Prophecy Checklist over One Hundred Bible Prophecies Counting Down to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ
AuthorHouse, 12. veebr 2008 - 164 pages
This millennial age opened with airwaves and newspapers filled with shocking events. Weather has become so tumultuous thatflooding is commonplace, scores of tornadoes touching down in an evening, tsunamis and fierce hurricanes destroying coastal regions, and global record setting temperatures.Small nations defy powerful ones by detonating nuclear weapons against stern warnings. First world nations are threatened by the seepage of nuclear arms into the hands of terrorists.Theatomic scientists Doomsdays Clock inched to within five minutes ofthe midnight of humanitys destruction. America experienced its first Mid-East terrorist attack, for her alliance with Israel. Afterwards, the U.S. initiated an unprovoked attack on Iraq perplexing world leaders. The Middle East is the epicenter of international turmoil with Israels very existence openly threatened by certain Arab states.The social landscapehas changed with the gay rights movement international successwith governments recognizing the rights of humans to live apart from the sexual mores of the Abrahamic based religions.Withincreasing frequency, terrorism toward Israelisin God's name turn peaceful shopping trips, wedding days, and ordinary bus rides in Israel into fearful sights of unspeakable carnage. CNN andThe New York Timesreport that anasteroid isheading toward earth. Is all this coincidental? No. Thousands of years ago, Jewish prophets recorded that all these events, and more, would converge in the generation that would see Israel become a nation which occurred in May 1948. Prophecies heard in church are now seen on television, the wests war with Iraqs leader and its soon defeat of Irans leader was predicted thousands of years before Christ by the Jewish prophet Daniel famed for his lions den escape in Iraq. Using Jewish prophecies, this book is a barometer of world conditionscountdown of this age.
Foreword in honor of Larry King of CNN