Israel, oil, the European Union, Islam; every day the media report on these flashpoint issues, but they almost never put them into the context of the biblical end times. How they relate to each other and how they relate to the last days are more important than isolated stories containing them as elements, but what does the finished puzzle look like? Combining all these with biblical themes of the Rapture, the Antichrist and Armageddon, David Jeremiah singles out ten issues relevant to the end of history as we know it, and he expertly weaves them together to illustrate a framework for the future. Stark in its depiction of upcoming world events and bold in its declaration of salvation of the repentant faithful, What in the World is Going On? helps to lift the mystery away from these often difficult to understand parts of prophecy.
Is the current economic and political crisis actually prophesied in the Bible? If so, what are we to do about it? It is hard to piece together all this information in a way that gives a comprehensive picture of what the end times will look like. That's why so many theories abound. And that's why Dr. David Jeremiah has written What In the World Is Going On?, a unique book that cuts through the hundreds of books and numerous theories to identify the essential 10 most important bible prophecies. There is no other book like this. You'll find it the ultimate study tool for understanding the future. You'll have a greater sense of comfort that, even in these crazy times, God is indeed in control. If bible prophecy as always been a mystery to you, Dr. Jeremiah's book will help you solve the mystery. At last, bible prophecy can make sense, and make a difference. It's never been more important. What In the World Is Going On? is shocking and eye-opening but essential reading in these turbulent days.
Brings bible prophecy to light on:
- The oil crisis
- The resurgence of Russia
- The new axis of evil
- The importance of Israel
- The new powers of the European Union
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