A House Divided 7 Events Before Rapture The Coming Christian Holocaust by Michael E. Johnson
|Title||A House Divided 7 Events Before Rapture the Coming Christian Holocaust|
|Author||Michael E. Johnson|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
Just as Jesus Christ promised, a book that simplifies and clarifies the End Times prophecies, is finally here. A House Divided chronicles, in easy-to-understand terms, the ENTIRE End Times scenario, including SEVEN easy-to-remember End Events. After years of scouring numerous passages and gathering all the prophecies scattered throughout the Old and New Testaments of The Bible, the author has been able to piece together the prophecies to form a single, coherent picture of the End Times. During the process of gathering together the prophecies, the Author also discovered a profound prophecy concerning the emergence of a book in the End Times that outlines seven events. In The Revelation, Chapter 10, John witnesses a powerful Angel descending from Heaven who holds open a book while he utters seven thunders. Although John heard the thunders and was about to write them down, he was told to conceal them. The author of A House Divided feels that he has uncovered what those "seven thunders" are. By themselves, the seven End Events only scratch the surface of all the new prophetic interpretations that are presented in this book. There are at least twenty COMPLETELY NEW interpretations of prophecy, never before presented, that are detailed in the book. Many of the author's interpretations are as bold in its assertions as The Revelation is mysterious. Jews also, will find this work especially intriguing. In rather blunt terms, the author exalts Jews while diminishing the importance of many religious, social and political organizations of our day, including organized Christian hierarchy and the Catholic Church. The book uses a minimum of scriptural quotes and explains, in everyday language and terms, what Christians must know to prepare themselves for a terrible Christian holocaust in the future. And the book has been formatted to appeal to the "less-educated" Christian. Formerly, most prophecy authors have ignored the larger portion of Christians who are not "schooled" in ancient text, translations and scholarly jargon. A House Divided dispenses with the scholarly chitchat that has inhibited understanding in past prophecy works. It omits diplomacy and gets straight to the point. Without a doubt, A House Divided is as profound in fresh and new End Times understanding, in this day, as The Revelation was in the day of John. Do not miss this opportunity to know, understand and REMEMBER what has eluded all of us to this day: the final revealing of the mystery of God and the WHOLE End Times Truth.