November 11th

A Great Mountain Filled the Whole Earth

While you were looking at it, a great stone broke loose from a cliff without anyone touching it, struck the iron and clay feet of the statue, and shattered them. At once the iron, clay, bronze, silver, and gold crumbled and became like the dust on a threshing place in summer. The wind carried it all away, leaving not a trace. But the stone grew to be a mountain that covered the whole earth.

(Daniel 2:34-35) Good News Translation

We, that’s me and the Holy spirit, use our 3D spherical Earth model to bring clarity to a process of change that the Earth undergoes during the tribulation. We’ll show you how a mountain fills the whole Earth.

The featured passage for the month of November is part of Daniel’s description of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream. In the dream a giant statue of gold, silver, bronze, iron and clay is smashed by a stone that’s not cut out by hands, which then becomes a great mountain that fills the whole earth. This marks the transition from the end of human rule to the time when Jesus will sit upon the throne in Jerusalem.

One of the fruits of our deductive process is a 3D model of a spherical earth which accommodates all the physical features mentioned in the Bible.

Can it also accommodate the fulfillment of prophecy?

Can we use it to show that this will be accompanied by tectonic changes in the Earth’s mantle and crust as the continents come together to form a great mountain, the top of which is a plateau where Jerusalem is located?

The mountains and hills will be smoothed out, the valleys will be raised up. The Earth will be a flat even surface which gently slopes up to Jerusalem at the summit. Everyone on Earth will be able to see the glory of God because everyone on Earth will have an unobstructed view of it.

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  1. Call upon the name of Jesus Christ,
    • believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,
  2. confess your sin.

Read through the Bible in a year

Reading planNovember 11
LinearActs 21-23
ChronologicalJohn 14-17
– Read 3 chapters every day and 5 chapters on Sundays

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