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by Ken Johnson

eBook Ancient Prophecies Revealed: 500 Prophecies Listed In Order Of When They Were Fulfilled download ISBN: 143825346X
Author: Ken Johnson
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 21, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 174
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Category: Christian Books
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These include pre-flood times though the first Coming of Jesus and into the Middle Ages. The heart of this book is the 53 prophecies fulfilled between 1948 and 2008. The last 11 prophecies between 2008 and the Tribulation are also given. All these are documented and interpreted from the Ancient Church Fathers. The Ancient Church Fathers. Free 5-8 business-day shipping within the . Prices may vary for AK and H.

Ancient Prophecies Revealed book. A fascinating work that I refer to time and again. Ken Johnson is a great Bible scholar. I'm always fascinated in his writings.

Ken Johnson has created a true masterpiece of information, chronicling 500 major prophecies in detailed, chronological fashion. The heart of the book lies in prophecies fulfilled through 1948; then the author goes on to include the 11 prophecies that must be fulfilled before the Tribulation begins. Multiple easy-to-read charts are included, highlighting various prophecies that are grouped together, such as the prophecies of the first and second comings of the Messiah; the prophecies of Israel’s restoration to the Land; and the prophecies of the Rapture and the Tribulation. The heart of the book lies in prophecies fulfilled through 1948; then the author goes on to include the 11 prophecies that must be fufilled before the Tribulation begins. The Ancient Church Fathers, including disciples of the 12 apostles, were firmly premelinnial, pretribulational, and very Pro-Israel show more.

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It might not be interesting, but it is interesting for a number of reasons because when you study prophecy, you've got to study it from some base point. In other words, you can't be standing out in the Middle of nowhere. you have to start at a at a certain base which gives you a footing and reality. And then you go ahead and build on on the prophetic base that you're standing upon.

The heart of this book is the 53 prophecies fulfilled between 1948 and 2008.

These include pre-flood times though the first Coming of Jesus and into. The Ancient Church Fathers, including disciples of the 12 apostles, were firmly premelinnial, pretribulational, and very Pro-Israel. Required fields are marked .

This book shows over 500 biblical prophecies in the order of when they were fulfilled. These include pre-flood times though the first Coming of Jesus and into the Middle Ages. The heart of this book is the 53 prophecies fulfilled between 1948 and 2008. The last 11 prophecies between 2008 and the Tribulation are also given. All these are documented and interpreted from the Ancient Church Fathers. The Ancient Church Fathers, including disciples of the 12 apostles, were firmly premelinnial, pretribulational, and very Pro-Israel
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Juce
I have studied the Feasts of God and I love how Ken Johnson intertwines the prophecies of the festivals with the order of prophesied soon coming rapture and other events. You can bet it is a pre-trib rapture! Dr. Johnson does an excellent job of demonstrating this directly from the Bible. If you are a serious student of the prophesies of the Bible, You might also want to read his book "Ancient Messianic Festivals: And The Prophecies They Reveal" and "Ancient Book of Daniel" as well as "Ancient Prophecies Revealed: 500 Prophecies Listed In Order Of When They Were Fulfilled" In my knowing that Daniel's weeks of years are tied into the Shabuah (7 year sabbatical Shemitah year cycles), Ken Johnson brought the weeks of Daniel to life for me. Jesus will remove all those who are His off of the planet at the end of a cycle and the tribulation will start at the beginning of a cycle. I have absolutely no clue which year just the signs Christ said we are to watch for foretold in prophecy. Dr. Johnson also interprets history and Biblical data correctly placing the crucifixion [during a tetrad of blood moons and sackcloth suns over Israel] in 32 [and 33] AD using Daniel's timeline. He had to account for rulers changing the dates and times just as Daniel prophesied would occur. God had the crucifixion take place at exactly the right timing of the sacrifice to the minute on the correct day. Every spring feast fulfilled to perfection. There is no reason to believe the falls feast prophecies won't be the same right down to the exact minute day and year. Since the Book of Daniel has remained sealed, and only recently started to become an open book, I believe we will be seeing and understanding more and more prophecy as we get nearer to their times of fulfillment.Dr. Johnson also reveals the four hundred years of Biblical history that for centuries has been called missing history. It wasn't missing, it was simply written ahead of time and fulfilled to perfection! I look forward to reading his next publication.
Jesmi
As one who enjoys and finds rewards studying prophecies, this is one of the best organized studies I have found. There is a lot to sink your teeth into and some thought provoking revelations to chew on and make a matter of prayer. Overall, I would recommend this to any serious student of prophecy with the caution of not getting caught up in dates and times, but rather in letting the Holy Spirit breathe on what has been revealed in the scripture itself with the help from this author. It is helpful to have a working knowledge of jewish/Hebrew background and understanding to really and appreciate this book. We cannot view any of scripture from a purely Western culture backdrop as most have been taught, otherwise you will miss the patterns and workings of God as understood by those who faithfully recorded all these prophecies and the events surrounding them when they were given. If you read and study with prayer and a teachable spirit in cooperation with the Holy Spirit, then you will receive much blessing, revelation and insight into God's ways, patterns, times and seasons as well as those things that are hidden from the wise and revealed to the humble. However, if you are only reading to find contradiction or as a proof text for your own beliefs or those of any one denomination, you will not receive any benefit or blessing and will actually fullfill the prophecy that says, "having eyes to see will not, and ears to hear, will not".
Shadowredeemer
EVERYTHING you ever wanted to know about Bible prophecy!!! Well organized and easy to use because most of the scriptures mentioned are printed in the text so you do not have to look them up yourself. Uses lists and small charts and then text explains the lists. Text is clear regarding which prophecies have been fulfilled and which are to come and which have duel fulfillment. This was faith-building; I had no idea how many prophesies are in the Bible and how accurately it predicted those prophesies which have already been fulfilled. Historical and philosophical background information is included to further explain the prophesies. Everyone who is interested in prophecy should read this book and include it in their Biblical library. Few reference books are this readable!
INvait
I own a number of Ken Johnson's books. They are a staple to my Christian library.
The books are carefully done so as to be as accurate as possible using the material available.
Much of the extra-Biblical writings and books - many known as Inter-Testament period are very informative.
Also, many of the books and writings were even referenced by Bible authors themselves. Now, we can read them.
ℓo√ﻉ
I hesitated to get this book because I never heard of the author. Now that I've read this one, I think I'll get some of his other titles. This book is well documented, organized, and very easy to follow. It lists 500 prophecies in the order they were fulfilled. There are a few things I'm not sure about though. He also has a section on extra biblical prophecies, and uses apocryphal and uninspired writings to strengthen his position. My only problem with that is that you have no way of being able to tell if those sources are reliable. Other than those things, I learned a lot from this book and would recommend it for anyone who is interested about learning about bible prophecy.
Agarus
This book was incredibly detailed and specific. I have read it through several times and find myself going back to it over and over again because I can add another fact to memory when I do. With the great influx of crazy teachings and downright unbiblical doctrines I have finally found someone that will give me honest and sound extra-biblical teaching. Many people look for other sources besides the bible to present a more precise picture of history, prophecy and certain Christian doctrines that many seem to want to toss out. Ken Johnson uses extra biblical sources that are historic or based on early teachings of the church, prior to the beginnings of Roman Church. He has a great amount of knowledge regarding prophetic symbolism and early church doctrines. If you are looking for other works to glean from, I highly recommend Ken Johnson's books.