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Universal Life Church Academy Reveals the Secrets of the Book of Revelation

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The last book of the Bible has a specific prophetic message that many readers find difficult to understand. The Universal Life Church Academy provides professors of the Old and New Testaments, who can reveal the mystery in the meaning of this book full of symbols.

The Book of Revelation begins with a promise that its meaning is revealed to the Christ’s followers. The very first verse states that this book is a “Revelation of Jesus Christ” that will reveal to His servants all the things, which will happen on the earth soon. This revelation is first given to Jesus Christ from God the Father Himself and Jesus will give it to His faithful followers.

The period of “End Times” has begun from the first coming of Jesus on earth and will end with His second coming, when He will bring His people to the New Jerusalem in heaven. Since “With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day” (2 Peter 3:8), this larger time perspective of God has confused the early Christians, who have assumed that His second coming will happen during their lifetime. However, the Bible gives people clear signs that help them understand that the time for Christ return is quickly approaching.

The third verse of Revelation chapter one also promises that all who hear and read the words of this prophetic book and keep them, will be blessed by God.

People, who are interested in this mysterious book and long to reveal the secrets hidden in it, can enroll in the Universal Life Church Academy at http://www.ulcnetwork.com/syllabus.html to receive God’s blessings in their life.

About Us: The lectures and courses of the Universal Life Church Academy have the aim to closely acquaint students with the Bible and prepare them for their holy service. Leading authorities from prestigious universities lead these lectures to share their valuable knowledge with the future ministers of God.
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The Universal Life Church World Headquarters as the name implies is a worldwide Religious Non-Profit Organization, extending its reach to the every corner of the globe. Their Boca Raton Headquarters is also a "GREEN" building benefiting you, the occupants and the environment. The Universal Life Church World Headquarters offers weekly services, Bible study and faith based programming on the Universal Life Church Radio Network and through iHeartRadio.

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