David Reagan - Prophecy Issues with Daymond Duck
Is the book of Revelation a Chinese puzzle that no one can understand? Are we living in the Millennium now? Were all the end time prophecies fulfilled in 70 AD? Is it possible to know the season of the Lord’s return? Is the Rapture to be an event separate and apart from the Second Coming? Stay tuned.
David Reagan: Greetings in the name of Jesus, our Blessed Hope, and welcome to Christ in Prophecy!
My colleague, Nathan Jones, and I have a very special guest with us today. His name is Daymond Duck, and he is an expert on Bible prophecy who preaches, teaches and writes about the subject. Daymond, we appreciate you coming all the way down from Tennessee to God’s country.
Daymond Duck: Thank you for the invitation. How gracious.
David Reagan: And at the other end here we have our Associate Evangelist, Colonel Tim Moore, who has been designated by our Board of Trustees to be my successor in September of 2021. Tim we appreciate you coming all the way from the state of Kentucky.
Tim Moore: I’m always delighted to be here, Dave.
David Reagan: Well, how about putting him on the hot seat right fast.
Tim Moore: I would like to do so. Daymond, today we want to jump right into it because we have a lot of ground to cover regarding Bible prophecy. And the first question is this, just as Dave indicated a lot of people think the book of Revelation is so confusing it’s like a Chinese puzzle. What is your response?
Daymond Duck: Tim, I have a grandson that was interviewed on TV discussing the book of Revelation when he was eight years old. And he was asked, “Can adults understand the book of Revelation?” And his answer was, “If an eight year old kid can understand it, an adult can.”
Tim Moore: Well, praise the Lord!
Daymond Duck: They need to get books on Bible prophecy.
David Reagan: Sounds like he has been well schooled by you.
Daymond Duck: He would come into my office when I was writing my commentary on the book of Revelation and he was reading off my monitor. And he was asking, “What is the Antichrist? What is the Tribulation period?” And so on. And I would explain it to him, and it wasn’t long until I realized he was a sponge just soaking all of that up.
David Reagan: When you say that people can understand the book of Revelation, but most people believe you cannot. So, what is the key to understanding it?
Daymond Duck: The key to understanding it I think prayer, study, get good conservative commentaries, the kind you put out. And study your Bible. And just go to prophecy conferences and that kind of thing.
David Reagan: Well, how about taking it for its plain sense meaning?
Daymond Duck: Yes. It is literal. It is literal. Some people say it is a book of allegory. Some say it is a book of meaningless symbols. I don’t believe that Jesus would give us a book of meaningless symbols, and allegory, and then promise to bless us if we would read, hear, and keep the things that are it. It just doesn’t make sense to me.
Nathan Jones: Amen. Amen. Well, you obviously understand Revelation because you wrote an entire book on Revelation, one of the best intro books to Revelation that I’ve ever read. It’s kind of–
David Reagan: And also, it has lots of humor in it.
Nathan Jones: Lots of humor because he is a humorous guy.
David Reagan: I chuckled on every page.
Nathan Jones: Well, this is the end product, but what is the beginning product? Were you always interested in Bible prophecy? Tell us a little about how you got to write this book.
Daymond Duck: Well, I was in my early 30’s and I’d gone to church most of my life. Became a Sunday School teacher. I came across the word Rapture, didn’t know what it was. I asked my pastor and he explained it. I was shocked. Couldn’t believe I’d gone to church for so long and never heard the word Rapture. I started buying books on Bible prophecy. And in studying it. God blessed me. And just here I am.
Nathan Jones: Because originally career wise you are not a pastor or professor, you were a?
Daymond Duck: At that time, I was a Sunday School teacher.
Nathan Jones: Sunday School teacher.
Daymond Duck: I was a Sunday School teacher. Been a Gideon. Been a pastor. Author.
Nathan Jones: Okay, so you’ve done it all.
Daymond Duck: Yes.
Nathan Jones: Fantastic.
David Reagan: You know Daymond, I grew up in an Amillennial church. And we never heard anything about Bible prophecy except one sermon a year that said there’s not one verse in the Bible that even implies Jesus will ever put His feet on this earth again. You can imagine how startled I was at age 12 when I discovered Zechariah 14 where it says He’s coming back to the Mount of Olives, and His foot is going to touch the ground. Anyway, I went to Church faithfully for 30 years. And at the end of 30 years if you had asked me what the Rapture was I probably would have said a sensation you feel when your girlfriend kisses you. That’s about all I knew about it.
Tim Moore: Well, regarding even what Dave said about Amillennialism, obviously today many people both Catholics and most Protestants believe that we are living in the Millennial now, or that there will be no Millennium, and, so they believe in Amillennialism. What is your response to that? Are we in the Millennium now?
Daymond Duck: We are not in the Millennium now. First of all, I believe Amillennialism is a false teaching. Revelation 20:4 says the Tribulation Saints, the people who are killed during the Tribulation Period, will live and reign with Christ for a thousand years. Amillennialist say that doesn’t mean a thousand years, it means a long period of time. I say if Jesus meant a long period of time, He would have said a long period of time. Jesus said a thousand years, and that is a thousand years.
Nathan Jones: You even said it in your book, six times in Revelation 20, right, Jesus says, a thousand years, a thousand years, a thousand years.
Daymond Duck: I did. And it is a thousand years. Amillennialism, hard to say.
Nathan Jones: Yes.
Daymond Duck: Is wrong. You go to Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, the statue, and the head of gold, and chest and arms are silver, get down to the toes, and the rock that is Jesus Christ, comes and strikes that statue on his toes, it crumbles into dust, the wind blows it away. That rock, Jesus, and that is the Second Coming of Jesus, at the end of the Tribulation period, that rock Jesus grows into a great mountain and fills the whole earth, so, that is Premillennialism. It is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ before the Millennium; we haven’t had the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. We are not in the Millennium, it’s faulty.
David Reagan: Amillennialism is entirely based upon spiritualizing what the Bible says about the Second Coming. And the First Coming prophecies meant what they said, so why wouldn’t the Second Coming prophecies mean what they say?
Daymond Duck: They mean exactly what they say. And there is a difference between the Rapture and the Second Coming and all that, and in the Rapture we go up, in the Second Coming Jesus comes down and we come down with Him. In the Rapture Jesus remains in the air, and so on. We are talking different things, and they confuse the Rapture with the Second Coming.
David Reagan: Along that line I’m always reminded of Henry Morris the founder of the Institute for Creation Research and he wrote a wonderful commentary on Revelation called, “The Revelation Record.” At the very beginning he said, “The reason I wrote this book is because people tell me the book of Revelation is difficult to understand.” He said, “It is not difficult to understand, it is difficult to believe. If you will believe it you will understand it.” But people just spiritualize it to death.
Daymond Duck: Well, that’s wrong and it is false teaching. I like to tell people you’ve got Matthew 24 what Jesus said on the Sermon on the Mount, the Olivet Discourse. And I like to tell people that’s like a sermon. The book of Revelation is like a commentary on that sermon; and it explains things. Everything Jesus said there in the Olivet Discourse is over in the book of Revelation, with more detail and all, and you just follow the outline in the Olivet Discourse, and then just find more information about that in the book of Revelation.
Tim Moore: The other thing that is so true about the book of Revelation is you have to refer to the Old Testament where all those prophecies are laid out in the New. And the book of Revelation has so many cross references to Old Testament prophecies and how they are fulfilled in the end times. So really you have to be a student to be able to go to the Bible and let it define for itself exactly what even those symbols mean. But I really appreciate what you said about your grandson. I have to ask this question: What is his name?
Daymond Duck: His name is Ryan, Ryan Moulder.
Tim Moore: Ryan. Well, Ryan has wisdom beyond his years because the Lord says we have to have a child like faith. And obviously Ryan had faith, and so he believed, and therefore the understanding follows if we are willing to believe. And I appreciate Ryan showing as a model, just listening to you and reading the words that you were writing, as you said, his childlike faith led him to believe, and so understanding followed just like it would obviously for any adult.
Daymond Duck: The hard part wasn’t Ryan understanding the book of Revelation, it was the publisher, the TV people that didn’t want to put it on TV, they couldn’t believe an eight-year-old kid could be interviewed discussing the book of Revelation.
Nathan Jones: Well, Daymond I don’t understand Amillennialism, because Amillennialism steals a promise out of the Bible. And it is in Revelation 1:3 and you’re familiar with it, “Blessed is he who read, and those who hear the words of this prophecy and keep those things which are written in, for the time is near.” I mean that is a blessing in the book of Revelation if we read it, we take it to heart, then we will be blessed, it is a promise by God. But it seems like so many churches that of the Amillennial perspective are stealing that promise by not teaching Revelation.
Daymond Duck: I think they are standing in the way of people understanding the book of Revelation. People who will ask about the book of Revelation. They will be told, “Well, in 1988 some guy said the Rapture would be in 1988.” Or they’ll say, “Nobody understands it.” Or “Let’s don’t go overboard.” And then they hinder those people from studying the book of Revelation. What they should do, it is the responsibility of pastors, and Sunday School teachers and seminary professors and all of this to tell people what is in that book.
Nathan Jones: Yes.
Daymond Duck: We are living in perilous times, dangerous times, people need to know what the Bible says about the times that we are living in. And the book of Revelation helps.
Nathan Jones: I was just going to say to tack onto that the book of Revelation is Jesus Christ’s victory lap.
Daymond Duck: Yes.
Nathan Jones: As you were saying it’s got a lot of terrible stuff as He brings judgment upon the world, but it leads to like you said the Millennial Kingdom where Jesus is king over the earth. And why would you read a mystery novel, but then not read the last chapter and find out who done it? You know? Why would you read the Bible and not see Jesus Christ’s victory?
Daymond Duck: It has a lot of terrible stuff. But it also has a lot of good stuff.
David Reagan: Only good stuff for believers.
Daymond Duck: That’s right. That’s right.
Nathan Jones: Amen.
David Reagan: Daymond, I want to emphasize a point that Tim just made and that is you cannot understand New Testament end time Bible prophecy unless you know the Old Testament.
Daymond Duck: Exactly.
David Reagan: And most Christians don’t study the Old Testament, don’t know the Old Testament. Like the book of Daniel fits together with Revelation like a hand in a glove. So, that is one of the reasons there is so much of misunderstanding is the lack of knowledge of the Old Testament. Another one is the fact of Replacement Theology. The Bible emphasizes the fact, that it focuses on end time Bible prophecy on the Jewish people, and a Jewish kingdom that God is going to establish is going to reign over all the world. And if you don’t believe that God has any purpose left for the Jews, you’ve got to reinterpret that. So, for example you get to Revelation chapter 7 did you know that about 85% of all the commentaries say that in Revelation 7 when it talks about the 144,000 Jews that God is going to anoint, it says that is a symbol for the Church.
Daymond Duck: And that is totally wrong, the Church is not here. And He makes it quite plain that He is talking about 12,000 servants of God from the 12 tribes of Israel.
David Reagan: Don’t you think that God could have told us the Church if He meant the Church?
Daymond Duck: God says Church when He means Church, and He says Israel when He means Israel. And it’s not the other way. He’s not confused. He’s not mentally challenged.
Tim Moore: I think it’s ironic that in the season in which we live so many people have discounted even studying Revelation, and they wonder, well, what is the point of that? But using a football analogy it would be like watching a whole game and at the two minute warning to the end of the game turning the television off because you don’t care about the end.
David Reagan: Yeah.
Tim Moore: Well, a lot of crazy things are happening today because Satan knows that the end is coming quickly, and he doesn’t want people to study Revelation or understand how the whole thing ends up with the victory of Jesus Christ. But I appreciate you bringing to people’s attention understanding the book of Revelation.
David Reagan: And I hope you’ll keep emphasizing to people and every time you teach and preach that the book of Revelation can really be understood.
Daymond Duck: Yes, it can. It really can. Just take it literally and get you some good commentaries. Like I said a while ago, and you can understand it.
Nathan Jones: Or get your book.
Tim Moore: That’s it exactly.
Daymond Duck: I agree with what you all are saying you have to know the scriptures in the Old Testament, you let scripture interpret scripture. No scripture is of any private interpretation; we don’t say what it means, we search the Bible and let the Bible tell us what it means. You don’t just have to know the Old Testament, a lot of those symbols are explained in the book of Revelation itself, so you look for in the book of Revelation itself. There are only a few that I know of and not very many that are questionable, and we don’t have a scripture to tell us.
David Reagan: Well, folks, we are going to take a brief break right now and when we come back we are going to take a look at what I consider to be the strangest of all end time viewpoints, it is called Preterism and it maintains that all or nearly all of end time prophecy was fulfilled in 70 AD when the Romans destroyed Jerusalem and the Jewish temple.
Nathan Jones: Welcome back to Christ in Prophecy and our interview with Daymond Duck about Bible prophecy issues. Daymond, I’d like to ask you a question there is this really strange view, and it is called Preterism. It is supported by many people that take the Amillennial viewpoint. And it this idea that all of Bible prophecy, or at least most of it depending on if you are an extreme Preterist or not was fulfilled in 70 AD when the Romans conquered Jerusalem. What is your response to that?
Daymond Duck: A lot of people in west Tennessee would say, “Bologna.”
Nathan Jones: Bologna, okay, that is a simple answer.
Daymond Duck: There is no evidence of a seven year covenant of peace in the Middle East. There was no way to track all buying and selling, and these kinds of things. So, there are a lot of things that were not here that have to be here at the end times.
David Reagan: Well, extreme Preterist even argue that the return of Jesus occurred then invisibly.
Daymond Duck: Well, they are going to know when Jesus returns, I tell you.
David Reagan: What did they tell the disciples on the Mount of Olives when Jesus ascended into heaven? How was He going to come back?
Daymond Duck: He’s going to come back in the clouds.
David Reagan: In the same way, visibly.
Daymond Duck: The same way, yes.
David Reagan: And yet, they argue that He came back invisibly.
Daymond Duck: And they saw that He went up in the clouds, they could see Him go away.
Nathan Jones: Why do people support the Preterist view? I mean why would you say all Bible prophecy is done?
Daymond Duck: Not everybody that calls themselves a Christian is a Christian. Not everyone who talks–you know there are true prophets and there are false prophets. And the difference between a true prophet, and a false prophet is the true prophet he goes by the Word of God. The false prophet he starts saying things that contradict the Word of God. A lot of them use other literature also.
David Reagan: Another problem with the Preterist viewpoint is that it is based–the whole view depends on one thing, that the book of Revelation was written before 70 AD, and it was a prophecy about 70 AD. And all of history attests to the fact that it was written in 95 AD.
Daymond Duck: Yes, sir.
David Reagan: Not 70 AD.
Daymond Duck: Yes, sir, I believe that it was written in 95.
David Reagan: And yet, the view cannot exist if the book of Revelation was written in 95 AD.
Daymond Duck: That’s right. It’s a book of prophecy, it is not a book of history. And John tells you five times in that book that it is a book of prophecy.
David Reagan: Well, they argue it is a book of prophecy, but they say the prophecies were about the destruction of the temple in 70 AD, therefore the book had to be written before 70 AD. And it wasn’t.
Nathan Jones: No, it is very well attested by the early Church Fathers to have been written in 95 AD.
Daymond Duck: The book of Revelation doesn’t talk about the destruction of a temple, but it does talk about a rebuilt temple.
Tim Moore: I appreciate what you say about the false teachers and false prophets coming in, even in the day and age of John he wrote about it. Jude wrote about it. He said, “I wanted to talk to you about the basics of the faith, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but I must be involved in having you to contend earnestly, because you are following after false teachers.” Already in the First Century, and leading people astray. And to this day too many are led astray by crazy ideas like this that the Lord has already come, and what era we are living in. So, I appreciate your clarifying that very clearly, and I know in your book as well.
Daymond Duck: Yes, I believe He says what He meant, and He meant what He says.
Tim Moore: Amen to that. Well, you know speaking of the season of the Lord’s return, Daymond, a lot of people think that we can’t know the day or the age so there is no point in talking about Jesus Christ return, that is not something He has any interest in us studying. But we believe that we can know the season of the Lord’s return, which is why He provided Revelation, it is not a testimony or revelation of John the apostle, it is a Revelation of Jesus Christ, given to John to share with us. What do you say in your book, and what do you tell people when you proclaim this message?
Daymond Duck: I believe that we know when it is getting close. The Bible clearly says that we can know when it is getting close. And there are things to watch for, the convergence of all of the prophecies, Israel, Jerusalem will be a cup of trembling and a burdensome stone for the whole world. And we are seeing a lot of this coming on the scene now.
Nathan Jones: Oh, yeah.
David Reagan: Yeah, I always point out that there are many, many prophecies about the signs that the Bible gives us about the end times, so many in fact I found for years it was like trying to nail Jell-O to the wall, I just couldn’t get a handle on it. And finally, I put them into categories. So, there are signs of nature. There are signs of society. There are signs of spiritual both positive and negative. There are signs of technology. There are signs of world politics. There are signs of Israel. And as you pointed out, bang, they’re all coming together now in convergence for the first time ever.
Daymond Duck: Amen. That’s right. And some of these signs, like the ability to track all buying and selling, that is required. Electricity, and barcodes, and all this kind of stuff, satellite and rockets, and things, these inventions didn’t exist back prior to 70 AD, but they do exist today.
David Reagan: Or just consider Revelation chapter 11 where it says the two witnesses are going to be killed and lie on the streets of Jerusalem for three-and-a-half days and then be resurrected, and the whole world will watch it.
Daymond Duck: Yes.
David Reagan: How could that be before the mid 1960’s when we finally had satellite television.
Daymond Duck: That’s right, it could not be. But it can be today. It can literally happen today.
Nathan Jones: Oh, goodness, yeah.
David Reagan: We’ve seen them all come together.
Nathan Jones: Everybody could just pull out their cellphones and watch.
Daymond Duck: And now in China you got like face scans.
Nathan Jones: Oh, the social currency they’ve got?
Daymond Duck: China just passed a law; they can’t make telephones over there anymore unless it scans your face. They know where we are, they know where that telephone is and all of that.
Tim Moore: You know Nathan is talking about a smartphone, but I appreciate even the subtitle of your book, The Smart Guide to the Bible. And quite frankly a lot of people discount Revelation, it is a playground for fanatics. But really a Christian who is determined to understand what the God– what God has clearly revealed for us to understand is going to be smart to go to His Word in believing faith, believing that they can understand. And as, Nathan said, claiming the promise of Revelation itself.
Daymond Duck: I would like to go back to something we said just a little bit earlier, the book of Revelation is a commentary on Matthew chapter 24. And if you are going to throw out the book of Revelation then you need to throw out the Olivet Discourse from the book of Matthew. You need to throw out what is about it in the book of Luke. You need to throw out what is about it in the book of Mark. And you got all kinds of problems because those things mentioned in Matthew, Mark and Luke are in the book of Revelation.
David Reagan: You also have to thrown out most of Isaiah.
Daymond Duck: Yes, sir.
David Reagan: Because if you want to find out about the Millennium you don’t find out about the Millennium by reading the book of Revelation, all it gives us is the information that is going to last a thousand years.
Tim Moore: Yes.
David Reagan: All the information, detailed information, about the Millennium is found in the Old Testament particularly in the book of Isaiah.
Daymond Duck: Yes, it is. It is.
Nathan Jones: I was surprised to find out that there are 404 verses in the book of Revelation, but 800 allusions to Old Testament.
Tim Moore: Yes.
Nathan Jones: I mean really, it’s the capstone, it sums up the entire–
David Reagan: And not a single one is identified, not a single one. You know in Matthew, Matthew is always saying, “As it says in.” “As it says in Jeremiah.” “As it says in Isaiah.” But there is not one reference in the book of Revelation to the Old Testament except it quotes it.
Daymond Duck: Yes.
David Reagan: But it doesn’t say what it is.
Daymond Duck: Yes.
David Reagan: So, you have to know the Old Testament to know that.
Daymond Duck: Yes. And the man that wrote the book of Revelation, I’m talking about John, and Jesus is the main writer, John is just the human writer. This is the same John that wrote 1, 2, and 3 John. Same John that wrote the Gospel of John. Same John that said, “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son.” The same John that said, “Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life.” And this kind of thing. It’s not some fanatic, it’s the John that Jesus entrusted with His mother Mary.
Nathan Jones: Amen.
Tim Moore: I think the fact that you just said Jesus was the author. When Jesus was tested, when He was tempted by the Devil He cited Scripture. So, as he is providing Jesus’ revelation to the world through the Apostle John, he’s citing Scripture because it is the Word of God. And Jesus is using the Word of God to proclaim this revelation through the Apostle John in the book of Revelation. It’s a beautiful statement.
Daymond Duck: It is.
David Reagan: Well, Daymond, many people believe the Rapture and the Second Coming are the same event. What about it?
Daymond Duck: They are not the same event. The Rapture is before the Tribulation period, the Second Coming is after the Tribulation period.
David Reagan: Well, how do we know that?
Nathan Jones: They are described differently aren’t they?
Daymond Duck: They are described differently. Yes. The Second Coming–the Rapture the Church goes up into Heaven, we are not here. The Second Coming we come back with Jesus at the Second Coming. At the Rapture peace is removed from this earth; at the Second Coming peace is brought back to this earth, Jesus Christ. At the Rapture the Antichrist is allowed to rise; at the Second Coming you got Jesus goes on the throne and sits on the throne in Jerusalem.
David Reagan: And furthermore, there is no purpose for the Church during the Tribulation, is there?
Daymond Duck: Oh, the Church is in Heaven. We are worshipping. We are reunited with our loved ones. Reunited with Jesus, and all this kind of thing. And then God calls these 144,000, you have the greatest evangelism that the world has ever known. Multitudes are coming to Jesus Christ and this kind of thing.
David Reagan: But the focus of the book of Tribulation is really the Jewish people.
Daymond Duck: It is. Well, you go back to Daniel’s prophecy, Israel has to go through all Seventy Weeks of Daniel, and the Tribulation period is the 70th week of Daniel.
Tim Moore: Time of Jacob’s Trouble.
David Reagan: So, it is to bring the Jewish people to repentance and acceptance of Yeshua as their Messiah.
Daymond Duck: Yes it is. And all prophecy cannot be fulfilled until you get Israel through that Tribulation period.
Nathan Jones: I love what you brought up about Daniel 2 with Nebuchadnezzar’s vision, and Jesus Christ is the stone that destroys the line of human governments, human empires so that His stone, His mountain fills the whole world. So, we know that from the book of Revelation that that’s the end of human government, Satan through human government dominating the world. It is going to be Jesus Christ. And I love what you always say, it is a time of peace, and righteousness, and justice. I get so excited because I just can’t wait until that happens.
Daymond Duck: And don’t miss the point that is Pre-Millennialism. It is the rock coming back before the whole earth is filled with the Kingdom.
Nathan Jones: Absolutely. Great point.
David Reagan: Yeah, the idea of Post-Millennialists is that the Church itself is going to conquer the world, take over the world, and rule for a thousand years. Then Jesus will come back, and we will present the kingdom to Him.
Daymond Duck: Yeah.
David Reagan: That’s got it backwards.
Daymond Duck: That’s got it backwards. It has.
Nathan Jones: That’s a view that really has risen lately, too. A lot of churches believe that they are going to evangelize the world for Christ. Now, that was prophesied right?
Daymond Duck: They are not doing very good at it are they?
Tim Moore: No, not lately.
David Reagan: Well, that’s why I tell Amillennialists when they say, “We are living in the Millennium now.” Arnold Fruchtenbaum a Messianic Jew always says, “Well if we are, I’m living in the slum area of it.” And I always say, “If we are, then Jesus is doing a very poor job of reigning.”
Daymond Duck: Well, this is the good news that you just mentioned. You know we are in a mess.
David Reagan: To say the least.
Daymond Duck: A lot of people that don’t know anything about the Bible, they know that the world is in a mess.
Nathan Jones: Yeah, it’s obvious.
Daymond Duck: And Jesus is going to put an end to this mess.
Tim Moore: I think there is a great promise that is repeated throughout Scripture, but even in the book of Hebrews, we don’t know the author but the writer in one of my favorite passages says, “That we should consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking the assembling together as bodies of Christ, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the day drawing near.” So, it is taken for granted that we should recognize that this day, the season of the Lord’s return, is drawing near and providing encouragement. Which is why you being here today is such an encouragement to us, and our viewers to make sure that we recognize that we are living in the season of the Lord’s return.
David Reagan: You know Daymond, one of the things that I want to mention as we close is that my favorite story about you. And that is a church was going to have you as a speaker, and they wanted to get as many people out as possible. And they came up with the idea of running a feature ad in the newspaper with your picture and what you were going to speak on. And they put at the top, “Have you Ever Heard a Duck Talk?” And people came. Now, Daymond would you look right into that camera in front of you and tell people how they can get in touch with you, and your ministry.
Daymond Duck: Well, I believe you will be putting up my e-mail address on the screen.
David Reagan: Yes. So that’s the best way through your e-mail address?
Daymond Duck: Yes, that’s the best way. Yes.
David Reagan: And how about this wonderful book of yours? The Book of Revelation.
Daymond Duck: Amazon.com, or if you can get the IBN number off of someone else’s book, just about any bookstore can order it.
David Reagan: That’s our program for today. Stay tuned and we will tell you how you can get a book that answers all the questions we dealt with today. I hope our program has been a blessing to you, and I hope the Lord willing that you will be back with us next week. Until then this is Dave Reagan speaking for Lamb & Lion Ministries saying, “Look up, be watchful, for our redemption is drawing near.”