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Incoming e-mail

I discovered your webpage and found it fascinating! I would like to know about your background. What kind of church you go to, what background you were raised in, and your testimony. I myself, am a born again christian.

My reply

I'm glad you like my Web page. I go to the Baptist church, but there have been times when I attended non-denominational churches. I pay more attention to what is being taught than what they call themselves. I don't believe what any of them say without comparing it with the Bible anyway.

I can't remember not believing in Christ. I was raised in the Methodist church, but when we were transferred to another state, my dad just happened to have gone to college with the principal of the High School I attended. We went to his church, Baptist, for a year. Then as my youngest brother was to be baptized, we moved across the street to the Methodist church so the whole family would be members of the Methodist church. I noticed a difference. This Methodist church taught stories taken from the Bible, not bad. The Baptist church opened their Bibles and taught straight from the Bible itself, better. In the one, I only opened my Bible to read the passage the sermon was based on. In the other, more often, I kept my Bible open the whole time, referring to it as the passage was explained. I was glad to be baptized by immersion too because that was the way it was for Jesus.

When I met my husband, he said he would change to my church, but I said that I would change, I liked his church better, that I had already gone to it a year. So I crossed the street again, never to go back to the Methodist except when visiting my parents.

My husband and I moved to La Mirada, CA, when there were only three tracts of houses and we had to pick up our mail at the railway station. We watched the shopping center and BIOLA College being built. I exhausted the library at our church, Bethany Baptist of Whittier (where for awhile my husband and I taught Sunday School), exhausted a friend's extensive library, listened to Christian radio, listened to Bible study tapes with another friend, then at loose ends figured it was time to look into the library at BIOLA (Bible Institute of Los Angeles, La Mirada div.).

By that time, I had rededicated my life to Christ and asked him what he wanted me to do. I was totally immersed in Bible study. I read a stack of books about 18" tall every week for seven years and still could not get answers to some questions. Having done everything I could to figure things out, I opened my Bible, put my hands on it, and in exasperation said, "Lord! you'll have to show me. I want to know everything you want man to know about the Bible, everything!" Of course, I had no idea what I was asking. After all that study, I still did not realize how much more was packed into that small book.

I studied into the wee hours of the morning, and still stay up late studying and answering e-mail. If I had ever gotten enough sleep, I would never have written three books. However, I did not set out to write books. Heaven Found was a total surprise even to me. It almost sprouted on its own in a few short months. That was a change, my first book took 23 years of writing.

My dad was a teacher and Principal in Indiana. He encouraged my hunger for books. After exhausting the school library, he ordered books by the carton from the library at Indianapolis. He taught me to outline as a way of studying. I wrote booklets to myself. After I got into the books at BIOLA, I started writing a book to myself.

One evening at twilight, I got up dead tired from the rickety card table in the corner of the kitchen with my husband's old college portable typewriter on it, grabbed my Bible by the heel and headed for the bedroom. Not opening the draperies or stopping to turn on the light, I threw myself down across the bed saying to myself, "Why am I doing all this work? it'll probably never be published anyway."

Suddenly, I was staring at my open Bible just a few inches from my face. How it had flipped open I didn't know. It was just suddenly open, right in my face. I stared at it in awe. It was open to Jeremiah 50, and there was a rectangle of light on verse 2 and no other. I read it over and over. It said, "Declare ye among the nations, and publish, and set up a standard; publish, and conceal not: say, Babylon is taken, Bel is confounded, Merodach is broken in pieces; her idols are confounded, her images are broken in pieces." And I had been writing about the three Babylons, Nimrod's, Nebuchadnezzar's and the False Prophet's.

Subdued, I meekly told the Lord, "OK, I'll continue to study and write, but you'll have to help me with the publishing. I don't know anything about that." I had no idea how to publish to the "nations," plural. He got Avon Books to call me and offer to buy my first book to sell on the world market, etc. Now that I am a 68 year old great grandma on the Internet, anyone in the world can dial up my Web page, we can correspond, and I can send them books. I never, in my wildest dreams, could have thought up this one.

The book I had been writing never got published, but some of the material in it ended up in Exit: 2007: The Secret of Secrets Revealed. Imagine this. After seeing light on that verse, I knew I was to write a book, but I did not know what book I was to write. Those 23 years were a constant learning process. The book got written seven times. The last time, my husband said that he would like to see it finished while he was still alive and got me a computer. That book got revised right up to the day it went to the printer.

I'm constantly learning new things from Scripture. There were several times that I would think that I knew the Bible--silly fleeting thought. Now, I think that there is so much packed into it that I'll never get to the bottom of it. Only God could have put that much information in such a small package. No man could have done it. Scripture is God breathed.

After the Lord woke me up in the middle of the night and said, "Be still and know that I am God," I began to learn things that I could not find in all my searching through books. I learned what Ezekiel really saw in his visions, what the cherubim and flaming sword of Genesis 3:24 really were, where Satan had lived, what happened to his planet, what had and would happen to our planet as a result, where Heaven is actually located, who the seven kings of Rev. 17:10 really are, and when end-time events would take place.

God had a plan before time began, and he is working his plan. He knows exactly when everything will take place. He has cleverly worked clues to understand his plan into the very fabric of Scripture. As far as that goes, he has also worked clues to where Heaven is located into the very fabric that covered the Tabernacle, and into its structure and furnishings. He had certain things that happened to Israel recorded in Scripture to help us understand prophecy. It seems that all coming things have their shadow in the past, almost a carbon copy. It is all written down for us in such a manner, here a little and there a little, that to unbelievers, it is nonsense, but to believers indwelt by His Holy Spirit, it makes wonderful sense.

He is not just playing games with us. If he told everything plainly, it would not come true. However, he can open our understanding so we can figure out what he has recorded for us. The Holy Spirit can guide us into all truth. This way, the wise shall understand, but none of the wicked will understand and will come into judgment.

Very soon now, we can say, as Paul did, "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that LOVE HIS APPEARING" (II Timothy 4:7,8). We are approaching take off. The Rapture of the Bride of Christ must take place before the Tribulation begins. We are the FIRST of the firstfruits.

Incoming e-mail

I am a 60 year old grandmother in northeast Iowa who finds your web sight fascinating. I have always been told to be wary of anyone who sets dates. However, I believe you are sincere in trying to warn the world of the upcoming and impending rapture and I have no problem with it being on Pentecost 1998 - so be it "Come Lord Jesus"...I pray God continue to give you insight and inspiration.

My reply

I'm a 68 year old great grandmother in southern California, who is pleased that you find my web sight fascinating. I understand the wariness concerning dates. Until 1968, I felt the same way.

I am not a prophet, I can be wrong. I might not have had the courage to stick my neck out and set dates if the Lord had not put a rectangle of light on Jeremiah 50:2. It said, "Publish and conceal not." So, here I am out on a limb, for better or worse.

At the First Advent, the Pharisees failed to pick up on the clue given in Daniel 9:26 about the Messiah being killed. Jesus scolded them for being able to read the sky and yet not being able to discern the times. We would hope to do better with the clues given us.

One thing I feel sure of is that the Rapture can't be very far in the future, regardless. The signs are all present. Earthquakes are increasing. There are about 12-16 every day now, etc....

I keep searching the Bible for clues. Every one I turn up fits the same pattern. I feel more confident all the time, but at the same time, I keep reminding myself that I could be wrong. I just hope I'm right. All I can do is present the Scriptures that tie in and let people make up their own minds.

Incoming e-mail, Subject: 1998

I have read with interest your Internet article about the Rapture taking place at Pentecost, 1998.

May I inquire what will be happening during the 2 1/2 year interval from the Rapture to the beginning of the Tribulation? Will people know the Rapture had occurred?

My reply

Thank you for your interest. Whether I am right or wrong about the date, the Rapture can't be far off. I keep looking for clues in Scripture and everything fits into that same pattern. When Israel was first born as a nation when they left Egypt, it was 50 years to the Jubilee, when debts were forgiven and land returned to its owner. This fits very well if the Rapture takes place 50 years after Israel again became a nation.

I think the interval between the Rapture and the beginning of the Tribulation will be about three years, from Pentecost, May 31, 1998 to Pentecost, May 28, 2001.

It is not easy to know exactly what will happen in the interval. We know that the Church is the temple of the Holy Spirit, and that it will go up in Rapture I. Does that mean that the literal temple in Jerusalem will go up then? I'm not sure, but it could indicate that. The temple will be there during the Tribulation for in the middle, the False Prophet sits in the temple showing himself that he is God.

One thing that we can know is that people will see the Rapture happen.

Psalm 40:1-3 says, "I WAITED patiently (as the Philadelphians do, Rev. 3:10) for the LORD; and he inclined (bent down) unto me, and heard my cry. He brought me up also out of an horrible pit (as Jeremiah acted out), out of the miry clay (out of our bodies of clay), and set my feet upon a rock (Heaven), and established my goings (the Rapture). And he hath put a new song (sung after the Rapture, Rev. 5:9) in my mouth, even praise unto our God (Rev. 5:12,13): MANY SHALL SEE IT (the Rapture), and fear, and shall trust in the LORD."

God never leaves himself without a witness. These who see the Rapture take place will spread the gospel during the interval. Since Elisha got a double portion of the Holy Spirit when he saw Elijah raptured, these may too. This would give the powerful impact when they speak of Christ. It would give them the courage to endure martyrdom if that is their lot.

I want them to know that if they are not killed, there is another Rapture on the 2300th day of the Tribulation. I want them to know that there is hope and that Rapture II will take place before the Wrath of God is poured out at noon on the Feast of Trumpets, September 13, 2007....

Incoming e-mail

I came across your site via a search on "comets."

I am the author of the book, "Prophecy And The Comet: Biblical Impact Of Shoemaker-Levy 9." In the book I show that the black marks this comet produced on Jupiter match exactly the events found in the Book of Revelation. I am convinced that this comet served as a sign, a warning that the Second Coming is very near! If this subject sounds interesting, then feel free to check out my site at:

ps I enjoyed your site.

My reply

Thank you. Glad you enjoyed my Web site. I visited yours last night....Have you turned up other astronomical events that are possible signs? How about the lineup of heavenly bodies May 5, 2000? before the Tribulation begins and the conjunction of Regulus and Heaven in 2008 before Christ returns?

I sure hope people get your message. I have been saying for many years that an asteroid was going to hit Earth and cause the destruction prophesied in the Bible. This globe is going to be turned upside down....

One other time this happened was when Sodom and Gomorrah were wiped out. That cracked the Earth and formed the Great Rift Valley, a crack that reaches all the way from Turkey to Lake Nyasa in Africa. It is deepest at the Dead Sea. Like a giant hammer, it broke the bedrock into great fault blocks and depressed those under the upper end of the Dead Sea 2,615 feet below sea level. And, "Babylon...shall be as when God overthrew Sodom and Gomorrah" (Isa. 13:19).

Ezekiel 21:14 says, "let the sword be doubled the third time." This will be the third time such a thing has happened since Adam was created, and it will be twice as bad as when Sodom was wiped out. (The second time was on Joshua's long day, when more were killed by falling stones than the Israelites killed.)

The coming asteroid impact will be twice as bad as that one (that destroyed Sodom). Thank the Lord for his mercy in taking us out of here before it hits.

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Many thanks to you for your diligent study of the Word, and the encouraging information you freely post for us all. We truly know the time is short!

I am studying your interpretations and insights with great enjoyment.

My admiration to you for delving into the Internet and web page construction - at age 68!

My reply

I have to do what I can to warn people to get ready for the Rapture. It isn't the time to sit around watching TV.

I watch my computer screen instead, and it isn't to watch video. It is to use Claris Works, BBEdit, Netscape, Color-It, Graphic Converter, etc.

My husband said he wanted to see my first book finished before he died and got me a Mac. I had already rewritten the book 6 times by that time. When it was finished the 7th time, it still got revised every day until it went to the printer. I just keep on learning new things. That book took 23 years of writing and more than that of studying.

Incoming e-mail, Subject: Re: 2 Raptures?

Just surfing the net and found your site.

> As one Christian to another, what do you think about the possibility of
> two Raptures, one Pre-Trib, the other Pre-Wrath? Etc.

I can see that you are far above this Doubting Thomas both as a bible scholar and a web page builder. I have been into a lot of things in my 62 years of life, but prophecy is not one of them. I share, however, your belief that time is quickly running out. God's time clock seems to have picked up speed at the time of WW1, and is now moving forward at terrific speed. I noted with interest that God spoke to you saying "Be still and know that I am God." The only two times that God has spoken to me directly was to say the same thing and to say "Ask of me and I will give you the heathen for an inheritance and the uttermost parts of the earth for an habitation"

Isn't it wonderful that the internet can reach everywhere?

Thank you for writing!

My reply

As a Bible scholar, this 68 year old has studied very hard since before 1960. As a Web builder, you may be surprised to know that when my husband signed us up for the Internet last September 29, I had never heard of HTML. I had to just go out on the Internet and gather the programs and HTML information I needed. It is all out there. A little hunting will turn it up. I started with the Beginner's Guide to HTML. I use a Mac so I downloaded the first HTML editor for the Mac I found at TUCOWS, BBEdit, and am still using it in spite of getting AOLPress later. For Graphics, I downloaded Graphic Converter and gleaned Color-It from a disk in a library book. I'm learning new things all the time, both from Scripture and about using the computer....

How could you say you are a Doubting Thomas and yet you know the Lord spoke to you? I would think you would be dead certain. I am. I know of three others who have heard the Lord speak to them. One lady who writes to me told me he said to her, "I'm coming in your lifetime." Another lady I know heard, "You will never die." My son David...heard the Lord talking to him. He said quite a bit, but the only thing that really stuck in David's mind is that we must be perfect to go in the Rapture.

We must be wearing the white wedding garments to be chosen as the Bride of Christ. This is what we should emphasize today. It makes the difference between being a Philadelphian and being a Laodicean. It makes the difference between being caught up and left behind. For a believer to wear the white garments means that there is no sin barrier between him and God. We should use I John 1:9 and confess our sins so they can be forgiven. Only then are we as wise virgins with our lamps glowing brightly. We are then filled with the oil of the Holy Spirit. We are not like the foolish virgins whose lamps are sputtering, about to go out.

Incoming e-mail, Subject: Re: the time of the end

I am writing to you from England, from where I had a chance to read your web page. You sound like a lovely lady.

Over here there was a Bible teacher (died 1987) by the name of Roger Price who spoke and wrote about matters such as you write on. His opinion was that God put 'unreckoned periods' in history so that we cannot determine the time of the end. Such is the time of the rapture, tribulation which I believe Jesus spoke of in Luke 21 / Matthew 24 when he said no-one would know.

As a young Christian in 1981 I remember being told that the world was ending in 1987, due to it being 70 years after the Russian revolution; this disturbed me for a short while but some years later I watched the sun come up on the new year 1988. In 1992 the Harold Camping book "1994" came out and has since been consigned to history and I hope to have the chance to speak to you in a couple of years time.

My reply

Nice to hear from another member of the Body of Christ. I hope I meet you in the assembly in Heaven right after the Rapture. We may have minor differences but in the only thing that really counts, we are in agreement. Jesus is our Saviour. All else should take second place and be discussed in agape love.

What Roger Price, Edgar Whisenaut or Harold Camping thought has nothing to do with what Scripture teaches. I have thought the Rapture would be in 1998 ever since 1968. I knew ahead of time that Whisenaut, Camping and Hal Lindsey were wrong. I copyrighted my book, "Exit: 2007: The Secret of Secrets Revealed" in 1987 to show that I knew that the Rapture was not going to happen in 1988. I wrote Hal Lindsey and told him it was too early, and why, but he paid no attention.

You said that Jesus "said no-one would know." That is what many say, but take another look at what Jesus really said, "But of that day and hour knoweth (present tense, at that moment) no man (Jesus was not just man, but man and God)" (Mt. 24:36). He was careful how he phrased that. He did NOT say that no one would ever know. Do you agree?

Acts 1:7,8 says, "And he said unto them, It is not for you ("apostles," verse 2) to know the times or the seasons, which the Father hath put in his own power (exousia. Green's: authority; Thayer's: ability, according to his own choice). But ye shall receive power (dunamin. Thayer's: ability, under or full of the power of the Holy Spirit; Strong's: miraculous power, usually a miracle itself, ability; i.e., the miraculous ability to know the times or the seasons), after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you."

It was not for the apostles to know the times or the seasons. That was reserved for us at the end of this age, after the Sign of the End of the Age (the Six-Day War of 1967, when Israel grew) appeared.

The power to know the times and seasons resided in the Father. He exercised his power of choice to not tell the apostles at that time. However, he chose to give the baby church the ability to know when the time arrived in which he wanted them to be able to figure it out. He did this by bestowing on them his Holy Spirit. This filling with his Holy Spirit is what gave us the ability to figure it out after the last clue appeared that made it possible. This clue was the Six-Day War that fulfilled the fig tree parable of Matthew 24:32-34. The generation that saw this parable fulfilled are the ones that can know.

It is now time for the church to receive "their portion of meat in due season" (Luke 12:42). John 16:13 says that when "the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth...and HE WILL SHEW YOU THINGS TO COME."

When do you expect the Holy Spirit to "SHEW YOU THINGS TO COME"?

Those of the last generation are the little children of whom I John 2:18,20 said, "it is the last hour...and ye have an unction (anointing) from the Holy One, and YE KNOW ALL THINGS."

The reason they are priviledged to know is because the events of the end of the age will take place in their lifetime. They need to be forewarned, as Noah and Nineveh were forewarned, in order that they have every chance to avoid the Day of God's Wrath that is coming upon the whole world 40 years after the Sign of the End of the Age.

Jonah walked into Nineveh and said, "Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown" (Jonah. 3:4). And don't forget that Noah knew the year. See Gen. 6:3: "his (man's) days shall be an hundred and twenty years." Noah knew when to complete the Ark.

We don't want to repeat the Pharisees' mistake. Remember that Jesus chastised them for not knowing the time. They should have known from Daniel 9:24-26. In Matthew 16:3, he said, "O ye hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the sky; but can ye not discern the signs of the times?" Similarly, in Luke 12:56, he said, "Ye hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the sky and of the earth; but how is it that ye do not discern this time?"

In Luke 11:52-54, he told "the scribes and the Pharisees," "Woe unto you, lawyers! for ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered."

Remember that Jesus said, "But take ye heed: behold, I have foretold you ALL things" (Mark 13:23). He also said, "NOTHING is secret, that shall not be made manifest: neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad" (Luke 8:17). Daniel 12:10 says that "the wise shall understand." This includes the "wise" virgins.

Jesus said to the churches, "If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee" (Rev. 3:3). What will we know if we do watch? If we shall watch, he will not come on us as a thief (that is just before Armageddon, see Rev. 16:15,16), and we shall know what hour he will come upon us.

People also say we can't know when the Second Coming will take place. However, look at Ezek 29:17,21. It says, "in the first month, in the first day of the month (Nisan 1, the first day of the Jewish Regnal and Sacred Year)...In that day will I cause the horn (king) of the house of Israel (Christ) to bud forth, and I will give thee the opening of the mouth (i.e., the Logos, the Word) in the midst of them (Israel); and they shall know that I am the LORD." Christ will return on Nisan 1. That is a date, and it is in Scripture.

This agrees with Hosea 6:3: "he shall come unto us as the rain, as the latter and former rain unto the earth." The former rain comes Tishri 1. The latter rain comes Nisan 1. Therefore, Jesus was born on Tishri 1 and will return on Nisan 1. De 11:14, says, "I will give you the rain of your land in HIS DUE SEASON, the first rain, and the latter rain," and the Lord does exactly what he has told us he will do.

Incoming e-mail

Thank you for your prompt answer to my inquiry. It is quite overwhelming and I must try to digest it before I respond in much detail. I'll appreciate your patience in that.

As one Christian to another, I will say that I believe there will be a pre-Tribulation rapture of the Church (body of Christ; those living, preceded by those from the graves). I'm troubled by your comment that people will see it, since it will happen in the 'twinkling of an eye', unless you mean that people will see that it has happened.

And I understand from Revelation that there will be people saved during the Tribulation, and most likely martyred, who will be in Heaven before Christ returns with His saints. Call it translation or a pre-Wrath rapture; that is fine with me.

However, I am troubled by your suggestion that the Holy Spirit will be taken from the earth with the Church.
(1) while the individual believer is the temple of the Holy Spirit (or the Church, corporately if you will), the Holy Spirit is not limited to dwelling in the believer, else He could not do His office work of bringing unbelievers to repentance and salvation. (2) At the rapture of all dead and living in Christ in a moment (1 Cor. 15:23, 51-58; 1 Th. 4: 13-18), not one soul will be left on earth who is a Christian or in Christ. Multitudes will soon be saved afterward through an awakening (Acts 2: 16-21; Rev. 6: 9-11; 7:1-21; 12:17) This, I'm sure, will require the work of the Holy Spirit.

Later I'd like to deal with my uneasiness about using the Old Testament to pin-point the month and day of Christ's return.

I respect your great effort in searching the Scriptures, and wish the blessing of Rev. 1:3.

My reply

Nice to hear from you. Maybe I can help on certain points.

> I'm troubled by your comment that people will see it (the Rapture), since
> it will happen in the 'twinkling of an eye', unless you mean that people
> will see that it has happened.

Elisha saw Elijah being taken up. Actually, I Cor. 15:51,52 does not say we will go up in the twinkling of an eye, although it may indicate that. What it does say for sure is that "we shall all be changed, In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye." Now the question remains, are the Rapture and the change exactly the same thing?

All I can do is read the scriptures. If the Bible says something, I believe it.

It seems to me that Enoch and the days of Noah typify the first Rapture, and that Elijah and the days of Lot typify the second....In the Bible, Jude 1:15 says, "Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints, To execute judgment upon all." Enoch understood much. If he is a type of the Church that is to be raptured, we should be able to understand much and be able to tell our friends that we expect to be caught up.

> However, I am troubled by your suggestion that the Holy Spirit will be taken from the earth with the Church.

He will come back, but will operate as in Old Testament days. After Jesus Ascended, it was 10 days before the Holy Spirit came back.

The Laodicean is spewed out of the Body of Christ at the time of the first Rapture. Rev. 3:20 seems to show the Spirit of Christ coming in to him if he opens the door. It says, "Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me."

Since Elisha received a double portion of the Holy Spirit because he saw Elijah taken up, maybe the ones that see the Rapture will too. Maybe this is why they are willing to be martyred for their faith during the Tribulation, if that is necessary.

> Later I'd like to deal with my uneasiness about using the Old Testament
> to pin-point the month and day of Christ's return.

"All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness" (II Tim. 3:16).

"Now all these things happened unto them (Israel) for ensamples: and they are written for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the world (ages) are come" (I Cor. 10:11).

Incoming e-mail

I find your ideas interesting. I have always had "non-traditional" views on the end times, many seemingly agreeing with yours. I do want to know more. How can I get your books?

My reply

I'm glad you find my ideas interesting and want to know more. Please tell me of your views too.

If I have figured the timing right, we are exactly one year from the Rapture today, May 31, 1997. If not on May 31, 1998, it still can't be long. Now is the time to make sure we are wearing the white wedding garments. That means we should use I John 1:9, confess our sins to God so they can be forgiven. Only then are we wearing white garments.

We have to be as wise virgins with plenty of the oil of the Holy Spirit. Scripture tells us to be filled, and we should be. The Holy Spirit descended to fill the church on Pentecost in 30 A.D., and it looks like the Lord will descend to take Spirit-filled Christians to Heaven on a Pentecost.

Esther seems to be a type of the Bride of Christ. Thus the "twelve months...days of their purifications...for the purifying of the women" (Esther 2:12) before she went to the king's house seem to apply to this 12 month period before us. We want to be chosen as the Bride of Christ as Esther was, not be spewed out of Christ's mouth like the Laodiceans. Therefore, we should prepare ourselves. We want to be perfect in God's sight. Rev. 17:14 says of the Lamb, "he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful."

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Exit: 2007: The Secret of Secrets Revealed ($12.95)
Heaven Found: A Butter and Honey Star ($12.00)
The Master Key: Revelation's Secrets Revealed (forthcoming; Avon Books is changing the title [now Revelations 2000, books should be in bookstores mid-Dec.])
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