And the Prince Who Shall Come :: Terry James

Author’s Note – MESSIAH: And the Prince Who Shall Come :: Terry James

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We face today, as anyone aware of things going on in our nation and the world knows, a future that would be bleak indeed if not for the promises of Bible prophecy. But our God does not want us to be ignorant of the future—not a future of gloom and doom, but of wonder and brilliance only He can assure.

It is with this magnificent future in mind that I choose to present what is coming at this judgment-bound planet through what I believe to be Holy Spirit-influenced storytelling.

My third in the REVELATIONS series, MESSIAH: And the Prince Who Shall Come, is a novel I envision will bring to the reader understanding that the world today faces not fiction but truth imparted by the source from whom truth comes. The story told within its pages is fiction only in that details of what is coming upon planet Earth are formed around Bible prophecy that hasn’t yet unfolded but is, in reality, on the brink of coming to pass.

The first novel of the series is REVELATIONS.

The second novel is MICHAEL: Last-Days Lightning.

The third novel—being released this week—is MESSIAH: And the Prince Who Shall Come.

A brief overview of the series

The story begins when Tyce Greyson, a journalist, encounters the supernatural realm after he receives a snake bite while in a cave on the Aegean island of Patmos. He experiences visions that grow increasingly revelatory, leading him into dimensions inhabited by enraged demonic entities and powerful, heavenly beings. His mind-boggling, although uninvited, adventures/exploits thrust him into prophetic times of great peril and magnificent promise.

Greyson moves through one inexplicable intrigue after another throughout the three novels, accompanied at various times by love interests who seem destined to help him fulfill Heaven’s chosen destiny.

Israel is at the center of powerful providential dynamics affecting Greyson’s life while history’s most despotic tyrant rises to global dominance.

I hope you will be entertained by viewing things to come through my fictional scope, the storytelling overlaid with the prism of Bible prophecy truth. And it is especially my wish that you receive enlightenment concerning prophetic fulfillment while you read this continuing saga.

The times and events fictionally portrayed are prophetic, thus are real, and are beginning to storm upon this generation at a roaring pace.

MESSIAH: And the Prince Who Shall Come dramatically projects the approaching evil one whose foreshadow casts across the world a time of wickedness that Jesus Himself forewarned will be the worst of all human history. I sincerely and prayerfully hope the telling of its coming in fictional form through the three novels of the series will awaken those who read them to spiritually prepare to seek God’s shelter from the approaching prophetic, end-times storm.

That shelter is available to all who will enter into its protective embrace. This place of Invincible safety is Jesus Christ—the True Messiah.

So, at the end of this saga we are all living through at this moment is a breakthrough into the most glorious eternal existence imaginable. The storyline, I hope, portrays in courage-stimulating fashion the struggle we face against the wicked “powers and principalities” of Ephesians 6:12. The reader will, I prayerfully hope, see Heaven’s assignment for each believer as a directive for our trust in and obedience to Christ, who will stand on that day of Rapture to reward the overcomers whom the Holy Spirit indwells.

I truly believe the three books will serve as worthy gifts for those you wish to introduce to things to come from a Bible-prophecy perspective. My hope also is that these stories will induce young people, particularly young adults, to explore insights on why things are shaping up in our culture as they are at this sometimes-troubling moment.

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  • Reply December 27, 2023


    And the prince who shall come? His name is Jesus. And he did come. And he’s coming again.

    • Reply December 28, 2023


      Brett Dobbs do what now?

    • Reply December 30, 2023


      Brett Dobbs Prince who shall come to destroy Jerusalem was Titus.

      ”After the sixty-two ‘sevens,’ the Anointed One will be put to death and will have nothing. The people of the ruler who will come will destroy the city and the sanctuary. The end will come like a flood: War will continue until the end, and desolations have been decreed.“
      ‭‭Daniel‬ ‭9‬:‭26‬ ‭

      Of course the Anointed One was Jesus.

    • Reply December 30, 2023


      Philip Williams in the entire context of those passages, “Messiah the Prince” and “Prince that is to come” is the same person. Because the messiah the prince is the subject.
      His people the Jews is held responsible for the destruction of the city and the temple. They destroyed the holy temple Jesus. And they enticed the Romans, and the Romans carried out Gods judgement upon them. 

    • Reply December 30, 2023


      Brett Dobbs the Messiah (Anointed One) is distinguished from the Prince or Ruler of the people to come ( the Romans).

      1. This entire prophecy concerns the future of the earthly city of Jerusalem which was the subject of Daniel’s prayer.

      2. It also precisely prophesies the First Coming of Jesus. No better and precise fulfillment of prophecy in the entire Bible.

    • Reply December 30, 2023


      Philip Williams I agree with you on points 1&2

    • Reply December 30, 2023


      Brett Dobbs here is the abomination that caused the desolation of the city as foretold by Jesus:

  • Reply January 6, 2024


    not a BAD start John Mushenhouse Neil Steven Lawrence Nelson Banuchi

  • Reply January 7, 2024


    The world is not expecting AntiChrist. The world is looking for a leader to solve the world’s problems.
    When a world leaders makes (or enforces) a treaty with Israel, the Church won’t be around to sound the alarm.
    The world will believe “peace and safety.” They will be deceived for three and a half years.

    In the middle of the Trib, Satan will be cast down, knowing his time is short (Rev. 12). He will indwell the mortally wounded world leader, fake a resurrection, enter the rebuilt Temple and declare himself to be god: the apostasy of all apostasies. He will wreak havoc on the world and persecute Israel and any other Tribulation saints.

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