It is said that the truth is stranger than fiction. So why not be equally engaged and shocked while discovering the incredible "non-fiction" prophecies regarding the end time apocalypse as encoded in the book of Daniel. I will decode it all for you in this book. Are we within seven years or less from the dreaded apocalypse? Discover why the book of Daniel is probably the most important prophecy book in the Old Testament, and complements the book of Revelation. Without understanding the end time prophecies in the book of Daniel it is much more difficult to understand the book of Revelation. In the book of Daniel, mankind receives end of day visions in the second half of the book that are straight from God, through His messenger angel - the Archangel Gabriel.
Here is a summary of some of the prophecies and mysteries that will be unlocked for you in this book: - America in Prophecy, Babylon the Great, the 666, Antichrist, and More! - King Nebuchadnezzar's dream of the "large image with the head of Gold, and feet of bronze mixed with clay". - The "miracle in the Fiery Furnace". - King Nebuchadnezzar's dream of the "collapse of the giant tree" - The interpretation of the "Finger writing on the wall" - The meaning behind "Daniel in the Lion's Den" - Daniel's Dream of the "Four Great Beasts" - Daniel's vision of the Ram and Goat - Daniel's "seventy Weeks" prophecy - Vision of the "Glorious man dressed in Linen" - Interpretation of the Kings of North and South - Prophecies for the End of Days - Apocalypse.
The whole purpose of this book is to unlock the secret meanings for you of the many prophecies in the book of Daniel for these last days that you and I are living in. You will also learn how natural man is not evolving into a superior godlike being, as this fallen world wants you to believe. Mankind is mutating into something that will make the last few years of this age - a living hell.
You can't afford to not know these final revelations that will come to fruition within the next few years.
Robert Rite Publishing, 2014
Softcover, 126 pages