Voice Of Seven Thunders - Shadows of Things to Come

By Edwin Woolsey

Religion & spirituality | Paperback, Hardback, eBook


Our world is changing at a bewildering rate. Although the prophet Daniel lived during an age when technology was relatively simple, he foresaw a time on Earth when "many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased" (Daniel 12:4). How unlikely for a man, living 2,500 years ago, to foresee in his own ability a revelation that has been fulfilled within the last 200 years! For those embracing the words of Dickens, the assumption could be made that these are the "best of times" while anyone objecting to this premise might be judged to suffer from "neo-millennium phobia". But undeniably, a darker shadow is being cast upon the stage of current events as the curtain rises one last time for the final act of "Apocalypse" Apocalypse . . . A prophecy in which events of a great cataclysm and the destruction of all evil forces are foretold" . . . And he had in his hand a little book open: and he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth, 3 And cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth: and when he had cried, seven thunders uttered their voices" (Revelations 10:2-3). The Voice Of Seven Thunders is the end-time revealing of God's hidden calendar for Earth's greatest events from Creation to the Kingdom Age of Christ.


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Our world is changing at a bewildering rate. Although the prophet Daniel lived during an age when technology was relatively simple, he foresaw a time on Earth when "many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased" (Daniel 12:4). How unlikely for a man, living 2,500 years ago, to foresee in his own ability a revelation that has been fulfilled within the last 200 years! For those embracing the words of Dickens, the assumption could be made that these are the "best of times" while anyone objecting to this premise might be judged to suffer from "neo-millennium phobia". But undeniably, a darker shadow is being cast upon the stage of current events as the curtain rises one last time for the final act of "Apocalypse" Apocalypse . . . A prophecy in which events of a great cataclysm and...


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Edwin Woolsey is the father of three wonderful children, ages 27, 24, and 21. Now retired, Edwin worked as an educator in the Missouri public school system for a total of 31 years. A life-long student of the Bible, Mr. Woolsey serves as both teacher and pastor in his community. He is also a newspaper contributor for a weekly religious column. Some of the author's hobbies include gardening, fishing, hunting, and other activities related to nature. His interests in literature encompass history/archeology and science fiction. Edwin Woolsey has authored a total of four books. And There Were Giants – Into the Land of Nede is a fantasy adaptation of the book of Genesis, illustrating the rise of humanity on earth. If My People – God's Call For American Revival compares the original founding of America to current trends in American society today. The Voice Of Seven Thunders – Shadows of Things to Come parallels the symbolism of the seven Jewish Holy Days in Leviticus, chapter 23, with God's overall time line for human history. The Revealing – Unlocking the Revelation of Jesus Christ is a verse-by-verse analysis of the book of Revelation, reexamining many current doctrines of the Western Church.


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Edwin Woolsey is the father of three wonderful children, ages 27, 24, and 21. Now retired, Edwin worked as an educator in the Missouri public school system for a total of 31 years. A life-long student of the Bible, Mr. Woolsey serves as both teacher and pastor in his community. He is also a newspaper contributor for a weekly religious column. Some of the author's hobbies include gardening, fishin...


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