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How can you see signs in the heavens if you do not know how to read them? The scriptures talk about events surrounding Jesus Christ that were represented by astronomical signs and about future events marking his second coming. It must be remembered that in the Book of Mormon, Samuel the Lamanite was not the president of the Church, nor was he a prophet, Nephi was. So clearly anyone can read the signs if they know how to interpret them properly. In this book I break down every astronomical occurrence. I tell its historical context and how they are to be interpreted by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. And I give examples of actual fulfillments of signs in the heavens.

©2016 Travis Wayne Goodsell (P)2016 Travis Wayne Goodsell

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I saw the sign, and it opened up my mind

I am not a member of the church of LDS, but I am a funeral director, and I tend to read a lot of books on various religions so that I have a good grasp of it when I encounter a member of a different faith. I found this book to be interesting, and full of information I had never heard of before. I've known a few mormons, and have a good grasp on their religion, but this was all new to me. I would imagine that actual members of the church would fnd this to be fascinating.

Clinger is clan in his narration delivery, he is easy to follow, easy to understand, and pronounces EVERYTHING clearly. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like mewill decide based on my review.

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The narration of this book was terrible and extremely hard to listen to. The information was not what I was expecting either.

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