The Thinking behind The Third Heaven: Apocalypse of Kings

The Third Heaven: Apocalypse of Kings
“Except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved.”
The Third Heaven: Apocalypse of Kings is the fourth and final book in the Third Heaven series.
Over a thousand years has passed since Yeshua ascended into Heaven and Lucifer has carefully nurtured man’s development to create the ultimate weapon against God. The Anti-Christ. The culmination of a millennia; Lucifer’s schemes realizes the weaponization of mankind against God and the heavenly host.
A man able to physically battle an angel.
Imbued with the power of the Devil himself the Anti-Christ searches for the rumored God-stone resident in the nation of Israel. A crystal of such power, that once in his possession would allow Lucifer, the Anti-Christ and his armies to march unopposed across the celestial barriers into Heaven itself. A crystal he will stop at nothing to have: even to the destruction of nations, and the risk of provoking God’s wrath.
The abomination’s presence once more ushers planet wide judgment from God. Wrath not seen since the days of Noah. A response that signals the end of God’s season of grace towards the world of men, and invites the ultimate confrontation the universe has ever seen—Christ vs. Anti-Christ.
With the rise of the Anti-Christ, Heaven now witnesses a created being unlike any since Yeshua Himself. Can the host stop this new menace when men can now defy angels?
Explore this spectacular look into the book of Revelation and witness anew the end of days, as Micheal, Gabriel, and the angelic host spin towards the universe’s climatic conclusion; answering once and for all the question that since the beginning of creation has fueled the universe and genesised the war that began all wars–who will be God?

The final book in the Third Heaven series, we end where we began. The Lake of Fire.  Finally the story comes full circle where elect angels work to bring the will of God to pass.

While the story attempts to mirror many of the events depicted in the book of Revelation.  The book is not meant to be a point by point fiction exposition of the text, and should serve to be a launching pad for discussion as opposed to a work that is prescriptive or doctrinal.  Once more creative licence and story telling takes preeminence to an attempt to maintain 100% in “biblical compliance” with the book of Revelation.  This is to provide continuity to the story world and characters from the previous books and NOT an attempt to make the Bible say something it does not.  Again the book should be considered a form of wholesome entertainment that provides a biblical world view.  God is sovereign and the return of Christ is coming who will in time place all enemies under His feet.

Like the author the series contains foibles and is my sincere effort to bring to the Christian community a tale of wonder.  A tale taken from The Book we expressly love.  I hope that in that endeavor God has been pleased and the church edified in the truth that we are surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses.

With love,

Donovan M. Neal