MISSING PIECES OF THE BIBLE Lost Books Fill-in the Blanks: Lost Books Fill-in the Blanks
Lulu.com, 2006 M08 1 - 108 pages
There are a lot of unanswered questions in the Bible like: Why was Adam created 'on the earth' and God later moved him to a special garden? Who are the 'sons of God' in Genesis Chapter Six who cohabited with women and produced 'giants' who were on the earth at various times past and will be again in the end times? Whatever happened to Enoch and the prophecy he wrote which the book of Jude speaks of? Who is the man with the writer's inkhorn in Ezekiel Chapter Nine? Who were the wise men in the Book of Matthew in the N.T. who presented Jesus with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh? Is the number 666 really the correct interpretation of the mark of the beast of Revelation? The Bible mentions these things but doesn't seem to provide any real answers, however, there are other writings - books which were lost but which answer these questions and more...
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CHAPTER TWO Taken
CHAPTER FOUR The Mark
CHAPTER FIVE Between Corruptibility
CHAPTER SIX Daughter of Paradise
CHAPTER SEVEN Gold Frankincense
CHAPTER EIGHT A Field A Pearl
CHAPTER NINE Ancient of Days
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