|About the Book|
The Latter Rain explores the symbols and types of the Book of Isaiah, creating a framework that can then be applied to other books of the Bible, helping the reader perceive meaning that was once obscured in symbolism.One such symbolic type is that ofMoreThe Latter Rain explores the symbols and types of the Book of Isaiah, creating a framework that can then be applied to other books of the Bible, helping the reader perceive meaning that was once obscured in symbolism.One such symbolic type is that of rain. While this type is not exclusive toIsaiah, it is used by Isaiah to symbolize the communication from God toman. In Deuteronomy, the Lord himself explains this concept: Deuteronomy 32:1-31 GIVE ear, O ye heavens, and I will speak- and hear, O earth, thewords of my mouth.2 My doctrine shall drop as the rain, my speech shall distil as the dew, asthe small rain upon the tender herb, and as the showers upon the grass: 3 Because I will publish the name of the LORD: ascribe ye greatnessunto our God.The term, Latter Rain, therefore means a period of time in the last dayswhen the Lord will again pour out his spirit upon his children on theearth, thus leading them to truth and understanding.This book clarifies these and other concepts pertaining to the last days.Through a methodical analysis of various books contained in the Bible, the reader is able to view the attributes and characteristics of Godscommunications to his prophets and disciples in ancient times, and to usethese observations to predict what one should expect to occur in the periodof the Latter Rain.Castle Mountain Press is proud to introduce the book The Latter Rain.Although many books have been written about the prophecies of Isaiah, thisbook not only correctly identifies the symbols and types found in Isaiah, butuses this new information to make sense of the rest of the Bible. The readerof The Latter Rain, whether familiar with the scriptures or not, comes awayfrom the experience with a completely new perspective on what the ancientprophets are saying about our day and age.