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The book, “The Day of the LORD”
1. An incomparable Bible prophecy masterpiece, “The Day of the LORD,” is the first of its kind in thirty years
2. The book, “The Day of the LORD,” eliminates all of the timing problems inherent in the other prophetic views currently in circulation: pre-tribulation; mid-tribulation; post-tribulation; neo post-tribulation; the pre-wrath rapture of the church; historicism and the heresy peddled by Hymenaeus and Philetus (II Tim. 2:17-19) better known as preterism
3. The author of the book, Paul Wickliffe, presents time as seen from eternity and God’s perspective—seamless and eternal, not sequential and temporal
4. Makes the distinction between national Israel and spiritual Israel (Rom. 2:28, 29 & Rom. 9:6, 7)
5. Reveals some of the imperceptible and incremental worldly influences, movements, and people labeled spiritual and ‘Christian,’ and the fruit these godless influences have had on society and biblical Christianity at large
6. Shows that Jesus’ Olivet Discourse (Matt. 24; Mark 13; Luke 21) has some profound elements ignored by most in the contemporary Bible prophecy camp:
• That the tribulation and great tribulation are distinct periods of time. Jesus’ said otherwise in the phrase “those days.” Note, verses Matt. 24:19, 22, 29
• Contemporary prophecy says we are anticipating a period labeled the tribulation. Jesus said otherwise. We are in it! It began in the heart of national Israel when they rejected their Messiah. It was fulfilled in Jesus’ prophecy concerning Rome’s judgment in 70 A.D. on Jerusalem and giving us the Jewish Diaspora to the present
• A failure to see prophecy from an eternal perspective and how ‘apparent’ sequential events are not actually sequential as told in the Olivet Discourse, some of the confusion by readers might begin to diminish. Once these chapters in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21 are seen through an everlasting prism, the event described in Matthew 24:29-31, actually follows on the heels of the rapture in Matthew 24:37-41
• The term tribulation, a period of time we currently find ourselves, is not a future event. Being in it, this time period goes to the end of the 3.5 years, also known as the time of Jacob’s trouble
7. See why Daniel’s Seventieth Week has only three and a half years left not the seven years many Bible expositors claim (Dan. 9:27; Rev. 11:2, 3)
8. Understand the connection between Christ’s death on the cross and what that meant once Israel’s Passover Lamb had paid it all. See how all Jewish sacrifice and oblation were to become odious (offensive) to God, “and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate.” This meant animal atonement was empty, i.e. could not atone, or satisfy, God’s requirement in granting forgiveness
9. Examine a little-known truth regarding Simon Bar Kokhba (135 A.D.) and how he has been venerated and honored as Israel’s messiah
10. See the origin and explanation of the phrase “the day of the LORD,” and how that fits into God’s view of time, eternity, and prophecy
11. Has beautifully detailed graphs and charts not only showing the various prophetic views currently in circulation, but charts inclusive of other key eschatological events
12. See why Jesus’ words regarding his return in no way diminishes his deity. The key is in the word “knoweth” (Mark 13:32)

Religion & Spirituality
April 26
Paul J. Wickliffe
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