Earth's Final Moments: Powerful Insight and Understanding of the Prophetic Signs that Surround Us

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Coming soon: Earth’s final cataclysmic moment!

According to biblical prophecy, Earth is careening toward its final act on the stage of life. God is assembling the cast of characters and making preparations for the final scene--a scene so powerfully dramatic that nothing could possibly compare.

In Earth’s Final Moments, New York Times best-selling author Pastor John Hagee unveils how biblical prophecy and current world events are intersecting to...

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Overview

Coming soon: Earth’s final cataclysmic moment!

According to biblical prophecy, Earth is careening toward its final act on the stage of life. God is assembling the cast of characters and making preparations for the final scene--a scene so powerfully dramatic that nothing could possibly compare.

In Earth’s Final Moments, New York Times best-selling author Pastor John Hagee unveils how biblical prophecy and current world events are intersecting to give us an unparalleled glimpse into our planet’s final days. Aligning prophecy with End Time signs, he describes Israel’s emerging opponent and reveals the shock and awe of God’s coming judgment against those who oppose His people.

As the Jewish people return to their homeland and the situation in the Middle East continues to deteriorate, you can’t afford to miss what comes next.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781616384876
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 10/4/2011
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 154,323
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

John Hagee

John Hagee is the senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas. The nondenominational evangelical church now has more than 18,000 active members. Known best nationally for his End Times writings, he has authored several fiction and nonfiction best sellers, including Jerusalem Countdown, with more than one million copies sold.

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Introduction

According to biblical prophecy, Earth is careening toward its final act on the stage of life. God is assembling the cast of characters that will catapult Earth into its eternal moments, and final preparations are being made for the final scene—a scene so powerfully dramatic that nothing ever seen before could possibly compare with what God has in store for this final act. Pastor John Hagee unveils the intersecting of biblical prophecy and current world events to give us an unparalleled glimpse of this impending moment.

1. Dry Bones Await the Miracle Breath of New Life

In this chapter Hagee reveals the restoration to life of the dry, lifeless, scattered bones of Ezekiel 37. We learn that the restoration of the Jews to their own land is the opening of the plot leading to earth’s climatic final act.

2. Birth Pains of the New Age

Jesus presented a portrait of the end of the age and the coming of the Messiah. He presents a series of signs, including international wars, famines, and earthquakes and says, “All these are the beginning of birth pains.” This chapter demonstrates that the world and Israel are now having contractions (wars, rumors of wars, acts of terrorism, bloodshed, and violence around the globe) that will produce a new Messianic Era.

3. Enter: The King of the North

It would be sure fanaticism to suggest that the Bible mentions the word “Russia” in its text. Yet God, through Ezekiel, has made some very clear and specific revelations in the Bible concerning the rise of a great power to the north of Israel that will destroy the peace and stability of the world at the end of days.

4. Russia’s Supporting Actors

Hagee uses biblical prophecy to explain the role of Iraq and Iran and other Middle East Arab nations.

5. America: Too Late; Too Little?

We discover that the Bible predicts that the Western world will simply remain passive and inactive, lacking the will and national courage to respond in support of Israel when Russia and her allies attack.

6. Shock and Awe—God’s Revenge

Judgment is coming—not only to the invading forces but also upon all who support or allow the attack on Israel.

7. Armageddon—Battle for World Supremacy

The final act begins as the mother of all wars—the final battle on Earth at Armageddon—begins in a fight for control of Planet Earth. Through an unexpected twist of plot, the end of the world as we know it arrives as King Jesus begins His rule and reign for a thousand years of peace.

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