In later life, Ronald Ware heard the voice of the Lord telling him to write a book about the seven thunders, the reply mentioned in the tenth chapter of the Book of Revelation. This book is the result of Ronald's obedience to the high calling and contains a message for the day and time in which we are now living. He does reveal why these things must take place in the near future. In addition, he attempts to show others God's one plan for a refuge as revealed in the scriptures. Ronald Ware, born 1938 in the Grays Harbor area of Washington and lost his father in an accident before his fifth birthday. His mother, with five children to care for and an eldest son serving in Europe, moved from that poverty stricken area to Everett and then to Bellingham Washington. Ronald was able to earn a little in the summertime in the fields of Whatcom County but eventually dropped out of school to seek full time employment. He came to be a fisherman spending much of his time on the water. When on shore, he was a regular customer of the taverns. Finally, he came to realize his life was traveling a dead end road. In remembrance of his religious upbringing, he began to seek answers to his problems and did find it. He repented of his former life of sin and became a new person in Christ Jesus.