Countdown To the Apocalypse Paperback
Learn to read the signs that the last days have begun
by Grant R. Jeffrey;
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Countdown To the Apocalypse
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A number of prophets had a glimpse of the future, but God gave only one prophet a precise calendar of the end-times events that will affect the current generation.
Writing more than 2,500 years ago, Daniel described a series of cataclysmic events and the signs that will precede the end times. According to prophecy expert Grant R. Jeffrey, many of the signs that Daniel pointed to are visible in our world today.
Danielís vision reveals startling details about the identity of the coming Antichrist, his political career, his death, and his Satanic resurrection. After completing an exhaustive study of Danielís prophecies, Dr. Jeffrey presents a detailed description of the Antichristís rise as world dictator, the mark of the beast, and the political maneuvering that will set the stage for global government. In light of the Hebrew calendar and the cycle of Jewish festivals, Dr. Jeffrey uncovered precise dates for major apocalyptic events, including a timeline for the Antichristís rise to power, the major events of the Tribulation, and the timing of the Battle of Armageddon.
God allowed Daniel to see the world we will soon live in as we approach the time for the return of the Messiah. Now learn exactly what Daniel knew.
Countdown To the Apocalypse by Grant R. Jeffrey was published by Waterbrook Multnomah in October 2008 and is our 7690th best seller. The ISBN for Countdown To the Apocalypse is 9781400074419.
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|Page last updated||23rd May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Grant R. Jeffrey|
|Publisher||Waterbrook Multnomah (October 2008)|
|Number of Pages||240|