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Both Books Written by Joseph ChambersForeword for Nebuchadnezzar - The Head of God written by Phillip Goodman. Endorsed by Tim LaHaye, Thomas Horn, Joey Yeatts, Thomas Ice, Randall Price, and Ed BranchNebuchadnezzar - The Head of Gold is the first in The Battle of the Gods series. While this novel illuminates history, it is far more than a historical novel. The romance of Nebuchadnezzar with Amytis his queen is exquisite and engaging. His relationship to the representatives of the gods is just as intriguing and breathtaking. There is great history in the story, but it is full of the present in its many movements. This novel takes us from the Garden of Eden, where Nebuchadnezzar was born, to the greatest palace ever built. It passes through a love affair with the princess of Mede until he builds for her the "Hanging Garden of Amytis." The glory that comes to Nebuchadnezzar drives him to a height of pride that leaves him insane. Then, he spends years in the wilderness of southern Mesopotamia(modern Iraq)in the marshes now famous to the world. His Queen Amytis is a highlight of this novel when she secretly escapes the Palace of Gold to search for her king and her love.
Foreword for The Masterpiece endorsed by Dr. James Combs. The Book of Revelation is a storybook. It takes the reader from the scene of Christ's glory as the Father's High Priest in his heavenly temple to the final temple called "New Jerusalem" where His Bride will dwell eternally with Him. The Book of Revelation is the "masterpiece" of all Biblical stories. It begins with His glory and ends with His saints' glory. At the beginning of this story, He walks in the midst of His church, but in the end, His church walks in the midst of New Jerusalem, the most spectacular city ever dreamed of. This storybook is "The Revelation of Jesus Christ," the complete unveiling of all His glory. The very first chapter gives forty-one references to the Son of God.