Item description for The Return (Chronicles of Heaven) by Gene Edwards...
Overview A commentary on Revelation. Until now. the Return of Christ has been presented in a theological genre. Lay aside your theological views and enter into the drama of His return. Meet John on Patmos, astronomers on Mt. Palomar, hear the trumpet, see Adam rise first and receive a robe of light, see Satan fall at the feet of the Carpenter, see Death thrown into the pit, and then, in rapturous glory, see Christ take His Bride and the two become one in storms of light.
Publishers Description The most graphic depiction of the second coming that you are likely to read until you see it with your own eyes. The Return centers on giving flory to Jesus Christ in His second coming, and is unique in that it continues telling the story of what happens after His coming.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.24" Width: 5.38" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2004
Publisher SEEDSOWERS #611
Series Chronicles Of Heaven
Series Number 5
ISBN 0940232103 ISBN13 9780940232105
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More About Gene Edwards
Gene Edwards is one of America's most beloved Christian authors. He has published over 25 best-selling books, and his signature work, "The Divine Romance," has been called a masterpiece of Christian literature. He has written biblical fiction covering nearly the entire Bible, with titles that include the following: "The Beginning," "The Escape," "The Birth," "The Divine Romance," "The Triumph," "Revolution," "The Silas Diary," "The Titus Diary," "The Timothy Diary," "The Priscilla Diary," "The Gaius Diary," and "The Return."
Gene grew up in the East Texas oil fields and entered college at the age of 15. He graduated from East Texas State University at 18 with a bachelor's degree in English history and received his M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Gene is part of the house-church movement, and he travels extensively to aid Christians as they begin meeting in homes rather than in church buildings. He also conducts conferences on living the deeper Christian life.
Gene and his wife, Helen, reside in Jacksonville, Florida, and have two grown children.
Gene Edwards currently resides in Jacksonville, in the state of Florida. Gene Edwards was born in 1932.
Gene Edwards has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Return (Chronicles of Heaven)?
The Birth May 15, 2007
Love this entire series. It's such a different viewpoint of the Bible stories that we are all familiar with. The author makes it very plausible. I really enjoyed it.
Christmas Dec 6, 2005
Xmas (or X-mas) is an abbreviation for Christmas. It is derived from the word ×ÑÉÓÔÏÓ, transliterated as Christos, which is Greek for Christ. Greek is the language in which the whole New Testament was written. Originally, in "Xmas", X represented the Greek letter ÷ (chi). It was pronounced with an aspirated [kh], which is the first letter of Christ's name in Greek. However, because an upper-case ÷ has the same shape as a Latin alphabet letter X, many people who do not know the history assume that this abbreviation is meant to "take Christ out of Christmas"
Not Like the Usual Story Nov 30, 2000
This is a terrific story, placed in a prospective where characters come to life that you knew existed in the lives of the main characters but never came to know until Gene Edwards brought them to life in story. It is like seeing God's plan come into fruition before your eyes. Even a small child can comprehend the awesomeness of God as it is being read to them. It brings relationships between people into view that are so natural and normal that it makes you feel you are a part of story, like a friend standing right there in the midst of all the events. Mr. Edwards carrys an anointing that most good writers can't even imagine exist.
Great finale to the Chronicles of the Door series Jun 15, 2000
This is Book 5 of the Chronicles of the Door. It deals with future events, mostly from the viewpoint of the angels in heaven. I really enjoyed the entire series; my only wish was that it had been longer and more in depth. This is a great finale which finally brings to light the mysteries pondered by man and angels. I strongly recommend the entire series, which begins with, appropriately, "The Beginning."
I would like to correct a very common but important mistake May 5, 2000
To the reviewer whe referred to Christmas as "Xmas"or anyone else that may read that review,I am sure you were not aware of what you were doing as I was until someone pointed it out to me,but,please do not take Christ out of Christmas by replacing Him with an "X".Christ,and the contents of this book are what Christmas is all about.Thank you.