The Prodigal Son Prophecy

Part One

The Video Version of the First Installment

This is the first installment of Dr. Lively’s book “The Prodigal Son Prophecy: God’s Amazing Plan for the Restoration of the Two Hebrew Houses, and the Salvation of the Gentiles,” which he is publishing as a series in both text and video forms. This segment features the front matter of the book, including the Introduction, a Foreword, a Short Summary of the Prodigal Son Prophecy, and a commentary on The Hebrew Roots Movement as a Manifestation of the Spirit of Elijah. Dr. Lively’s novel and refreshing approach to teaching prophecy is to emphasize study of the Bible itself and to promote individual critical thinking and reasoning skills, guided by the Holy Spirit, rather than to review or compare-and-contrast the opinions of “expert” interpreters from the various eschatological camps or pre-set denominational doctrines. He teaches this approach simultaneously with the development of his own analysis and conclusions, without presenting his views as dogma.

Part Two

In this video, Dr. Lively publishes the second installment of his book “The Prodigal Son Prophecy: God’s Amazing Plan for the Restoration of the Two Hebrew Houses, and the Salvation of the Gentiles.” The text version including charts and graphs may be found at ScottLively.net. This installment features is presentation of part one of chapter one, in which he sets forth his understanding of the last days timeline as laid out by Jesus in Matthew 24-25, the “Olivet Discourse,” and discusses how this timeline allows all of the end-times prophecies to be naturally harmonized and aligned with it, when triangulated with God’s timekeeping systems in Leviticus 23 and 25. Dr. Lively offers a completely different perspective of eschatology than most Christians are familiar with, but one which will is highly enlightening and easy to understand.

ERRATA: please forgive spelling typos in the footnotes of the first chart. A corrected version is in process.

Part Three

Dr. Lively continues his serial publication in video and PDF of his book ‘The Prodigal Son Prophecy: God’s Amazing Plan for the Restoration of the Two Hebrew Houses and the Salvation of the Gentiles” with this third installment, which is Part Two, of Chapter One of the book, augmented with charts and graphics. A major emphasis in this installment is Dr. Lively’s unique study of the Book of Revelation.

Part Four

This 4th installment encompasses the first half of Chapter Two: “The Significance of the Sevens,” in which he addresses God’s timekeeping system in Leviticus 23 and 25 (which is based on cycles of seven) and other Biblical patterns. His focus in this video is the phenomenon of patterns-of-three in prophecy, specifically the pattern of three prophesied desolations of Jerusalem in the Book of Daniel and three iterations of the Passover pattern in Biblical history.

Part Five

Dr. Lively highlights “The Hebrew Feast Cycle in the Gospel of John” in this 5th Installment of his book The Prodigal Son Prophecy: God’s Amazing Plan for the Restoration of the Two Hebrew Houses and the Salvation of the Gentiles. While the Gospel of John is often distinguished from the others as “topical” rather than chronological, Dr. Lively shows that a study of the symbols and themes of the book proves it is actually the most chronological of the four.

Part Six

In this installment of The Prodigal Son Prophecy: God’s Amazing Plan for the Restoration of the Two Hebrew Houses and the Salvation of the Gentiles, Dr. Lively explains why he calls the Letters to the Seven Churches in Revelation 2-3, the “Letters to the Left Behind,” contending that the primary message of this section of Revelation is that people who miss the resurrection and rapture will have a second chance at salvation during the Ten Days of Awe/Wrath.

Part Seven

Dr. Lively’s 7th installment in the serial release of his book The Prodigal Son Prophecy consists of all of Chapter Four, “The Winepress of God’s Wrath.” This installment explains the significance of the Winepress event and its timing in the last days chronology. In this chapter, Dr. Lively also explains how the ritual of “Communion,” showcasing Bread (relating to the wheat harvest celebrated at the Feast of Trumpets) and Wine (relating to the grape harvest celebrated at the Day of Atonement) can be viewed as a New Testament “moed” and “miqra” (rehearsal) for the the second coming of Christ in the same manner as the Spring and Fall Feasts of Leviticus 23 were rehearsals for His first and second coming, respectively, in the Old Testament.

Part Eight (coming soon)