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The Magnitude of the Word

The Hidden Revelation

by John W Blake


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/28/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781449727529
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781449727512

About the Book

For centuries, people have asked what the Bible teaches about the end of the world.  John W. Blake created a work that allows factual signs of the Bible to form by themselves the direction and content of each subject, thus allowing the reader to see what the Bible itself teaches.

The Magnitude of the Word helps the reader to explore what the Bible says about the end of the world and their fate.  It identifies the Two Witnesses unequivocally.  In the Old and New Testament, Satan’s activities are exposed.  It also explains the reasons for the Great Tribulation, assures comfort for those within it and also describes the beast, its mark, and the Antichrist with the beast’s image.  The Day of the Lord is clarified by revealing not only the Second Coming of Christ but the thousand years’ wrath of God upon the lost, the Battle of Armageddon and the final judgment.  This  book also investigates biblical passages and scrutiny of Daniel’s symbolic seventieth week to help augment the range and tone of the information examined.


About the Author

John W. Blake was born September 17, 1925 in Manchester, New Hampshire, and  went to be with the Lord January 2, 2010. 

John became a Christian while serving in World War II.  Following his military service, John attended Gordon College in Massachusetts.  He also took classes from Luther Rice Seminary correspondence and Golden Gate Seminary Extension.

He pastored two circuits of three churches while in Maine from 1952 to 1964.   After traveling to Utah, he met and married Margaret Grace Ward on May 14, 1966.  They had two children and three grandchildren.  While in Utah, John started and pastored several churches.  John and his wife were appointed missionaries in 1974 to the Ute Indians through the North American Mission Board.  In 1983, John and his family relocated to Idaho, where he started new churches until his retirement in 1991.