Permit me to de-mystify for you the major prophetic books of the Bible: Daniel and Revelation. Revelation is probably the easiest book in the Bible to understand…once its veil is removed. In only a few minutes, God will remove the veil off of the "code" in how He has written these prophetic books.
Here’s how to quickly navigate my web site. First, take the time to read the link: 25 Rules for Understanding Bible Prophecy. I have consistently and unwavering used 24 of these personal rules for over 25 years—every time I open the Bible—which is why I see what most others don’t see in the prophetic Scriptures. God added the final rule last year. These 25 rules will begin to unlock for you the prophetic code of Bible prophecy. Then, if you can resist going to whatever catches your eye, read the Preface to the link: The Chronological Order of Revelation.
Finally, read the opening page to the link: The Book of Daniel in Verse-by-verse Outline—as Daniel is the key book for understanding Bible prophecy; and most of the Church’s errors are in the Book of Daniel. Daniel is the mold into which we must pour the Book of Revelation, if we really want to understand what God has already revealed in His Word. If you do these three things first, you will see that big picture of Bible prophecy; and you are encouraged to then go wherever you like on this site.
The Bible is the story of one nation (Israel), and nine kingdoms which have or will rule over it. Seven of the nine kingdoms can be found in the Book of Daniel; and we then only have to add the first two kingdoms: Egypt and Assyria. God has given me an extremely user friendly web site. All of the blue links are “hot”, and will open in a new window [unblock your pop-up blocker]. The reason for these “pop-ups” is that they enable one to study the Bible with 5 to 14 Bibles open at the same time, without losing one’s original point of reference. I don’t just give you my conclusions on this or that point. If the Scripture reference upon which my conclusion is based is anywhere else on this sight, the blue link will take you directly to it.
In The Chronological Order of Revelation my comments are in the Endnotes at the bottom of each page. In The Book of Revelation in Verse-by-verse Outline (and all the other outlines) my comments are in brackets. I developed these outlines solely in a personal attempt to understand the complex sentence structure in which the Bible is written…with each new point dropped to a new line (did you ever diagram sentences?); and, in 1999, with all of these computer files blessing no one but me, I decided to share them on the Web. I know they will bless you.
It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter (Pro. 25:2).
And from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten of the dead, and the prince of the kings of the earth. Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood, And hath made us kings and priests unto God and his Father; to him be glory and dominion for ever and ever (Rev. 1:5-6).
Pastor Walter James Taylor
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