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This award winning book examines the biblical quest to obtain eternal life. It guides readers through the journey in a step by step progression, from ancient prophecies to their final fulfillment. The Message for the Last Days maps out God's intersection of our temporary condition to the eternal.

The future is revealed by understanding the past, where history and mystery ar
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Kindle Edition, 312 pages
Published February 2020 by K.J. Soze
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Grady
Jul 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
'Faith is a bridge from grace given to living by this gift - grace'

Author K.J. Soze, in his words is 'an independent publisher who provides Biblical research of complex topics such as the afterlife, then I boil it down into a summary with references so readers can save time with their Bible studies. The books I write cut across various Church and denomination lines to fine unity and clarity for those who hold differing beliefs.' Soze is not affiliated with any denomination or Church. What he off
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Blancmange
Jul 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Message For The Last Days isn’t one of those preachy religious books, but one that gives careful thought and consideration to the messages in the bible. I wasn’t sure if this would really be a book I would enjoy or not, but I’m really glad that I read it.

The author give us his interpretation of many philosophical points made in the bible, even answers questions would be another way to look at it. However he is not trying to persuade the reader to do this or that, it’s more like guidance so w
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Stephen R.
Aug 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Message for the Last Days is Christianity-based book. This is made clear by numerous quotes from the Bible. Its gives a future revelation on the progression of End-Time events. The book purports to reveal the true message in contrast to changes that have created a belief about these events.

Soze takes us step by step from where we began, where we are, and up to the end days description in a logical manner through Biblical prophecies that are based on extensive research. You will learn how co
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Banana Twins
Aug 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I should start by saying that I am not at all a religious person, but I am interested in how religion has influenced modern-day beliefs and how interpretations of the bible made hundreds of years ago are still considered gospel (pardon the pun) despite times and attitudes have changed so rapidly. So, whilst I don't believe in the messages in the Bible, I was really interested in the different interpretations researched and documented in 'The Message for the Last Days' in relation to the end of d ...more
Emerson
Aug 12, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book is a deep and insightful look at Christianity. What I found to be the most intriguing part of this book was the depth of research that was done in creating the book. There is a lot about history and delving into the old and new Testament. I was definitely intrigued by some of the questions that author K.J. Soze brought up throughout the book, as they are things I have questioned before. Things like: Why is the Christian Church so divided with many different denominations and independen ...more
Illustrious Wanderer
When I finished reading this book, I took a pause to ponder on some of the explanations the author had for Biblical passages from the Old and New Testaments. Here, the author singles out the differences between the Abrahamic covenant and the Mosaic covenant. The author explains the Abrahamic covenant as the promises of God upon Abraham and his lineage. Honestly, I never knew about these concepts until I read this book. I knew about Abraham’s blessings from God but I did not know the term that ap ...more
Taunya Miller
Dec 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Message for the Last Days was given to me by Hidden Gems Books in exchange for a fair and honest review.

I have read many different books about God, about the Bible, and about end times. Many of those books are hard to read. They read like a professional journal when I need something more in layman's terms. This book was different. I was able to follow along, not get lost in jargon that was over my head. I'm an educated person but theology was not my major.

The Message for the Last Days gives
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Tom Blubaugh
Aug 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A very clear writing about the last days. This is one book that researches all of the prophecies and designates which are physical, which are spiritual, which are in between.
Virginia Tican
This is just a draft, I can not check on some passages on my kindle... it keeps on crashing as I try to navigate between chapters in this particular book (other books do not have the same problem) to look up and verify some of my statements here. I reached up to Chapter 4 ~ The New Covenant and the author has explained the previous chapters to me so thoroughly... if by being repetitious could do it, then he has done it for me. This would not be my final rating and my final review, I would have t ...more
Luis Humberto Molinar Márquez
[English review + Reseña en español]

The Message for the Last Days - Biblical and Historical Understanding of End Times, by K. J. Soze. Published by K. J. Soze. 2019. 372 pages. Genres: Biblical Exegesis / Christian Eschatology / Analysis of Religious Texts

This work proposes an objective analysis and an accurate interpretation of the message of end times, contained in the Bible and represented by three fundamental events announced throughout the books that compose it: the second coming of Christ,
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Sandra Barker
Sep 10, 2020 rated it liked it
I confess to only reading 31% of this book on my Kindle. The sub-title of the book reads, "Biblical and Historical Understanding of End Times," which is something I'm very interested in. The first part of the book, however, was almost completely about the covenants God made with Israel in the Old Testament. While I found that subject interesting and I felt like I learned something about the Abrahamic and Mosaic Covenants that I didn't know before, that was not the direction I was hoping to go. T ...more
Diana
Apr 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Fascinating! I learned SO MUCH!
J Michael
Jul 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A must read for every believer in Christ

I've been searching for truths about salvation and end-times, including Destined for Eternity (an allegory of end-time prophesy), and the two books are complementary and useful reads toward that end. There is quite a bit of misinformation in our world, so understanding the truths of scripture is imperative. Exactly what did Jesus mean when he talked about abiding in Him? Can a believer loss sight of the promise, lose faith, and have his name blotted out or
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Angela~
This is was a deep, engaging book. I’m glad to have been able to read it. I loved the lessons and interesting views on Abraham and the land inheritance that God promised the children of Israel. There were two views written of that I didn’t agree with unfortunately, but we don’t always agree on everything and the author writes about that as well. But two views I didn’t agree on was 1. That God isn’t going to destroy the earth. That he’s just going to renew or refurbish it. I believe, He is going ...more
Krissy
Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It is definitely an interesting book. I try to not judge people and give them the right to their opinion. In this book you will totally see the opinion of the author. Not all of what is mentioned is Biblical truth, however does allow you to voice your own opinion with what is written. Form your own opinion and read it.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Kyoung
Dec 21, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Fuzzy

Tried to follow reasoning, such as saying that the Bible is teaching that 2 people in the field, one is snatched away for damnation (instead of snatched/raptured), the other left behind to be with Jesus (instead of left behind to experience God's Tribulation judgement) ... And gioes on to assert it's like vultures gathering to pick apart the corpse (which would be what one normally would think is left behind...) At least, that's what I understand Soze to be saying... I gave up...
Michael A.
It starts out well, claiming to take no sides on the rapture question. He will only see what scripture says. Good enough so far. But then takes a Stuka dive straight into heresy after heresy. No one is saved until the resurrection. All souls and spirits stay dead in the grave (resting) Yet somehow come back with Jesus at the second coming to join the body in the grave to resurrect. And although he swears the early church taught these things, his earliest proof of this is a satire from the 1400's ...more
Pat Eroh
Dec 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am not sure if I agree with anything. this author has to offer in this book but it is different from a perspective that is interesting. I am not worried about being led astray because I know I am grounded in the scripture and through the spirit of the Lord I will not fall. I just caution any other Christian to prayerfully consider the words within this book.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Kevin B. Attwater
Well researched and well written although rather repetitious. It is fully literalist and so misses out on any spiritual truths and so the end-time conclusions are false.
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“I write about biblical history woven into prophecies about the future to help readers see the time thread of God’s message for them today.”

KJ Soze is a Christian non-fiction publisher that uncovers “lost in plain sight” topics of the Bible such as salvation, end times and the afterlife. He integrates over 30 years of experience in historical and biblical research with his scientific and analytica
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