The book is a study of the prophecy of the end time from the Scriptures' perspective instead the authors' perspective. In fact, it is in the comparison of scriptures with scriptures that a person is able to understand the divine interpretation of the prophetic message. By doing this, comparing scriptures with scriptures, we can restrain ourselves in giving a liberal interpretation produced by the mind instead by the Word of God. In conducting a research over the myths that surround the interpretation of the end time prophecy, we learned that most of the authors who advanced private statements in regard to the prophecy, exposed more the teaching of what they wanted to teach instead of what the Bible really teaches. And this is the mysterious psychological aspect of those people who think they own the interpretation of scriptures by purely expressing their own opinions. Unfortunately, it is not so when it comes to the Word of God, which does not follow the desires of men. Moreover, as our book explores authors' popular interpretations of the end time, we realized that these popular interpretations are not God's inspirational words but men's personal inclinations. However, by offering our book, we are hoping to alert people to be conscious in believing whatever men spread around about the Word of God, and consequently to be prudent in following inaccurate leads of the interpretation of the Bible. In fact, the Word teaches in the following scripture in 1 Thessalonians 5:20-21: "Don't despise prophecies, but test all things. Hold on to what is good." (Holman Christian Standard Bible). So, prove all things without straying from what the Word says; compare what men teach with what the Word does say or does not say, and see if what has been taught is also written in the Bible. And this comparison, words of men versus the Word of God, is what the reader will find in our book.