Julie Rowe's first book, A Greater Tomorrow, told of her near-death experience in 2004. During her visit to the Spirit World, she was shown a panorama of the Earth's history and future. In this new volume, Julie focuses on giving additional details about the future events she was shown and how we can best prepare for them.
Julie shares what she saw concerning:
Throughout the book Julie stresses that we must not delay our preparations. These events are not far off, and The Time Is Now will help you be ready for what awaits us.
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I know it couldn't be easy, but I am glad you shared your experiences. It is helping me understand better how to prepare both physically and emotionally. Of course spiritually, too. I really liked the way you quoted prophesy and scriptures concerning these difficult times. It certainly explains many mysteries about the latter days.
Again thank you for publishing this book.
She's again the voice of warning to be prepared for the events prior to the second coming of Jesus Christ. I thank her for her research of the Scriptures and the warnings of prophets since the restoration of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints who have also repeatedly given information for us to be prepared for the time is near...
I have listened on audio three books in the series a greater tomorrow, Julie Rowe's books. while I like the content in the books, the narrator has not much inflection and so it starts to sound almost monotone. I do like the books, I think they are insightful and organized pretty well. good job.
I believe that the events described by Sister Rowe will happen, or some close variation. if nothing else, it has become quite apparent through reading her books that I am not as prepared as I should be and have much work yet to do. I have a fire burning within me that wasn't there before to prepare spiritually, and for that I am grateful.
narration slightly bland, but still done well, smooth. Fascinating story to help people get prepared for what's coming, if they choose to believe.
other than the narrator being kind of boring the story was ok and seemed plausible. A little depressing but believable and possible the way politics are going these days.
Love how this incorporates so much scripture, doctrine and quotes from the prophets. What really helped me was praying as I read this and
my reading my scriptures along side it to further study the topic. I am so grateful for this book.
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