All Things New

Understanding the Book of Revelation

by Tim Snider



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/5/2011

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 352
ISBN : 9781449725341
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 352
ISBN : 9781449725334
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 354
ISBN : 9781449725327

About the Book

All Things New is not just another book on Bible prophecy. Are we the terminal generation? Are we the generation of mankind that will see the fulfillment of its prophecies? This book answers those questions. The book of Revelation needs to be engaged, more now than in any era of human history. However, many recent books on the subject of Revelation take a much too scholarly approach to a book that was written to be understood by the common man.

All Things New is a verse-by-verse commentary/guide for the Christian or non-Christian reader who may simply want to know what the book of Revelation is all about and what its significance is for us today. Included are definitions of the basic terms related to the Church and Christianity that a non-believer might not understand but are necessary for a clear, comprehensive understanding of Revelation. This book is not just about scary beasts, incomprehensible images, and mind-boggling catastrophes and judgments. It’s also a book of vindication for the people of God, a demonstration of God's eternal justice, and most importantly, a book of hope for a world that seems to have lost its way. There are storm clouds on the horizon, and a cold night of despair will follow, but the night is never so cold as just before the dawn.

May everyone who reads this book find joy, peace, and tranquil hope for the future in the person of Jesus Christ. A new day is coming, and a new world will dawn in which God will indeed make All Things New.

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About the Author

Growing up in a mostly conservative, farming and ranching community in the Bible Belt of north central Texas, has given this soft spoken, farm boy an appreciation for the simple things of life and a Christian world view.  Tim, who came to know Jesus at the age of nine, has spent the last fifty-one years on his own personal odyssey with Jesus and can attest first hand that following Him has not always been easy, but always rewarding.  Missionary work at home and abroad have shown him the plight of human beings who have no hope in this world.  Because of that, he has made it his life goal to provide clear, concise and down to earth teaching of God's Word so that all can come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. 
Tim has studied and taught the Bible, particularly prophecy, for over 25 years and at one time hosted his own radio program in the Dallas/Fort Worth area entitled "The Church, the Tribulation, and You" in which he taught Bible prophecy.  His down to earth, no nonsense approach to Bible teaching, sense of humor and his use of poignant illustrations turns his commentary on the Book of Revelation into an enjoyable and thought provoking odyssey.  Drawing upon his many years teaching Bible prophecy and his experiences, both within the Church and the business community, have given him particular insight into prophetic truths as they apply to the Church and to our world.  Tim has a pastor's heart and a sincere desire to bring understanding and the clear message of hope that the Book of Revelation wants to convey.  He has written this book with the layperson, Christian or non-Christian, in mind who may or may not have a background in the teachings of the Bible.  
Tim and his wife Renea, who is a school teacher, live in Mineral Wells, Texas, just a stone's throw (he likes to say), from the Brazos River in Palo Pinto County.  His adventurous spirit has taken him on two expeditionary efforts to the South Pole and to the continent of Africa to share the love of Christ.  He works in the aerospace industry and still finds time to read, study and teach a weekly adult Sunday School class at Indian Creek Baptist Church.  Tim loves his church and especially enjoys socials with his 60 to 80 year old Sunday School class members. He has three adult children and five grandchildren!  He enjoys, of course teaching, golf and fishing with his two sons (occasionally his oldest grandson), flying, traveling, fellowship with friends and family, and the sport of rodeo.