jesus Christ, the prophetic declaration of the future of this earth and mankind. It is filled not only with detailed study and insight on the great vision, but also includes other studies that relate to Revelation itself. The entire Revelation Scripture is included as the work progresses as well as many supporting passages and references. While the author’s beliefs are clearly noted, other viewpoints and ideas are also included so you can prayerfully work things out for yourself. This is a perfect study guide for both individuals and groups wishing to better understand the final book of the Bible and the end of the world as we know it.
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About the Author
I am a native Floridian, and have spent most of my life here in Central Florida. I worked in some of level of government from high school until recently when I left to write and minister full time. But I have had a real love for reading, for study, for writing and teaching since I was a very young girl and have devoted as much time as possible to learning and practicing those arts. I love humor and fantasy. The more I laugh, the better, and that's a good thing since I give myself so much material. But I can be serious when I need to be or when I think the topic at hand demands it. So I was thinking I should have a pen name. That way I could write humor and lighthearted encouragement or fiction under one name, and the more serious, studious works under another. I changed my mind, though, and decided its likely much easier to learn to write a good book description than it would be to keep up with two of me. The main thing is that I hope to make a difference in the lives of my readers, whether that difference is a life-changing revelation through a thought provoking teaching, or whether it is no more than a few minutes of escape to a more pleasant place. I really love Jesus, and I hope to show others how awesome a relationship with Him can be.