Keys to the Apocalypse

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Xulon Press, 2007 - Religion - 328 pages
He's no genius, F T Chisholm insists in the opening chapter of this book-yet in 1987 after hearing his pastor warn that God was taking the American economy (and stock market) for a dive-before it actually happened, he thought he heard echoes in Bible prophecy. Planes had been falling out of the sky, and the shuttle disaster had recently occurred. Were America's wings being plucked? Daniel's prophecy seemed to say so. In four years his analysis was dramatically born out in the cooperation of the US and former Soviet Union (a venture we are still completing, today . . .). He maintains that the principle key to unlocking Bible prophecy is never found in great, overbearing, complexity-but in a simple willingness to acknowledge what God is saying to us. The reader will find that this is, indeed, the focus of his book: being able to make simple use of prophetic "keys." Not only is that original "eagle's wings" interpretation found here-but another gold mine as well, unveiled in what he calls the "31/2 clocks"-a powerful link to Daniel's seventy weeks prophecy, centering around the return of the nation of Israel to her land. These "clocks" then open the way to a serious warning given by Jesus in His parable of the ten virgins. Open this book prayerfully, as you discover the danger (and hope) past midnight when making use of these "keys to the apocalypse." Chisholm and his wife live in upstate, New York, where he continues research and writing: prayerfully exposing critical keys to America's destiny, with their consequence in current fads and trends. The time has come to share these vital truths with the body of Christ, at large. There is not a moment to lose.
 

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