Bible Prophecy Revealed

B1-Additional information & updates related to the contents of this book

On this page is information and links that will provide additional information related to the content of my book, Discoveries in Bible Prophecy, and updates.

Older updates are listed below by chapter, but all future updates starting with May 6th, are listed at the top.

LAST UPDATED: May 6, 2014:

In the new book by Mark Biltz, Blood Moons, he provides information that backs up my belief of when the 6th Seal was opened. He writes:

Many of you may remember the comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, which broke into pieces. This historic event took place from July 16 through July 22, 1994. Twenty-one fragments had catastrophic effects as they collided with Jupiter. It just so happens that weekend was also the weekend of the ninth of Av, and it was a shemittah [Sabbath] year! Not only that, the Torah portion for that weekend was Deuteronomy 1-6, which in Hebrew is called Devarim, which means “These are the words.” It is almost as if the Lord was saying, “Listen to Me: I am speaking to you about coming judgment.” (page 167)

Thanks for backing me up on this Mark!


Be sure to go down to chapter 4, (and 14) because there is a 1.5 page update that I have added to the ebook and am now adding to the print book. The book is now version 1.5,4 up from 1.3. 

NOTICE! There was a mistake in version 1.5. I added a couple of paragraphs to the section on the Four Blood moons, and put in the wrong date. It says, “The date to watch is 9/13/2015.” But it SHOULD HAVE SAID: “The date to watch is 9/28/2015.”


Chapter 3:


Four feet of hail. Notice the tops of the fence posts in the background.

Great destruction in the Philippines Nov. 2013:

Tornadoes in Illinois Nov. 2013 :

Euphrates River is Drying Up

35 volcanoes erupting around the world at the same time:

The December 2013 arctic blast that hit the U.S., but it also snowed on the Egyptian  pyramids; the first time in over 100 years.

Floods in Italy, December 2013

Some of the Natural Disasters of 2013 

Landslide in Mexico. December 28, 2013

Much of the U.S. set record cold and snow and ice in Dec. and early Jan. of 2014.

NBC News says eruption could be approaching in Canary Islands

Jan., 2014 It appears that more than 80% of California is in a severe drought:

Glendora fire burns north of Los Angeles, evacuations ordered

Several record setting winter storms hit the U.S. in Dec., Jan. and Feb. 2014.

Britain had the worst flooding in 250 years (mid Feb. 2014)

Here is a video of disaster news you have probably not heard about:


Chapter 4:

at the end of section 5, this has been added to versions 1.1:

The words “great tribulation” only appear in the Bible three times, once in Matthew 24, once in Rev. 2:22, and once here. In this book, I use the term in the classic sense, of several years of global suffering, but it is very possible that the term only refers to the 10 days between the Feast of Trumpets and the Day of Judgment, as mentioned previously. If so, it means that this group will go through those 10 days, which means they will miss the Rapture. Although the scene described appears to take place in heaven, unless you believe that Jesus will be ruling Earth from heaven after his return, then it is here on Earth.

Version 1.2 has the above paragraph.

A new section was added at the end of the chapter, 

(7) Additional Evidence

This section contains additional evidence to support my claim that not all Christians will go in the Rapture, but only the truly righteous. I added this three months after originally published, because I did not previously realize that other passages also support this idea.

In Matthew 25 Jesus gives us a parable of ten virgins, which is familiar to most Christians. In it, the cry goes out that the Bridegroom approaches, they all wakeup and five discover that their lamps had gone out. These are the Christians who have let their relationship with God grow cold, they are not ready for the Rapture at the start of the Great Tribulation.  The five foolish virgins go off to get oil while the five wise, who have plenty of oil for their lamps, travel with the Bridegroom through the night (the journey through the GT) to the wedding banquet, which is the Rapture at the end of the GT.

While the five wise are traveling with the Bridegroom, the five foolish virgins are able to get oil; which means they repent and get full of the Holy Spirit, and they also arrive at the wedding banquet and want to go in the Rapture, but they will not be allowed to take part in the Rapture. They must remain outside, in the world, which means they will be the ones who must remain alive on this earth so that the human race will continue.

The next passage is found in the letters to the seven churches. To the church at Sardis, Jesus said, “I know your deeds; you have a reputation of being alive, but you are dead” (Rev. 3:1). Jesus goes on to say that the majority of those at Sardis are not going in the Rapture. He did not say, unless they repent, they will not walk with him dressed in white, no. He said unless they repent they will be killed in the Wrath of God:

But if you do not wake up, I will come like a thief, and you will not know at what time I will come to you. (Rev. 3:3)

The symbolism of Christ coming as a thief refers directly to his coming to destroy the world at the Wrath of God that takes place shortly after the Rapture. So it is as if the judgment of all the seven churches here in Revelation, by Christ, takes place at the same time as the numbering of the 144,000. He appears to be saying that the people of Sardis have already been judged to miss the Rapture, and so they need to repent in order to survive the Wrath of God. The next verse proves it:

Yet you have a few people in Sardis who have not soiled their clothes. They will walk with me, dressed in white, for they are worthy. (Rev. 3:4)

Jesus here is saying that a few people at Sardis have been judged and found righteous, these righteous will walk with Christ dressed in white, which means they will go in the Rapture. So in this passage in Rev. 3, we have two groups of Christians; one group will be with Christ, dressed in white, the second group needs to repent or they will be killed when Christ comes in judgment. This is exactly what I have been teaching in this chapter.

There are probably other passages that also support my claim, but since I don’t have a photographic memory, I cannot just call up any passage and realize that it agrees.


Chapter 6:

It appears that the occurrences of meteor strikes on Earth have been increasing greatly since 2005. Here is some data:

The numbers of meteors being reported is up almost 600% since 2005 according to this website that tracks meteor reports from around the world:…

You can search the data for yourself on the left side of the site, going all the way back to 2005 for recorded information. The totals for each year look as follows:

463 Events found in 2005
517 Events found in 2006
588 Events found in 2007
726 Events found in 2008
694 Events found in 2009
951 Events found in 2010
1,628 Events found in 2011
2,220 Events found in 2012
[3,213 estimated events by end of 2013] (estimation my own)

The above was taken from, could this result in the meteors of the First Trumpet?


I should have put this next info into the book, it was just an oversight. Just below the first verses in chp. 6: section 7:

The Greek for “star” in the Gospels and Rev. is “aster” (792), and is the word from which we get “asteroid.” So this proves that this star is in fact an asteroid.

It is found in Version 1.2 and above.


Some photos taken by a helicopter pilot in Florida shows what appears to be fog or some strangely formed clouds taking on the shape of giant waves crashing against the buildings, like a tsunami. Notice the normal clouds in the sky, yet very different clouds of fog over the buildings.


This image over the Canadian mountain range, shows fog that moved like a wave of water on this video that the image was taken from.

Are these warnings from God? Virtually all people of times past would have believed so, but our modern “educated” people do not believe in much of anything except science and consumerism.

Here is an article about the coming tsunami caused by the Canary Island volcano:


2006megacities Click this map to enlarge.


Chapter 14: Matthew 24

At the top of page 218 I left out a very important word that changes what the sentences actually says. Here I will put the sentence and the added word in brackets:

There will [NOT] be great weather then suddenly nature gone wild at the start of the GT, . . .

You can see how the word was mistakenly left out.

Some people have tried to dispute my interpretation of Matthew 24:14 and 15. Verse 14 says the Gospel will be preached right to the end of the age. Then the next verse says, “So when you see standing in the holy place ‘the abomination that causes desolation,’ s” — this means that the abomination marks the end of the Gospel Age. Some people make the claim that there is a gab between the two verses, and that the start of verse 15 provides the gap. But they are using the KJV, which says, “When ye therefore shall see the abomination…” And they give a long elaborated meaning for “when” in the Greek. The literal translation by J.P. Green found with eSword says, “Then when you see the abomination of desolation…” The word “then” is a transition that is in the original Greek, and is therefore proof that the two verses are in fact connected, and that my interpretation is correct. So this proves that the abomination takes place immediately after, or at least very near, the Rapture, not after 3.5 years of tribulation, unless you believe in a midtrib Rapture. I provide other evidence that puts it at the end of the tribulation.



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