A study guide for the book of Revelation. It is designed to stimulate thought and prayerful study.
Included is a Guide to the Prophetic Symbols - the heart of this book. This section provides... More > commentary, word studies, cross-references, associated word listings, and a location guide for finding each word’s location in the book of Revelation.
Also included is the entire book of Revelation (KJV).< Less
The Jubilee Herald is an inspirational book that presents sermons and lessons to help explain the teachings of the Bible. Its goal is to proclaim the liberty that is only found in Jesus Christ. This... More > book contains the first 14 Jubilee Herald issues. They run from November 2012 to January 2014.< Less
Christ: Lost in the word, is an easy to read history book. It traces the background of the first original language-to-English Bible translation and the men who made it possible. This book includes a... More > Bible Key card that can be used to identify "good" Bibles. It also shows the changes that are being made to the new translations. If you want to know more about the Bible and how Modernization is changing the latest translations, then this book is for you. It will make a great addition to your personal or church library.< Less
Christmas: The way it used to be is an easy-to-read, yet in-depth research book that looks into this religious festival's murky past. It spans hundreds of years and many countries to show the real... More > history. Julius Caesar introduced the Julian calendar in 46BC placing December 25 as the day with the shortest daylight hours. In AD 350, this day was appointed as the Feast of the Nativity. In later years, it was called Mass of Christ. Today people use the contraction, Christmas! In Scandinavian culture, December 25 through January 6 became known as Yuletide. This period lasted 12 days. Many people celebrate December 25: Some for worship, some for business, and others for more devious actions. This book explores the ancient history of sun worship: Prior to Jesus' earthly birth- all the way back to Babylon. It gives insight to God's views on Israel's participation and answers the question, "How does God want to be worshipped”. It compares many aspects of Christmas with the Holy Scriptures.< Less