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What on God's green Earth is about to happen?

Are we living in the last days? How can we know? And if so, what does that mean, and what's next? If you have asked yourself those questions, you are not alone. To many of us, this is a scary time to be alive. It seems that every newscast raises more questions about where we are headed.

Jesus said, "Let not your heart be troubled...." When God's messenger angels appeared to people in scripture, they always said, "Fear not." Fear is based on uncertainty. However, everything about God's plan is certain.

This audiobook is like a spiritual GPS! In it, author Randy Nelson takes us on a guided tour through the days and events to come. He unveils God's exciting end-time plan and our place in it. Jump in, you'll be glad you did.

©2017 Randy Nelson (P)2017 Randy Nelson

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I was completely unimpressed with this book. I wanted to listen to it because I usually enjoy reading books on eschatology and thought that this one would be interesting . I was wrong. It contained nothing new that I haven’t read or heard in the past thirty years. Nelson loves to make lists and this book is full of them. They add little to the narrative and make it difficult to follow a thought. Lots of scripture is quoted but most of it is out of context. A sequel to this book is referred to towards the end, but I cannot see me torturing my with more of the same.

As for Gary Willprecht’s narration there is not much to say. I had to speed it up. The narrator speaks so slowly as to quickly become boring. A faster pace was needed just to keep my attention from wandering.

I was really looking forward to this book, but I was disappointed in it all the way around. I cannot recommend this book.