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      “Write in a book what you see, and send it,” (Jesus, Revelation 1:11).

      This is a compilation of observations on spiritual reality that I have made in my search to understand truth and the mysteries of life. It is my conviction that Jesus Christ is the ultimate teacher of truth and the Source or Prince of Life. Consequently much attention is given to understand this great God-Man and His mission as revealed to us in the Bible. I pray that God will grant to the reader, a spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of Him . . . that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened (Ephesians. 1:17, 18).

     Hopefully there will be those that will benefit from what I’ve written.

      Before I understood that Jesus Christ was/is the preeminent source of divine truth, I studied the major religions and philosophies of the world. My goal was to compile a system of beliefs that were based on truth. What I soon realized is that any religious belief, cultural philosophy, ethnic dogma, or historical record that are not rooted and grounded in truth will not endure. Such sources of “wisdom” are useless and worthless to pursue.

     Any collection of beliefs must agree with the two main witnesses of truth. These witnesses are nature and the history of man. They are available to all people no matter what culture they may come from or level of education they may have.

     On inspecting nature, the first witness of truth, it is quite evident that the magnitude and design in nature points to the existence of a great Creator. This Creator God is quite powerful and is the author of all life. Coupled with this knowledge is, God is love. Nature bears witness to a very loving and caring God. Who through much effort provides for the needs of even the smallest of His creatures. This is amplified over and over again through the tremendous witness of nature's majestic beauty continually unfolding around us. Louis Armstrong sings it like this:

                   “I see trees of green, red roses too

                   I see them bloom for me and you

                   And I think to myself, what a wonderful world”

                   (What a Wonderful World by George Weiss and Bob Thiele).

      The second main witness of truth, the history of man, says something else--it says something is wrong. This beautiful creation has been invaded by a spirit of evil which is set in opposition to the loving Creator and devoted to death and destruction.

      The purpose of this book is to provide a better understanding of God’s great love for us. In Jesus Christ, the Prince of Life, God is a Bridegroom looking to wed a bride. It is through the intensity of God’s fiery love being released as He comes for His bride that evil will be destroyed. The Prince of Life will swallow up death forever.

         The book is divided into two parts:

     Part One examines why God allows the presence of evil, as manifested through sin, death, and Hell, to exist in His creation. This spirit of evil will culminate in the antichrist's kingdom of death at the end of the age.

     Part Two, describes how the spirit of evil will be overcome when the antichrist’s kingdom is overthrown by Jesus Christ. This will take place as Christ enters into a bridal relationship with His church when He establishes His kingdom of life on the earth.

     The epilogue at the end of the book is a summary description of Jesus Christ the Prince of Life. It is followed by a brief addendum.


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