Shadows of the Beast…

I am sooo excited about something coming up and so I wanted to give a shout out to a new book from Jacob Prasch called Shadows of the Beast. I have listened to Jacob here in my country and have a few DVDs and audio’s of his teaching. He is a brilliant bible expositor and well respected by those who are concerned with sound biblical doctrine and teaching. I have just ordered this book which looks really fascinating…

Most books on the Antichrist overly focus on a few characteristics provided in Scripture or on a single aspect of his background. This is why at varying times throughout church history, and even to this present time, there are those who assert the Antichrist must be the pope, or that he must come from Rome, or that he must be Islamic, just to name a few of the apparent paradoxes. One of the critical teachings provided inShadows of the Beast is how these elements are all pieces of the puzzle and that there is actually no contradiction in stating that they are all partially correct. The seeming contradictions have come about because authors and scholars have taken their one piece of the puzzle and tried to make it the solution to the whole puzzle instead of realizing they are only in possession of part of the solution. As Jacob states in the book, they are correct in what they are saying but incorrect in what they fail to say.

This book is probably one of the most important books to be written about the topic of the anti-christ. It is written for those of you who are wise virgins and who like to keep their oil filled up and their wick trimmed.

It pains me to say that as we get closer to that dark night — Jacob’s Trouble — that there are evangelists out there who think that prophecy is a waste of time. Don’t they know that to prophecy is very important when we teach about the Kingdom of God…

Many who were once looking for the return of Jesus have fallen asleep. We now live in a period of time where numerous prominent Christian leaders are telling the Christian masses that paying attention to the signs of our times in light of the Bible is a waste of time. And many of them take it a step further and accuse those who believe what Bible prophecy says about the end of the age of being negative and self-centered.  Roger Oakland

Jacob Prash utilises prophecy so that people can examine for themselves if such things that have been written have come to pass and asks… what are the odds that future prophetic events will come to pass just as the bible says…

In an age where evangelism has become so difficult in the developed world we must recall the instruction of Jesus to “Preach The Gospel of The Kingdom” – that is using eschatology and end time prophecy to engage in evangelistic dialogue, to proclaim the urgency of the need for salvation in the face of a returning Christ amidst a fast coming global cataclysm with the Middle East at its epicenter.

Anyway if you go the THIS link, you can check out Jacob’s book and see how it has been written by examining all the shadows of the beast outlined in the bible — and some that aren’t — and decide if you think that this book should share a place in your bookcase.


2 thoughts on “Shadows of the Beast…

  1. Hi Vee,

    This looks like another great resource. Thanks for the heads up once again…I ordered the Daniel Project thanks to your tip as well – which my church is going to be watching this week.

    Hope things are going well with you – I’ve been soooo busy, we need to catch up!


  2. CARLA!!!! How are you? So nice to hear from you 😀

    I have actually bought the kindle version too. So now I can lend out the book to people who are interested 🙂


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