How is this end-times book different from all the others? There are certain matters essential to our understanding of God’s prophetic timeline that other books may recognize, but they don’t prioritize.
The first is the finished work of Messiah. As vital as it is for our salvation, it encompasses more than that. Everything God has planned is in the Messiah (Ephesians 1:3–11) and has nothing outside of Him. Therefore, His finished work is God’s perfect work for all He intended—past, present, and future, for “Yeshua the Messiah is the same yesterday, today and forever” (Hebrews 13:8).
The second essential matter is the centrality of Israel in the plan of God. The very timing of God for the resurrection (rapture) of the Body of Messiah is tied to Israel signing a seven-year treaty with the man of sin. And everything from there forward is Israel-centric, for the Tribulation is “the time of Jacob’s trouble” (Jeremiah 30:7). The second coming of the Messiah is tied to the repentance of Israel (Acts 3:19–21). The millennial reign of Messiah is over the Kingdom of Israel (Acts 1:6). To enter the New Jerusalem, you must enter one of twelve gates that are named for the tribes of Israel (Revelation 21:12). The very One we exalt is called “the Lion of the tribe of Judah” (Revelation 5:5). To decentralize Israel is to disregard God’s prophetic plan. Join Sam Nadler as he provides a thoroughly Biblical and unique Messianic filter to process end-time events. 264 Pages