Book: Pocket Prophecies by Alvin Averycategories: Book, God, Armageddon, Zion, End Days, Latter Days, Prophecies, Jerusalem, Israel, Prophecy
Alvin Averyabout this book: The idea for Pocket Prophecies was born at the restaurant of a hotel called "Ezeroto" which, in Bulgarian, means "The Lake." It was a lovely day, and I remember sitting at an oversized, wooden table looking at the serene, artistically sculpted landscape that surrounds a man-made lake, the hotel's trademark.
After brainstorming for an hour with Mother, I settled on the title Pocket Prophecies. The idea was that this would be a book that, in its condensed form, would "fit inside a pocket."
These days, it's hard to find time to read—especially long, detailed books. This is why I decided to put together Pocket Prophecies.
Pocket Prophecies' 62 prophecies are derived from Zion, the Holy City of God and Armageddon—The Fate of the Lofty Nation and Beyond. These two, massive books combined contain a sum total of over 1,500 footnotes. In order, therefore, to make Zion and Armageddon more accessible, I performed a selection process. I hand-picked the most relevant quotations from these companion books and placed them in an order that would lead the reader to a deep understanding in a painless way.
In addition to its prophetical foundation, the book also contains the comparative "chart of 12," and the Bible's Book of Revelation's "3 cores."
If you're keen on having an easy-to-grasp understanding of complicated prophecies—the scholarly term for this is biblical exegesis—then Pocket Prophecies is the place to start.
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