The Gospels Rise and Fall on Daniel

Note this in an excerpt from Son of Man: The Gospel of Daniel 7. When we carefully read the gospels and consider how Jesus taught in the gospels, it leads us to an incredible conclusion: the gospels as they are written rise and fall on Daniel 7.Daniel 7 was not the

An Incomplete Gospel

Note: this is an excerpt from the book It Must Be Finished. The return of Jesus is part of the gospel. If we only speak about Jesus’ first coming and never mention His second coming, our gospel message is incomplete. This does not mean, every time the gospel is preached, we must

The Divine Son of Man in the New Testament

This is an excerpt from the book Son of Man: The Gospel of Daniel 7. Daniel used the phrase “Most High” to identify the Son of Man as YHWH. Gabriel’s appearance to announce Jesus’ birth immediately connected Jesus to Daniel’s prophecies because Gabriel only appeared in Scripture to give Daniel

Something Far Greater Is Coming

Note: this is an excerpt from the book It Must Be Finished. In any good story, the great climax comes near the end. The story of redemption is the same.We need to recover a sense of anticipation, expectation, and awe at the way the story of redemption ends because this the

The Relationship Between Daniel and Joseph

What does Daniel have to do with Joseph? Both men are prototypes of a key end-time figure. They are incredibly similar and yet have a key difference. That difference gives us tremendous insight into the end times.

Son of Man: The Gospel of Daniel 7 Video Course

Son Man: The Gospel of Daniel 7 Video Course The Son of Man: The Gospel of Daniel 7 video course includes twelve sessions to help you better grasp how Jesus presented himself and discover what the Gospel of the Kingdom is. The course is designed to be used with the book Son of Man:

Rewards for Overcoming – Jesus’ Message to the Seven Churches of Revelation

In Revelation 2-3 Jesus gives seven specific messages to seven churches. In each of these messages He identifies specific challenges the church in each generation faces, encourages us to overcome these challenges, and offers us profound rewards for overcoming these challenges. Each of these messages is timeless and intended to prepare us to overcome and receive significant rewards from Jesus.

Why Have You Forsaken Me?

In the middle of the crucifixion, Jesus cries out “My God! Why have You forsaken Me?” It’s a staggering exclamation. Jesus endured the physical agony of the crucifixion, but something happened just before He died that caused Him to cry out. Understanding that cry helps us understand the crisis of the human situation.