Seven Years Until Eternity: The Rise of the Antichrist (Until Eternity Series)

Seven Years Until Eternity The Rise of the Antichrist Until Eternity Series An Epic End Times Novel Exploring the Mysteries of The Rapture The Antichrist and Book of Revelation Told from the perspectives of angels demons and those waging spiritual warfare across natural an

  • Title: Seven Years Until Eternity: The Rise of the Antichrist (Until Eternity Series)
  • Author: Benjamin L. Reynolds
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An Epic End Times Novel Exploring the Mysteries of The Rapture, The Antichrist, and Book of Revelation Told from the perspectives of angels, demons and those waging spiritual warfare across natural and supernatural planes for the souls of humanity Nassir Ibrahim Berzovsky, the son of a Jewish mother and Muslim father is groomed from childhood by dark forces to one day An Epic End Times Novel Exploring the Mysteries of The Rapture, The Antichrist, and Book of Revelation Told from the perspectives of angels, demons and those waging spiritual warfare across natural and supernatural planes for the souls of humanity Nassir Ibrahim Berzovsky, the son of a Jewish mother and Muslim father is groomed from childhood by dark forces to one day control the entire world He rises to political and military prominence, consolidating political states, religions and the world economy into one global entity Opposing Nassir is Terry Sanders, the pastor of a small church in Lansing, Michigan and one of a select few given a plan by God to survive the imminent Tribulation Period Sensing the Rapture is near and fearing persecution, he marshals his church into hiding to await the Coming of the Lord, but soon finds himself at the epicenter of a global spiritual revival and becomes the target of demonic destruction and angelic protection Can Terry and his church survive the Antichrist, Tribulation, and forces of Satan See how The Antichrist rises and is revealed See what happens on Earth, Heaven and Hell as the Rapture unfolds See what happens to Christians and the Church during the Tribulation, before, and after the Rapture Contains over 150 reference scriptures about the End Times, Antichrist, Tribulation and the Rapture Buy Today Get Books 1 and 2 of the Series for.99 Cents On Sale for a Limited Time

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    1. I was given the opportunity to review this book and admittedly, it took some time for me to get through it. This is a fictionalized view of Revelations and it is a good story. It was more to the point than the Left Behind series. The part that I loved most about the book was that the corresponding scripture is notated so you can check it out for yourself. I think that alone makes it worth reading as each step is notated against Revelations as he weaves his story with the characters in the book.

    2. DistractedI give this book 3 stars only because the message is good. Throughout most of the book the grammatical errors were impossible to ignore, was vs were, etc. That and the fact the writing is on approximately a 7th grade level. I understand why but I spent half the book wanting to quit reading it. I would recommend it to teenagers but there are better written books for an adult level reader.

    3. Great book had me crying, praying and wanting God's will for my lifeBecause the book is fantastic and has the reader drawn into the end days, everyone should read this. God bless

    4. This one wasn't as engaging as I would have liked. Big chunks of the story seemed more like a news account than an actual story. There were many grammatical and spelling errors, some of which were distracting enough to take me out of the story.It concentrated more on what was happening worldwide and not enough on many of the characters so that I really didn't connect with them. But it did get the message of salvation across, so for that I give it 3 stars.

    5. Interesting view point.I almost stopped reading this book very early on. There are a goodly number of typographical errors as well as grammatical errors that make it hard to follow. That is very distracting and only by being too stubborn to give up did I get to the meat of the story. I have the second book and can only hope it doesn't have the same issues.I have read the Bible and am not sure I agree with this timeline, but I did find it interesting and food for thought.

    6. Apocalyptic. Good story. Well written. I liked that the lead character, a pastor, was a Black man. Although this is fiction, Reynolds gives ample scripture references to support the basis of the book.

    7. A reasonably good end-times fiction. Dragged a bit at times. I half-Jewish, Half Muslim antichrist whose opponent, a quiet, introspective black Baptist preacher make for a different perspective on the Apocalypse.

    8. Great!Great book. There was a gentleness and sincerity that was apparent. I was blessed and taught by it. Thank you so much for this.

    9. I have read other books like this, such as Left Behind Series and a few others. This is a more consolidated version, but it really makes you think about stuff that is for sure

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