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Christian works by Rich Kelsey:

lamp (a light unto my path)

■  My Near Death Experience (Hell's gate experience)

■  My Born Again Experience  (blanket of love experience)

■  Through The Door and Into His Image  ◄ (edifying bible study)

■  The Mortgage of the Earth to Satan  ◄ (easy to read bible study)

■  The Feast Days — Now and Then

■  The Great Banquet and Beyond

■  Perspective on Trinitarian Terms  (the Trinity was not taught by the early Church)

■  Who is Jesus Christ? — A Biblical Case For The Real Jesus  (the Jesus from scripture)

■  Does Matthew 28:19 Prove the Trinity? (a biblical study about the name of Jesus)



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© by Rich Kelsey, all rights reserved. ISBN 1-57921-526-2 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2002115819

End-time e-book:

The Midnight Hour — Rich Kelsey


"I have never read or heard a better, more intellectually acceptable interpretation of the book of Revelation." — PREP Publishing, Judi Wu

"Kelsey uses the stories and images we do understand to lead us to a greater understanding of those Revelation concepts that typically elude us. His text draws you forward in search of more insights and answers, while at the same time you battle the urge to tarry and more fully absorb some truth just revealed. Kelsey is not afraid to examine and challenge the conventional wisdom on this subject.
Whether or not you agree with all his conclusions, this book does what every worthwhile book should do--forces you to weigh and evaluate not just his contentions, but your own long-held beliefs and come to some conclusions concerning the end times that you can both believe and understand well enough to defend." — The Christian Writers Institute, Sally Stuart


"Very close to the end of Revelation's time frame, between the 6th and 7th bowl judgments, these words of Jesus are included in the text:

'Behold, I come like a thief! Blessed is he who stays awake and keeps his clothes with him, so that he may not go naked and be shamefully exposed. Then they gathered the kings together to the place that in Hebrew is called Armageddon.' (Rev. 16:15-16 NIV)

A thief comes at a time when people are not expecting him.

Contrast the concept of people not expecting the return of Jesus Christ when, or shortly before he returns, with the belief that the illustrations within Revelation's pages are literal and we have a serious problem—How could Christ's coming be like a thief in the night if everyone just witnessed 1/3 of the trees burning up, all of earth's water turning to blood, and all the fish dying in the sea, etc.; those events, if literal, would be a great warning from heaven that Christ's return was at the door.

This is one more reason to look for figurative meaning to Revelation's narrative."

    — Understanding the Book of Revelation — Rich Kelsey