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A Party Called The Rapture

A Party Called The Rapture: One of Yahweh’s Divine Appointments

2nd Edition
© Copyright 2018 by Jeff Van Hatten
ISBN-13: 978-1984040800

A Party Called The Rapture is a study guide to the blessed hope that the Rapture represents, a novelette, and an overview of Yahweh’s Divine Appointments – The Moedim – the Dress Rehearsals.

The Rapture is not going to be a quiet affair! Heaven celebrates every single time a sinner repents. Heaven celebrated with a triumphal parade when Yeshua won the victory over sin, hell, the devil, and death. Just imagine how great the parade and celebration will be when Yeshua raptures His entire Bride and brings them home to His Father’s house in Heaven!!

Available on Amazon @ A Party Called Rapture

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The Dress Rehearsals Called Moedim

Yahweh’s Divine Appointments: The Dress Rehearsals Called Moedim

1st Edition
© Copyright 2018 by Jeff Van Hatten
ISBN-13: 978-1986066921

Yahweh is a god of peace and order, not a god of chaos, confusion, and disorder.

The patterns evidenced by Yahweh’s Divine Appointments, called the Moedim, are both prophetic and dress rehearsals for the real events. These moedim clearly establish an order of events which Yahweh has scheduled on his daytimer. The pattern is: Death of the Mashiach (Messiah), his burial, his resurrection, his giving of the Ruach Ha’Kodesh (Holy Spirit), the Rapture of his Bride, his judgment on the unrighteous and unbelieving, and the establishment of Yeshua’s Millennial Reign.

Available @ Amazon: Yahweh’s Divine Appointments

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Insights and Observations

Yahweh’s Divine Scriptures: Insights and Observations

Expected release in October/November of 2018. Once published, it will be available on Amazon.com.

Yahweh’s Divine Scriptures can be difficult to interpret.

Some scriptures do not translate well in the English language due to their original meaning in Hebrew.  Many of the scriptures, verses, or passages are either Hebrew idioms or Rabbinical sayings that simply have no English equivalent.  This book will hopefully clarify some of those issues.