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Overview An exploration of the end times examines the portents within recent world events that point toward the possibilities that the final day of judgment may indeed be approaching. Reprint.
John Hagee says, "The world as we know it will end, neither with a bang nor a whimper, but in stages clearly set forth in God's Word." His latest and most provocative book takes a cue from a cultural icon, the ticking clock. Hagee presents a prophetic "Doomsday Clock" and counts down the minutes-through prophetic events-which must occur before that fateful moment when every unredeemed individual must face God on Judgment Day. Citing examples from national and international media and using Scripture to confirm his insights, he presents a compelling argument to prove that time is indeed running out.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.63" Width: 5.47" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date May 9, 2000
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785268189 ISBN13 9780785268185
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More About John Hagee
John Hagee is the founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, a nondenominational church with more than 19,000 active members. Known best nationally for his Bible prophecy teachings, he has authored several fiction and nonfiction best sellers, including Jerusalem Countdown, What Every Man Wants in a Woman; What Every Woman Wants in a Man, and Financial Armageddon."
John Hagee currently resides in San Antonio, in the state of Texas.
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Daniel's understanding Nov 30, 2006
Hagee reveals through this book the special visions that Daniel had in regards to end time prophecy. It's a compelling book that covers the thousand year prophecies and the antichrist. This book is similar to Apocalyptic Secrets of the Hebrew Sanctuary, a book that also covers Daniel.
Where does the word Rapture appear in the bible? Oh yeah it doesn't! Nov 15, 2006
If you could do one thing better than GOD, would you still believe?...............
I would like you to imagine for a moment, a mother's love. I think we can all agree, the bond between a mother and child is one of the strongest bonds known to mankind, in any time or culture. Now imagine you are the mother of two children. One boy and one girl, their ages are unimportant.
Got the image in your head? Great, now imagine one child is always a troublemaker, quite a little heathen if you will. The child never listens to anything you say, gets in trouble at school, and even sometimes says they hate you. Child number two, is a perfect little angel, always does what they are told, hugs you and kisses you often and whispers their love for you every night before they fall asleep.
Of course you may discipline the naughty child, but do you still have unconditional love for both children mommies and daddies of the world?
Of course you say?
Well let's see..........
Late one summer night you decide to go to the corner store to buy some milk after the children have fallen asleep, upon returning only ten minutes later you are horrified to see that your house is engulfed in flames. Knowing both children are inside, and could be burning alive at this very moment, you know you need to make a quick judgement. Which child will you save??????
Both you say?
Why would you save both children?????
What?? Because you love both of them??? Why?
One child is a complete terror, and doesn't even love you!!! Why would you do such a thing???
The Christian God wouldn't!!
What you say??? God has unconditional love, even more than a mere human mother?
Well, let's take a look at the GOD of love for just a moment...
God has many children in this world yet he punishes those who do not love or "believe" in him, with fire for ALL ETERNITY does that sound like unconditional love to you???
If I, as a mere human mother, can love my children with the unconditional love that GOD cannot, does he truly love and forgive better than us "silly" humans that he supposedly created?
Or are we all just ignorant children, hoping that our "father's" approval (with strict unrealistic conditions), equals love?
You decide... Can you do something better than God?
What you say, if he didn't love us he wouldn't have sent Jesus to "save" us and forgive our sins? We'll believing in Jesus is still a condition isn't it? Something to think about.
The sins of god include: murder (of the whole world except the ark), impregnating a virgin, rewarding lot after he tried to give away his virgin daughters to the town, acceptance of polygamous marriages in the old testament, etc. etc. etc. If a human were on trial for the same things we would put them away forever. Yet we excuse God by saying he knows what's best for us and he can do whatever he wants because he is GOD. Our American laws are based on the ten commandments yet we follow the laws of GOD who cannot keep his own commandments. If God was truly a perfect being he would have known in his "all time seeing vision" that we would mess up, and he wouldn't have tested eve with the apple. If God never made mistakes why did he wipe out the entire planet with a flood after the first batch of people did work out? If God didn't make mistakes why bother with the ten commandments if he knew nobody could follow them and he would have to send Jesus to get crucified on a cross to make up for it? I thought God knew everything. Frankly I've seen better administrative work during the Clinton administration, and that's saying something.
When will the (educated) wealthy countries learn to spread hope through actual tangible help to third world nations instead of "helping" them with false promises of heaven while we steal their oil, diamonds, and hope?
We have battered those weaker than us with our "religion" for far too long Somebody stop the planet, this "saved" Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist turned Evangelical Atheist wants to get off.
Angela (San Antonio, Texas)
These are all the same Feb 15, 2006
Whether it's the 'Left Behind' series, (such a charming title), or 'Countdown to Doomsday' or any of the other blood and thunder books, you can count on one thing: God is mad as hell at all of us, (except the 'chosen') and is going to unleash a fury against his archenemy Satan. The great cosmic battle will be played out at Armeggedon where Satan and God will will duke it out in front of the whole world. Well, most of the world. The elect will be taken by rapture into Heaven safely ensconced away from the raging, bloody battle.
Eventually, most of the world will be tossed into a flaming, eternal pit of torture for an eternity, while the saved get to look down on the agony of the unsaved and stick their tongues out: nyah-nyah! I just wonder if when Hagee sees Christ he will yell JJJJEEEEEEZSZZZZUUUUUUUSSS like he does on television.
And all this mind you, in the name of the Prince of Peace.
BOOK FAILS TO ADDRESS JESUS' PROPHECY OF "THE LAST DAY." Jan 9, 2006
This book fails to address the words of Jesus Christ concerning "the last day" in John 6:39-40; John 12:48 and John 5:28-29 which are the basis for the historical view on this subject.
We interpret the unclear verses of the Bible by the clear ones.
Jesus says: "Everyone who looks to the Son and believes in Him shall have eternal life and I will raise him up at the last day." (John 6:40).
"At the last day" - not 7 or 1007 years before the last day as this author believes.
Jesus says: "There is a judge for the one who rejects me and does not accept my words. That very word which I spoke will condemn him at the last day." (John 12:48)
This author needs to accept the very words of Jesus Christ when He says "at the last day."
Jesus says: "The hour is coming when all who are in the graves will hear my voice and come out. Those who have done good will rise to live and those who have done evil will rise to be condemned." (John 5:28-29)
This author changes the words of Jesus and tries to insert 1000 or 1007 years between Jesus' call and ignores the word "all". (See also John 11:24)
See 2 Peter 3:10-13 for a description of the last day. The rest of the Bible agrees with Jesus Christ not this author.
I Admire Hagee's Courage!! Sep 2, 2003
I didn't read this book until recently but I do admire John Hagee for writing it. It shows a fearless respect for informing the people of God about what has already gone on and letting us know what to expect in times like these and also the very importance of reading our Bibles and not only reading them but, allowing the Word of God to penetrate into our minds, hearts and souls. For therein lies all the answers to what's going on all around us today.