Have you ever wondered about life after Jesus Christ returns to the earth, the Day of Judgment, the New Heaven and the New Earth and teh rewards of the saints? With over 125 referenced scriptures, this book answers those questions.
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About the Author
Benjamin L. Reynolds is an Ordained minister and Senior Pastor a The Gospel of Christ Church International in Toronto, Canada where he teaches a great deal about the relevance of Bible Prophecy. He also currently serves as Foreign Missions Secretary for the Metropolitan Apostolic Fellowship organization and ministers at churches in the United States, Canada and the Philippines. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Society from Michigan State University while also serving as Vice President and later President of the Soldiers of Revival campus Ministry. He has a Masters of Christian Studies degree from Master's International School of Divinity.
Benjamin Reynolds other works include Seven Years Until Eternity: the Rise of the Antichrist, The Ten Greatest Prayers of the Bible, Living in the New Millennium and Beyond and When the Trumpet Sounds: Examining the Resurrection of the Church.
Seven Years Until Eternity: The Rise of the Antichrist is an exciting work of fiction that tells the story of how church members look for the rapture as they struggle to survive and spread the gospel while being aided by angels, spiritually attacked by demons and relentlessly hunted by the forces of the antichrist. Living in the New Millennium and Beyond examines what happens during the 1000 year reign of Jesus Christ on earth and after wards. When the Trumpet Sounds: Examining the Resurrection of the Church examines all of the scriptures in the bible that talk about the rapture/resurrection as well as the major prophetic events that precede the rapture of the church. The inspiration for his works come from a sincere desire in to present bible prophecy and end time events in a manner that readers can easily understand, enjoy and apply to their lives so that they will be well informed and prepared when these events begin to take place.