SID: I have so much I need to ask Richard. Richard, you told me a great revelation open to you when one day you were reading Deuteronomy and you saw the whole history of the Jewish people all through the last days. Tell me about that.

RICHARD: Well it’s pretty amazing. The seed of Bible prophecy, of all Bible prophecy is in the Book of Deuteronomy. Christians don’t read that, so they miss it. So I was studying.

SID: Why do Christians not read the Old Testament? Forget Deuteronomy, just the whole Old Testament.

RICHARD: Well they’re kind of told that Jesus did away with all that and we don’t need all that anymore, and that was Jewish stuff. No, it’s Jesus stuff. These are Jesus’ festivals. The feasts are Jesus’ festivals. Hallelujah. Amen.

SID: Okay. So you found ten points in Deuteronomy. Explain that.

RICHARD: Well in Deuteronomy, Moses is giving the sermon and it’s amazing, Sid. He gave the whole future of the Jewish people from then until the Messiah comes, and this is before they were even a nation, before they ever got into the land. So I’m reading this stuff, and my goodness, this sounds familiar. This sounds like world history. So I’m going to check out did the prophets have anything to say about this. Well of course they did. They filled in details. Then I study world history to see does this line up in any way. And of those ten points, everything has happened in world history exactly like Moses said.

SID: So there were ten points that take you all to the return of Jesus.

RICHARD: Oh, absolutely.

SID: Of the ten points, where are we today?

RICHARD: Well I thought you might ask that. We’re at point seven and a half.

SID: Seven and a half.

RICHARD: Seven and a half.

SID: What is that point?

RICHARD: Well point seven was the Jewish people would return to their ancient land. And so about half of the Jewish people that we know of are in Israel, about six or seven million, and the other seven million or so that we know of are scattered still among the nations. That’s why I say seven and a half.

SID: Okay. We’re at between seven and eight, and if you’ve been reading the newspapers lately, look what’s happening with the anti-Semitism in Europe. I mean, whole groups of Jews in France that never thought they’d ever go to Israel are now living in Israel. They have a whole village that’s French-speaking. So we’re about ready to see the eighth thing happen. What is the eighth?

RICHARD: Well the Jewish sages from all times and scholars have always said that as we get close to the coming of Messiah it will be perilous times, times of chaos.

SID: That sounds like Jesus.

RICHARD: Well he’s a Jewish teacher and rabbi. Moses says when you are in tribulation in the latter days. He qualifies it. He tells us when, so Jewish people have always believed perilous times. So when this Orthodox Jew, Saul of Tarsus, the Apostle Paul, wrote perilous times, he wasn’t writing some kind of Christian statement. He was writing what had always been part of their understanding. And so God calls the Christian people to come alongside and stand with the Jewish people against anti-Semitism and support them, because Christians owe everything that’s dear to us spiritually to the Jewish people.

SID: That’s what Romans 11 says. Now very briefly, take me through some of the last God feasts, feasts of trumpets: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot.

RICHARD: Okay. Well let’s clarify. There’s three major feast seasons: Passover, Pentecost and Tabernacles. And there are seven individual feasts within those three feast seasons. Jesus historically did the first two [seasons] to the T and the letter, every jot and tittle. If he got the first two right, what do you think he’s going to get number three? The Feast Tabernacles is the End Time feast. In the Bible it says, “The natural leads to the spiritual.” So in the natural, the Feast of Tabernacles is the end of the agricultural season when all the big harvest has been done. So looking at it spiritually, the Feast of Tabernacles is the great harvest of souls at the end of the age before Messiah comes. We’re going to soon see the greatest explosion on the face of the earth, spiritual explosion, that the world has ever seen.

SID: But you actually from the seventh, what is the seventh trumpet?

RICHARD: Well, of course in the Book of Revelation the seven seals, the seventh seal is the seven trumpets, and the seventh trumpet is the seven vial or bowl judgments. So the seventh trumpet is the last trump.

SID: That makes sense.

RICHARD: I think it’s going to be on the Feast of Trumpets.

SID: Well that sure makes sense. You said something. God is showing you there is going to be a move of God’s spirit that’s about ready to happen now. Describe what God is showing you.

RICHARD: Well the Glory of God is going to cover the earth as the waters cover the sea up to a point before Messiah comes. But what we’re going to see is a moving away from the proclamation of the Gospel of Salvation, which has kind of been the western focus, to the Gospel of the Kingdom. Now if you read in the New Testament, Jesus preached the Gospel of the Kingdom, and every time he did there were signs and wonders that followed. So as we move from the Gospel of Salvation to the Gospel of the Kingdom, the signs and wonders we’ve all desperately longed for are going to explode on the face of the earth. Hallelujah.

SID: All right, I can just tell you this, this is the clearest presentation that I’ve studied, of Dr. Booker, of the End Times. But what is more important is are you going to be proclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom? You have to make Jesus your king, not just our savior. That’s a western idea. You have to make Jesus your king. Think about it. Do it.

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