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Author Biography:

Michael S. Holihan paints an End Times perspective that will shock most people. As the former Associate Editor of an International Civil Defense magazine, coupled with his military upbringing and travels to England, Europe and the Holy Land, he has an exceptional grasp of current affairs, both seen and unseen.
For over 30 years, he has been a fervent student of history, science and religion which has imparted to him a keen awareness that the past, present and future can only be understood by peering into the invisible spiritual conflict.
He currently resides in Texas with his wife and family and teaches Sunday school. He has spoken at lectures, seminars, radio programs and authored various study guides concerning preparedness and Eschatology or End-Times. His descriptive style mixed with graphic imagery creates a startling portrait that offers illumination on the shadowy subject of Last Days.

I often get asked about the "Key" verse that is on the web site, 1 Chronicles 12:32. Here is a brief explanation as to the verse and why it is so appropriate for The Epiphany Deception:

The portion from 1 Chronicles 12:32 (Old Testament) is speaking about the dramatic changes that were occurring as the Dynasty of the House of Saul was being abandoned by God because of Saul's arrogance and pride. While at the same time the Lord was choosing the Household of David to be the next King over Israel.
Once King Saul learned about David being anointed as the next King, Saul tried to kill him and this caused David, and those loyal to him to flee. In 1 Chronicles it details the individuals from the various 12 Tribes that saw what was taking place and cast their lot with David.

What is interesting is that the Men of Issachar, were very intuitive and had a keen perception of the bigger picture. The men of this Tribe were aware of the sweeping changes in the affairs of the nation and because of their insights they "knew what to do." Their understanding also enabled them to be leaders among the others that followed David.

So in keeping with the "insights of the Men of Issachar", it is my prayer that as people read this gripping novel, they too will gain an understanding of the Times in which we are living and have boldness to act accordingly.
Here is the verse and I hope this helps.

1 Chron 12:32-33

Of the sons of Issachar, men who understood the times, and with knowledge knew what Israel should do, their chiefs were two hundred; and all their kinsmen were at their command.

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