Is This the End? People feel that something is about to happen. This book teaches you not only teaches you what, but how to prepare for it. “Signs of the end times” is that people will run to and fro all over the earth and that knowledge will be greatly increased for example computers, smart phones, IPads and electronics. You may be reading this book in hard cover, paperback, or eBook anywhere in the world. Is this not a fulfillment of this prophecy? God destroyed the world with a flood, but had Noah build an ark. Sadly few people were on it. Don’t you make this mistake. Is there an ark for an escape this time? Yes, read about it in this book. Christians look for the second coming of Christ, referring to the rapture, seven years later when we come back with King Jesus Christ to earth. Moslems look for their coming Messiah Madhi. As I write Moslem countries are toppling the old leaderships and preparing for this new leader. He will take over the world; food shortages worldwide will kill millions and perhaps billions of people. Those who do not worship him and take his mark 666 will be beheaded. A time of hell on earth. The Jews look for their coming Messiah to bring in the thousand year millennium of paradise on earth and He will. Read this book and act upon it today. You can escape all of this if you will repent and accept Christ before the rapture. If the antichrist has already set up his new world order read and act upon it quickly. It will probably cost you your life for now but real soon you will come back to live with King Jesus. You will find out where we all came from. We started in the Garden of Eden which was in Babylon, now Iraq. The first world empire was there and the last led by the antichrist will rule from Babylon I believe. You will read the complete story from beginning to end and then on to a new future with a new heaven and a new earth. Read this and pass it on, time is running out.
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We have almost become immune to the reality of today's headlines: from terrorism to natural disasters to political upheavals to refugees to disease to nuclear threats to failing economies...and the list goes on. People are thinking and asking, "Is this the end?" Nobody can answer that question specifically. In fact, Jesus warned about setting dates for the end of the age. But this we can say: Never have so many world-level events developed so rapidly and with such catastrophic implications. These events bring to mind the apostle Paul's words about "birth pangs" before the end of the age. In Is This the End? Study Guide, Pastor David Jeremiah looks at ten major developments in America and the world that almost defy imagination. Just a few years ago, nobody could have imagined the things we hear about daily in the news. We need to understand these events: what they are, what the Bible says about them, and how we should respond as followers of Christ. Follow Dr. Jeremiah as he unfolds five developments in America and five developments on the international stage–all of which beg the question, "Is this the end?"
With her entire savings getting burnt away in that cinema, Zoe gets disappointed with all that was wasted. In her partnership with James, Zoe and he reached the conclusion that they might have to start investing again to get the cinema up and running. Zoe knows it’s essential to make sure that her only dream is able to succeed, and even though the desire for revenge keeps burning in her chest, she sets it aside to work on the cinema. Things were peaceful for a while until this mysterious person, who had set the fire in her cinema, strikes again. That’s when Zoe realizes that they need to deal with this person but without having another breather, things start to get messy for Zoe again as she gets trapped and kidnapped. With no clue as to who was doing all these things, Aaron sets out to find out but ends up finding some harsh realities as they strike him one after another. He knows then that there could be nobody around him he can trust, but his need for revenge was not letting him sit on the side and just watch everyone betray him. Is Zoe ever found? Will something happen to Aaron? Is the person that everyone is trusting, trustworthy at all? A great read for lovers of westerns, cowboy romance, historical western romance, sweet and wholesome romance. Topics: cowboy romance, wholesome romance, western romance, sweet romance, contemporary romance, series, romantic suspense series, modern romance, urban romance, Texas, Texas cowboys, Texas romance, billionaire cowboy romance, horses in romance, small-town romance, western romance Christian, rodeo, romance series, contemporary Christian romance, heartwarming, heart-warming, Christian western historical romance, new york times bestseller romance, NYT romance, sexy, new york times romance, Christian billionaire romance, or you just love short stories, and books under 10 dollars
This eBook includes the full text of the book plus an additional chapter on Europe from Dr. Jeremiah’s book What in the World Is Going On? that is not found in the print book! The world seems more fractured each day. People are asking, "Is this the End?" Never have the headlines been this jarring, the cultural changes this rapid, or the moral decay this pronounced. What on earth is happening? After each new occurrence, the most oft-heard questions are, “Will the world ever be the same again?” and “Where is God in all of this?” Over the last few decades, Dr. David Jeremiah has become one of the world’s most sought-after Christian leaders on topics that deal with biblical application and modern culture. And few would dispute that the pace at which things are currently changing is unprecedented. The time has come to accept this new normal, Jeremiah says, and understand how God’s hand is still at work on His eternal plan for mankind. No one can afford to ignore these warnings, but all can better understand the greater story and the role we each play in this changing world. From prophetic clues in Scripture to an understanding of the power of Christ in all believers, this book directs us on a clear path forward. The book is split into two sections, each covering items surrounding two important questions. Is This the End of America? and Is This the End of the World? Includes detailed chapters on: Terrorism ISIS and Radicalized Islam The New Russia The Bleeding of America's Borders The "Anything Goes" Society Polarization and Divisiveness The Coming of Christ and many more
The title of this book comes from Matthew‘s gospel: "You will hear of wars and rumors of wars; see that you are not alarmed; for this must take place, but the end is not yet." (24:6-8). This locates The End Is Not Yet within popular religious rhetoric about the "end time" and more sophisticated theological discourse on eschatology or Christian hope for a better world premised on faith in God. But is such faith still justified? And if so, how are we to describe and embody it in the life of the world?
Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. Visit us online at www.1stWorldLibrary.ORG - - This is the end, for the moment, of all my thinking, this is my unfinal conclusion. There is no reason in tangible things, and no system in the ordinary ways of the world. Hands were made to grope, and feet to stumble, and the only things you may count on are the unaccountable things. System is a fairy and a dream, you never find system where or when you expect it. There are no reasons except reasons you and I don't know. I should not be really surprised if the policeman across the way grew wings, or if the deep sea rose and washed out the chaos of the land. I should not raise my eyebrows if the daily press became the Little Sunbeam of the Home, or if Cabinet Ministers struck for a decrease of wages. I feel no security in facts, precedent seems no protection to me. The wisdom you can find in an Encyclopedia, or in Selfridge's Information Bureau, seems to me just a transitory adaptation to quicksand circumstances.
Sometimes love finds you when you least expect it. A bold and deeply emotional novel, This Is Not the End marks a new way of looking at love, family, and happily-ever-after. Zacary Trevor is the love of Anya Alexander’s life. Their sometimes tumultuous marriage has survived ups, downs, and all the in-betweens. With successful careers, a lovely home, and a beautiful child, domestic bliss is a hard-earned reality for two people whose hedonistic days are in the not-so-distant past. They’re happy. Enter Zac’s best friend, the deeply reserved Cal Keller. Zac’s friendship with Cal is the foundation of his career and—until Anya and their son came along—the most important relationship of his life. Cal’s a cipher, someone Anya can’t help but gravitate to, even if they don’t always get along. Even more, she’s drawn to the Zac she sees when he’s with Cal—a careful, cautious version of her husband, someone with hidden thoughts and desires kept secret even from her. Inviting Cal into their home, deeper into their life, is a risk. Zac should say no. He knows he should. But he doesn’t. From the first, the hint at the life the three of them could have together is exhilarating. And finding a new definition for family just might be worth the risk to every bond that exists between them.
The sequel to The Balance; Everything has a Beginning. In this continuation the chosen are forced to make the hard decision, continue to fight the battle to save the world or let Ravana win. Lives are put on the line, powers are amplified, new faces come into the fold, and intentions are draw out as the adventure deepens. Who will survive.....
NATIONAL BESTSELLER A BEST BOOK OF 2020 CBC – The Best Canadian Nonfiction of 2020 The Globe and Mail’s Globe 100: Our Favourite Books of 2020 Chatelaine’s 10 Best Books of 2020 The Walrus’s Favourite Books of 2020 For readers of Paul Kalanithi's When Breath Becomes Air and Will Schwalbe, the moving, inspiring story of a young husband and father who, when diagnosed with terminal cancer at the age of thirty-three, sets out to build a legacy for his infant son. i can't make you feel what it's like to be a young, dumb, naïve thirty-year-old sitting in the back of a walk-in clinic waiting to be handed what is essentially a death sentence any more than i can show you what it feels like to have a husband or father or child who's dying and knowing there is nothing you can do to stop it. i can only describe to you how i feel today. angry. at peace. scared. grateful. a giant, spiky, flowering heart-shaped bouquet of contradictions. Layton Reid was a globe-trotting, risk-taking, sunshine-addicted bachelor--then came a melanoma diagnosis. Cancer startled him out of his arrested development--he returned home to Halifax to work as a wedding photographer--and remission launched him into a new, passionate life as a husband and father-to-be. When the melanoma returned, now at Stage IV, Layton and his family put all their stock into a punishing alternative therapy, hoping for a cure. This Is Not the End of Me recounts Layton's three-year journey as he tried desperately to stay alive for his young son, Finn, and then found purpose in preparing Finn for a world without him. With incredible intimacy, grit, and empathy, reporter Dakshana Bascaramurty casts an unsentimental eye on who her good friend was: his effervescence, his twisted wit, his anger, his vulnerability. Interweaving Layton's own reflections--his diaries written for Finn, his letters to his wife, Candace, and his public journal--she paints a keenly observed portrait of Layton's remarkable evolution. In detailing
James Salley is turning sixteen, and it’s not going well. His family’s too busy to care, the local bully creates new tortures daily, someone appears to be following him, and he’s just learned that he’s the Antichrist. All James ever wanted out of life was for Dorian Delaney — the operatically trained and suicidal girl of his dreams — to fall as in love with him as he is with her. But once he’s told of his bloody destiny, he finds himself fighting between who he thought he was and who he’s supposed to be. With the school librarian pushing him to begin the Apocalypse, an irritable homunculus watching his back, and a murderous cabal of Catholics following him everywhere, James must discover how to navigate a world in which everything he’s ever believed is wrong — and if it’s possible to be the hero of a story when you’ve already been cast as the villain.
The End is Near helps parents find exactly what they want to do with their life once their kids are grown. Amie Eyre Newhouse combines her 24 years as a Registered Nurse helping patients make extraordinarily difficult medical decisions with her personal experience of surviving breast cancer and childhood trauma along with her own journey from full-time parent to empty nester together in order to help parents find their life’s purpose beyond parenting. Throughout The End Is Near, parents learn: The real reasons why they have no idea what to do with themselves once your kids are grown - yet. Five simple steps to turn complex issues into concise solutions. The difference between Hard No’s, Hard Yes’s and Should’s. How to move seamlessly from the role of full-time parent to the role of empty nester. And much, much more!
On December 23, 2003, as death released her beloved husband, Max, from the ravages of cancer, Mandy Berlin’s life also changed. Soon after her husband passed away, Mandy began to experience uncanny, even miraculous happenings. As a retired scientist, she approached the mystery the way she had been trained to do--through empirical observation and analysis. She kept meticulous records of the astounding sights and sounds she witnessed. Her documentation also included the stories of stunned loved ones who called her in the days after Max passed. The result is Death Is Not “The End”, the detailed account of her journey from grief to hope and faith. An agnostic in the years before her husband’s death, she knew that these amazing experiences challenged her lack of belief. Time and again, a synchronistic melody would play as an uncanny episode presented itself to awestruck Mandy and others. Here, she invites readers into detailed accounts of more than fifty experiences beyond natural explanation. On the one-year anniversary of her beloved Max’s departure, another life-changing event opened Mandy’s eyes to a startling promise, and a new way of living/being. Was Max really gone forever? One year after he died, just minutes before the time recorded on her husband’s death certificate, Mandy witnessed a mind-numbing event that had the effect of solidifying her awe-inspiring experiences. She now embraces a new understanding of life, death, and the subtle boundaries between, and shares it all in this memoir.
This Is Not 'The End' helps those in a miserable part of a really crappy chapter in their life to see that their life is not ruined, and better days are ahead. Nina Sossamon-Pogue, former world-class gymnast and award-winning television personality turned successful corporate executive, pulls from decades of high, lows, and public pain to write This Is Not 'The End'. It became the resource Nina needed when she thought her life was over and sometimes wished it was. In This Is Not 'The End', Nina shares candid stories of her own journey toward healing after a series of traumatic events. She uses the wisdom gained from her experience, combined with proven and practical tips, to show those going through a difficult time how to: Figure out where to put this event in their head Create the script that will protect them in public Assess which people and places are helping or hurting them Learn how to look at a traumatic event as a fraction of their life story Understand that even the most public pain (television trucks on the front lawn) comes and goes Practice the mental gymnastics needed to get them to the next chapter (yes, there is a next chapter!)
Saving the nation is women's work. Jessica McCloud finally understands what her Heavenly Father put her on this earth to do. Unfortunately, getting started is another matter entirely. And before she can convince God to make the necessary life changes, she needs to learn a little something about her own divine nature. But when shyster incarnate Jimmy Dean gives her the end-all-be-all of unwanted birthday surprises, she'll have to pick up the pace. A lawsuit, a cross-country road trip, and a few bloody deaths later, she's wondering if she's the right woman for the job after all. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking... Can Jessica complete her mission before Jimmy thwarts her for good? The End is Her is the finale of the outrageous Jessica Christ series. If you like laugh-out-loud characters, irreverent satire, and blunt truths, then you'll love H. Claire Taylor's conclusion to this hilarious comedy. Fans of Christopher Moore, Douglas Adams, Kurt Vonnegut, and Jenny Lawson will love this irreverent comedy series.
A horrendous destruction is about to consume the entire New York City area. Repercussions on the entire country will be horrifying. It is all detailed in ""The End Is Come: An Only Evil, Behold, It Is Come. Who Changed God's Name?"" This great doom is prophesied in the Bible and confirmed by current warnings of seismologists and meteorologists. The Bible Code Has recorded virtually every major incident and important historical event since the beginning of time, all written and recorded before they happened. The September 11, terrorist attack on New York is accurately recorded in great detail. An even more devastating tragedy is recorded for New York. It has the potential to produce the worst human suffrage since the great flood. It could conceivably be a destruction from which the land will never recover. Scientific evidence is in total agreement with Bible prophecy and symmetrical Bible code findings.As a bonus this book contains the newly updated version of "Who Changed God's Name?"" (Total pages, 221)
The shock of divorce removed Cristina from her comfort zone to a place required for her rediscovery. She got in touch with an essence long forgotten in order to reacquaint herself with love, validate her feelings and emotions, dream again, find courage, and welcome the unfolding grandness of those dreams. Cristina’s renewed strength allowed her to face and banish fears, resentments, and old premises that had become useless. It permitted her to embrace a liberating and rewarding journey full of surprises. She grew enough to set aside disappointments, upsets, and emotional pain from people who were only obstacles to her new, purpose-directed life. Within these pages you will find the story of many people. Perhaps it is your own or that of someone you know. Courageous people like Cristina have used the leftovers of a broken marriage to construct a new life, adapting previous experiences, hidden virtues, and the love of so many as raw materials for a new and fulfilling path uniquely designed by each of them. So, grant yourself permission and join the characters herein on their astounding journeys.
- Author : F. Walton Avery, MD, MTS
- Publisher : iUniverse
- Release Date : 2011-12-02
- Genre : Religion
- Pages : 108
- ISBN : 9781462064144
With medical advances, people are living longer than ever before, and in many cases, with a higher quality of life for much of that time. Despite the potential of a long, healthy life, however, many individuals find themselves facing end-of-life issues they never anticipated. And to Christians, those decisions may be especially difficult. In My Hope Is Built ...: Christian Perspectives on Decisions at the End of Life, author F. Walton Avery examines critical writings about available options for those facing end-of-life decisions for themselves or for someone they love. He looks at Christian responses to vital questions that come at the end of life. Avery looks closely at whether the prohibition against suicide or assisted death can be suspended and, in the name of Christian faith, the suffering individual be permitted to commit suicide or be party to assisted death. Regardless of circumstances, making end-of-life decisions are likely to be difficult. My Hope Is Built ...: Christian Perspectives on Decisions at the End of Life can help one make those decisions in light of their Christian beliefs.
Robert Jenson has been praised by Stanley Hauerwas, David Bentley Hart, Wolfhart Pannenberg, and others as one of the most creative and important contemporary theologians. But his work is daunting for many, both because of its conceptual demands and because of Jenson’s unusual prose style. This book is an attempt to give Jenson the kind of hearing that puts his creativity and significance on display, and allows newcomers to and old friends of his theology the opportunity to hear it afresh.
Cray Lenning's life as a garbage collector in a small town is reclusive and boring. Burdened with strong feelings of distrust and resentment, he's content to wallow in lonely self-pity. But when he witnesses a defrocked preacher proclaim "The end is nigh" seconds before getting struck by a car, Cray's world spirals out of control. Initially, Cray dismisses the wayward preacher as a wacko, but ominous signs begin to convince him otherwise. Enter Sandra Colling, a heartbroken but resolute nurse. Together, they build an underground shelter to try and survive a deadly inferno blazing across the country, and embark on a frantic mission to save others. Trapped inside the shelter, they learn the terrifying reality of their choices: a traumatized police detective; a manipulative and self-righteous psychologist; a sadomasochistic sex-addict; a rambling, alcoholic preacher; and a mentally ill redneck with an explosive temper. Their dire predicament worsens when water runs out and they're forced to emerge from the shelter. To survive in this God-forsaken wasteland, they must form an unlikely alliance and battle a far more deadly presence topside--a gang of ruthless escaped convicts, hell-bent on starting an evil polygamist cult that rules by fear, intimidation, and brutal murder.