America, the True Church, and the End of the Age
Before you can understand end time prophecy you must first understand who the lost tribes of Israel are, and then you must understand the current status of the Christian Church. Part III of the book then explains the timetable of end time prophecy . . . and why it will be so confusing that many Christians will confuse the two witnesses for the beast and false prophet! More
Never before in American history have so many people felt so uneasy about the future course of this great country. In spite of the fact that the U.S. has always had serious problems of one sort or another, there is a growing concern today that something is terribly wrong; a kind of foreboding sense that —unlike it always has in the past — the future will not simply “work itself out.” Just who are we as Americans anyway? What is our true destiny? Does it really make sense that there “end time” prophecies concerning Turkey, Egypt, Iran, Russia, Ethiopia and many others, while the Bible is silent about the wealthiest and most powerful nation in history? Actually, the Bible has a great deal to say about the United States at the end time, and Part I of America, the True Church, & the End of the Age gives you about the best guide to that information you are likely to find.
And what about the confused state of “the Church,” not only in America but around the world? It’s time we stopped kidding ourselves and admitted that modern Christianity just doesn’t measure up to the New Testament standard. Your Bible suggests that any church claiming to be Christian, but not having power, is false! Part II of this book shows you clearly from the scriptures what the problem is . . . and how both the Christian Church and its power will be restored, in a rather dramatic way, at the end of the present age.
Part III of the book lays out in detail what will happen during the final seven years prior to Christ’s triumphant return to earth. This is the period known as “Daniel’s seventieth week.” The message of God’s two witnesses will occupy the first 3 1/2 years, and their message of “restoration” (Matt. 17:11) will not be well received by Christians. Many will even confuse them with the beast and false prophet, who will occupy the second 3 1/2 years of the final seven. Given how confusing and unexpected all of these events will be, you really can’t afford to be without the information contained in America, the True Church, & the End of the Age!