This second book by Kevin Waldeman embarks upon an investigation into certain books which were mentioned in the Bible.
The books of Enoch, Jubilees, and Jasher are expounded upon along with a number of other interesting subjects.
The truth about the mystery of the Godhead and the Trinity are also explained in great detail.
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I was born in Australia and had a difficult start to life until I found the Lord in my teens.
As a youth I developed a deep disdain for the hypocrisy of the world. Philosophy and other religions just left me cold. If I were to say that I was as good as gone, it would be an understatement.
It’d be truer to say that I was headed for disaster.
It wasn’t until the gospel was made available to me, that I found the one man I could actually look up to, (The Lord) and at that moment my life dramatically changed.
After years of studying the scriptures, I eventually had to concede that there were too many gray areas
in my knowledge to be sure of being correct. At that point I let go of the subject of Bible prophecy in the belief that the answers would only become known when God was ready.
A few more years went by, until one day when a series of thoughts passed through my mind.
Just like a lot of other Christians, I often find myself talking to God in my everyday life, and on that day I remembered the conversation between Jesus and Peter. Right then, the Lord seemed to ask me, “Do you love me?”
I replied, “you know I do Lord.”
At that instant the rest of what he’d said to Peter also went through my mind, “Feed my sheep.”
At first I thought it was just a trick of the mind, and let the incident slip away into the background.
Over the next day or two I was surprised to find that the term, “Feed my sheep” popped up again and again.
I still wasn’t convinced though, and decided that it was probably just a coincidence.
But then for the next few days I was haunted by the term, “Put the trumpet to your mouth.”
After a couple of days of this, it occurred to me that perhaps God really wanted me to share what I’d already learned. One morning I sat down with the intention of getting started, but doubts started creeping in again, and I thought I was just being silly.
I’d just turned the morning show on, and the TV was over to my left. At the instant when I’d felt silly, I turned to look at the TV just as one of the guests raised a trumpet to his mouth.
From that moment onward I knew that it was what God wanted me to do, and all semblance of doubt just evaporated.
As soon as I began in earnest, the revelations just kept coming at an incredible rate. In fact, I was on the receiving end of so much knowledge that I could barely handle it all.