The Last Watchman: The End of the Age and the Return of the Lord
- ISBN-13: 9781432797980
- Publisher: Outskirts Press
- Release Date: Oct 09, 2012
- Pages: 430 pages
- Dimensions: 0.96 x 8.50 x 5.51 inches
This book studies end time themes by going back to the beginning. Since God does not change (Malachi 3:6), and because there is 'nothing new under the sun' (Ecclesiastes 1:9), we will examine the revelation of the plan of salvation and the patterns God has given since the beginning. This book reveals the identity of the anti-christ as given in the gospel in the constellations, and explains who the right (true) and the left (false) Messiah's are. God spoke of these two kings in Genesis 3:15 to Adam and Eve.
We will look into the teaching Enoch gave to the world, what went wrong, and what we need to do to prepare ourselves for the final exodus (the rapture) scheduled before the physical return of the Lord. Joel 2:30 assures God's people that God will warn us by signs in the heavens (constellations) before the Day of the Lord. This book announces one of these end-time signs.
The watchmen alert, warn, and instruct God's people to prepare them for both the judgment and exodus of God. God's people have had at least three major exodus deliverances in history; the greatest one will be the last one. The last three exodus events have been 1) The deliverance of God's people out of Egypt led by Moses. 2) At least two historians and one church founder recorded that the Christians fled Jerusalem before it was sacked by Rome in 70 A.D. 3) In consideration of the complaints against King George listed on the Declaration of Independence the Revolutionary war can be considered the Christian American Exodus from England. The last great exodus will be the worldwide exodus of the body of Christ. The church refers to this exodus as the rapture, or the snatching away of the bride. We will find the first occurrence of rapture or ascension in the Bible to be that of Enoch right before the first worldwide judgment: Noah's flood.
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