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Great Endtime Revival – is an amazing true story about a couple highly influential spiritual experiences I had at a very young age that indelibly changed my life. Later, I lost my kid sister to cancer, followed by a recurrent dream at the age of eleven about a stranger standing on a hill, silhouetted against the twilight sky, speaking to a great multitude of diverse nationalities. As I entered my adult years I tried to fit into my childhood dream regarding the end of days, which conflicted with many of life’s demands. I must find a way to integrate into God’s plan and prepare others for the Great Endtime Revival. Those who love to read a good story with unpredictable twists and turns will enjoy Great Endtime Revival. Anyone who has lost a family member or had a brush with death could relate to this story. People who have made difficult life decisions, or are on a quest for truth, who love mystery or have an interest in the last days will find this book very compelling. This is a story that everyone will love and relate as they come to realize how I arrived at my conclusions that led me to my decisions that determined the course of my life by an algorithm of difficult choices I made that is common to us all. There have been many how-to books written about walking with God, but there could hardly be enough testimonies about people obeying the Holy Spirit and how it innately changed the course of my life as I live and walk by the Spirit to this day.

Biographical Sketch And Qualifications – I am fifty-nine years old, and lived most of his life in Beloit WI, and have been married for the last fifteen years to my wife, Nancy. I have been writing for twenty-five years on Biblical subjects. I am currently writing commentary on the New Testament for this website. Beginning in 1990, I designed and produced a topical concordance of the New Testament (www.jeansbiblestudy.com). I have an associate’s degree in humanities from the University of Wisconsin-Rock County, an associate’s degree in computer networking from Blackhawk Technical institute of Wisconsin, and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in the field of education.

 

 

 

 

Temple of God Made without Hands – 

This is a book about our relationship with God as seen through the symbolism of the Old Covenant tabernacle. Draw near to our great high priest, who Himself “Entered through the greater and more perfect tabernacle, not made with hands, that is to say, not of this creation” as a forerunner for us (Heb 9:11,12 NASB). Take a tour though this tabernacle as members of the royal priesthood (1Pet 2:9), and partake of the sacred bread that represents the word of God, continuing along the corridor of lampstands that shed light on His word to reach the golden altar of incense symbolizing prayer.

 

The golden altar of incense is the theme of this book. One of the priestly duties was to daily dress the altar of perpetual incense. For this reason the altar of incense was stationed just outside the Holy of Holies in front of the curtain, but was technically an article of the Most Holy Place. Hence, it symbolizes the transition between the holy place and the Most Holy Place, marking the threshold that separates the physical from the spiritual realm. Therefore, the old covenant temple illustrates prayer leading us into the innermost sanctuary of God’s holy presence!