Revelation of His Handywork

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iUniverse, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 316 pages
There is a scarlet thread woven in the fabric of world history. This thread represents the various forms of the sacrificial traditions carried out and remembered in nearly every culture. One by one, these ubiquitous ceremonies suddenly came to an end. That the concept is barbaric and cruel is not the complete answer for its demise.

One revelation in particular will be identified that completely fulfills the traditional and moral necessity of sacrifice. Many scriptural clarifications and additional promises were proclaimed in connection with that momentous sacrifice. The ramifications are monumental for the present and future course of history on Planet Earth. Portions of several religious texts will be referenced and compared.

The meaning of Handywork: handiwork is skillful work that is personally done. The Old English spelling, "handywork," comes from one place in the Authorized Version of the Bible.

"The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament shows His handywork" (Psalm 19:1).

This term has come to represent the unique creative work that only the one true God can plan, fulfill, and reveal!

 

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Contents

Our Diverse World
3
A Brief History Of Civilization
10
Ancient India
16
Revelation Transformed
21
The Far East
26
Chapter
28
The Arabians
32
Most Ancient Revelation
37
Broken Branches
108
Just Excuses
113
The Living Dead
119
Aliases and Icons
124
My Witnesses
130
Sweet Rapture
136
Mystery of Evil
141
That Wicked One
147

The Scarlet Thread
41
Prophetic History
47
The Desired
53
Precious Promises
58
Words of
62
Born to Die
67
The True Light
75
Glorious Appearing
81
Fruitlessness
87
All The Trees
92
The Mustard Tree
97
The Olive Tree
103
Lying Wonders
152
Appendix
158
The Purchase Of Prayer
176
Evil Unchained
189
The Heavenly Call
208
The Rescue
221
The DragonSerpent Exposed
243
The Temple of Heaven
265
Like Pharisees
281
The Tower Dream
299
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