You need to know what is coming and why! Listen up everybody. This here is the book that might just get you through the trials and tribulations of post-apocalypse earth. Learn how to distinguish hell-spawn from abandoned sinners as well as learn to cook delicious recipes from the rancid food sources that might be available in such a loathsome, sorrowful world. Seriously, you know you sin all day everyday, and you know you're gonna need this book. Good luck after the apocalypse, sinner!
The end time is coming and this book will challenge readers. These events will begin with more acts of terrorism along with natural disasters. Thes and other events will certainly be unpleasant to
ponder, but the reality will prove to be many times worse. The action you take now could potentially help your loved ones survive.
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REally a must for end time reading..
interesting & a bit scary. almost dont want to part with it, but will anyway.
this was a really interesting book
Very interesting reading.
This is the first book that I have read written by this author and I have found that while the book is well written and fairly easy to understand, the point of view is most certainly quite far from most of the other biblical prophecy books available. I would recommend that beginners start with some of the more conventional biblical prophecy books currently available and move on to read this author once some basic concepts are understood.
The author takes the point of view that the Rapture of the believers will NOT take place prior to the beginning of the Tribulation Period but rather only the 144,000 spoken of in Revelations will be taken by the Son of G-d on his coming return. Many other current biblical prophecy books take the view that all believers (dead and alive) will be raptured before Tribulation starts.
One of the primary concerns addressed by the author covers the worship practices of both Christians and Jews. He writes that Jewish practice of Passover is not conducted on the correct (his interpretation) day that is instructed by the Torah. He also points out that most Christians worship on the incorrect day of the week - every week. G-d instructs his people to worship on the 7th day and Sunday is NOT the 7th day. A quite complete written proof is provided to substantiate this claim.
Read this book with an open mind....do not let any current beliefs get in the way of understanding the point of view taken by the author.
And above all, please do not do what a previous reader of my copy did....so displeased with the author's point of view that there are not just notes in the margins but negative red pen comments covering complete sections of the text. For a member of ppbk swap.com, that is a real no-no!!