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Go on a dramatic journey with Jacob and Alexandra, a young, married couple inspired by the grim headlines to return to Scripture and to live by faith through the unfolding of end-time events. Rediscover Bible prophecy, imagine your own end-time experience, and build a relationship with the One who promises to sustain you through the hardest times.
Jacob had settled into the long ride wondering how they could possibly survive the lethal temperatures and biting wind swirling around them in the open cattle truck. He was sure God would preserve them. The world’s probation had closed, but God’s people would be safe.
The changes around us are obvious. Every screen, newspaper, and magazine vibrate with the unending torrent of bad news. Politics, relationships, the Earth, and even human bodies seem to be stressed to the brink of collapse. Yet to those who are familiar with Bible prophecy, none of these gut-wrenching scenes are surprising.
In Last Call, author Bradley Booth takes readers on a dramatic journey with Jacob and Alexandra, a young, married couple inspired by the grim headlines to return to Scripture and to live by faith through the unfolding of end-time events. As catastrophic weather events, dangerous false religious movements, famine, pandemics, geo-political strife, and economic crises threaten all they know, Jacob and Alexandra commit themselves to Jesus and His mission to bring hope to others in the last days of Earth’s history.
Through Jacob and Alexandra’s story, which is based on a traditional Adventist interpretation of end-time events, you will be challenged to
- Rediscover Bible prophecy,
- Imagine your own reaction to end-time threats, and
- Build a relationship with Jesus that can sustain you through the hardest of times.
“Because you have obeyed my command to persevere, I will protect you from the great time of testing that will come upon the whole world to test those who belong to this world. I am coming soon.” —Revelation 3:10, 11, NLT
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