“The Days of Daniel” is written for those concerned about the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, End Time events and the role of the Jews and Israel at this time in history. The book analyses... More > the periods of time mentioned in the Book of Daniel and applies them to real historical events. All stated periods, including “time, and times”, have real commencement dates and some have real end dates. End dates for periods that are not yet complete are suggested. The application of each period of time to Jewish history and Church history is described. The translation of key passages in Daniel from the original Hebrew and Septuagint provide additional insights into God’s messages to Daniel. One chapter is devoted to a narrative which describes the role of the Jews and of Jesus Christ in God’s plan of redemption. Issues associated with "the Prince who is to come" are raised. The final chapter focuses on how Jews and Christians might prepare for the challenging times ahead.< Less
As the author and his wife were preparing for a long overseas holiday, God unexpectedly told him that He would show him His Glory. In the midst of the tour, God’s revelation of His Glory was... More > surprising but had strong Biblical backing. This book is both personal testimony and Bible teaching on an aspect of God’s character that we have barely recognised.
Whereas men cry out for God’s Glory to fall on them, God has a completely different perspective. His Glory is in the faithful lives and works of those who walk in obedience to His call and commands. During their travels in England and Israel, God led the author and his wife to many faithful servants who work in various roles on the frontline and behind the scenes in obedience to His call on their lives.
The author then elaborates on God’s revelation with reference to examples in the Bible and in real life, clearly linking day to day Christian living to that which God glories in.< Less