The Book of Revelation refers to many mysteries but it identifies one in particular; a mystery which we are told was shared with the Prophets.
Now it should be known that the completion of this mystery will occur in the days prior to the sounding of the Seventh Trumpet. This is a time that many believe preceeds the expected rapture.
Since this event is of particular importance, if we are to understand this mystery then we first have to be aware of what has been shown to the prophets.
In this book we unravel the mystery as we review the words God spoke to His servants. For that which is hidden is only kept hidden until the time in which it is to be revealed. [Ver 3-4 February 2018]
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About the Author
The author holds a University degree in Computer Science and has spent much of his life designing and engineering various computer software programs for aviation, satellite/cable television, satellite/cellular telephone, robotic and medical products.
Now this might seem like a strange background from which to write a book reviewing biblical concepts, however, when you consider God, He too is very much an engineer. God created the universe around us from the interaction of sub-atomic particles which are used to build protons, neutrons and electrons; and which, when combined, construct the various elements. During this process He also developed all the physical laws which govern our world. God is likewise a software programmer and His work is very evident in the DNA double helix structure which contains the pattern for life. This DNA information system permits each living cell to not only read and act upon the encoded instructions but to also perform self-replicating and error detection / correction operations. So from this it may be determined that the author's training and work experience may have more in common with his creator than one might realise.
This knowledge and experience has permitted the author to be granted a unique view of both the world and that of Biblical scripture. By literally taking God at His Word the author attempts to present a clear logical perspective on the Bible that enables the reader to see the scriptures fit together in a way they might never have previously considered.