This astounding little book provides absolutely incredible insight into Early Church beliefs that have long been lost and forgotten by the mainstream Church. It reveals what two second-and third-generation disciples of the Apostle John wrote about the Rapture, the Tribulation, the Antichrist, the Mark of the Beast, and the Second Coming. Both men were well-respected leaders of the Early Church and both clearly state they were still teaching things Jesus taught His Disciples about His Return.
In addition to a free hard copy of several of the books, we also provide free digital copies of all six books shown below and described at left. Download as many as you would like:
Jesus said the writings of Moses, the Prophets, and the Psalms—that is, the entirety of the Hebrew Scriptures—are all about Him (Luke 24:27, 44; John 5:46). Yet few today can find any reference to Jesus Christ in the Hebrew Scriptures because they don’t understand that God has used parables since the time of Moses to speak concerning His Son. The Passover Parable is at the heart of God’s message concerning His Firstborn Son, Jesus Christ. That message can be seen in the carefully orchestrated parabolic pantomime that God directed Corporate Israel, His Firstborn Son (Ex. 4:22), to enact during the Exodus of the sons of Israel from Egypt.SHARE
Skeptics like to point out the apparent contradictions that exist in the Creation Account to prove the biblical text is not reliable. Here, for the first time since the Early Church lost The Apostolic Teaching, is an explanation of that account that not only makes sense; it also agrees completely with things the Early Church Father Irenæus wrote in his monumental second-century work, “Against Heresies.”SHARE
This 55-page booklet is a reprint of the article titled “Wanna Hear the Whopper the Liar Came up With? (I Doubt You’ll Believe It!)” in the October 1996 issue of The Voice of Elijah® newsletter. It contains a penetrating examination of the origin and distribution of the single most important lie that Satan has ever foisted off on the Church—Dispensationalism. It explains why he is feverishly promoting the Big Lie in these Last Days, and includes a timeline depicting events leading up to the Second Coming.SHARE
This 64-page booklet explains the Gospel message of salvation as a simple step-by-step approach to what one must believe and do to be born again.
This 60-page booklet exposes several popular beliefs as nothing more than Satan's lies. It then goes on to explain the content of the Old Testament Gospel message of salvation that one must believe to be born again.