Item description for End-Times Simplified: Preparing Your Heart for the Coming Storm by David Sliker...
The End Times. It's a subject many people don't know how to approach. The questions in our hearts seem endless. There are answers, and the Bible is clearer than we often think. This book addresses some of the common questions about the End Times and gives easy-to-understand explanations. If you've ever wanted to understand end-time events and the role you play in them, this book, with its straightforward language and biblical truths, will serve as an excellent resource.
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Studio: Forerunner Media
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.88" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2005
Publisher Oasis House
ISBN 0977673804 ISBN13 9780977673803
Availability 0 units.
More About David Sliker
David Sliker currently resides in Kansas City, in the state of Missouri.
Reviews - What do customers think about End-Times Simplified: Preparing Your Heart for the Coming Storm?
easy to read-simplified Aug 17, 2007
it is refreshing to read a book about the end-times that brings it down to where we live. not theory in the sky-but how it relates to our life now!
Phenonmal! Mar 2, 2007
I highly recommend this book. As a college student with little understanding of the end-times, David Sliker is so relevant. This book is written with great humility but authority. It does what it promises: to give practical advice about how to prepare your heart for the coming storm. David goes beyond just the theology and digs deep into the personality of God and his leadership. I have sat in on David Sliker's lectures; he's super and real. If you want an applicable guide to the end-times and why its important to you, this is a super introduction.
David has a good heart... Feb 24, 2007
... but his writing style is not well thought out. He doesn't seem to be able to keep to a point, explain it to where it makes sense and then make it stick. I think if he did go to school that he must have skipped his Systematic Theology class. He makes weak points and then finds scripture to back up what he believes. He should have been using scripture as the source and then explain it. It's easy to say what you believe and then find some scripture, take it out of context, and back yourself up but it's wrong. You can say just about anything using that system such as salvation by works. For those of you who believe the church will be here during the Tribulation period then I suggest you read this but if you don't I suggest you skip over this one. David actually believes the church (believers are not raptured but stay here for the Great Tribulation) need to be here because our job will be to pray in the return of Christ and that the church is only going to grow to where it needs to be to reign with Christ if it goes through hell on earth. Spare me. Jesus is coming back at the appointed time whether someone prays or not. God said it and it's going to happen. It can't be stopped or started by what you do.