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I Will Believe?

A couple of years ago I approached an old friend and mentioned my book “This Side of the Whirlwind” was finally on the market.  Previously, he and I had lightly discussed the End Times and the revelations I had been receiving from the Lord.

I was not surprised when my friend rejected the very notion the Pre-Tribulation Rapture doctrine, a message he loved so well, might be and likely was steeped in a volume of knowable errors.  Even after I’d pointed out two or three undeniable holes in the Pre-Trib Rapture message my friend simply could not hear the information I presented.


This would have been true should my friend have been of the Mid-Tribulation or Post-Tribulation doctrines or even the A-Millennial or Preteristic viewpoints.  Each of these End Times messages are fraught with Biblical contradictions and errors.  Sad but true!

Since “This Side of the Whirlwind” was released I’ve attempted to share additional sound biblical information with my friend to no effect.  At one point I even presented a chart with concrete evidence confirming the Coming of the Lord “Jesus” would take place at the end of the Great Tribulation but before the Wrath of God could descend on the planet.  The chart significantly confirmed Jesus would return when the sun, moon and stars were darkened and at the moment, “the Day of the Lord” was to begin.  By the way, the Day of the Lord is the Wrath of God.

The chart titled “the Day of the Lord” presents 26 sections of scripture confirming 40 biblical expressions are linked to the Tribulation Period and Wrath of God of the Great Consummation.

I know the Great Consummation is most commonly referred to as the Great Tribulation, but this is a misnomer and mistake.  The revelation about the Great Consummation is one of those revelations which were not previously known or available to the Body of Christ; leastwise, not until “The Time of the End (Daniel 8:14-26; Daniel 12:4-9 and Revelation 10:1-7).

In fact, with the chart I presented concrete and nearly unassailably proofs that Jesus could not return until the end of the Great Tribulation.  The chart provided evidence the revelations in “This Side of the Whirlwind” were and are from the Almighty.  Amazingly, my friend would not even listen to anything which might contradict his “sacred” belief in the Pre-Tribulation Rapture.

Think about it… who does this remind you of from the time of Christ?

The Sadducees and Pharisees of Jesus’ time could not hear Jesus or accept the prophecies being fulfilled during the time of Christ? Again, think about it… did not the Lord Himself attempt to share new revelations pertinent to THAT day and age with the Israelites and the Priesthood?

Why could they not receive Jesus’ revelations?

Why would Christians today be afraid to look at revelation prophesied to be released at “The Time of the End”?  Did not Peter and Paul bring forth new revelation during their day and age; revelations pertinent to servicing God and His people – the Body of Christ after the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, our Savior?

Paul declared in Colossians 1:25-27 that he was bringing a new revelation, a mystery hidden for generations and ages and presented to the Believers of that day, “Christ in you the hope of glory.”  What a wonderful, glorious message.  Paul’s Word in Colossians represents the first half of Christ’s two part covenant.  The second half of that covenant can be found in “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse”.

In Daniel 12:4-11 the Prophet Daniel indicated he was commanded to seal up the vision or experience or prophecy given by God until the time of the end, or the time of the Latter Days as it is now termed.  Only after the world enters the “Time of the End” would the End Times revelations from Daniel and John be released.

In Revelation 10:1-11 John was told to seal up those things the Seven Thunders had uttered; elements related to the End Times.  The Apostle John was charged with the task of revealing specific mysteries to Peoples, and Nations, and those of varied tongues.

In the process of fulfilling the first half of the covenant, Jesus fulfilled more than 37 prophecies just so He could confirm that He was and is and ever will be the Messiah/Christ to our world.

Why was my friend so afraid to listen? Why must people be afraid to challenge their existing beliefs?  Should we not instead… dig into God’s Word so that we might discover the real truths for ourselves?  After all, God specifically told us He was concealing a portion of the End Times.  God told us that hidden information would ONLY be released once the world entered “The Time of the END. 

Why would anyone need to be afraid to grab a copy of “This Side of the Whirlwind” and tear into its message (if for nothing else) so they could prove the message flawed?

Tear it to shreds, scripturally speaking. Dig in God’s Word and discover the truth!  God is so ready to reveal this message to His children, the Body of Christ.

Since the beginning when God first tasked me with writing “This Side of the Whirlwind” I have constantly searched to find fault within the message.

I can say with utter confidence that the Lord has provided the message found in “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse.”  After years of searching the text I have not been able to find one doctrinal mistake.  Oh, I have found type-Os, but the message itself is astounding solid and as far as I can determine in a World-Wide Challenge absolutely correct!

In fact, everything in the message flows like a river through God’s Word. This Side of the Whirlwind’s core message provides answers to a variety of questions Christians have been asking for nearly two-thousand years.

Here are just a few examples:

  1. Why didn’t the Sadducees and Pharisees recognize Jesus as the Christ?
  2. Why did Jesus bring the salvation message at that particular time in world history?
  3. Why was Jesus’ ministry only three and a half years when Moses and Paul and many other messengers of God’s Word presented their messages for decades?
  4. What is the Great Tribulation (misnomer) all about?
  5. Does the Great Tribulation actually represent seven years of God’s judgment, or is there something much more important going on in God’s program?
  6. Who is the Restrainer mentioned in 2 Thessalonians 2:7 (you know, “He Who Lets”) and when will the Restrainer be taken out of the way and why?

There are many more previously unanswered questions revealed in “This Side of the Whirlwind”.

Ultimately, every scriptural proof anyone would ever need for confirmation that we are living in the Latter Days has been presented in “This Side of the Whirlwind.”   Even if proof were paraded across this blog it would STILL require faith on your part to accept its truths and start preparing for the Great Tribulation of the Great Consummation.  It is coming too soon.

We ARE living in the last few years of the Latter Days!  The Great Consummation, which includes the Second Coming of Christ, will take place between now and the end of 2028.

We know… Israel becoming a nation in 1948 began the Latter Days and the Latter Days cannot exceed 80 years to be in compliance with Psalms 90:10.  By the way, Psalms 90:10 is connected with the Parable of the Fig Tree (Matthew 24:32-35) establishing the time-limit for the Latter Days.  Based on “the Parable of the Fig Tree…” “This generation shall not pass away till all these things be fulfilled.”  Based on Scripture, the average human lifespan just happens to coincide with today’s modern statistics of approximately 70-80 years depending on male or female et-cetera.

To better understand “The Parable of the Fig Tree” check out my blogs on –Prophecy Fulfilled 3 and Prophecy Fulfilled 4 or just purchase a copy of my book, “This Side of the Whirlwind”.  Purchasing my book helps me to reach the world and provide you with an excellent study book for the Great Consummation message.

This Side of the Whirlwind also provides a chart titled, The Day of the Lord chart; found on page 252 which conclusively shows the footprints within God’s Word which establish the facts and prove we are living in the Latter Days with the coming of the Great Consummation and ultimately Christ’s return.

After all, we are in the Beginning of Sorrows as prophesied in the first three gospels.

What must someone do before we are all able to recognize that we living in the last of the Latter Days?  The Crucible is coming!

Once we recognize AND internalize this truth – we can start preparing for the coming storms of the Great Tribulation Period mentioned in God’s Word?

Seek correct answers where you may.  My book provides everything you will need to know about God’s plan for the End of Days or Great Tribulation as some mistakenly list its title.

Or, you can simply ask every question you have right here on my blog.

Now is the time of our preparations and time to ask the hard questions and take the needed steps while we are still on This Side of GOD’s Whirlwind .




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