I also have this in book form, but I've enjoyed the spoken words
This has opened my eyes to understand just where we stand in this
The changes that have already be made here will effect all of us
and there's still a very short time to make changes to get us back where
We should still be !
A must read! Captivating from the start to end - eye-opening revelation of God's word and the unfolding of each harbinger.
That is certainly an interesting way to get people to understand the will of God (I'm speaking about the narrative). Although, I think the Gospel would be a better message to speak of rather than the message about the harbinger (I'm speaking about the narrative and our real world). Hebrews 1:1-4 makes pretty clear that the message we should be hearing and proclaiming is the one that came from Jesus. I did enjoy doing some fact checking throughout the story. That was fun. Another note; I thought it was a glaring mistake for the narrative to state the position of the soul after death. Towards the end, the prophet tells Nouriel that the soul is eternal. Either it lives on forever in heaven or in hell. The reality is, the Bible never makes that claim. Instead it makes claims like John 3:16, "... That whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life." The word perish is finite. Jesus did not say shall perish eternally. Instead He reserves the eternal for life. Matthew 10:28, Jesus says, "be afraid of the One who can destroy both body and soul in hell." The word destroy means to cease to function or exist. The fires of hell will consume every soul. Eternity is only for those in Christ.
Tell us about yourself! born Jan 1944, widowed, had a life full of experiences that formed my views of (everything). Love audio books
ranks high against factual books I've listened to and had me checking facts in the real world, I even looked for this last financial (stock market) losses because of it. The character was hard to follow sometimes but the whole theme had a lot to say.
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Mysterious Guardian Angel
You need to commit to this story to the end in order to reap the information you gain from it. It will never make an impact unless you listen to all the details and follow to the end.
The narrator needs to distinguish between the different voices. It was very often difficult to understand which character was talking. I don't think writers should narrate their own books.