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.


This book is a true and faithful interpretation of Biblical End Times prophecy and teaching. It provides an approximation, or a time-window, for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. It explains the meaning of various events that the Bible associates with His final judgment upon the world. But this book is as much about metaphysics as it is about eschatology. I simply stumbled upon the latter during meditations on the meaning of life, the utility of science, and the creation of the physical world. I did not realize it until recently, but the subject of the end of the world draws logically from these things. Because of this, the book is set out as a sequential series of vignettes, sermonettes, and allegories. Each is prefaced by a Bible verse from which the ideas are drawn. I have also peppered the text with supporting Bible citations. The informed reader will know where to find even more biblical confirmation on any particular point.

Christianity is all about the meaning of life. It tells us that all things have been created by one Supreme Being.

All things were created through Him and for Him. [Colossians 1:16, NKJV]

We are to enjoy them and to use them to glorify Him.

Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. [1 Corinthians 10:31, NKJV]

Christianity also tells us that something has gone horribly wrong with God’s original plan for us. The fault lies with a spiritual saboteur, and with humanity’s free-will acquiescence to his deviation.

The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. [John 10:10, ESV]

Christianity tells us that the penalty for each of us would have been eternal separation from God, except for the fact that He is love. In grace, He chose to forgive us. God therefore set out upon a cosmic rescue mission in which He took human form at a particular calendar date in human history.

And his name will be the hope of all the world. [Matthew 12:21, NLT]

At a time without flush toilets or air conditioners or hot showers—a time when human life was not worth a plugged nickel—Jesus Christ came into this miserable world and lived a perfect life. He taught and prophesied and healed, and then allowed Himself to be killed in order to conquer death’s hold over us. It was a well-planned and flawlessly-executed operation. Any person that accepts this gift in the quiet of his or her own heart is guaranteed eternal life.

How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of
God! And that is what we are! [1 John 3:1, NIV]

Central to God’s plan is a compilation of sixty-six books and letters that we know as the Holy Bible. It is a written representation of the character of the God–man, Jesus. Both the Bible and Jesus are therefore referred to as the ‘Word of God.’ The Bible foretold of Jesus’ ministry, and then recorded His birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension. It tells the story of His early Church. It instructs those that entrust their souls to Jesus to spread His message, called the Gospel, or Good News, throughout the world. And it promises that when that task is done, Jesus will come from the sky to give us incorruptible bodies and to build a new Heaven and new Earth.

…the mystery of God will be accomplished, just as he announced to his servants the
prophets. [Revelation 10:7, TNIV]

This final promise is about to be fulfilled.

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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?