Read online or download a free book: Time's End
Publisher: AuthorHouse (27 Nov. 2013)
By: Effiong Ibok (Author)
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Time's End is an apocalyptic fiction drawn with great faithfulness from the Book of Revelations and written from the perspective of someone who was narrating an eyewitness account of the events from the Beginning of Sorrows to the end of the Millennium of Peace. Phil Jordan is a non-religious journalist married to a fervently religious wife Terry, a fundamentalist Christian who was convinced that the end of the world was imminent, and that all true believers will be 'raptured' before the period of The Tribulation and taken up to Heaven where they would sit out the suffering and death that was going to be visited on mankind. She was distressed that her husband did not share her believe and therefore destined to live through the painful experience of the period of tribulation and most probably spend eternity in Hell. To Phil, it was just the same old meaningless fantasy he had being hearing since Sunday School. Real life was different. From his vantage point as a distinguished journalist covering world events in all the major seats of power, things looked different. Why, he knew almost all the people that mattered. It even seemed ridiculously hysterical when Terry referred to his best friend in college as the Anti-Christ. He stopped listening to her then. Time's End is written as his eye-witness recollection of the events leading up to and after the Rapture, when it finally did come. He lived through the Tribulation, Armageddon and the second coming of Christ. He was lucky that grace was extended to him.
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