The Tribulation calendar moves ever closer to the halfway point, which the two witnesses call “the due time.” Meanwhile, the fourth Trumpet Judgment strikes the solar system, crippling life on earth. The next three judgments are to be so much worse than anything that has come before that an angel flies about heaven, warning the earth of the three woes. The fifth Trumpet Judgment, a plague of scorpion-like locusts led by Apollyon, chief demon of the abyss, is so horrifying that men try to kill themselves but are not allowed to die.
©2000 Tim LaHaye (P)1998 Books In Motion
This Book 5 of the Series Continues to Keep you on the edge of your "seat" What great writers....drawing prophecy from the Bible and using their imaginations to make the listener feel as though they are a character in this audio book. Hope this book makes you think about your future too...better not be Left Behind.
I have listened to this series several times and really like it. IT is encouraging and though I have had it many years I get a hankering for this type of non- fiction that makes you think about the possibilities. If a reader is considering this series I can tell you that I have a few hundred books, many are series and I have listened to this series in total probably 7-8 times its good😃👍
Great book!! I listen to all the left behind series at least six times now maybe on the seventh good job Tim and Jerry. & a thank you to Audible for making easy to listen to a good book and work at the same time
It strengthens me as a Christian to live a life pleasing to God when I hear such a story about those who will have to endure the tribulation. I feel the weight and importance of sharing the good news of Jesus. Only God knows when Christ will return. Could be any day now.
I loved the books, but hated the narrator. it sounded like he never researched how the people should sound. would have rather he just read the book and not talk like he thought they should sound.
Its so clear all the things that are happening and why. The characters show great Faith and Courage. So far I have loved every book in the series. The reader did get a bit ahead of himself in this one, but has done a fantastic job throughout. Thank you. :)
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