Do you ever wonder where this world is headed? Do you notice a rash of earthquakes and other strange natural events - unusual weather patterns, volcanoes that were quiet for 200 years suddenly coming back to life, and even meteor showers? Do you think God might just be trying to get our attention by shaking things up? These acts of God have a purpose - they are a wakeup call. God's original plan was to have very close fellowship with man, His prized creation. But, He gave man the right to choose, and Adam chose to disobey, and sin took its toll. God is not thwarted, however, only delayed a little in the time frame of eternity. God found a man of faith and called him Abraham, the father of many nations, and a patriarch of the Jewish people. Star of Messiah explores the messages God encoded in the two primary symbols of the Jewish faith: the menorah and the Star of David. He identified the Messiah, and He may have even identified the general time frame for the Messiah's appearance through the geometry of the Star of David. Whether you are Jewish, Christian, or undecided about God, Star of Messiah has a message for you. It will take you on a journey into the symbolism behind the Star of David and the Temple menorah, symbolism that has been in plain sight for centuries, yet unseen. God has a plan to regain that fellowship He lost when Adam sinned, and the natural disasters are just His way of suggesting that we might want to "get with the plan" because the clock is ticking. After reading Star of Messiah, you'll never see the Star of David or the Jewish Temple menorah quite the same way again. You're future can be wonderful and bright, but God leaves the choice up to you.