The return of the long-lost ten tribes, a new Jerusalem being built, heavenly messengers from beyond this life.... It may sound like fantasy, but according to the scriptures, all of these things will really come to pass before our Savior comes again. In fact, these signs were designed by the Lord to alert true believers to his imminent return. The question is, Will you recognize the signs?
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If it was the actual book and not a talk.
That this is not the actual book
That he is speaking himself
I would have purchased the whole book
Please refund my purchase.
I learned quite a bit and enjoyed the conversational tone that Brother Ridges has. Will be listening again to take notes. Definitely recommend.
I would recommend the printed book, yes; but not this audio recording.
This audio version is a recording of David giving a talk. I would have replaced it with David narrating his book.
David is a good speaker and I like what I learned from this audio recording, but I expected to hear a book narration, not a talk. Nothing on Audible.com's website for this book indicated that it was a talk. Furthermore, this recording only covers about 35 of the author's interpretations of the signs of the times. I'm very disappointed, Audible.
Thoroughly enjoyed this lecture. Wished it was the whole book instead of just an hour or so of lecture. Very pleasant narration. My wife also loved it and was bummed when it was over.
A tremendous amount of research was necessary to list the Signs of the Times as found throughout the Bible and LDS scripture. The author gives references and scriptures for each of the given 65 signs. Excellent in content. Students of scripture will do well to listen to this tape.
I've read many books about the signs of the times because I have long awaited for this period. I urge you to listen to this book and follow along in the scriptures. God bless.
This is a very informative talk but not a reading of the book. Still very informative to listen to, but not what I expected. I'd love an update from Brother David Ridges since the 2009 publication. There has been some additional information but this still stands up.
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