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Do you tend to avoid studying books of the Bible like Revelation and Ezekiel? Does it feel like words such as rapture and apocalypse fly right over your head? It's common to dismiss these and other topics related to Bible prophecy as irrelevant and...well...too complicated.
But God's Word says, "Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it, because the time is near" (Revelation 1:3).
Prepare to be blessed in an entertaining and meaningful way! The Non-Prophet's Guide to the End Times combines engaging illustrations with down-to-earth explanations to help you navigate the ins and outs of Bible prophecy. There's no better time to grasp God's plans for the future-and for you-than this very moment.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Author: Todd Hampson
Submitted: September 17, 2018
Tell us a little about yourself. Hey, I’m Todd Hampson and I produce comically illustrated books and products that help people consider the claims of Bible prophecy so they can face today with a sense of joy, courage, clarity, and purpose. I'm married with 3 children and I'm the founder of an animation development and production company called Timbuktoons, a volunteer church leader at a thriving local church, and a boxer. I love mission work and have been to Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and a few other places on short term missions.
What was your motivation behind this project? For many people, the topic of Bible prophecy is about as inviting as sticking your face in a bees nest. I use my background as an illustrator and animation producer to smoke out the bees and help people see how awesome the honey really is. In the book I use a comical character known as the Non-Prophet, comic strips, illustrations, charts, and other fun visual tools to help make the study of Bible prophecy a little less intimidating and extremely engaging. Rather than yell at you with a bull-horn or walk around with a sandwich board on, I hope to peel back the layers of negative connotations people have related to Bible prophecy and refocus their attention on the incredible future promises we have when we have put our faith in Christ.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? I want to see people rediscover 1/3rd of the Bible! Bible prophecy is the central nervous system of Scripture, but for various reasons many believers today ignore the topic. Bible prophecy intersects with every area of theology, and all of the key themes introduced in Genesis weave throughout Scripture and find their ultimate conclusion in the book of Revelation. I want people to see that the study of Bible prophecy is a key apologetic for the reliability of Scripture and is 1000 times more relevant to every day life than many people think.
How were you personally impacted by working on this project? The more I study Bible prophecy the more I realize how close the Lord's return could be. Many solid and respected Christian voices share the same sentiment as we see ALL of the key Biblical signs converging in our generation. Of course, nobody knows the "day or the hour" but we are expected to know the season of the Lord's return. Just at the time when we should be standing on the dock to celebrate the return of the King, many have grown tired of waiting and gone back home. It is a Scriptural command to continuously watch for the Lord's return, but many have lost clarity on this discipline.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? For Bible Prophecy: Ron Rhodes, Mark Hitchcock, Anne Graham-Lotz, J.D. Farag, Amir Tsarfati, Gary Stearman, David Jeremiah, Chuck Missler, Tim LaHaye, John McArthur, Jeff Kinley, Terry James, and many others.