There are 1,000 prophecies in the Bible, so it's natural to wonder: Have any prophecies been fulfilled? Do they really explain the future? Can we really know what will happen at the end of time?
With succinct and clear answers to the most frequently asked questions, David Jeremiah decodes and clarifies prophecy for the average person. He explains in simple lay terms what could otherwise be mysterious and even frightening, allowing listeners to gain a balanced and assuring perspective on the significance of prophetic events to their personal lives as believers in Christ. Jeremiah also helps listeners understand how prophecy is directly related to world events today.
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I appreciate pastor David Jeremiah. His wisdom and understanding of the Word of God is simply amazing. The narrator did a decent job of providing the content but I would have much preferred to hear pastor David Jeremiah himself. If you have any questions regarding end-times prophecy, heaven, Israel and the promises of Jesus Christ, I encourage you to purchase this audiobook and listen. "He who has an ear to hear let him hear".
The author touches on the very basics. It is an excellent resource book. This is a must have for t
he Christian library
Dr Makes it very simple To understand. He touches on all things of the end times
Dr. David Jeremiah was extremely thorough in this book. It is doctrinally correct. The truth of this matter is that the end is near. I would not doubt that after the generation of people who are about 40-50 pass away, the younger generation (1990s) will be so stained by the worlds influence that the idea of Jesus will be thought to be a fairy tale. I believe he is coming back in the next 2 or 3 decades maybe sooner or later. I think it depends on the submission of the believers to Gods will. There is so much doctrinal error in the mouths of believers that the thought that they are apostate crosses my mind.
The end is near but have heart and take courage because Jesus is Lord of all and will not forsake His children. Amen
I really enjoyed Dr Jeremiah's book, but who hired the voice talent? I was heavily distracted by his constant reading of references such as "Mark 4:21" as "Mark, Book 4, Verse 21". BOOK? I can't imagine Mr Nelson has never heard of "chapter and verse", yet every time there was a 4:21 type reference, he read it as Book and Verse. There are times he says things such as "in the 5th Chapter of Mark..." etc., but that seems to be where the word "Chapter" is actually written out.
Very strange listening, since there are many many chapter and verse references throughout this book.
Still lots of very good info. Thanks Dr. Jeremiah. (and I, too, would have rather heard him read this)
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