Charyl Craddock’s newly released “Not Your Grandmother’s Book of Revelation” is an enlightening read over the many misconceptions on the Book of Revelation

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“Not Your Grandmother’s Book of Revelation: Using Scripture to Explain the Book of Revelation” from Christian Faith Publishing author Charyl Craddock is a profound creation that reveals the truths behind the book of Revelation by presenting the events in the order at which they were shown to John.

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“Not Your Grandmother’s Book of Revelation: Using Scripture to Explain the Book of Revelation”: a brilliant manuscript that discusses the book of Revelation in detail using scriptural representation and focuses on the misinterpretations that have been believed by many. “Not Your Grandmother’s Book of Revelation: Using Scripture to Explain the Book of Revelation” is the creation of published author Charyl Craddock, a writer who has the rare talent of combining intelligence and common sense. Her experience ranges from a waitress to Bookkeeper, to sewing machine operator in a jeans factory, to Distribution Manager and Production Control for a children’s clothing manufacturer. She then was a part of management at first a graphite manufacturer and then a factory making rebar for construction concrete. Right after, she became a teacher.

Craddock shares, “Unlike most other commentaries on the Book of Revelation, Not Your Grandmother’s Book of Revelation presents Scripture to dispel the many misinterpretations that have been perpetuated for the last one hundred years. Many of those misinterpretations have a foundation from the book Dispensational Truths by Baptist Pastor and Biblical scholar Charles Larkin, which was published in 1918. In addition to the influence of Mr. Larkin’s book, many misinterpretations result from the false belief that the Book of Revelation is written in chronological order and that all of the events shown to John will occur during the final seven years, Daniel’s seventieth week.

“In this book, Scripture is presented that positively establishes that the Revelation of Christ as recorded by John is written in the order that the events were shown to John, not chronologically; that the events of the vision, ‘the events that shall be hereafter’ (Revelation 1:19), began occurring during the second and third century after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ; that the first three and a half years after the signing of the peace agreement between Israel and ‘many’ will be a peaceful time during which Israel will build the third Temple; the final three and a half years, the Great Tribulation, is the pouring out of the wrath of Satan, not the wrath of God; and that Jesus told the apostles that the First Resurrection, the ‘Rapture’ does not occur until ‘immediately after the tribulation’ (Matthew 24:29).

“It will be shown that America is in the Book of Revelation. A detailed description of the Antichrist, False Prophet, one-world government ‘Beast,’ and ‘mark of the Beast’ are presented, as is a synopsis of all chapters and the prophecies of Daniel. Finally, a timeline of the events of the vision is presented.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Charyl Craddock’s new book is a great commentary that is written in a simple and understandable way, completely backed up by Scripture, for readers to get a tight grasp on what is happening and what is yet to happen in God’s plans.

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