Item description for "I Will Come Again" by W. Larry Pharr...
Overview How many Christians truly understand the rapture and the Second Advent of Christ? How many are able to exegetically prove the rapture to be pretribulational, mid-tribulational or post-tribulational? Can the born-again believer biblically show the last trumpet sounding, or can one show where the shout of the Lord occurs? What is the significance of the "First Resurrection" or the role of the hundred and forty-four thousand? What is meant by the "last day" and "that day and hour"? What is the "Day of the Lord" and does the Church go into the "Great Tribulation" or escape it by rapture? What is meant by "One is taken and the other left?" What significance does Matthew 24 and 25 have for the rapture and the Second Advent of Christ?
All these questions are clearly answered in this book, as speculation is discarded for only scriptural evidence and proof of the rapture and Second Advent of Jesus Christ. This book will not disappoint the reader, for it is not just another "cloned" essay on the coming of the Lord but undeniably proves all assertions made by the author as scripture alone is the book's defense. The book promises to provoke, stimulate, challenge and intrigue the diligent student of the Word as it destroys uncorroborated myths concerning the rapture and Second Advent of Christ. This book is unlike any the reader has ever encountered on the rapture and Second Advent of the Lord. In addition, the book covers topics and issues that seldom, if ever, are discussed in book form, as the author does not duck any difficult issue. The reader is guaranteed to be thrilled with this fresh outlook for the coming of the Lord.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.98" Width: 9.01" Height: 1.37" Weight: 2.11 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591602009 ISBN13 9781591602002
Reviews - What do customers think about "I Will Come Again"?
Needs to walk the talk - is this prophetic or psychic? Jan 29, 2006
I was given this book by a friend and really don't see a line of deliniation between what is "prophetic" and what is merely a person thinking he's "psychic" or has some special knowlege. Basically what I read between the lines here is a self-published author who seems to have a real need for validation on the hackneyed "end times fire and brimstone theme". The book is mildly entertaining at best, but a true Christian need look no further than the Bible and interpret the Lord's word for themselves. In my opinion this book is overpriced and very amateur. What saddens me is all this end times judgement talk and this supposed Minister has several grandchildren? What message is a book like this sending to our kids who deserve to know God is "bigger than world events" and that God loves them and wants them to enjoy the same quality of life we did. Sure there are world events that seem like end times, but preachers have been milking this "Coming of Christ" for centuries. Like authors of the past, W. Larry Pharr will likely be laid in a grave with the rest of them and life will go on for his grandchildren. My opinion is, this is a pessamistic view of someone who maybe should get out there and participate in street ministry and spend quality time with the children (as Jesus Himself did) and perhaps this would bring some positive light to Mr. Pharr's writings. It is so easy today to sit in the relative safety of our homes in front of our computers and be completely out of touch with things, and with God. I've been ministering for over 40 years myself and honestly can't say I'd ever pen a book thinking I knew God. I try to live my life with as they say, the character of Christ and let that shine through to my friends, neighbors, church and internet contacts. If you're into this type of book go ahead and read it, but I found it disheartening that so many preachers have almost an arrogance that God has somehow chosen them to write, when in reality God asks us to seek HIM and we shall find him - not in works, books or opinions! May God Bless.