Item description for La Vision by David R. Wilkerson...
Overview SPANISH EDITION. Tomorrow will not be better. Wilkerson unfolds the vision God gave to him regarding the world's future. Christians as well as non-believers will want to hear God's warning to truly repent.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.02" Width: 4.44" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.295 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1975
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0829706089 ISBN13 9780829706086 UPC 025986706081
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More About David R. Wilkerson
David Wilkerson (1931-2011) was the founder of Teen Challenge and World Challenge and longtime senior pastor of Times Square Church. He authored more than thirty books, including the bestselling "The Cross and the Switchblade" and "Knowing God by Name." He ministered to people worldwide, and on the day of his death, he was still ministering.
David R. Wilkerson currently resides in New York, in the state of New York.
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The Vision impacted my life Oct 8, 2005
I heard about David Wilkerson's vision in the early 70's and in fact had a copy of the album (yes album) he delivered it to a Lutheran conference in the early 70's in Minneapolis, MN. It had a profound affect on me and my husband and in fact I still recall the dire predictions and have seen many come true over the years. You don't have to agree with Wilkerson's religion, but you should read the vision as an insight into what the Lord was revealing to him. He was obedient to deliver it to the church and if the church is so apostate that it can't receive it (which is exactly what was in the vision back in 1973) God help us! I'm going to take a refresher course and re-read "The Vision" because so much has come true already. The great upheavals in the weather (Hello Katrina) the homosexual movement, the extreme change in the family (no one would have believed it true back in the 70's-remember The Wonder Years, that's how we looked at things). It is definately a "vision" that God has given the church to help her make sense of the things to come, and I have used it as such over the past 22 years. I recommend it, and you can decide for yourself if it hasn't been right on the money these past 20 some years.
Wake Up People, This is For Real! Sep 7, 2005
I first read "The Vision" back in the early '70's, when most of the envisioned vision was unbelievable at best. There have been many naysayers over the years, but if one looks at just the past year, they will see how much of Mr. Wilkerson's vision has come to pass. It's chilling to see the realism of it all carried out on practically a daily basis. Those who don't see this or refuse to believe it are only kidding themselves.
Bang on Nov 10, 2003
The idea now that Wilkerson is a "false prophet" is now so ridiculous, so patently and totaly absurd, that I can look back at some of these one star reviews with nothing but awe. We are most definitely experiencing WEIRD weather. Compared with the 70's, we might as well be on a different planet. Sunspots recently bigger than anything recorded, ever at all. Porn? Everywhere. Worse than this, violence amongst teenagers, young people fueled up with stuff that would have gotten them into psychiatric prison, let alone jail, way back when....the 70's.
The arts are in a terrible state and even looking at something as superficial as C.D. sales, any jackass can see that something has got to give. An important point Wilkerson raises is that the name of Christ is held up ridicule. I hold myself up to ridicule, and often enjoy it, but other people are not so robust and have taken that great Name and put it to whatever shame they could. That has most certainly happened.
Ther has been appalling trouble in the church, with the faith movements, run by wolves, ruining and misleading people of God, but still God is faithful and gets to people who look for him, just as his said he would. There is to be NO great end time revival, but a few will repent of their sins, get real small so that God can be big in them.
Someone reviewing this seems to think that we have not been through an economic cataclysm. Maybe that's because real estate has gone mad - both are in the book and they have forgotten the hi tech bust. Well, after all, its been, how long... Two years?
Tell you what though. Most scary of all is that Christ will come back in great anger. That is for certain, unless, of course, you tend to the belief that Christians are going to forceably bring to world to Christ in some military showdown. Which brings us back to the 1984 type scenario.
Wilkersons advice to seek the face of God, a theme in many of his books is good enough for me. Worth a great deal.
Knowing the prophesies came true Jan 31, 2003
For anyone remotely interested in premonition and visions of the future, this book is a must read. For those of us who grew up in the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's, too many of David's visions came true during the 80's. Some have yet to come to pass, but as the rest did, you can be sure these will.
This isn't a Bible, but it does make the Bible come to life more, seeing that one man's god inspired visions of the NEAR future came true and continue to do so, help to bring back any lost or faltering faith. This book may not be a big read but it makes Nostradamus look pathetic.
Armaggedon is on the way. God's wrath is pouring, David saw it. Are you man or woman enough to read about it?
God's Prophet for a time to come Aug 29, 2002
Whether David Wilkerson is a prophet of God for a time to come remains to be seen, but according to Scripture, everything which he states in a vision must come to pass. ... ...I read this book when it was first published, and again many years later, and I can't say anything bad about it. If you are going to hinge your life on the words of a mere man, then get real disappointed, pilgrim. If you are going to measure everything a man, including a man of God, says against the Holy Scripture, then you are following the advice of Paul the Apostle, who said "prove everything." But don't discount David Wilkerson, yet. He didn't see everything in vivid color, nor did he understand what the future would hold. But he's been correct, one way or another. Get a grip, those who would dismiss this. Go to Times Square Church in New York City and take it up with him. Get on his mailing list. He loves Christ with all his heart. Maybe some of you should do the same. Highly recommended, but read it from the vantage point of his published date and track where we headed.