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Several Books of the Bible are explained    Listen to .mp3 propecy podcasts.

Book of Colossians - The Apostle Paul exhorts the church at Colossea to live a righteous life for God.

Book of First John - The Apostle John addresses soul salvation and living a righteous and holy life.

Book of First Peter - The purpose for the letter was to encourage persecuted believers to hope in God's ultimate deliverance for those that are steadfast in their faithfulness to God.

Book of Second Peter - God calls Christians to spirtual growth and faithfulness as they watch for the Second Coming of Jesus.

Book of Habakkuk - Describes the persecution of Main Harvest Christians by Antichrist during the first half of the Tribulation. 

Book of Philippians - Paul encourages the Church at Philippi to continue in faithful living for God.

Book of Galatians - Paul explains that Christians should not be following the Mosaic Law, but to being faithful to Jesus by following Him.

Book of James - James describes in detail soul salvation and the command to perform righteous works for God.

Book of Jude - Jude warns Christians that adversaries to the Gospel will arise and to be prepared to remain faithful to Jesus, even when persecuted.

Book of Esther - The book of Esther is a picture for the rejection by Israel of the Kingdom of God and the granting of the Kingdom to the Church.

Book of Ruth - This is a prophetic interpretation of Ruth and explains that Ruth is a picture of the Christian that is very faithful to Christ.

Book of Romans Part One - Paul explains the gospel of God pertaining to salvation, which includes justification, sanctification and glorification. (Chp 1-8)

Book of Romans Part Two - Paul describes the election, rejection and restoration of Israel in the prophetic plan of God.  He also discusses how to keep your soul pure and holy by calling upon the name of The Lord. (Chp 9-11)

Book of Romans Part Three - Paul earnestly pleads for the Roman Christians to present their bodies as living sacrifices in order for them to be holy (i.e., sanctified) and acceptable to God. (Chp 12-16)

Book of Daniel Part One - Daniel interprets Nebuchadnezzar's dream of the four Kingdoms and of the great tree that symbolizes his kingdom and Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego refuse to worship the golden image built by Nebuchadnezzar.  Finally, Daniel is saved by God from death when thrown into the lion's den. (Chp 1-6)

Book of Daniel Part Two - Four great nations of the last days of the Church Age are examined including England, Russia, Egypt and the European Union.

Book of Daniel Part Three - This is Daniel's final vision.  God describes to him the kingdoms in control of the world leading up to the time of Jesus and He shows him glimpses into the Tribulation, including visions of the Antichrist.