No other passages in scripture have been more talked about in end-time Bible prophecy than those dealing with the mark of the Beast. Revelation 13:18 adds to the horror by posing the Bible's most mysterious riddle. It states: "Here is wisdom, let him who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man: his number is 666." In this Magi Report, the riddle is decoded and examined phrase by phrase.
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The Seat of The Antichrist: Bible Prophecy and The European Union identifies the European Union as the final world empire and explains what the Scriptures predict about the end times including the meaning behind the mysterious figurative language used by the Prophets.
"Another great book by Erika Grey"
No book in the Bible is more frightening than the Revelation. The entire book is devoted to the end of the world detailing God's judgments unleashed onto the earth plague by plague. Revelation is the last book of the Bible and is a prophetic book. It forecasts the apocalypse, which means the final destruction of the world with events of catastrophic scale. Part of the Earth's judgments happen through a world dictator Bible Scholars refer to as the Antichrist.
The Antichrist of Revelation provides the answers, exposes the myths and reveals the most complete depiction of the Antichrist found in any volume. Written by author and prophecy expert Erika Grey, Erika focuses on current affairs, the EU and its relation to Bible Prophecy and issues that affect individuals living in these end times.
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Free from Captivity provides a Biblical guide to overcome addiction. While the book devotes several chapters to alcohol and drugs, it takes into account all addictions. Ms. Grey herself is free from alcohol 26+ years, and ended tobacco and other vices throughout her Christian walk. She also dealt with addiction among her family members. She brings to you her experiences and the Biblical secrets to her success to overcoming addiction.
"Very good book on addiction"
On May 27, 1969 in the sleepy power town of New Canaan, Connecticut, ten-year-old Mary Mount, the daughter of an IBM research scientist was abducted and murdered. Several persons including serial killers became suspects. A year and a half after Mary's abduction and murder, John Rice, a 17-year-old honor student and Boy Scout in New Canaan, brutally murdered four members of his family. Rice became another suspect in Mary Mount's murder.
"The author should have quit while she was ahead"