Available Books: Commentary On Revelation, Hell, And 2 Thessalonians

A Quick Synopsis of each Book

Verse By Verse Through Revelation: The Verse by Verse Through Revelation took two years to complete, and every verse has a commentary explaining the passage connecting some of the symbols to the book of Daniel for clarity. It also contains references written down in the commentary section so that the person doesn’t need to look them up. All of the explanations are very easy to comprehend. It will help the reader to get a much better understanding of the Book of Revelation. Each numbered verse is visible and bold so that the reader can see it with the explanation underneath. The chapter and verse are colored red, making it easier to locate the chapter and verse one is searching for. The book contains lots of references for a deeper study. The American Standard Version was the translation used for accuracy and availability. A second edition will come out in the future with the Berean Study Bible as the main biblical text and extra resources in the back.

How The Bible Describes Hell: Hell is such a serious place that God has put in my heart to bring about this study to show what happens in Hell and how someone can escape from going there. Hell and its fires are real, and they will be for all eternity for those who end up there. In the book, you will find many verses and commentary to bring clarity to the subject. My new book will answer questions like, is Hell eternal, or can one in Hell still have a chance to get out? Also, what happens in Hell besides a person burning? You will see, from a biblical standpoint, demons torturing people there.

A Study Guide To 2 Thessalonians Verse By Verse: The Book of 2 Thessalonians is a book that brings calm to those that might think that they, as believers in Jesus Christ, will have to go through the Great Tribulation. This study guide will help you understand that God promises us that He will rapture us up before God’s wrath, the seven-year tribulation (1 Thessalonians 1:10) starts. The book has five blank pages with lines across for note-taking at the end of every chapter. The book is compact so that you can take it with you wherever you go.

Verse By Verse Through Revelation: Paperback $15.00 & Ebook $10.34: To sample the book click HERE

How The Bible Describes Hell: Paperback $7.50 & Ebook $4.99: To sample the Book click HERE

A Study Guide To 2 Thessalonians Verse By Verse (The Rise Of The Antichrist): Paperback $10.99: To sample the book click HERE

Verse By Verse Through Galatians (2:14)

14 When I saw that they were not walking in line with the truth of the gospel, I said to Cephas in front of them all, “If you, who are a Jew, live like a Gentile and not like a Jew, how can you compel the Gentiles to live like Jews?” -Galatians 2:14 BSB


When Paul saw Peter, Barnabas, see verse 13, and the others deviating from the truth through their hypocrisy, Paul decided to rebuke Peter in the presence of the believers he was leading astray. Paul did it that way because Peter was becoming their stumbling block, and they had to know it.

Paul also understood that the Gentile believers are not supposed to go back to the Law like the Jews. The Law of Moses points to Jesus Christ, as the Law cannot make anyone righteous before a holy God.

Any believer who thinks that they have to be like a Jew to get closer to the Lord has misunderstood the purpose of the Law. The Law was to show everyone that they have broken God’s Law and are not living according to His standard. As a matter of fact, no one can keep God’s holy standard. They are too lofty. For starters, we are born in sin, and the moment we fall into one sin, we become Lawbreakers.

10 Whoever keeps the whole law but stumbles at just one point is guilty of breaking all of it. -James 2:10 BSB