• God's Guide to the End Times

  • The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Plain English
  • By: William Luke
  • Narrated by: Chad Tindale
  • Length: 1 hr and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 01-10-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: William J. Luke
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Includes free giant (11x56 inch) full-color chart via download or email.

Hear in plain English what God has revealed concerning the end of the world, including:

  • The intense trial that is to come upon the world to clarify the faith of unfaithful Christians - and how we can avoid it
  • The terrible trouble that is to come upon the world to prove the defiance of unrepentant people - and why they will not escape it
  • The divine judgement that awaits every person to decide the destiny of all humanity - and exactly who will go where, when, and why

This is the audiobook of Revelation in plain English - all the metaphorical language is translated. All the informative interludes are clarified. And every who, what, where, when, and why is answered.

Christ says that this trial, trouble, and judgement will come upon the world abruptly, all of a sudden, without warning. Be informed, so that you can be prepared.

Whether you are a church leader, a Bible believer, or a person yet in search of the Truth, God’s Guide to the End Times will once and for all resolve any ignorance, misunderstanding, or curiosity that you may have concerning God’s plan for the end times.

Includes free giant chart.

©2016 William J. Luke (P)2018 William J. Luke

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Interesting story, great narration, BUT . . .

as a listener who holds an M.Div from Liberty University, I would be remiss if I didn't call into question some of the "interpretive license" that the author takes throughout this work. Although this makes for both an interesting and entertaining reading of the Book of Revelation, there is certainly plenty of room to question the theology behind the interpretation of many of the metaphors and symbolism. I do not think this is the venue to get into debate over these, and there is certainly room for questioning any and all readings of Revelation, that is what makes it such a challenging book for even the most serious of biblical scholars.

That being said, I did enjoy the author's take on the book which was made even more pleasant of a listen by Chad Tindale's near flawless narration. So, I rated the STORY as being 5-stars, along with the PERFORMANCE also being 5-stars. However, I dropped the OVERALL rating to only 3-stars because I think the way the book is presented can be very misleading (dangerously so) to a reader that has little or no biblical training. I do not think the author is intentionally trying to give other Christians false teachings, but one should err on the side of caution when making such sweeping claims about the revelations of Jesus Christ through the writing of His servant, John, as conveyed in a series of symbolic visions that exhibit the influence of OT prophecies received by Daniel, Ezekiel, and Zechariah. It would be somewhat akin to giving a reader directions as to how to prepare spaghetti and meatballs, along with how to broil a steak, then setting them loose in the kitchen of a 5-star restaurant and thinking they have a grasp on what's in store for them. :)

Anyway, overall I enjoyed the story and author's perspective and interpretation of what the end times may look like. Regardless of the details, I know I am on the "winning" side as I am confident the author is, as well. Besides, we'll have eternity to chat about how it ends up going down :)

I would recommend this book to those that have a decent understanding of the Bible and particularly the book of Revelation. I would also recommend it to non-Christians as it just may give them a glimpse of what an unsaved life with reward them with. Oh, the author also forwarded me a half dozen flowchart type of images from the text that helped visualize parts of his thought process. Another thing to keep in mind is this book is not a novel nor a dramatization, but rather a new (though not liberal) interpretive venture. A review copy of this audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in return for this unbiased review. If you found this review helpful, please take a moment to click yes below.

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Right there for you, plain and simple

This is a very good guide that lays it right out there plain and simple. Straight forward information about what is coming for our world. A book everyone should listen to and rethink how we are living and the choices we make every day. This is one of the few audiobooks I have that I will revisit, most likely several times. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you William Luke.

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A Dispensational running commentary on the Book of Revelation

I like this kind of project. The author aims to explain each symbol and image you encounter as you are reading through the Revelation. There isn’t enough space or time in this kind of a project to explain or qualify as much as might be desired, but you get a good picture of a view of the end of the age which has much to recommend itself over and against more liberal interpretations.

I would differ somewhat on the timing of the rapture, seeing it as coidentical with Christ’s second coming which happens at the end of the seven year Great Tribulation, but the author didn’t try to do any fancy maneuvering to get out of the yet future literal, physical, visible millennial reign of Christ for one thousand years which chapter twenty so clearly teaches.

Well presented pretribulational premillennial program. If you want a slightly different angle, you might enjoy any of Joel Richardson’s books which are also available in Audible format.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Great book

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I've always been interested in the Revelations, and this book provided it in a plain and simple text. It is something I will listen to more than once.