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This book, The Second Part of the Tribulation, is the companion volume to my earlier work, The First Part of the Tribulation. The second part of the tribulation includes the reign of the ten kings, and the subsequent reign of the Antichrist and the false prophetess (a woman antipope), as well as the first Return of Jesus Christ, and the subsequent punishment of the unrepentant wicked by means of the Seven Bowls of the Wrath of God. Then a long time of peace and holiness follows, called the Millennium. The second Return of Jesus Christ occurs afterward, at the time of the general Judgment and general Resurrection.
The main portion of the book focuses on the reign of the Antichrist, as described in the Bible and in many sources of private revelation. In my interpretation, the false prophet who assists the Antichrist is a woman, described in Revelation as 'the great harlot' and a type of 'Jezabel'. She gives the false religion of the Antichrist a structure, in perverse imitation of the true Church, and then positions herself as the head of that false Church, as a type of antipope. This book analyzes the reign of the Antichrist and the work of the false prophetess in great detail. Opposing their wicked work are the two Prophets (Enoch and Elijah) as well as many holy Catholic Christians called 'the First Fruits'.
1. Overview of the Inter-tribulation Period
2. The Kingdom of the Ten Kings
3. The Rise of the Antichrist
4. The Antichrist in the Old Testament
5. The Antichrist in the New Testament
6. The Antichrist in Other Sources
7. The False Prophetess and Her False Church
8. The Two Prophets and the First Fruits
9. The Return of Jesus Christ in 2437 A.D.
10. The Seven Bowls of God's Wrath
11. The Millennium of Peace and Holiness
12. The Brief Rebellion after the Millennium
13. The General Judgment and General Resurrection
The book is in paperback format, 7" x 10" and 600 pages.
The current price is $25.50.
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