The Book of Nathan the Prophet and the Book of Gad the Seer

The Book of Nathan the Prophet and the Book of Gad the Seer
Author: Ti Burtzloff
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 134
Release: 2015-03-12
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 150884125X

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Tied together now into One Book are The Book of Nathan The Prophet, and The Book of Gad The Seer. They are referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David's kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David's kingdom had pursued to overtake David's kingdom for three months long by the sword of it's enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizing Sod

Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 391
Release: 2015
Genre: Bible
ISBN: 9655558274

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The Acts of Nathan the Prophet

The Acts of Nathan the Prophet
Author: Nathan J. Isbell
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 620
Release: 2010-06
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 0982609213

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1 Chronicles 29:29 Now the acts of David the king, first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the seer, and in the book of Nathan the prophet, and in the book of Gad the seer, 2 Chronicles 9:29 Now the rest of the acts of Solomon, first and last, are they not written in the book of Nathan the prophet, and in the prophecy of Ahijah the Shilonite, and in the visions of Iddo the seer against Jeroboam the son of Nebat?http: //THEBOOKOFNATHANTHEPROPHET.com A Documented Lost Book of a Prophetic Bible

The Books of Samuel the Seer and Nathan the Prophet and Gad the Seer

The Books of Samuel the Seer  and Nathan the Prophet  and Gad the Seer
Author: Ti Burtzloff
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 128
Release: 2018-03-31
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1544821395

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1 Chronicles 29:29. Now the acts of David the king, first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the seer, and in the book of Nathan the prophet, and in the book of Gad the seer,

Ancient Book of Gad the Seer

Ancient Book of Gad the Seer
Author: Ken Johnson,Ken Johnson Th D
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 148
Release: 2016-10-27
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 153916487X

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Written by Gad, seer of King David, about 1000 BC, this book of prophecy is recommended reading by the Bible, but was never included in the Canon. It was thought to have been lost over three millennia ago. The books of Gad, Nathan, Ahijah, Shemaiah and Iddo are referred to as "The Lost Five." This long-lost book includes two revealing sermons given by King David. We have a prophecy that outlines the end times beginning with the Rapture, the seven-year tribulation and the establishment of Christ's millennial reign. More intriguing than that, it actually reveals who Mystery Babylon is and how it tries to destroy the Jews though a union with Islam, both groups having different replacement theology religions. There are also two discussions on how the Law of Moses views Gentiles. Do they keep the whole Law or not? This book is a real eye-opener for those who are interested in Bible prophecy and Messianic Judaism. Brought to you by Bible Facts Ministries, biblefacts.org

The Book of Nathan the Prophet Gad the Seer Jehu Shemaiah Iddo and Others

The Book of Nathan the Prophet  Gad the Seer  Jehu  Shemaiah  Iddo  and Others
Author: Ti Burtzloff
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 520
Release: 2015-12-30
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1522890114

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This book is a collection of significant key books: Prophets & Seers such as Nathan, Gad, Enoch / Shemaiah, Iddo & Jehu are chronicled in This Book. And at the end of this book, there is a complete interpretation of the meaning of Isaiah chapter 53

The Canon of Scripture

The Canon of Scripture
Author: F. F. Bruce
Publsiher: IVP Academic
Total Pages: 356
Release: 1988-11-28
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 083081258X

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Winner of two 1990 Christianity Today Awards: Readers' Choice (1st place; theology & doctrine) and Critics' Choice (1st place; theology & doctrine). A 1989 ECPA Gold Medallion Award winner! How did the books of the Bible come to be recognized as Holy Scripture? Who decided what shape the canon should take? What criteria influenced these decisions? After nearly nineteen centuries the canon of Scripture still remains an issue of debate. Protestants, Catholics and the Orthodox all have slightly differing collections of documents in their Bibles. Martin Luther, one of the early leaders of the Reformation, questioned the inclusion of the book of James in the canon. And many Christians today, while confessing the authority of all of Scripture, tend to rely on only a few books and particular themes while ignoring the rest. Scholars have raised many other questions as well. Research into second-century Gnostic texts have led some to argue that politics played a significant role in the formation of the Christian canon. Assessing the influence of ancient communities and a variety of disputes on the final shaping of the canon call for ongoing study. In this significant historical study, F. F. Bruce brings the wisdom of a lifetime of reflection and biblical interpretation to bear in answering the questions and clearing away the confusion surrounding the Christian canon of Scripture. Adept in both Old and New Testament studies, he brings a rare comprehensive perspective to his task. Though some issues have shifted since the original publication of this book, it still remains a significant landmark and touchstone for further studies.

The David Story A Translation with Commentary of 1 and 2 Samuel

The David Story  A Translation with Commentary of 1 and 2 Samuel
Author: Robert Alter
Publsiher: W. W. Norton & Company
Total Pages: 448
Release: 2009-10-21
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780393070255

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"A masterpiece of contemporary Bible translation and commentary."—Los Angeles Times Book Review, Best Books of 1999 Acclaimed for its masterful new translation and insightful commentary, The David Story is a fresh, vivid rendition of one of the great works in Western literature. Robert Alter's brilliant translation gives us David, the beautiful, musical hero who slays Goliath and, through his struggles with Saul, advances to the kingship of Israel. But this David is also fully human: an ambitious, calculating man who navigates his life's course with a flawed moral vision. The consequences for him, his family, and his nation are tragic and bloody. Historical personage and full-blooded imagining, David is the creation of a literary artist comparable to the Shakespeare of the history plays.