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Ready or Not, Here I Come

Ready or Not, Here I Come

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  • ISBN-13: 9781439201510
  • Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
  • Release Date: Aug 05, 2008
  • Pages: 722 pages
  • Dimensions: 1.63 x 8.00 x 5.25 inches


Ready or Not, Here I Come is an exposition of the parables of Christ. The book also includes a satire play called The Jerusalem Eye-Witness News with five scenes integrated in between the analysis of each gospel. Then the book changes course and includes many days of the author talking with God until finally, God ordains Steven to bring the message of the coming of Christ to the world. The ordination occurred on April 27, 2008, and is published on pages 610-624, which includes twenty-seven declarations of truth. God promised Steven he would confirm his ordination with a sign so great the whole world would take notice. God chose Major League Baseball. Ken Griffey, Jr., who is named in the book as Steven's favorite player on page 452 mysteriously returned to Seattle in 2009, and hit The Emerald Home Run on April 15, 2009, which was his 400th home run as a Mariner and his 613th overall. Steven credits God for all the numerical parallels. Steven finds that 613 represents a mystery whereby the Son of God was manifest to destroy the works of evil and the word "evil" appears in the King James Bible 613 times in 569 verses. Moreover, Christ appears in scripture 569 times in 530 verses. Sixty-nine days after The Emerald Home Run, Griffey hit the 5,000th home run of the Mariners, on June 23, 2009, and tied Lou Gehrig with the home run with 2,721 hits. Steven instantly named it The Lamech Home Run because 5,000 years prior Lamech was 135 years old as was Abraham when his father Terah passed away at age 205. The Padres reported 777 players before the start of the 2010 season. Lamech lived to age 777 and was the father of Noah. Steven then tallied all home runs in the history of major league baseball according to the birthdates of all players. The 777th home run among all players on any given birthday he entitled a "triple seven" home run. In 2009, there was a cluster of seven triple sevens, which, by month and day added up to 5,000. A list of all triple seven home runs is included in The Emerald Home Run, published on June 19, 2011, on the 108th birthday of Lou Gehrig. All home runs hit by players born from January 1, to July 21, equaled 135,000 through 2009, and when divided by 27 is 5,000 again. Steven discovered the Gensis Calculator on which, every number from 1 to 999 has a hidden equivalent. The Emerald Home Run, 613, is equivalent to 777, all the years of Lamech. The Tribe of Rueben and the Tribe of Judah also have hidden sequential calculations resulting in 777. In short, God revealed to Steven the numerical links joining Genesis, the Law of Moses, the New Testament, and the United States, all integrated and manifest on the Gregorian calendar through Major League Baseball. The dates of death of all U.S. Presidents equals 23,777, which is 800 sequentially. On June 13, 2010, 777 days after Steven was ordained, the total doubles in MLB was 592,185, which is a perfect sequential 777. Multiply 777 or 592,185 by the same number and add millions, thousands, and hundreds, and the result is identical. Plus, June 13, is 613 on the Genesis Calculator and is a triple seven day. Multiply the total years of the sixth, first, and third generations in Genesis Chapter Five and sequentially reduce as follows: 962 x 930 x 905 = 809,667,300, and 809 + 667 + 300 = 1,776 for your U.S.A location and finally 1 + 776 = 777 Now lets play ball!

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