This audiobook ranks up at the top of my library.
The feel of destiny that this book gives is amazing.
Maybe if the characters don't repeat themselves and each other so much.
Not sure, I didn't finish listening to the book. No opinion.
This book is very informative and enlightening. I enjoyed listening to the audiobook. The Narrator did an ok job with reading it but there were times that I was confused between characters.
Well read presentation about history and how it is repeating itself, A very disturbing look at our failing nation, it's leadership and how the masses follow the wrong path for the nation and America!
The supporting facts from the history from 2500 years ago and how this nation follows the ancient biblical history of Isreal as a nation turned from God
No, the entire book was fascinating and very well read by the author.
Narration was good. Not good enough to overcome the awful climax of this story. It's as if I were on this never ending scavenger hunt, where the grand prize was a religious sermon. The poor woman he was telling the story to would have stood up and said "at first I thought you were nuts, but now I'm sure of it. Get out!" Look, It did not translate as it was intended to. Not as awe-striking as the the writer believed. Over dramatizing the listeners reactions cheapened the experience. The connections went from interesting in the beginning to monotonous, and just kept on. But the biggest offense to me was the perspective that the World Trade Center tragedy was driven by "God" letting us know we had lost our way and this is our punishment. That is irresponsible to say the very least. No, it's not the overly religious freaks that bombed the World Trade Center. The ones that believe in the same kind of religious propaganda this book is slinging. Fear mongering is old school, threats of eternal damnation is flat out medieval. You religious fanatics need to step up your game.It's crap like this that turns people away from religion and will most likely turn them away from this book.
If the author really has received a prophecy, why does he have to put it in the form of a novel? Why not just spell out exactly what the prophecy is? I kept having this thought as I tried to listen to the book. I got about 3/4 of the way through and had to move on.
I usually don't listen to these types of books but this one caught my attention. After reading most of the reviews I decided no because I thought it was just going to preachify but then got it anyway out of curiosity. I'm glad I did. I found that it was very interesting and was read well. The main point I got out of this story was not about the events or dates as much as just a pure and simple reminder. This story is worth a listen.
It's the only one I have listened to.
It wasn't what I expected, I felt it was very monotone.
They should be identical as it is the unabridged version I listened to. The story is almost always better when told by the author, though.
The truth of God's Word.
He made the story personal. Experience always trumps mere acting in my estimation.
From Blessings to Curses
The truth speaks through this book. A must-hear to anyone of faith or wondering about the direction of our nation and why it is on the course it currently is travelling.