Welcome to The Day of the LORD


"Creator Savior and Judge, Will Prevail," Copyright © by Lira Copeland

But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.    II Peter 3:8




For the first time in almost 20 years the book, "The Day of the LORD," presents one of the most definitive, compelling, and Christ-honoring works on Bible prophecy and eschatology ever written. This daunting work of scriptural collaboration and insightful research has made a glimpse into the mysterious field of Bible eschatology (the study of biblical last things) easier to understand. This book has set itself apart from all others that have preceded it, in three very distinct ways:

1. A commitment to tow the line on faithful Bible exegesis

2. That only through an understanding of God's pure, inerrant words can the significance of his future plans for man be discovered. This is understood to mean that only by exalting Jesus' words, can one exalt Jesus Christ

3. And finally, the mystery of God's timing has been resolved through a unifying paradigm known as the day of the LORD

In addition to its unique approach to the consummation of all things, the book, "The Day of the LORD," has expanded its emphasis on prophecy's timing to reveal a Christ-centered, dispensational blueprint for man's presence on this planet. Also included in this book are additional charts of the most widely acclaimed prophetic views. The author has included his own detailed charts and a dispensational outline of past, present, and future events such as the Battle of Armageddon and the LORD'S glorious reign and Millennial Kingdom on earth. 



Paul J. Wickliffe, owner, Day of the LORD Publications, publisher, author of the book, "The Day of the LORD," Copyright © 2011, Morris Publishing, 3212 East Hwy. 30, Kearney, NE 68847

Email : daniel92427@thedayofthelord.info

Author Insight and Purpose of Web Site

The Substance

Not merely content to trek where others have, the author has committed his efforts to magnify the Messiah through the objective study of Christ's faithful, inerrant words rather than the subjective personal experiences and wisdom of men--"for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophpecy." (Revelation 19:10)