This book, God's Unsealing of the Prophet Daniel's Math, reveals the mysteries of the prophet Daniel's math that has been sealed for over 2,500 years. The first chapter tells the story of the author's life and why God chose him of all people to unseal the prophet Daniel's math. Chapter 2 reveals the interpretation of Daniel's eighth chapter vision of the 2,300 days, making known the math to the date to when the end of times, days, or years, begins on earth, foretold by the angel Gabriel to Daniel. Note: "Days are years following the prophet Ezekiel's math 'that a day is a year'" (Ezekiel 4:6). The unsealing of Daniels math to the third chapter reveals the date to the 1,290 days (years) to the setup for the abominations of desolation, making known exactly what it is and why Jesus said, "To understand the words spoken by the prophet Daniel to the abomination of desolations will stand in a holy place." This chapter also reveals Daniel's math to the date when the seventy years of the desolations of Jerusalem begins on earth and the date when it ends on earth. During those seventy years, the prophet Daniel says, "The Lord will accomplish all his work on earth." This is the date when the seventy years of the desolations of Jerusalem ends and is the date that God has shortened the days from, or no flesh shall be saved, making known just how close we are to the end of the age of humans, as we know it, on earth. The remaining five chapters reveal Daniel's math up to the dates for the opening of the seals in Revelation. This tells us exactly the times we are living in the end of times on earth. 1
Presented here, in paperback for the first time, is John Peter Lange's Theologischhomiletisches Bibelwerk. Intended to help preachers prepare sermons the commentary series is essentially biblical and evangelical catholic. This 19th century commentary has served as a standard reference for more than a century. Many early reviewers regarded Schaff's edition with his additional material as superior to the original. It has proven to be a complete and useful Commentary and continues to prove especially valuable to ministers. It contains critical annotations of the text and its translation, and a threefold commentary, exegetical, doctrinal, and homiletical. Under these three heads the text is viewed from every aspect.
The only problem you will have with this brilliant and inspiring novel by Terry Thompson will be laying it down. It is a spellbinding story with many great lessons of courageous leadership. Its contemporary resolution of the mysteries of the end-times will give you chills. Every few years, a particular Bible-based novel commands the attention of the Christian world. This is it for this decade. Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas, national television personality, and New York Times Best-selling Author Daniel was just a teenager when he was taken captive by the Babylonians, never to see his family again. As Daniel and his friends strive to make the best of their unusual circumstances-slaves in the king's-court they also fight to honor their vows to the one true God amidst a people who worship only false gods. During his lifetime, Daniel saw the fulfillment of God's promises, prophesied of the Israelites future as well as ours, and led pagan kings to God. From slave to the highest position in the king's court, Daniel shows how God can use an ordinary person to do extraordinary things. Terry Thompson brings the book of Daniel to life with extensive research into the lives and customs of the Hebrew people, and he even opens up the discussion for the prophecies that have yet to be fulfilled. This book is a complement to an intensive study on Daniel and the God Who is still faithful to protect His people.
"Suddenly, I found myself standing on a hard floor instead of being under the oak tree. A thick cloud of fog that streamed with light obscured my vision. The cloud moved all around me and when it brushed against me it felt alive. Then a powerful voice called my name."Follow Daniel, an ordinary fifteen year old boy, with a non-Christian upbringing, as he experiences a face to face encounter with Jesus, receives his call into ministry, and embarks on the fascinating journey of preparation, getting a glimpse of Heaven and the angelic and how inter-related they are with life.
"Voices from Babylon; Or, The Records of Daniel the Prophet" is a 1879 work by Joseph A. Seiss. It recounts the story of the prophet Daniel, A noble Jewish youth of Jerusalem who is captured by Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. Daniel is the hero in the "Book of Daniel", a biblical apocalypse combining a prophecy of history with an eschatology. Contents include: "The Forming Prophet; or, Daniel in the Royal College", "The Book of Daniel and its Critics-Other Daniels-The Prophet's Early History", "His Natural Qualities", "Selected for Service in the Palace", "Change of his Name", "Importance of Names", "In the King's College", "The King's Victuals", "Daniel's High Principle", etc. Joseph Augustus Seiss (March 18, 1823 - June 20, 1904) was an American theologian and Lutheran minister most famous for his contributions to pyramidology and dispensationalism. His best-known work is "The Great Pyramid of Egypt, Miracle in Stone: Secrets and Advanced Knowledge" (1877), considered a primary text of pyramidology. Other notable works by this author include: "The Last Times and the Great Consummation" (1856), "The Children of Silence; Or, The Story of the Deaf" (1887), and "The Letter of Jesus" (1888). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with the original text and artwork.