The Dream - Through the Eyes of Sowing and Reaping

All of us have heard the saying, "You reap what you sow." This book brings this principle to light using the dream of Nebuchadnezzar recorded in the Book of Daniel, Chapter 2. Through the spiritual meaning of numbers and symbols, this study presents a deeper perspective about the universal concept of sowing and reaping and how it relates to all humankind.
Times and Seasons - An Alternative View of the Day of the Lord

Rapture? Tribulation? The last days? The return of Christ? Most everyone is familiar with these topics to some degree. This study uses the spiritual meaning of numbers in conjunction with the symbology of the Old Testament Feasts of Israel to present a different perspective of love, hope, and encouragement in the days ahead.
The Rapture - Yes or No?

The concept of the rapture has been a part of Christian doctrine for a very long time, but do the scriptures really teach this? If not, what is the alternative? This study presents a unique view which addresses many of the passages and symbols pertaining to the return of Christ and the end of the age.
The Unpardonable Sin

The subject of the unpardonable sin has long been a confusing one, leading many to guess and millions confused. Is it suicide? Is it murder? If not, what is it? This study considers the context around the “blasphemy against the Spirit,” provoking us to rethink our doctrinal positions and consider an alternative that might surprise you in the end.
The Parable of the Sower

The principle of sowing and reaping found in Galatians, Chapter 6, is a universal principle which is relevant to all humankind; past, present, and future. This study considers the Parable of the Sower in conjunction with this principle, proposing a unique theory you may have never considered.
Deep Sleep

This study addresses the two deaths and two resurrections using the spiritual meaning of numbers along with the symbology of the Old and New Testaments to outline the path of every believer and our walk in Christ.
Eastward in Eden

Did you know that the creation story is written as a parable? So it is that when we consider the Garden of Eden and Adam and Eve, much more lies beneath the surface of its external presentation. Underneath the spiritual inspiration of the words of men is found the wisdom of a Creator whose purpose from the beginning challenges our hearts and minds to discover the life that is found in His Son.
Death, Burial, Resurrection - The Divine Process of God in Humankind

Death, burial, and resurrection is the core essence of the gospel of the kingdom. This study takes an in-depth look at this principle and examines the first resurrection from the dead as described in Revelation, Chapter 20, and the second resurrection of the dead that follows.
The Beasts of Revelation

The Book of the Revelation is the most mysterious book in the Bible, and no wonder; it is filled with numbers and symbols which have intrigued us for centuries. This study explores the meaning behind the beast with seven heads and ten horns, revealing its relevance and importance in this present time.
The Beast of the Earth

Why is Christianity so divided? Why are there so many denominations and organizations? Who is right? Who isn’t? How do we explain this division? This study addresses the “beast coming up out of the earth” in Revelation, Chapter 13, and helps us to understand the sectarianism found in the body of Christ today.
The Second Death

Jesus told us, “He who overcomes shall not be hurt by the second death” (Rev. 2:11). This was not a promise that we would avoid it altogether, but an exhortation to expect it in our lives. It is to our advantage then to understand what the second death is, how it affects us at this present moment, and what its’ purpose is in the life of the believer.
The Fullness of the Times

Is the end of the world coming? No, but the end of the age is. What does this mean to us as believers in Christ? This study uses the three great Feasts of Israel and the spiritual meaning of numbers to give an in-depth view of this topic.
Babylon the Great

Who hasn’t heard about the “tower of Babel”? For most, it is a simple story which represents how the Lord created all the languages of the earth. But is there more to this story that we are failing to consider? After all, why does Babel or Babylon hold such a prominent position in the book of the Revelation? Who does she represent? These questions and more are addressed in this study.
The Two Witnesses

The "two witnesses" of Revelation has captured the minds of many over the years leading to a great number of interpretations that can overwhelm the serious Bible student. Who are these "two witnesses"? What or who do they represent? This study builds on the "types" and "shadows" of the Old Testament, as well as the spiritual meaning of numbers and their patterns to help us achieve understanding.
Hell, No! An Alternative View of Hell

What is hell? Where is hell? Is it really a place of eternal damnation and torment, of untold misery and suffering that lasts forever? Who is deserving of hell? Who isn’t? How do we really know? This study presents an alternative view of hell that is scripture-based, yet unique in its presentation, showing that Hell is not what we have been led to believe.
Dead Men's Bones - A Case Against Eternal Torment

Eternal torment. All of us have heard about it. Does the Bible teach this? If not, then what does it teach? This study challenges this long-standing idea openly and honestly, giving an alternative view for your consideration.
The Serpent - An Alternative View of the Devil

Horns, pitchfork, red and hideous. Who hasn’t heard about the devil? But who or what is he? Is he a fallen angel? Many of us think so, but is this really what scripture teaches? If not, what does it teach? This study begins in Genesis and the creation story and challenges the longstanding traditional stance that we have all been familiar with for a very long time.