The Unveiling

David Fellingham

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Barcode: 9781912863693

Release date: 04/01/2021

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David Fellingham contends that the Book of Revelation draws the prophetic purposes of God together, with over five hundred allusions from other parts of the Bible and it is the Bible itself which interprets this amazing book, not world events.However, we can understand the events that are happening in our world through the prophetic lens of Revelation, and as we do that, we can grow in our faith that even with such devastating events like wars, natural disasters and pandemics, God is totally in control. He has an unfolding plan. As we Christians cooperate with King Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit, we will see the Father’s plan fulfilled.The Unveiling, brings a perspective to answer to the many questions David has been asked during over 40 years as a Christian leader.His answers are not speculative, but firmly rooted in Scripture. He admits thats he does not have the answer for every detail, and accepts there will be other opinions and views, but whatever view we may hold the certain fact is, Jesus is coming again.The ‘last days’ is the whole period between the resurrection and the Second Coming of Christ. The gospel of the kingdom will reach every nation. The church is the highest priority on God’s agenda. Before Jesus returns there will be a powerful church, alive in the Holy Spirit, consisting of people from every tribe, tongue and nation."With nearly fifty years of ministry behind him, David Fellingham is well known as a Bible teacher, conference speaker, worship leader, songwriter and author. He has a passion for revival, and for churches to be alive in both Word and Spirit. His latest book, The Unveiling, shows how Revelation is relevant to our contemporary world, the church and our personal lives, as it explores such themes as worship, spiritual warfare, and our eternal destiny."R.T. Kendall, Pastor Westminster Chapel 1977–2002

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