Life with no end? Space with no bounds? And what about Armageddon, The Lake of Fire, The Mark of the Beast?
Are we supposed to feel good about all this?
When we wonder about these things, we aren't alone. There is much about the end of history we don't understand. But while thoughts on the final day will stir our questions, they needn't stir our fears. Regarding that day, Jesus urged, "Don't let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God, and trust in me" (John 14:1).
Max Lucado believes the day Christ comes will be the "beginning of the very best." And our primary task is to be prepared and peaceful while we wait.
If we have some questions about the end of time ...
If we have concerns about what will happen to us ...
If we want to look to the end of times as a source of comfort and not chaos ...
Then this is the book we need. New York Times best-selling author Max Lucado walks us through Scripture to find peace in the present and hope for the hereafter.
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Lucado himself captures the feeling this book will leave some readers with in his description of what âticks offâ the devil: âreading a Christian book, thinking godly thoughts, dreaming about heaven and other such blah-blah-blah.â Others, doggone it, are just gonna like it.Aug 08 2011 | Read Full Review of When Christ Comes
Lucado, a pastor and the award-winning author of the bestselling Tell Me the Story and He Still Moves Stones , among others, has here composed a series of short stories for those who, he says, might not realize ``that God has written their true name upon His hand.'' Allegories, the retelling of B...| Read Full Review of When Christ Comes
For many Christians, the end of the millennium represents the time of Christ's Second Coming, which will usher in a ""new heaven and a new earth."" Of course, there are as many interpretations of the book of Revelation as there are Christians.| Read Full Review of When Christ Comes
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