I know what it is to be stoned, jeered at, ridiculed, and preached against. I understand what it must have been like in the Old Testament of the Bible to be a prophetic voice or to claim to be one.
So much of today’s prophetic voice is cushioned to satisfy theology and traditional beliefs. When one speaks as I do, it can be easy to discard these beliefs and just move on, for “no one knows the hour or the day.”
This book I have written is meant to try and urge the unbeliever to examine the Scriptures and also to make all aware that it could be later than you think. This book will quote Scripture and give you proven facts that are a result of NASA studies and time supplemented by revelation. My book is not intended to cause fear but to create hope—the hope that Christ will not fail us and that the world is not coming to an end but that we will just be moving into the millennium or one thousand years in paradise with the Lord.
The question is whether you know where you would spend eternity if you die tonight. All that I am saying is that it could be closer than you think!
This all came to me by revelation, and it is all factual detail supplied mostly by NASA research of time and the universe’s alignment. Please don’t miss the opportunity to see the perfection and completion of time. God is!
“For the kingdom of God is not a matter of talk but of power.”
(1 Corinthians 4:20)
The Bible is clear that in the preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom we must have more than beautiful words and well-built sermons. In the realm of the Kingdom of God, it is normal for sickness to vanish, for demons to flee, and for breakthroughs to take place. This is available for you!
Manifesting Kingdom Power is written to inspire a generation to follow after the authentic and supernatural Biblical Gospel. The Biblical foundation for the supernatural and real-life testimonies of what the Lord has done in different nations will stir your faith for more. You will learn:
- To biblically understand the importance of miracles in the proclamation of the Gospel.
- To walk in your identity and authority given by Christ.
- What it truly means to walk in prophetic power.
- To develop a Biblical basis for manifestations and the supernatural.
- To discern between the voice of God and lying spirits.
- About the realm of God’s glory and greater works & much more.
“…prepare to receive the impartation that’s available within these pages.”
Joshua Mills, Keynote conference speaker, recording artist & best-selling author, 31 Days to a Miracle Mindset
“…you will be catapulted into new levels of Kingdom Power!”
Hank Yonce, Senior Pastor at Vivid Life Church in Deland, FL
“This book brings biblical truth to many controversial topics.”
Raquel Appa Falcao, M.D – Richmond, VA
In life, how we begin and continue is important. But ultimately, it is how we finish that really matters. Some of us have begun well. Some of us have continued well. But how will we finish? Will we finish well, or will we finish badly?
“This book highlights the fact that biographical study is highly profitable for leadership insights. David Wong writes well, using apt illustrations, appropriately using humor, sharing his personal experiences, and identifying insightful leadership principles.
“He does so while examining thirteen biblical characters, deriving both positive and negative observations from incidents in their lives. The overarching theme involves the concept of finishing well—chapters in a life and/or the entire life.
“I recommend this book as a highly valuable leadership book.”
—Professor J. Robert “Bobby” Clinton, Professor of Leadership, Fuller Theological Seminary
This book is about a day in the life of two lonely people meeting for the very first time. Through a sequence of events they agree to share an abbreviated version of their life testimony for the duration of their flight from Los Angeles to London—they are simply drawn to each other. They are amazed at how similar their stories are and how God has worked so wonderfully in each of their lives. They learn that however difficult their lives were God gave them the strength to endure and sent others to help them through things. They realize that it is their responsibility to likewise be available to God to be used to guide and assist others through their lives as well. Life is an opportunity to learn and make appropriate choices as to whom we choose to imitate and learn from. God is in places we least expect him to be, just as Robert Johnson realized halfway through the flight.
The thing that takes these two by surprise is love, a feeling that the emptiness in their lives is being filled. Both immediately shrug it off as fatigue and jet lag, but know in their hearts it is something more. How will they be able to just say goodbye at the end of the flight?
God’s voice whispers through the words of the prophet, Isaiah, “I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come.”
Isaiah 46:10 NIV
When warning his disciples about heaven and earth passing away, Jesus said, “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father. Be on guard! Be alert! You do not know when that time will come.” Mark 13:32-33 NIV
Are we to believe that God makes known the end from the beginning? Or, should we believe that the day and the hour are unknowable?
In truth, these seemingly contradictory verses in Scripture are equally believable when time is viewed on two different clocks. To date, however, humankind has relied solely on the 24-hour clock that secured residence within the human mind more than 8,000 years ago. Humanity’s one-clock perspective of time is entirely useless in determining spiritual beginnings and endings. Yet, a different perspective emerges from the text of Genesis 1 which does, in fact, make known the end from the beginning.
The Clock, revealed within the pages of this book, will help the human spirit develop a healthy theology of time—and not a moment too soon! Through the lens of light, color, and image, The Clock’s colorful face revisits the past, identifies the present, and makes known the future while orienting the human mind on its journey through time.
If Jews and Christians desire additional insight into our shared spiritual beginnings, we must discover The Clock in Genesis 1 and embrace a two-clock perspective of time. Once aware of a second timekeeping option, the mystery surrounding many end-times scenarios will be removed—enabling us to travel together with confidence into our projected future.
It’s time to understand the times!
Mother with Child
This book is written for all Parents expecting their miraculous Gift from God. Each little one is a uniquely precious inspiration of God’s love that has taken form in flesh - with a soul – perfectly formed by God. That soul is the mark of the Creator and our connection to the Blessed Trinity. Your Baby is not just a Gift to hold and nurture; this little one is - and holds - the spark of God within. This child has a soul that will live forever – an eternal connection to God!
The goal of this book is to inspire Parents to grow in faith, hope, and love as they await the birth of their child. Through Holy Scripture, God builds us up in what we need. All parents need to be encouraged, strengthened, and equipped so as to impart these treasures of truth and wisdom to their children. Then each generation will grow deeper in faith, character, and in God’s virtues.
The intent and design of the book is to reach two audiences: To encourage those that recognize the Gift of Life that they have been given, to grow deeper in God’s wisdom so as to impart His knowledge to the next generation. In addition, this book was equally written for those that may feel lost, where life seems to just be a whirl of confusion and despair. Hope still pervades, and God always inspires us to seek His Truth. Both situations must be addressed, since the same Lord made all of us and He loves each one of us. God always has the perfect solution to repair and to build us UP. “Do all in love,” I Corinthians 16:14.
“This unique and inspirational book provides Scriptural encouragement to mothers during their nine months of pregnancy. At a time when a woman really needs encouragement, the Mother with Child book provides unparalleled support. This perfect gift for an expectant mother cannot be highly recommended enough.” Steve Wood, Family Life Center International Host of EWTN’s Carpenter’s Shop
Within this book, the author has clearly shown examples of the outpourings of The Holy Spirit. The information inside will show some—and remind others—that God is everlasting. He hears your prayer, and He sees who you truly are as you are going through your life.
This reading experience is for those who need to revisit some of the basics regarding God’s principles or to seek clarification. Inside, you will even find information related to profound questions, concerns, and situations you may have pondered in your own mind for years.
A Journey with God through the Holy Spirit may be just what you need to help you move forward in your walk with God.
It’s in here—access to information and specific wording for those who have been scared, tired, or in need of reassurances from God.
Don’t Take It Personally was written in hopes of having readers take a deeper look into areas where blessings may be hidden. In our lives there are occurrences that we may take for granted. The Lord sends us opportunities to grow and to be blessed. Blessings do not always come in packages that are obvious. They are often in new places we visit or new people we meet. Sometimes we walk away from someone or something that God was attempting to use to bring us closer to Him. It is imperative to look beyond our immediate comfort zones. We should also search for things that are within us or near us. We should keep our hearts open to the Lord and keep our hearts open to His promptings; He will never steer us wrongly. We understand that when God closes one door, He opens another. God also moves and removes. He prompts us to update our lives as He sees fit. God can use benign meetings with other people to give us information. There are never any accidents when we move from one place to the next. Everywhere He places us represents new challenges. The Bible was written by people who are similar to people of today. The Lord moved them from one place to another to fulfill His will.