Entertaining and Informative!
A Dramatic,Twenty-One Chapter,
Audio Book That Wrestles with the
Questions Of Skeptics and Believers.
We have been rightly called the exponential generation. Every prophetic sign is ramping up before our eyes. These are truly perilous and exciting times. In addition to the rapid increase in knowledge and transportation, we are witnessing many monumental events: A global government emerging, global tracking technology in place, lawlessness and terrorism at record levels, the Middle East in turmoil, environmental devastation of biblical proportions, etc. Besides all this, interest in the occult realm is sweeping the globe and reported paranormal activity is mushrooming.
Posted by VSV on May 23rd 2015
This is a very well done dramatic end-time story, with a curious blend of
Marian devotion and extra-terresterial visitation. A young Catholic couple begin to question their own faith when brother Steven repeatedly reminds them that the Bible's end-time prophecies are coming true. Danielle is drawn to and comforted by the messages from Mary; her husband is fascinated by the possibility of demonic deception from extra-terrestrials. Once the rapture occurs, it is interesting to hear the numerous explanations from religious "experts" and the media. But Steven, of course, isn't there to set them straight. Although some might consider the story anti-Catholic, there are Catholic characters in the story that are depicted as genuine believers in Christ. I would have preferred that the gospel is presented in a more straightforward fashion - since the couple believe themselves to be saved, one would think they would be openly questioning why they missed the rapture. Steven does tell them that they need to follow Christ, but he should have made it clear that they need to repent and trust in Him alone.
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