Product detailsAuthor : Ed J. MacWilliams
Category : Religion
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Published : 2007-05-24
ISBN : 9781469122533
Type : PDF & EPUB
Page : 135
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Reviews book: The Fianl Days of Mankind is a realistic look at religious fanaticism and false prophecies...to disclose the true (confirmed) prophesies that reveal these times in which we live to be the final moments of human history. Also clarified are the events after the earth's destruction, as God had revealed them. Scienctists, historians, theologians, behavioral experts all contribute to this study as we look at the reality of when and how the world is coming to an end.
Reviews book: SIGNPOSTS of The Last Days is not an attempt to sensationalize predicted events from prophecy implying they will happen in a particular manner. Remember that when Jesus came the first time, all but two people were looking for a different kind of Messiah than the One they got. Instead you will find the Biblical basis for twelve predicted events of the Last Days. This book is written to review some of the available passages concerning these events that will lead to the end of the Last Days and how they relate to each other. They are arranged in the order they are expected to happen. It also is designed to relate coming events to the past times in which God has presented Himself to the world using different people. This is your opportunity to separate the modern day scenarios seemingly written for Hollywood from what we might realistically expect should we be alive to see it all unfold. Please read them all with the understanding that there may be fewer than two individuals who get close to the actual truth this time around.
Reviews book: Have you been wondering as a Christian, or non-Christian, what many think -- and expect -- will happen in the "last days" or "end times" with all the talk and focus in the headlines -- and some churches -- about our future? And with all the events taking place in the Middle East, especially Israel? And Iran? Are you confused because of various end-time scenarios and conflicting opinions promoted through popular books on prophecy, the Left Behind series, televangelists, preachers, and others speaking of a great tribulation, rapture, Armageddon, Apocalypse, the destruction of the earth, a new heaven and earth, a second coming, and a millennium? There has been an overload of teaching and information about these things over the last century -- however sincere and cloaked in good intentions -- yet with long-held and deep-seated traditions and doctrines, all borne of a lack of accurate knowledge (particularly the Hebrew and Greek) and information based on compelling evidence. Would you like to know what the Bible actually says about all these issues? For God's Word itself -- "Let Scripture Interpret Scripture" -- and the Holy Spirit are the only necessary interpreters. The Last Days Are Left Behind will challenge your thinking, help to erase the confusion, and provide clarity regarding the present-day purpose of God. Author James Ellis demonstrates end-time truth based logically on solid evidence after a linguistically accurate, biblically consistent, and intellectually honest examination of the Bible's prophetic passages and verses, the original languages -- Hebrew and Greek, the social, cultural, and historical context of Scripture, and the relevance of the audience spoken or written to in God's Word.
Reviews book: Soldiers to the Last Day: Rhineland- Westphalian 6th Infantry Division, 1935-1945 recounts the history of the German 6th Infantry Division from its formation in 1935 to its destruction at Babruysk in July 1944; then its resurrection and continued fighting until the end of the war. Among the first divisions established by the Wehrmacht, the 6th Infantry Division had one of the longest and bloodiest records of continuous combat of any division-Allied or Axis. Engaging in combat within weeks of the outbreak of WWII, the division fought to the last hour of the war. Based primarily on German sources, in particular the rare divisional and regimental histories and war diaries, and on personal accounts and letters of its soldiers, Soldiers to the Last Day presents the German view of the war from inside divisional headquarters and down to the individual Landser as the division marches across France in 1940, advances to the Volga during Operation Barbarossa, fights the brutal battles of Rzhev, Kursk, Babruysk; and makes last desperate attempts to defend the homeland in 1945. It is a tale of courage, determination, suffering, and in the end-betrayal.
Reviews book: Sixties Spotting Days 1968 The Last Year of Steam is a photographic album in full colour
Reviews book: A summary of state campaign finance laws with quick reference charts for the U.S. territories and possessions.
Reviews book: Dragons and martial arts, science and magic ... great action when our world meets the gods and demons of Chinese myth and legend ... the gods and demons of ancient china are alive and kicking in this popular, bestselling series ... Emma teeters on the edge of becoming fully demon, and must make a journey to the Kunlun Mountains in the West, home of the reclusive ancient goddess Nu Wa, in an attempt to regain her humanity.travelling with Emma is Xuan Wu's daughter, Simone, who is struggling with her growing powers and trying to defend herself from the demons who want to destroy her. And Michael is trying to come to terms with the shock of finding out he might be half demon ... and a danger to them all. Praise for Kylie Chan: 'If you like urban fantasy with martial arts fighting and Chinese mythology, then you'll love this series' Infinitas 'addictive ... you won't want to put it down' femail.com.au 'packed with Chinese mythology, kick-ass action and sexual tension' ASif