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Overview When Now Becomes Too Late focuses on the very moment of imminent Rapture. That 'twinkling of an eye' which shall instantaneously transport Christians from temporal to eternal life. Aimed to encourage believers of the event, the work also intends to goad skeptics in and out of the Body of Messiah to renew a fresh consideration of God's impending Triumph while 'now' is yet here. Intertwining realities personalize the perspective of the miracle that shall touch every life on planet earth spontaneously. Life's simplest moments glow with eternal presence as earth's final stage unfolds as the backdrop. What then the response of those who witness this event? They shall have embarked on the world's final days. Once more to consider, has now become too late? The time it takes to read this passage is easily more than a million moments longer than that sparkling dot of time described herein. Then life for all of remaining humanity will gain the final edge. On God's prophetic calendar this is the next major prophecy to be.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.98" Width: 9.01" Height: 0.22" Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1594678278 ISBN13 9781594678271
Availability 137 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 22, 2016 09:40.
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More About T. L. Farley
The author was born in DeKalb, Illinois, June 11, 1946, about three o’clock in the morning. He was born again on September 22, 1974, about three o’clock in the afternoon. His Illinois education includes graduation from St. Mary’s Parochial School; and DeKalb Community High School; Military training: Basic @ Ft. Knox, Ky, AIT @ the Defense Information School, Fort Slocum, New York; and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York City.
TL’s background: A tour of duty as a military journalist in the European theatre during the Vietnam era; a Professional Thespian career that opened with study and performance at Ireland’s National Acting Company, the Abbey Players, the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Ireland; followed by Off-Broadway; Summer Stock; Mort Siegel’s Workshop, Greenwich Village; and SeenWork, Los Angeles, California. Film work has been interspersed from Ireland to all three coasts of America. He has also appeared on television in both Ireland and America.
The Lord called him to preach at Big Springs Methodist Church, Cleveland, Tennessee, in December 1974. His call was refined to missions in the spring of 1975 at Way of the Cross Baptist Church, also in Cleveland. He attended Tennessee Temple Bible School, Chattanooga, Tennessee. He strives to serve the Lord with gladness!
Soli Deo Gloria, for over 40 years now, author and missionary preacher TL Farley’s venues have included the Pulpit to the gutter; Sunday Schools, Children to Adults, Royal Ambassadors to Awanas; Outreaches: Federal Maximum Security Prisons; Missions from Fairbanks, Alaska to Monclova, Mexico; myriad Rescue Missions to the streets of America; Jews for Jesus sorties & campaigns; Messianic Adats; radio to press; book to movie reviews; emails to websites; wherever, whenever to whosoever.
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Pure Insanity Dec 9, 2007
The author should be in a rubber room. Only in the context of religion could such madness be even listened to. If someone said anything as utterly preposterous, outside of the context of religion, as the authors claims of armageddon and salvation for only the chosen few, there would be teams of Psychiatrists using them as a test study.
Extremely Personal Nov 11, 2007
This is an extremely personal quest for God. I expected a thesis on the rapture, perhaps dry but readable. I was so very surprised by the emotion and passion exhibited as the author struggles in his desire to find his Savior. Well done and very readable.
"When Now Becomes Too Late" is GREAT Sep 29, 2007
September 29, 2007
TL Farley's "When Now Becomes Too Late- The Rapture In Brief" (Xulon Press c2004) has become a classic high energy experience for the layman or biblical futurist who is intrigued by a scholarly view that pieces together prophesies and cogent arguments from scripture that call for an imminent Rapture. Farley takes the time to set the stage for his thesis by citing historic allusions from the community of faith regarding those who will be "Raptured, or caught away...a concept referenced even from the Latin of Jerome's Vulgate, `rapio' translated `snatch away.'" But the way he vaults his eloquent thesis from the past to the present is done so deftly that it can catch off guard even the most alert and spiritually minded individual.
Farley's fanciful writing style only heightens the reader's anticipation as the book's eleven chapters and epilogue are flying by. "Yet the shock is to discover that many serving Him most ardently at this moment are the very ones least prepared for this imminent prophetical riptide." Farley shows little timidity in revealing his heartfelt urgency regarding the Rapture and Jesus Christ's physical return to planet earth. "The volatility of the teaching of His Imminence couches within it the immediate threat to the status quo."
As in his more recent and equally excellent, albeit refocused effort "Distant Reaches" (Xulon Press c2007), Farley proves he is truly a master at creating literary portals which are capable of transporting the reader into unique existential experiences. For example, from "When Now Becomes Too Late" we read, "My breath was stopped. A horrendous sound from outside the earth was forcing my vision upward toward the heavens. Lack of breath accentuated my attention riveted to the skies as they separated by elements against a sound of winds ten thousand times ten thousand overwhelming with awe as light broke through the scattered pieces of disintegrating sky and the Holy Spirit whispered in my heart, `It's the Rapture, Terry, don't be afraid.' The mind moved at a rate eclipsing any speed ever described by man, all the while capturing every collapse of the realities of this now, sensing the body hurtling upwards through the infinite openings of space itself, defying all intellectual strivings for human comprehension. This was it! Even as I struggled to identify the happenings, bodies all around the sky vaulted upwards."
"When Now Becomes Too Late" should be read by many more people, and as soon as possible. It should occupy a place on any serious Bible scholar's bookshelf. Farley's pre-tribulation Rapture defense is as well argued as his intense concern that those seeking for meaning in life are wise to seek Jesus Christ, the Messiah before it's too late. Farley is a prophet who, like his biblical counterparts, issues an urgent call to Kingdom activity. "Beyond that the proclamation of such a high profile subject has excited many in the Body of Messiah to believe once again that not only all are within reach, but that even those seemingly most disenfranchised are possible to be claimed for Jesus, and all attempts are indeed worth the cross." Reading "When Now Becomes Too Late" is also well worth the effort.
understanding imminent Sep 11, 2006
for the saved and the unsaved this is a must-read. mr. farley has really done his homework. many biblical and non-biblical references are made that really draw the conclusion that the rapture of the saints is imminent. for the saved it is assurance of missing the tribulation and spending eternity with our lord and savior, jesus christ. for the unsaved it is an 83 page plea for finding jesus, before now becomes too late.
Review May 27, 2002
A very thought-provoking work; integrating science, theology, and personal experience, "When Now Becomes Too Late" moves the reader through the very essence of imminency and man's perception thereof.