Based on the author's vision of the Last Days and the coming of The Messiah, Endgame passionately expresses the reality of The Last Days as a rapidly closing window of time – and the inevitable end of the Kingdoms of Men. This book is not like other "End Times" books – it's explicit, timely and terrifyingly relevant! The book is a riveting revelation of what's happening right now on our televisions, in Jerusalem, in Israel, in the Ukraine, and the Soviet Union! We are actually seeing "The Endgame"!
The Endgame is the final moments of a chess match – a few moves, then Checkmate! Only one King will stand in the end. The author's vision of the Last Days is an Endgame between God and the Kingdoms of this World - 10 final moves of God in what is called "The Last Days". The book clearly reveals what is meant by The Last Days, and defines it as a small window of time, with a precise day of beginning and an ominous appointed day as its end. It further claims that we are not in the dark about this time, but that the teachings of Jesus and the prophets clearly disclose the precise days leading to the final Day of God's Judgment of the Nations. A total of Ten Distinct Moves of God take us through these dark and ominous days. Two moves have already taken place! And the third move is about to! – The War of Gog and Magog! Rapidly followed by the rebuilding of the Third Temple – "The Tribulation Temple". And it's all taking place, right now in the Middle East!
Drawing on 40 years of study of the Torah, The Prophets and final teachings Jesus, the author takes us through a riveting analysis of The Last Days – and all from a messianic Jewish perspective. Endgame argues that the Church has lost sight of its Jewish Roots and is often confused by a "gentile" understanding of events - not seeing the imminent Tribulation ahead – which the author discloses, "We will go through". Carefully connecting these teachings with the apocalyptic writings of the Prophets Daniel, Zachariah, Isaiah, the Book of Revelation and others, examined in their original, Hebrew context, the author/evangelist paints a vivid and compelling picture of the small window of time we have left and how we should respond.
Endgame is like a shofar blast, a warning to all who hear; but in the end, it also provides comfort, encouragement and instruction for the Church, the Jewish People and all who find themselves in The Last Days.