Why I Leave Time Stamps in Bible for Tribulation Saints
I am fully aware that the comments below are from trolls and should probably be ignored, but I feel I should address them to help those who are honest seekers of truth. These comments were underneath this video, which is a free sample of my Bible for Tribulation Saints:
Six-seven-twenty two-thirty-one pm this YouTube user: Such easy listening. Not irritating at all. – Josh Garno at YouTube
what a terrible way to write a conversation literally half of what you’re reading is numbers you sound insane – Paz de la Huerta at YouTube
MY ANSWER: The time stamps are left in to orient the listener to time and place and to emphasize this is NON-FICTION and TRUE HISTORY and a TRUE TRANSCRIPT OF A GENUINE CONVERSATION THAT TOOK PLACE. I also believe that Bible for Tribulation Saints has been added to the Biblical canon and the time stamps serve the same role that the numbers and verses serve in the Bible. I wanted to leave a CLEAR record of all that Jesus said to us, and so the time stamps will stay in!!
For those who think the Biblical canon is closed, consider this verse from Revelation 10:4. “I was about to write and I heard a voice from heaven saying, ‘Seal up the things which the seven peals of thunder have spoken and do not write them.’ ” This is a hint that there’s more revelation to come, which can’t be disclosed until the proper time. Also Revelation 22:18 about not adding to or subtracting from the words of this prophecy is referring to the book of Revelation not the entire Bible. AND you must take Revelation 22:18 IN CONTEXT and also consider Rev. 10:4 in interpreting Rev. 22:18. Notice the words “this prophecy”, that does not mean the entire Bible, it means “this prophecy”. Of all the books in the Bible, the book of Revelation suffers from the WORST INTERPRETATIONs, with so many not believing what it says and trying to change what it says to mean something else. It’s no wonder God wrote Revelation 22:18!
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