This award-winning book examines the biblical quest to obtain eternal life. It guides readers through the journey in a step by step progression, from ancient prophecies to their final fulfillment. The Message for the Last Days maps out God’s intersection of our temporary condition to the eternal.
The future is revealed by understanding the past, where history and mystery are intertwined.
How can we know what the future holds if we don’t understand the past? This question is at the heart of this book as much of modern Christian culture has lost its roots. The crux of the book is derived from consistent biblical interpretation methods to find hard truths about our fate mentioned in the Bible.Topics include answers to these questions:
Why is the Christian Church so divided with many different denominations and independent Churches? Isn’t there just one true Church?
How did the modern Church get so far removed from early Church beliefs as clearly stated in the New Testament and by the early Church fathers?
What are the original prophecies in the Old Testament about the end times and how are they repeated in the New Testament?
Does the nation of Israel have anything to do with end times? What is the true meaning of the gospel and salvation?
These questions are answered by a thorough examination of various interpretation methods. This book explains six different biblical interpretation options then reveals a unified approach to understanding the Bible.
Books and articles by KJ Soze cut across various denomination lines to help find unity and clarity for those who may hold differing interpretations.
The Message for the Last Days provides detailed historical research of complex topics, such as end times and the afterlife, then condenses the results into a compact format to save time for those interested in biblical studies. The process is an integration of scriptural references, concordances, topical studies and commentaries into a unique package to help clarify the Bible’s message about the future.
KJ Soze is a Christian non-fiction publisher that uncovers “lost in plain sight” topics of the Bible such as salvation, end times and the afterlife. He integrates over 30 years of experience in historical and biblical research with his scientific and analytical skills to present refreshed orthodox understandings of the Bible. KJ enables Bible disciples to see the obvious as he strips away at mythological and cultural lenses that often blind our beliefs from God’s intentional gospel. Books and articles by KJ Soze cut across various denomination lines to help find unity and clarity for those who may hold differing interpretations.
“I write about biblical history woven into prophecies about the future to help readers see the thread of God’s message for them today.”
Excerpt from The Message for the Last Days –
Readers of any long, difficult book will know the temptation to skip to the last pages to find out what happens in the end. But there is no satisfaction in taking such a shortcut. The sum of the narrative ebbs and flows provide the conclusion its power and meaning. For readers of the Bible, the book of Revelation has a similar allure: How does it all end anyway? But the same principle applies: Revelation is the last book of the Bible we should study. Without a foundational understanding of the gospel message, we won’t be able to understand the Apocalyptic prophecies.
This book compares literal interpretations of the Bible to figurative interpretations to show how each affects our belief system—and how preconceived belief systems affect our interpretations.
Our goal should be to set aside our preconceptions and objectively interpret Bible passages related to end times—even if the passage uses figurative language. Figurative language, after all, can be used to describe an event that literally occurred. Christ’s first advent, for instance, was the literal fulfillment of prophecies that included figurative language. The prophetic metaphors and visions ultimately corresponded to physical outcomes on earth that humans could observe. Shouldn’t it follow that Jesus’ second coming would also be a literal event foretold by figurative end-time prophecies?
Please refer to this short YouTube video that explains more about biblical interpretation methods related to this book – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPqtbQurjyY