In this day and age that we live, nothing maybe more important than to understand the wealth of wisdom that God laid up in the books of Daniel and Revelation.
Within those two books are hidden mysteries of God’s greatness, His return, and the last fight between good and evil, as the evil one is encaged.
There cannot be more than a handful of people who would claim that the Revelation of John is easy to understand. The last book in the Bible provokes many reactions, ranging between extremes of opinion. The author poses a reasonable question: The Bible being God’s word to mankind, why should any Biblical book be beyond human understanding? He then goes on to reveal a great significance, linking and opening up scriptural writings into a vivid picture of the extreme happenings at the End of the Age.
In this dynamic book, the author has spent numerous years enriching himself with an understanding of the comparisons between these two Biblical books and brings to the forefront just how easy it is to understand what God has written, when He enlightens us through The Riddle of the Kings.
In this book you will learn…
- The timescale of events
- The significance of the Feasts of Israel in the timeplan
- The identity of the Kings, key players in the battles for mankind’s vain supremacy
- The righteous struggles of mankind in these times
- The full and final purpose of God
‘That will come upon the earth to finish transgression, to put an end to sin, to atone for wickedness, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision, and prophesy, and anoint the Most Holy.’ Daniel 9:24
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hugh McKnight, (aka Lindsey) accepted Jesus as his Saviour at six year of age and during his Christian walk, he has been a member of Crumlin Presbyterian Church, Northern Ireland. Later in life he would serve on their committee, then a church elder, and then a clerk of session; of which he presently continues as an elder.
His education and working career was way of mechanical engineering culminating in supervision and management before retiring in 2003. Happily married for fifty-seven years to Margaret, they have four children and five teenage grandchildren.