Best Christian Prophecy Books

Here you will get Best Christian Prophecy Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.

1. The Warning: Testimonies and Prophecies of the Illumination of Conscience

Author: by Christine Watkins
Queen of Peace Media
316 pages

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This highly acclaimed and captivating book offers the world the most thorough understanding to date of the Warning, or the Illumination of Consciencea critical moment in human history when every person alive will see their soul in the light of divine truthincluding fascinating stories of those who have already experienced it for themselves.

Christine Watkins has done a tremendous workinvaluable and timely says Mark Mallet. Bishop Gavin Ashenden, Chaplain to the Queen of England (2008-2017) comments in his foreword to the book, I devoured it, unable to put it down. InspirationalI highly recommend it, says Fr.John Struzzo.Monsignor Ralph J.

Chieffo urges, Read this prophetic book and believe, and Fr. Bernardin Mugabo makes the heartfelt appeal, I wish everyone would read this! Bishop Ashenden, begins his foreword with, Every so often a book falls into one’s hands that is particularly powerful in unveiling the mystery and power of God’s purpose for his Church today, and this is one such.

2. Of Men and Mary: How Six Men Won the Greatest Battle of Their Lives

Author: by Christine Watkins
Queen of Peace Media
182 pages

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Fr.Donald Calloway, MIC, calls this book, Anointed!Exorcist Fr. Gary Thomas, subject of the movie, The Rite, says, OF MEN AND MARY is superb. The six life testimonies contained within it are miraculous, heroic, and truly inspiring. Certain books as this come along that have the power to transform lives, to free people from darkness, claims Br.

Daniel Maria Klimek, T.O.R. I plan to share this tremendous work with many through the years. Powerful in the spirit, OF MEN AND MARY also delivers tasty doses of pure entertainment. You will find yourself inspired by a murderer, a sweet lamb who lost it all, and a man who literally diedand then came back to life.

You will suddenly root for a football player tackled by the Blessed Mother, a man caught up in illicit sexual liaisons, and a man whose marriage was as good as dead. While OF MEN AND MARY may be about six males, it is for everyone, because it is also a book about a woman.

In the heat of the fiercest of spiritual battles, when all seemed lost and these men were left with nothing to stand on but stormy seas, they were given a lifeboat. That lifeboatthat womanis the Blessed Virgin Mary. She is the boat of safety for all of us, the surest and safest passage to the heart of her Son.

3. Father Elijah: An Apocalypse

Author: by Michael O'Brien
Ignatius Press
597 pages

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Michael O’Brien presents a thrilling apocalyptic novel about the condition of the Roman Catholic Church at the end of time. It explores the state of the modern world, and the strengths and weaknesses of the contemporary religious scene, by taking his central character, Father Elijah Schafer, a Carmelite priest, on a secret mission for the Vatican which embroils him in a series of crises and subterfuges affecting the ultimate destiny of the Church.

Father Elijah is a convert from Judaism, a survivor of the Holocaust, a man once powerful in Israel. For twenty years he has been buried in the dark night of Carmel on the mountain of the prophet Elijah. The Pope and the Cardinal Secretary of State call him out of obscurity and give him a task of the highest sensitivity: to penetrate into the inner circles of a man whom they believe may be the Antichrist.

Their purpose: to call the Man of Sin to repentance, and thus to postpone the great tribulation long enough to preach the Gospel to the whole world. In this richly textured tale, Father Elijah crosses Europe and the Middle East, moves through the echelons of world power, meets saints and sinners, presidents, judges, mystics, embattled Catholic journalists, faithful priests and a conspiracy of traitors within the very House of God.

4. The Feasts of the Lord: God's Prophetic Calendar from Calvary to the Kingdom

Author: by Kevin Howard
224 pages

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Isreal’s feasts are infinitely more important than just a series of cultural observances. These feasts are appointed by the Lord, and they are owned by the Lord. Together they form God’s prophetic calendar, outlining the work of history’s most important person…Jesus, the Messiah.

As such, few themes are more timely or rewarding for God’s people today. The Feasts of the Lord covers all aspects of the biblical feasts, including:historical backgroundbiblical observanceand prophetic significanceYet, this book is not just another reference book on the feasts.

It is written from the Hebrew Christian viewpoint, helping you to see the feasts through Jewish eyes. The words of the Savior, His messianic claims, and Bible prophecy will all take on a rich, new relevance for you against the exciting backdrop of The Feasts of the Lord.

5. Presuppositional Apologetics: Stated and Defended

Author: by Greg L. Bahnsen
290 pages

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What once was lost, now is found!Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen, the definitive champion of Cornelius Van Til’s revolutionary Reformed apologetical method, wrote this systematic treatise and defense of Biblical apologetics many years before his untimely death. Dr. Bahnsen received the typeset proofs for editing, but due to the unfortunate accidents of history, the only copy was lost.

The work, consequently, was never published. In our Lord’s Providence, after some twenty years, our friends at Covenant Media Foundation discovered the lost proofs. They recently sent them to us at American Vision where our enthusiastic editors busily began preparing the work for publication.

Finally, our work has paid off! This magnum opus of apologetics lays out the Biblical presuppositional method, provides rigorous Biblical proof, and defends the uniqueness of the method. This is the work we all longed for Bahnsen to write, yet never knew that he already had written!

Now rescued from the dustbin of history, this monument of apologetics will provide must-reading for Christian defenders of the faith for generations to come.

6. The Book of Revelation For Dummies

Author: by Larry R. Helyer
368 pages

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Decode one of the most complex books in the Bible! Are you baffled by the Book of Revelation? Understand the purpose, key themes, and symbolism of the most fascinating book in the Bible with The Book of Revelation For Dummies, an easy-to-understand guide that will help you grasp the enduring messages of Revelation and apply them to your life.

You will understand what Revelation says about the past, present, and future, and how it relates to the rest of the Bible. You will learn how this mysterious book of the Bible fits into a historical context. You’ll discover all kinds of interesting facts about the apostle John and learn about the details of his world.

You will be able to choose a perspective for interpreting this book of the Bible and decipher the many haunting symbols. There is no need to read this reference guide from cover to cover; simply browse the table of contents or flip through the pages to find the answers and assistance that you need.

Discover how to: Interpret the prophecy of the Revelation Place it in historical context Understand how it relates to other books in the Bible Unravel the details of the apostle John’s life and world Choose a perspective for understanding See the grander scheme of things Complete with lists of the ten most commonly asked questions about end times and the ten rules of thumb for interpreting scripture, The Book of Revelation For Dummies will help you understand and decode one of the most perplexing books in the Bible!

7. The Black Hebrew Awakening: The Final 400 Years As Slaves In America

Author: by Dante Fortson
360 pages

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And he said unto Abram, Know of a surety that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them four hundred years; And also that nation, whom they shall serve, will I judge: and afterward shall they come out with great sub-stance.

Genesis 15:13-14For most of our lives we’ve been taught that the church has replaced Israel, Israel migrated and mixed with all nations, and that God no longer cares about Israel… But if that’s the case, how can the church trust anything that comes out of the mouth of God if he’d just back out on all the promises made to Israel?

+ God never abandoned Israel. + Christianity did not replace the nation of Israel. + Much of Christian doctrine was designed to reinforce white supremacy. One of the biggest travesties of the Transatlantic Slave Trade is that black culture prior to coming to America was completely erased on purpose.

What couldn’t be erased was eventually white washed until we were so uncertain of our identity that we began to identify with two lands…African American… + In the late 1400s Portugal began deporting black Hebrews to the West Coast of Africa.

8. As America Has Done to Israel

Author: by John P. McTernan
Whitaker House
320 pages

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Is America on a collision course with God? There is a direct correlation between the alarming number of massive disasters striking America and her leaders pressuring Israel to surrender her land for peace. Costing hundreds of lives and causing hundreds of billions of dollars’ damage, dozens of disasters including devastating earthquakes, raging fires, hurricanes, floods, tsunamis, and violent tornadoes have hit Americaand always within twenty-four hours of putting pressure on Israel.

What can you do as an individualand what can America doto change the direction of our country in relation to Israel and prevent the increasing number of calamities?

9. The Costly Anointing

Author: by Lori Wilke
159 pages

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In this book, teacher and prophetic songwriter Lori Wilke boldly reveals God’s requirements for being entrusted with an awesome power and authority. She speaks directly from God’s heart to your heart concerning the most costly anointing. This is a word that will change your life!

10. Messiah in the Old Testament, The

Author: by Walter C. Kaiser Jr.
Zondervan Academic

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Old Testament texts that point to the coming of the Messiah are traditionally interpreted either from the viewpoint of their New Testament fulfillment (evangelicalism) or their linguistic and grammatical distinctiveness within the Hebrew Bible (non-conservative). The Messiah in the Old Testament considers another important line of interpretation that has been neglected in building an Old Testament theology.

It approaches Israel’s concept of the Messiah as a developing theme and shows how a proper grasp of the textual meaning at each stage of Old Testament revelation is necessary for understanding messianic prophecy. Beginning in the Pentateuch and working through the Old Testament to the Minor Prophets, the author delineates texts that are direct messianic prophecies and examines their meaning and development within the flow of God’s plan.

The reader will gain an understanding of God’s process for bringing the Messiah to earth through the nation of Israel, and of his intent to bring the saving knowledge of Christ to the World through them.

11. As The Days of Noah Were: The Sons of God and The Coming Apocalypse

Author: by Minister Dante Fortson
442 pages

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As the days of Noah were, so shall the coming of the son of man be. Matthew 24:37The disciples of Christ came to him in private to ask for signs of the end of the age, and he responded with the above sentence but what happened during the days of Noah, that made Christ point to it as a reference?

And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.

Genesis 6:1-2These two verses have been the source of speculation and debate, for over 2,000 years. The reason for this has to do with the use of the phrase bene ha elohim (sons of God), which in Judaism is a rank of angels.

The idea that angels would descend, abduct human woman, and have children with them, is inconceivable to many people of faith. However, the Bible is not the only text to make the claim of beings descending from the sky and having children with mortal women.

12. The Handwriting on the Wall: A Commentary on the Book of Daniel

Author: by James B. Jordan
733 pages

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The Handwriting on the Wall. A book in 24 chapters and eleven appendixes, explaining the historical context of Daniel s life and prophecies, what those prophecies meant to the first generation who heard them, and what they continue to mean. A commentary that for the first time in our day takes with total seriousness the fact that Daniel spoke and wrote for those of his own day first for those still living in Jerusalem who were supposed to submit to God’s New Empire, and then to those living in exile and looking to the future.

Unlike liberal commentaries, The Handwriting on the Wall takes seriously the claim that Daniel and his contemporaries put this book together. In this respect, this commentary stands within the mainstream of all Jewish and Christian commentaries. But unlike most conservative commentaries, the author, James B.

Jordan, refuses to jump the prophecies off until the end of time, but takes seriously what they meant for those who heard them. Like any scholarly commentary, however, The Handwriting on the Wall is based on careful treatment of the grammar of the Hebrew and Aramaic text, and reflects a thoroughgoing familiarity with scholarly treatments of Daniel, liberal and conservative, up to the present day.

13. Tyrant: Rise of the Beast (Chronicles of the Apocalypse)

Author: by Brian Godawa
454 pages

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The Origin Story of the Book of RevelationWhat in the world was going on when John had his visions of apocalypse?Ancient Rome, A.D.64. Alexander, a Jewish doctor loyal to Rome, has his life turned upside down when the evil emperor Nero Caesar launches a horrific persecution of Christians.

When Nero discovers that an apostle has written a secret apocalypse about the end of the world, he orders a Roman warrior to hunt down the scroll, destroy it, and kill the author. But a bold Christian woman named Cassandra holds a dark secret that opens the door to a world of spiritual warfare they’re not ready to face.

It will lead them to the holy city of Jerusalem and to the true meaning of the apocalypse. It will change their world forever.And yours. Tyrant: Rise of the Beast is Book 1 in the shocking controversial series Chronicles of the Apocalypse.

It’s an edge-of-your-seat action-packed supernatural epic, written by Brian Godawa, respected Christian and best-selling Biblical author. Spiritual Warfare, Angels and DemonsThe human story is not the only one in the book of Revelation or in this series. Chronicles of the Apocalypse shows the evil plans of Satan and his fallen angels the Watchers masquerading as gods of the nations at war.

15. The Man of Sin: Uncovering The Truth About The Antichrist

Author: by Kim Riddlebarger
Baker Books
240 pages

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Who is the Antichrist and when will he come? Find out with this thorough, biblical examination of the doctrine of the Antichrist. From the author of A Case for Amillenialism.