Author and lecturer Dr. Scott McQuade has discovered amazing secrets of the Tribulation, hidden for millenia in Sumerian, Mayan, Hindu and other ancient texts.
The Tribulation is a series of tumultuous events that will take place after the Rapture during the End Times. It will affect everyone on earth, regardless of denomination or beliefs. It’s said in the Book of Revelation that at the Tribulation an angel will trumpet, smoke will rise out of a great pit, and the earth will be taken over by locusts. Then, after the trumpeting of another angel, the Four Horsemen will be released, and many wicked people will be killed. Those who are not killed will still not repent of their evil deeds.
But Dr. McQuade has found, after thousands of hours of scholarship, that the Bible has been distorted and corrupted, and that the truth lies in texts that pre-date the Bible. This truth has been hidden from the world until now. Dr. McQuade’s research reveals the meanings of these ancient texts, and explains the inaccuracies in the Bible that have misled so many. This is objective truth, not based on interpretation. Pastors, scholars, and theologians don’t understand these hidden meanings, and none of them have this knowledge.
The Tribulation is a real phenomenon, epic in proportion and affecting all mankind. Jesus said that we must be persistent in seeking the truth. Those who are truth seekers will want to learn about Dr. McQuade’s research, and find the secrets of the Tribulation revealed.
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