Introducing “The 12 Books of Christ Within” The reason for the words of the books of “Christ Within” is found in the books of the Bible where Jesus said, “These things have I spoken unto you in proverbs: but the time cometh, when I shall no more speak unto you in proverbs, but I shall shew you plainly of the Father” (Jn. 16: 25). “Christ Within” outlines “plainly” God’s detailed plan to salvage His people from this world, and the processes of the planned destruction of this world. Though it has its short and long roots in the books of the Bible, the two are comparable in that they contain words of God passing through human vessels. Yet, the two cannot trade places because they were sent for different purposes. The words of the Bible were sent as provisions for man in this world; “Christ Within” shall destroy this world and save man from the world and its woes. It is the Word of God that had been sent to lift man out of this world to the place where God is. By a very bold, daring and extensive interpretation, the words of “Christ Within” are exactly the words Jesus would have spoken in his time if he had spoken plainly to us. They are exactly the words he would speak, if he should come today for the second time, even in the third time, if necessary. Christ is an incorruptible spirit of God and he is not likely to change his words and footprints no matter how many times he is expected to come. Do you believe in the resurrection from the dead, the Second Coming, the rapture, immortality to all God’s creatures, end of time, freedom from all sicknesses, diseases and deformities, and in all the many other promises of Christ to us? You must believe in life; the promise of life and everlasting youthfulness is the one single most important legacy Christ promised us. Without life any other promise is meaningless. In Christ death –spiritual and physical death-- is an anomaly and all who believe in him must see death for what it is. Christ teaches that no gift or promise of God can be found in this world. This world is no treasure field for the promises of God because this world is already marked for destruction with all things in it. Yet all promises of God to us are in one place waiting to be discovered. It is at that same certain place that we have the destruction of the world also known as the desolation of the abominations. Thereafter, like treasures hidden in a field, all the promises of God are uncovered for his people. If we build our cathedrals high enough to touch the sky, and buy musical instruments that would reach the heavens, or we sing songs of adoration and idol praise worship to Jesus, we are only doing what we have done for more than two thousand years and which distances us further from our God. What we need is just that one right short move of faith and courage – if we seek to connect with all that our God has done for us, we must look in an unusual place. “Christ Within” is that unusual place. Between the first and the twelfth book and in “forty days” you have all the promises of the living Christ staring you in the face. This is that one effective step out of this world, for the world to be destroyed, and for us to inherit all his promises. The words of the books of Christ Within are the last, final and plain interpretations of the words spoken in parables, innuendos, and symbolic footprints by Jesus.