The Little Book of Moses

by Moses Hochstetler



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/25/2023

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 446
ISBN : 9798823003568
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 446
ISBN : 9798823003544

About the Book

The Little Book of Moses explains more than 1300 biblical topics from A to Z. Bible characters, places, and events; major doctrines, prophecies, and spiritual topics are discussed. Readers will gain a broader understanding of God’s plan, grace and works, perceived bible contradictions, and the seven ages of the Church. Discover how there is no contradiction between true science and the God’s word, better understand the creation week, where dinosaurs came from, the fall of Lucifer, and the likely answer to UFOs. Discover the history of Jacob's pillar stone. Gain insight into the parables of Jesus. Find answers regarding the two witnesses, the three angels' messages, the 144,000, the innumerable multitude, the "beast" of Revelation, the seven seals, and much more. Understand the true gospel as taught by Christ and the apostles. More than 400 pages, the Little Book of Moses represents more than 30 years of research, writing, editing, and cross referencing.

About the Author

Early in life Moses took a keen interest in the Bible, reading it from cover to cover numerous times during his teenage years and beyond, underlining key scriptures and cross referencing them with other similar scriptures. By age 23 Moses completed a Bible Correspondence Course, later taking a college course in church and doctrinal history. Around the years 1987-88, Moses started putting many of his topical studies on paper, and the end result has been The Little Book of Moses. Besides writing his bible commentary, Moses has written and published four books of poetry, a family genealogy, and a children’s book. One of his poetry books, Sacred Celebrations, expresses many of his personal convictions on spiritual matters. Today, Moses continues his studies into the deeper things of God; committed to Peter’s admonition that Christians need to continue to “grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.”