Page count: 256 pages, hardcover
Author: David Jeremiah
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Thomas Nelson Publishers has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book as part of their BookSneeze.com bloggers book review program. I was not required to write a positive review, and therefore, the review is 100% my honest opinion.
It’s said that the bible is full of codes. And this book is just about that. The codes in the Holy Bible, and the explanation for the events that has been prophesied in the Bible.
Prophecy Answer book explain the prophecy puzzles in plain, simple language. And it can be understood easily. There are 1,000 prophecies in the Bible so itâ€™s natural to wonder, have any prophecies been fulfilled?
Do they really predict the future? And can we really know what will happen at the end of time? When will Armageddon be?
Dr. Jeremiah decodes and clarifies prophecy for the average person. He explains in simple terms what could otherwise be mysterious and even frightening, allowing readers to gain a balanced understanding and assuring perspective of the significance of prophetic events to their personal lives as believers in Christ. This book too, explain how the modern events that occurred every now and then is related to the Holy Bible.
Now, I’ve always loved mysteries. In comparison to the previous book that I received from BookSneeze that’s such a bore, this one is hard to put down, and it made me understand the events that has been predicted in the Holy Bible even more.
This is one book that I would read over and over again and would not get bored. It’s almost like reading the Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown. The only difference here is that while Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code gives you mind boggling question that could undermine your faith, this book provided logical answers that will strengthen your faith instead.
And yes, I would definitely recommend this to those who doubts what the Holy Bible had predict, as the explanation really does make sense. My favourite chapter of the book is The New Heaven and The New Earth, and I would rate the book 4 out of 5. It’s a good, serious book to read.
Cleffairy: It is nice to have answers for a change.