Brothers and sisters, the Holy Spirit has guided you here. This is the only place in the world with the answer to the most enigmatic time-period passages in the Bible:

These and other Bible verses all point to Jesus' glorious return to earth in 25 years.


I have been sternly warned by some of the persons closest to me that publishing this book shall cost me my life. They say that every Muslim and Jew, every Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox, every Rationalist, Über–Baptist, and Mainline Protestant in the entire world will sincerely wish me dead for what I have written.

More than that, some of the persons closest to me think that the entire thesis of this book is preposterous. They say that far from being God’s man for this time, I am confused, delusional, and obsessed with a series of inconsequentialities. They say that while I might, incidentally, spread some truth about God through this book, I will only do so in a manner that will alienate people and cause strife. They say that I have gone out of my way to insult people, and that I will end up no better than Mr. Treadwell (see Section 102), who lost his life to bearish cousins and was proven to be a fool.

How shall I reply to this? It is best to use Christ’s own words:

Blessed are you when men hate you, when they exclude you and insult you and reject your
name as evil, because of the Son of Man. Rejoice in that day and leap for joy, because
great is your reward in heaven. [Luke 6:22–23, NIV]

I am very well aware that the only people that will be enthusiastic about my life’s work are those that love the Lord Jesus more than they love the trappings of this world.

I am a friend to all who fear you, to all who follow your precepts… May those who fear you
rejoice when they see me, for I have put my hope in your word. [Psalm 119:63,74, NIV]

The rest—those who are not busying themselves building treasure in Heaven—will be infuriated.

O Lord, by your hand save me from such men, from men of this world whose reward is in
this life. [Psalm 17:14, NIV]

Mr. Treadwell was not a fool because he died young. Left to their own devices, everyone would eventually die—whether young or old. He was, rather, a fool because he died without faith in the God–man, and for a cause that was against the purposes of the God–man. But the Lord Jesus has promised,

If you cling to your life, you will lose it; but if you give up your life for me, you will find it.
[Matthew 10:39, NLT]

You are never as secure as when you make yourself vulnerable for Jesus Christ; you are never as rich as when you make a free-will offering unto Him.

With a freewill offering I will sacrifice to you; I will give thanks to your name, O Lord, for it is
good. For he has delivered me from every trouble, and my eye has looked in triumph on my
enemies. [Psalm 54:6–7, ESV]

Though I have a morbid fear of the public spotlight, and it is in my nature to avoid conflict, the Holy Spirit has emboldened me to proclaim God’s message.

. . .I am filled with power—with the Spirit of the Lord. I am filled with justice and strength to
boldly declare Israel’s sin and rebellion. [Micah 3:8, NLT]

By this power I have warned people that the theater of life is closing—much as the vacationing schoolgirl warned the beachgoers in Thailand (see Section 14).

I do not hide your righteousness in my heart; I speak of your faithfulness and salvation. I
do not conceal your love and your truth from the great assembly. [Psalm 40:10, NIV]

It would have been easier to run away and watch from a distance, but sounding the alarm was the right thing to do.

For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent… [Isaiah 62:1, TNIV]

I will not regret my work unless the seven year time-window that I put forth (i.e., the beginning of AD 2033 to the end of AD 2039) comes-and-goes without Jesus Christ returning from the sky. That is a metaphysical impossibility. God promised a blessed rest for His Chosen People (i.e., the Christians) after the sixth day, and it is written,

Thy word is truth. [John 17:17, KJV]

So I await the close of the sixth millennium, and the dawn of a new Heaven and new Earth (Section 48).

. . .based on His promise, we wait for new heavens and a new earth, where righteousness
will dwell. [2 Peter 3:13, HCSB]

As for the duration of my earthly life, it will be whatever my Lord decides it to be.

As no one has power over the wind to contain it, so no one has power over the time of their
death. [Ecclesiastes 8:8, TNIV]

Although nobody knows the exact course of his or her future, one can do no better than to faithfully serve God. I have done that, and I will continue to do that. I know that Christ will save me from every danger and rescue me from every evil design. But even if He does not, I want you to know that I will not serve the gods of this world: I will not worship the abominable image of gold that has been set up on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem (i.e., the Cult of Muhammad); and I will not heed the false prophecies about the ultimate parameters of the physical world (i.e., the Cult of Science). Neither will the remainder of God’s Chosen People, the Christians.

The godly people in the land are my true heroes! [Psalm 16:3, NLT]

We will read the Bible, and spread the Good News of Jesus Christ through all available means, and wait patiently for His Second Coming. I have hope that I shall live to a healthy old age and, during the fourth decade of this century, look up to see my Lord’s glorious return with the same eyes that are looking upon this page as I write.

I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living! [Psalm 27:13, ESV]

Should my Good Friend, Jesus, take me into His kingdom before that, do not shed one tear for me. Under such a turn of events, I will have lost nothing: I’ll still be welcomed by Him—only sooner.

I know that my Redeemer lives. In the end he will stand on the earth. After my skin has
been destroyed, in my body I’ll still see God. I myself will see him with my own eyes. I’ll see
him, and he won’t be a stranger to me. [Job 19:25–27, NIrV]

Whatever the case, it is my fervent prayer that I shall also see you, the reader of this book, there among Christ’s Elect.

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Have you ever wondered
about the meaning of the
Bible's reference to. . .

the Mark of the Beast?

the Image that Could Speak?

the Abomination that Causes Desolation?

the False Prophet?

the Falling Away?

the Resurrection of the Dead?

the Son of Perdition?

the Two Wings of an Eagle?

Fire Coming Down from Heaven?

The Fall of Babylon the Great?

the Number of the Beast?

the 1260 Days?

the Woman Fleeing Into the Wilderness?

the Thousand Year Reign of Christ?

the Two Horns Like a Lamb?

the 1290 Days and 1335 Days?

the Kingdom Thrown Into Darkness?

the Sign of the Son of Man in the Sky?