May 5, 2015 SnyderTalk: Daniel’s Prophecy

1--Intro Covering Israel and ME

“O magnify Yahweh with me, and let us exalt His Name together.” Psalm 34: 3


2--SnyderTalk Editorial 4


Daniel’s Prophecy

If prophecy interests you, especially End of Days prophecies, you will enjoy a new addition to SnyderTalk.

In the pages in the column on the right of each SnyderTalk post, you will find a study of the most important chapters of Daniel.

Simply scroll down until you see “PAGES” in the column on the right.  You will find Daniel’s prophecies in alphabetical order and then in numerical order by chapter once you get to Daniel.

Below, I have listed the pages in SnyderTalk concerning Daniel’s prophecy with hyperlinks:

All biblical prophecy is important, but Daniel’s prophecy stands out because the Messiah used it extensively to explain the End of Days.

Are we nearing the end?

I don’t know, but it looks to me as though it may be close.

What does “close” mean?

I don’t know that, either, but judging by the wickedness that I see in the world today, how rapidly wickedness is increasing, the rampant turning away from the truth by so many people across the globe, the fanatical belligerence of those who hate the truth, and the movement to demonize Israel and Jewish people, I think the end may be very close.

A key for me is the large number of people who call themselves Christians who are buying into perversity and trying to convince the rest of us that it’s okay.  Evil is no more okay or good now than it was when Yahweh destroyed all human life on the planet except Noah and his family with the flood and when Yahweh destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah.

Huge numbers of people who claim to be in Yahweh’s camp are betraying Him.  Those betraying Him are not in His camp no matter what they think.

One more thing: it’s an irrefutable fact that Israel and Jewish people are central to Bible prophecy.  They are targets right now, too.  That’s a sign as well.

I believe that Yahweh is using Israel and Jewish people to separate the sheep from the goats.  See “Christians and the End of Days”.

Whether the end is just around the corner or a long way off, understanding Daniel’s prophecy is crucial.  I hope you enjoy it.






13--Perspectives 2


Saeed Ahmed, Ed Lavandera and Joe Sutton: Garland shooting: 2 killed after they open fire at Mohammed cartoon event—Two men opened fire outside an event holding a cartoon contest of the Prophet Mohammed before they were shot dead by police in suburban Dallas Sunday night. While details about the gunmen, including their religion or their motive, weren’t immediately known, the shooting — as was the case in France in January and Denmark in February — targeted a facility where depictions of the revered Muslim prophet was being caricatured. And it quickly reignited the debate on free speech versus provocation. The keynote speaker at the event in Garland was right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who was placed on an al Qaeda hit list. And it was organized by the American Freedom Defense Initiative — considered an anti-Muslim group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups.

SnyderTalk Comment: What are we to make of this?  I don’t have THE answer, but I do have an observation.  Those among us who are waiting for the fight to come to the U.S. need to wait no longer.

I also have a question: do you understand why our Second Amendment rights are so important at this particular time?

Some will argue that the cartoon event in Dallas was a bad idea, that it was too provocative.  I will refrain from pretending that I know what the correct judgment is, but I will make two points.

First, Gideon’s neighbors thought that his destruction of the altar of Baal was a really bad idea, that it was too provocative.

Second, the International Holocaust Cartoon Competition that was sponsored by the Iranian newspaper Hamshahri in Tehran a few weeks ago to denounce “Western hypocrisy on freedom of speech” produced no violence.  Hamshahri is the most widely read daily newspaper in Tehran.  It is closely allied with the Iranian regime.

See “ISIS-linked Twitter accounts reportedly claim responsibility for Texas shooting”.

Uzay Bulut: U.S. Lets American Pastor Saeed Abedini Rot in Iran’s Prison— This week, on May 7, Saeed Abedini, an American pastor, will “celebrate” his 35th birthday behind bars in a prison for “violent offenders” in Iran, simply for being a Christian. He has already been held in two of Iran’s most brutal prisons — first in Evin, and now in Rajai-Shahr — for three years, out of an eight-year sentence. According to his official website, “On 28 July 2012, during a visit to Tehran to visit family and to finalize the board members for an orphanage he was building in Iran, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard detained Abedini, asserting that he must face criminal charges for his Christian faith.” In an interview with Gatestone Institute, Abedini’s wife, Naghmeh Abedini, said that her husband is still exposed to pressures and mistreatment both from the guards and also from different Islamic militant groups within the prison.

John Reed: Arab-Israel peace talks ‘dead’ because of Netanyahu, says Carter—Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations are a “dead issue” because Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unwilling to accept a Palestinian state, according to former US president Jimmy Carter. Mr Carter, speaking on a visit to Jerusalem, also said US influence in the region was waning and that European countries needed to play a bigger role in addressing the conflict, including by recognising Palestine. “I think the United States’ influence now in Jerusalem and Ramallah is at a very low ebb,” he said in an interview with the Financial Times and Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. “My belief and hope is that the European Union members would play a very strong and active role in promoting Palestinian rights and peace, and will take the leadership.”

SnyderTalk Comment: Intelligent people keep their mouths shut when they don’t know what they are talking about.  Thus, I am forced to conclude that Jimmy Carter is not an intelligent man.

Carter must not have read the Hamas and Palestinian charters.  If he has read them, he didn’t comprehend the words he was reading.

While he was president, many in Washington believed that Carter lacked mental acuity.  Now, we know they were right.

Carter’s advanced age is revealing the real man.  He would be well-advised to stick to peanut farming.  That’s a noble profession and it keeps him out of the limelight.

The Economist: Peaceful or belligerent?—TO HEAR Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, tell it, the nuclear deal with the world’s powers that he is trying to conclude next month is just the start of a wider process of regional co-operation to soothe the turbulence of the Middle East. As he put it in a recent op-ed in the New York Times: A regional dialogue could help promote understanding and interaction at the levels of government, the private sector and civil society, and lead to agreement on a broad spectrum of issues, including confidence- and security-building measures; combating terrorism, extremism and sectarianism; ensuring freedom of navigation and the free flow of oil and other resources; and protection of the environment. A regional dialogue could eventually include more formal nonaggression and security cooperation arrangements.” But if Iran is preparing to normalise relations with its Arab neighbours, and with the wider world, it has a strange way of showing it. It is menacing two of the world’s vital shipping lanes that run up either side of the Arabian peninsula, like carotid arteries of the world economy. The most overt pressure is being applied in the Strait of Hormuz at the entrance to the Gulf, where Iranian naval forces seized a passing container ship, MV Maersk Tigris, and forced it to divert to the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas on April 28th. Both Iran and Maersk, which charters the ship, say the affair is linked to a commercial dispute from 2005.

SnyderTalk Comment: Iranian leaders are belligerent.  In time, everyone will know the truth.  Right now, some people including President Obama and his administration are living in a make-believe world.

I hope that it’s make-believe, because the other possibilities are evil.

Deb Riechmann: Iranian Opposition Leader: Tehran Is Force Behind Extremism—Maryam Rajavi, president-elect of the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran, testifying before a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee via videoconference from France on Wednesday, said Tehran wants nuclear weapons to foster Islamic extremism. She warned against giving Iran too many concessions, saying it would embolden its leaders to be more aggressive in meddling in other nations. “None of the sanctions should be lifted before an agreement has been signed that effectively and definitively denies the mullahs the bomb,” Rajavi said. “Otherwise, the regime will spend billions of unfrozen assets to buy weapons, including advanced missiles from Russia.” “The ultimate solution to this problem is regime change,” she said.

Jonathan Ferziger: Netanyahu Seeks to Defuse Obama Spat with Action on Palestinians—Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to reset Israel’s relations with the White House. His decision to release hundreds of millions of dollars his government withheld from the Palestinians was a bid to lower the flames, a confidant said. Israel also agreed to give greater freedom of movement to Palestinians on its roads, enable a new West Bank city to receive its first residents and increase the flow of water to Gaza. “We would like to do what we can to remove the unnecessary hindrances in our relationship with the U.S.,” Zalman Shoval, an adviser to Netanyahu and former ambassador to the U.S., said in an interview. An Israeli government official confirmed that repairing relations was a factor in decisions concerning the Palestinians. “Neither side wants to have an open conflict, but Netanyahu will certainly continue to criticize the Iran talks and there isn’t much he can deliver on the actual peace process,” said Robbie Sabel, a former Israeli diplomat and professor of international law at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

John Bolton: Focus on North Korea to Stop Iran—Recent Chinese estimates that North Korea might already possess 20 nuclear warheads, and could double that in 2016 should have shattered our complacency about Pyongyang’s proliferation threat. North Korea’s sizeable nuclear arsenal imperils East Asia, but also the U.S. Its ballistic-missile program is rapidly nearing the capability of reaching our West Coast. And North Korea’s deep poverty gives it every incentive to sell virtually any weapons or technology to anyone with hard currency, including terrorists or other rogue states. Numerous reports have emerged of Iranian and North Korean scientists exchanging visits and potentially valuable information. What if Pyongyang is already hosting a deeply buried, extensive Iranian-enrichment program? What if some of the estimated 20 warheads are actually Iran’s property, having been manufactured and now stored far from Tehran to avoid detection? No Iran deal is acceptable until the North Korean connection is fully exposed and understood.

Khaled Abu Toameh: World Turns a Blind Eye to Palestinians If Israel Is Not Involved—Western journalists regularly focus on the “plight” of Palestinians, but often turn a blind eye to the daily killings of Palestinians in Syria and the fact that Palestinians living in Lebanon and other Arab countries are subjected to apartheid and discriminatory laws. A report said that 83 Palestinians died of torture in Syrian prisons during March this year. Similarly, the international media ignores the “plight” of Palestinians living under Palestinian Authority (PA) rule in the West Bank and Hamas rule in Gaza. Last week, the Palestinian General Intelligence Service arrested Khalil Afaneh for “slandering” Yasser Arafat on his Facebook page. On April 25, the PA arrested journalist Ahmed Abu Elhaija of Jenin as he was on his way to attend a conference in Jordan involving Palestinian journalists and bloggers. Jihad Salim was arrested by Palestinian security officers shortly after the Hamas-affiliated Islamic Bloc, of which he is a member, won the student council election at Bir Zeit University. The situation in Gaza is not much different. The continued obsession of the media with Israel allows the Arab countries, as well as the PA and Hamas, to proceed with their systematic violations of human rights and freedom of speech.

Steven Rosen: Picking another fight with Israel— The concessions that President Obama is making to Iran have alarmed not just the right in Israel but also the left, and forced pro-Israel Democrats to choose between loyalty to the President and steadfast support for the Jewish state. Even former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has cautioned that “we need to all work together to return the special U.S.-Israel relationship to constructive footing, to get back to basic shared concerns and interests.” But the President apparently intends to go in another direction, to open a second conflict with Israel over its vital interests. According to Bloomberg News, “The administration has signaled that it might abandon the decades-long U.S. policy of protecting Israel at the UN and back a [French] Security Council resolution laying out terms for a two-state solution …Robert Malley, the Middle East director for President Barack Obama’s National Security Council, told at least one European nation” that the Administration may support a resolution “defining the parameters for a Mideast peace agreement, according to a report on the conversation to superiors by a Washington-based European diplomat…viewed by Bloomberg News.”

Shlomi Eldar: Israeli Arab Receives Messages of Peace from Across the Arab World—M. is an Israeli Arab Muslim who served in the IDF. Last year, he came across a series of billboards sponsored by the Balad Party as part of its campaign against the recruitment of Israeli Arabs into the IDF, and decided to fight back. He decided to respond on Facebook, and made a page called “Tzahal bistaha” [“The IDF is worth it”]. “But instead of getting responses from the young Arabs to whom I was directing my personal campaign,” M. said, “I started to get photos and texts from young people around the Arab world. My jaw dropped.” Lots of photos and video clips were sent in from Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan and other countries with messages of peace and love. One young woman from Saudi Arabia filmed a message for the people of Israel: “I know it is surprising that a Saudi Arabian citizen sends a message to the people of Israel….I hope the Arabs will be sensible like me and recognize the fact that Israel also has rights to the lands of Palestine.” One Egyptian police officer wrote, “We love, love, love Israel and its army.” He even added a picture of a heart with a Star of David in the middle of it. A young man from Iraq sent a video with the message: “True, we are two countries that do not have friendly relations, but that doesn’t matter. I believe that the number of people who support Israel here will grow consistently.” “After I got the video from Baghdad, I asked the person who sent me the clip what it was that caused him to express support for Israel,” M. said. “He responded…’There are a lot of young people here who think like me. Everything that is happening to us here in Iraq – the killings, the terrorism, the veritable bloodbath – showed us that Israel has nothing to do with it.'”

Eric R. Mandel: Why America Needs Israel— For years, Israeli and American interests have been virtually identical: stopping the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in the Muslim world, fighting Iranian hegemonic ambitions and opposing state sponsorship of terror. With the American withdrawal from many theaters of operation in the Middle East, Israel’s vital strategic location and human intelligence have become indispensable for U.S. security. According to the Washington Free Beacon, Israel “is providing significant intelligence support in the U.S.-led campaign against…ISIS. Israeli satellites overfly the battle area at angles and frequencies unavailable to American satellites.” Because of repeated wars of self-defense, Israel has unfortunately become a test track for American munitions and treatment of wounded in combat. America’s armed services have utilized this battlefield experience that has saved our soldiers’ lives, while increasing the chance of success of future American military missions. American anti-missile defense is greatly enhanced by the Israeli experience. According to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, “Israel’s military research and development complex has pioneered many cutting-edge technologies that are transforming the face of modern war, including cyber weapons, unmanned vehicles (land robots and aerial drones, sensors and electronic warfare systems), and advanced defenses for military vehicles.” At home, our homeland security and counter-terrorism efforts would be dramatically weaker in strategy and effectiveness if we did not have the Israeli experience and know-how. Moreover, the threats to American interests in the Middle East would be exponentially greater if Israel hadn’t destroyed the Iraqi and Syrian nuclear reactors. Imagine Islamic State today with captured nuclear material. The Israeli defense and political leadership unanimously show a profound appreciation of America’s generosity in supplying military aid. But it is not a one-way street. Most of the military aid allocated to Israel is spent in the U.S., creating nearly 70,000 jobs in America.

SnyderTalk Comment: “Why the World Needs Israel” would have been a better title for this article.  As I have said many times, Yahweh is using both Israel (the country and the people) and Jewish people to divide the world into sheep and goats.

If you are unfamiliar with that notion, watch my YouTube video “Christians and the End of Days”.

Evelyn Gordon: Israel No Longer Arab World’s Major Problem—The ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey 2015, conducted annually by the Dubai-based public relations firm, polled 3,500 Arabs aged 18 to 24 from 16 Arab countries in face-to-face interviews, asking, “What do you believe is the biggest obstacle facing the Middle East?” Defying a long tradition of blaming all the Arab world’s problems on Israel, only 23% cited the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as the region’s main obstacle. In fact, the conflict came in fourth, trailing ISIS (37%), terrorism (32%) and unemployment (29%). In 2012, the figure was 27%.

Colum Lynch: White House to U.N.: First Iran, Then Mideast Peace— The United States has been privately leaning on France and other allies to hold off on pushing a measure at the U.N. Security Council that is designed to force movement on the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process at least until negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program have concluded, diplomats told Foreign Policy. The American pitch for a delay, which has not previously been reported, comes just weeks after French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius announced that he would push in a matter of “weeks” for a new U.N. “parameters” resolution that would set a fixed timetable for negotiating a political settlement to the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. But U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has appealed to his French counterpart to put the decision off until at least after the deadline for Iran talks wraps up at the end of June, or possibly even later, after the administration has secured congressional support for the deal, according to diplomatic sources.

Samuel Westrop: Counter-Extremism and the 2015 British Elections— On May 7, the British electorate will go to the polls in the 2015 general election. Voters will elect their local members of parliament. It seems voters may not, however, be able to choose their next government. As in 2010, current polling data suggests a hung parliament, in which no political party can achieve an outright majority. Governance requires the confidence of the House of Commons. Of the 650 parliamentary seats, then, a ruling coalition requires the backing of at least 326 MPs. For the past five years, Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservative Party has retained the confidence of the House through a reasonably successful and stable coalition with the Liberal Democrats.

Denis MacEoin: The Erosion of Free Speech— “If PEN as a free speech organization can’t defend and celebrate people who have been murdered for drawing pictures, then frankly the organization is not worth the name.” — Salman Rushdie, former President of PEN. Today, a genuine fear of retribution for a “blasphemous” statement has subdued the will to stand up for one’s own beliefs, values and the right to speak out. This fear has made most of the West submissive, just as Islam — in both its name [Islam means “submission”] and declarations — openly wants. This time, the condemnation had not come in a fatwa from Iran’s Supreme leader, but from a Western academic. If we do not reverse this trend, censorship, blasphemy laws, and all the other encumbrances of totalitarians, will return to our lives. The bullies will win. If Geert Wilders and others are being accused of hate speech, then why isn’t the Koran — with its calls for smiting necks and killing infidels — also being accused of hate speech? The mere criticism of a religious belief shared by many people mainly in the Third World has been linked, with no justification, to their genuine prejudice against the inhabitants of the developed world.

AP: Kerry tries to calm Israel—Secretary of State John Kerry sought to pacify Israeli worries over an emerging nuclear deal with Iran in an interview aired Sunday, dismissing some concerns as brought on by “hysteria” over the possible agreement. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been one of the harshest critics the U.S.-led framework deal with the Islamic Republic, which offers it sanctions relief in exchange for scaling back its contested nuclear program.

SnyderTalk Comment: Are Obama and Kerry resigning?  If they cared about calming Israel, that would be a good first step.






9--Jerusalem Post


‘That’s my son’—Israeli Arab who joined ISIS posts shocking photo from Syria

Riot engulfs Rabin Square as anti-police brutality protest spins out of control

Senator says obstacles to Iran oversight can be overcome

Search team finds body of missing Israeli trekker Or Asraf in Nepal

Philippine rebels kill most wanted Islamist militant in country

Netanyahu rejected Kerry proposal to visit Israel after election win, report says

Why are Germans so quick to remove Israeli flags?

Netanyahu, Kerry spar over whether Iran nuclear deal good for Israel

Police arrest head of Jerusalem women’s seminary, question 6 suspects

Instructor calls for freedom to ‘express anti-Semitism’ on campus

Merkel says ‘unfathomable horrors’ of Nazi camps will never be forgotten



10--Arutz Sheva


Netanyahu Reportedly Told Kerry: Don’t Visit Now

SnyderTalk Comment: Good for Netanyahu.  Obama and Kerry think that their feet don’t stink.  They need to learn the truth.

Two Terrorists Arrested When They Try to Stab Soldiers

Search Party: Or Assraf Died In Fall from Cliff

Ben-Dahan: Religious Ministry Isn’t Just a ‘Job’

Record Car Imports Show Strength of Economy

New Possible Jewish Home Demand: Outpost Law

Weapons Cache Exposed Near Hevron

Israelis Feel Secure, But Don’t Trust Police

Honenu: Detctive Destroyed Evidence in Case 

Merkel: World Must Never Ignore Anti-Semites

Report: Objects Belonging to Or Assraf Found

Robbie Williams: I Want to Come Back to Israel 

Carter: Netanyahu is Not Committed to Peace








Critics of Iran deal are guilty of ‘hysteria,’ Kerry tells Israeli TV

SnyderTalk Comment: Some argue that supporters of the Iran deal are guilty of treachery.  That may be true, but there is no doubt that they are guilty of stupidity.

Biden: Critics of Iran nuclear deal ‘don’t get it’

SnyderTalk Comment: I’ll cut to the chase.  Joe Biden is a moron.

‘Not too late’ to thwart bad nuclear deal, Netanyahu says

Congressmen call for sanctions against Russia

Iran, Yemen share common security, says Iranian official

SnyderTalk Comment: I’ll say this for Iranian officials: they have no shame.

Carter says Hamas leader committed to peace, Netanyahu not

SnyderTalk Comment: Carter doesn’t learn.

Washington seeks ‘genuine’ Israeli commitment to 2 states

SnyderTalk Comment: Hamas doesn’t support the two-state solution, and Fatah doesn’t support it.

Somebody needs to tell Carter and Obama and Kerry.

If they knew, would it change their opinion? I doubt it.

On GOP campaign trail, fear over Iran and loathing for Obama

‘Just not in my backyard’ for planned Dutch Holocaust memorial

After violent protest, Ethiopian demonstrators warn it’s ‘just the beginning’

Jeb Bush: Islam hijacked by ‘barbarians’

Tracking illegal Arab construction, one EU-funded house at a time



12a--Other News


Officials: Arab Coalition ‘Reconnaissance’ Troops in Yemen

Stephen Harper visits Kuwait, talks to troops fighting ISIS

Authorities are stopping Australians headed to the middle east to fight as jihadis at a rate of one a DAY… as government announces new funding to fight radicalisation

Report: 5 months after infection, man spreads Ebola via sex

SnyderTalk Comment: A few days ago at the White House Correspondents Dinner, President Obama mocked people who criticized him for bringing Ebola victims to the U.S. for treatment.  I am one of those people.

My criticism was and is valid.  This article proves my point.  We don’t know enough about Ebola, how to prevent it, and its growth pattern to expose our citizens to it.

Obama behaves like a fool.  He’s often wrong but never in doubt.

Congressional Committee Approves Aid to Israel for Tunnel Detection

Hizbullah Seeking to Recruit Druze for Golan Heights Front 

Israel Lets 14,000 Tons of Building Material into Gaza

New Technique Keeps Veggies Fresh for a Month

Lancet Medical Journal under Attack for “Extremist Hate Propaganda” over Coverage of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

For IDF Mission in Nepal, Nothing Is Impossible

ISIS Bombs Assyrian, Armenian Churches in Syria

Hamas Says Palestinian Authority Afraid of Elections Because They Know They Will Lose

SnyderTalk Comment: This proves the point that Palestinians don’t want peace.  Nothing has changed.

Saudi Arabia ‘oversees deployment of ground troops in Yemen’

Global Jewish immigration to Israel jumps 40% this year

Freed Nigerian Women Tell of Boko Haram Horror








Opposition Leader: Iran Is “Godfather” of IS Jihadists 



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4--Scripture of the Day Yahweh

Exodus 8

30 So Moses went out from Pharaoh and made supplication to Yahweh. 31 Yahweh did as Moses asked, and removed the swarms of flies from Pharaoh, from his servants and from his people; not one remained. 32 But Pharaoh hardened his heart this time also, and he did not let the people go.

SnyderTalk Comment: Read His Name is Yahweh.


5--HNIY Print form

His Name is Yahweh explains why the Name of God, Yahweh, is so important.  It’s available in eBook format and in paperback.  It’s also available for free in PDF format.

  • God also said to Moses, “Say to the Israelites, ‘Yahweh, the God of your fathers—the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob—has sent me to you.’ This [Yahweh] is my name forever, the name by which I am to be remembered from generation to generation.” (Exodus 3: 15)
  • “Therefore behold, I am going to make them know—this time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My name is Yahweh.” (Jeremiah 16: 21)
  • “Behold, the days are coming,” declares Yahweh, “when I will raise up for David a righteous Branch; and He will reign as king and act wisely and do justice and righteousness in the land. In His days Judah will be saved, and Israel will dwell securely; and this is His name by which He will be called, ‘Yahweh our righteousness.’” (Jeremiah 23: 5-6)
  • Yeshua said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, before Abraham was born, I am.” (John 8: 58)


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14--Blessings from Revelation 2

Blessings in the Book of Revelation is a book that you need to read, especially now.  There are blessings throughout the Scriptures but Revelation is the only book in the Bible actually containing a specific blessing for reading it. It’s repeated twice, once at the beginning and again at the end. This is the reason that I believe Revelation should be the first step toward studying biblical prophecy. Though not easy to do, Revelation can be broken down and understood by anyone, not just the academic elite. So, Revelation’s blessings are for everyone.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.


Other Books by Neil Snyder

  • Stand! is a suspense novel that exposes the lies, corruption, and greed underlying the theory that man-made CO2 emissions are responsible for global warming. Professor Wes Carlyle and Karen Sterling, his research collaborator, carefully scan the audience for their would-be attacker—a member of the enviro-gestapo who has been following them for days.  Wes spots his man in the back of the room leaning against the wall.  Suddenly, another man in the audience steps forward and moves toward Karen at a menacing pace.  With a vicious stroke, he swings a billy club at her head.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.
  • What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life? deals with a question that every Christian has to consider: what should I do with my life? Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.
  • Falsely Accused is a true story about a young woman who was accused of committing a double homicide. It’s about a travesty of justice, and it reveals Yahweh intervening in the life of a believer to rescue her from danger in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.  Everyone will enjoy the book, but young people in particular need to read it because the mistakes made that led to the problem could have been avoided.  They were the kinds of mistakes that young people are prone to make.  As they say, forewarned is forearmed.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.

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