Would you like to discuss the end of time? And feel better because of it? Life with no end? Space with no bounds? And what about Armageddon, The Lake of Fire, The Mark of the Beast? Am I supposed to feel good about all this? If these words could be yours, you aren't alone. There is much about the end of history we don't understand. But while ...
Would you like to discuss the end of time? And feel better because of it? Life with no end? Space with no bounds? And what about Armageddon, The Lake of Fire, The Mark of the Beast? Am I supposed to feel good about all this? If these words could be yours, you aren't alone. There is much about the end of history we don't understand. But while thoughts on the final day will stir our questions, they needn't stir our fears. Regarding that day, Jesus urged, "Don't let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God, and trust in me" (John 14:1). Max Lucado believes the day Christ comes will be the "beginning of the very best." Our primary task is to be prepared and peaceful while we wait. If you have some questions about the end of time ... If you have concerns about what will happen to you ... If you like to look to the end of times as a source of comfort and not chaos ... You are holding the right book.
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Publishers Weekly, 1999-06-28 For many Christians, the end of the millennium represents the time of Christ's Second Coming, which will usher in a "new heaven and a new earth." Of course, there are as many interpretations of the book of Revelation as there are Christians. With his characteristic humor and relaxed style, popular author Lucado (Just Like Jesus) offers a brief survey of the various opinions related to the Second Coming. There are some Christians and many non-Christians who fear the Second Coming because of the biblical and popular images of separation and destruction. Others are so obsessed with the Second Coming that they have tried to pinpoint the exact date on which it will happen, so that they can be ready. Still others wonder if they will be turned away at Heaven's gate, if they will be humiliated when God reveals publicly all their sins, or if anyone will recognize them when they get a new body. In each chapter, Lucado interprets various scriptural passages on the Second Coming. Based on his interpretation of Revelation, Lucado contends that the day of Christ's coming will be one of reckoning, redemption, rejuvenation and rewards. A study guide to the many questions and biblical passages raised in the book is included as an appendix. Lucado deals with some difficult questions in a warm and engaging manner that has broad appeal. (Aug.) Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.
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