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- Print Length: 254 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1430313838
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- Publication Date: October 4, 2010
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00466HZ5W
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I don't believe he speculates at all but lays down many possible scenarios that combine and harmonize the scriptures with the Jewish feast days. Most books focus on one or another but the author knows that they both have to be fulfilled and shows some possibilities on how they could be. Great job and a valuable resource for those who want to be prepared for what's to come.
I enjoyed the book, but feel that the author really tried to predict when all the end time would begin. He did state on several of his predictions that he is just "assuming" that it would all begin at certain times. One prediction (2009) has clearly passes and we are not in tribulation. I do agree that we are probably the generation that will see Christ return and rapture His church. I also agree that people should not get hung up on difference of opinions that are usually minor.
I felt it was well written, but some things were repeated. All and all its not a bad book, and early the author is trying to wake unbelievers and disobedient Christians before it's to late.
this book confirmed strengthened those, especially concerning the authors conclusions about America in the
final days. I also liked the fact that the author had more than one scenario for the future. It allowed for modifications
as history accumulates and we observe more and more signs for the future outcome. Nobody has it perfect but
this book, even though 5 years old still has strong validity for the coming end times.