The Cry of a Lonely Planet


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This addition to the Heritage collection looks at the "why" in the world around us; wars, crime, death, disasters, and false prophets. And most importantly, why this lonely planet is full of tears—and what God intends to do about it.

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This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage Project, a plan to re-publish classic books from our historical archives and to make valuable books available once more. The content of this book is presented as it was originally published and should be read with its original publication date in mind.

The book that you hold in your hand will tell you— why God hasn’t stepped in to stop the war and crime and sickness and disaster that seem out of control. Why a strange, cosmic war—in which not a shot was fired, and in which not one participant died—concerns you personally. Why do psychics sometimes possess information that is known to no living person but you? Why and how a false prophet can easily be recognized. Why any prediction of the precise time for the world’s end is sure to be wrong. Why do you need to know what happens after death? And most importantly, why this lonely planet is full of tears—and what God intends to do about it.

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Item Format Paperback
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Weight (lbs) 1.100000
Page Count 350
Language English
Year Published 2012
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