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When does the rapture occur and the end of the world begin? Ancient Jewish keys contain little-known mysteries for gentile believers and are much like jigsaw puzzle pieces.

By combining these jigsaw puzzle pieces with Jesus' words and the Bible prophecies about the end of times, what we get is a startling revelation.

The ancient Jewish keys include:

  • Idioms
  • Feasts
  • Customs
  • Teachings 

These keys, together, reveal the day of the rapture and when the tribulation and end times start.

©2019 Earl Bristow (P)2020 Earl Bristow

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This sat on my shelf for a long time. I finally listened to it and learned something things even though i be read much about biblical prophecy. The Jewish idiom regarding Matthew 24:36 is a little difficult to wrap my mind around but it makes sense. The narration is easy to listen to. The last chapter is one of the best invitations to Jesus that I've heard. I will move this book to my favorites and hopefully read/listen again.