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How is our generation so different from every other that came before us, who thought that they would be the ones to experience the Rapture and witness Christ's return?
In our generation, 25 percent of the world is anti-Semitic. Christians are the most persecuted faith group globally. Worldwide terrorism has reached an all-time high. The Nation of Israel has been reborn. The nations of the world are coming against God's holy city, Jerusalem. Israel's latter-day enemies are rising up and allying together, just as the Holy Bible prophesied they would.
We have witnessed rare and historic blood moons and solar eclipses and have even heard trumpet sounds emanating from the heavens. We have experienced some of the most powerful earthquakes in recorded history. Hurricanes are breaking records for size, intensity, and duration. Over 60 million babies have been murdered through abortion. LGBT pride is fueling a sexual revolution and a global rebellion against God.
Christian leaders and churches are turning their backs on the word of God. "Generation Z" is the least Christian generation in history.
This audiobook delves deep into each of these signs, which are exclusive to our generation, and so much more. Believers and nonbelievers alike will lift up their eyes to the sky after hearing the extremely captivating information, life-changing messages, and amazing revelations contained in this audiobook.
Prepare to have your Faith in Christ's return strengthened more than ever before!
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Overall good, but author needs to research better
I found this audiobook to be accurate pretty much, but there was one thing that disturbed me. I found that the author did not do his full research regarding a statement he made concerning Colin Kaepernick, a professional football player, wherein he indicated that it was odd that Colin Kaepernick, a "black" football player was praised for kneeling on one knee when Tim Tebow, another football player was chastised for praying. I agree that Tim should not have been chastised for praying, but what this author failed to correctly mention was that Colin was kneeling for social justice and equality, Colin was kicked out of the NFL league for this, and the author seemed to be making it seem as if a "black" football player was getting praised, when the other Christian white player was being treated unfairly. I will also say, he mentioned Colin as being "black", while there was no mention of Tim's race. What was his reason for mentioning the race of the black person? We in the body of Christ, need to be careful that we not portray bigotry, which is not of God, and see every human being the same, made in the image of God. There is an evil agenda prevalent today with the aim to cause racial division in the world. Christians need to be careful how we represent Christ, to only state the facts. lest we sound like the world and participate in their evil deeds.
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