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This book, The Apocalypse of Jesus Christ, will detail all of the major events along the road to Armageddon—as spelled out in the Book of the Revelation—like no other Bible prophecy book on the market today has, or, can. Anyone versed herein need not concern himself over Nostradamus or the Mayan’s calendar. Of the Bible’s many and multifaceted end-times themes, not one has failed, heretofore. Like pieces to jigsaw puzzle, all fit together like hand in glove.

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									  Demystifying the
Apocalypse
    Beyond 2012
      (Revelation 1-22)

      By Alvin Mitchell




The Bible Study Hour.net Press
         Phoenix, AZ
Demystifying The Apocalypse
Beyond 2012

 2009 by Alvin Mitchell
First Edition

Published in 2009 by The Bible Study Hour.net Press
P. O. Box 25632; Phoenix, AZ 85002-5632
(602) 799-6677
www.biblestudyhour.net
E-mail: www.hossnhousexpress@hotmail.com

All rights are reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or
transmitted in any form or by any means—electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording, or
otherwise—without written permission of the publisher, except for brief quotations in printed
reviews.

                          ISBN:



Cover Design by Alvin Mitchell
Cover Art/Imaging by Alvin Mitchell, using Ulead Cool 3-D Production Studio
      Mushroom Cloud                              Stock Image from BigStock
      The Grime Reaper                            Stock Image from BigStock


                             Printed in the United States of America
   Table of Contents

               Section I
               Applied
          Apologetics Study:
             A Scoffer’s Delight
(A Preface, Foreword and General comments)

              Section II
            The Churches:
       Warning and Encouragement
           The Snatch-Away

                (Rev. 1-5)

              Section III
         Raindrops from Hell
        America in Bible Prophecy
               (Rev. 18)

              Section IV
              The Battle of
              Armageddon
           The Two Kingdoms
         (Rev. 6-10, 14-16, 19-22)

              Section V
               The Beast
            Bablyon the Great
           (Rev. 12, 11, 13, 17)
                            The Apocalypse of Jesus Christ

In light of all the many economic, financial, industrial, social, political problems
weathered by Babylon the Great since the Great Depression, these recent problems with
the housing market, the bank bailouts and the more recent auto industry rescues might
otherwise have been negligible. The trouble with any notion as that we will get over
them, as usual(!), is the Bible's road to Armageddon.

Every prophetic way-marker is now plainly above board, in full view, where not more
than one or two was visible by the 1929/-30 stock market crash. 115 years ago, none was
tenable. By the time of the crash, Pandora's Box had then been opened but not realized
or demonstrated publicly. With the coming of the Hiroshima /Nagasaki incidents and the
rebirth of Israel in 1948, Armageddon lay quietly in the shadows, but no less ominously
upon the horizon. The viability of all the Bible's remaining prophecies had yet to be
validated.

Today, the vulnerability of the richest, most powerful nation on the planet having been
fully exposed, and, every other prophecy of the Book of the Revelation totally matured
and well beyond its original near fictional beginnings, the cat of Babylon's future and the
fate of the nations is now completely out of the bag—in perfect accord with the Bible’s
predictions.

The Gateway to Armageddon will commence with the horrendous destruction of
Babylon the Great followed by the drubbing of Magog and the Persians, all of which will
clear the deck for the most unlikely of scenarios: The Muslim's Nightmare.

This book, The Apocalypse of Jesus Christ, will detail all of the major events along the
road to Armageddon—as spelled out in the Book of the Revelation—like no other Bible
prophecy book on the market today has, or, can. Anyone versed herein need not concern
himself over Nostradamus or the Mayan’s calendar. Of the Bible’s many and
multifaceted end-times themes, not one has failed, heretofore. Like pieces to jigsaw
puzzle, all fit together like hand in glove.

No professing American saint today can afford the risk of standing before is Maker,
ignorant of Bible prophecy—in spite of the difficulty and the many different, conflicting
interpretations. An empty-headed Christian in this regard is inexcusable, when there is so
much information at his disposal.

								
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