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The Last Hour By Giania Black
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This book gives a clear and realistic view of the End Times and its time frame, based on Bible Prophecy. It contains imformation relevent to christians and non-christians alike
The Last Hour By Giania Black
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This book gives a clear and realistic view of the End Times and its time frame, based on Bible Prophecy. It contains imformation relevent to christians and non-christians alike
Your Last 24 Hours By Henry R. LeBeault
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A fictional, thought provoking look at how select people would spend their Last 24 Hours, if they had foreknowledge of their passing from this life.
The Last Half-Hour By Paul Hodgson
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Seventy Years through This Vale of Tears
The Last Half-Hour By Paul Hodgson
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Two Hours That Lasted Five Years By Billy Blake
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“Two Hours that Lasted Five Years” is a touching short story about 9/11 and how events that day changed one man’s outlook on life. In this beautifully written true story Mr. Blake... More > shares his personal account of both 9/11/2001 and a surprising event five years later. This story will leave you feeling that there is "hope" for good in today’s world and if we strive to believe in that hope than we will always triumph over tragedy in our darkest of times.< Less
The Last Hour, the First Hour, the Forty-second Generation By Donald Peart
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This book explores the book of Revelations, the book of Daniel, the Gospels, and so on to unveil an understanding of times. We discuss how the antichrists relate to the last hour of each age; we also... More > explore the first hour of the beast, its name, mark and number. Through, the Holy Scriptures we can indeed understand the times and seasons of the Lord Jesus.< Less
The Last Hour, The First Hour, The Forty-second Generation By Donald Peart
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This book explores the book of Revelations, the book of Daniel, the Gospels, and so on to unveil an understanding of times. Here is an excerpt: "There are some times and seasons that God reveals... More > unto us. Paul gave the descriptions of the “last days,” Peter also discussed the “last days.” John, the beloved, boldly declared in his day “that it is the last hour.” The book of Revelation also unveils the “first hour.” My point is this: There are some things concerning “timing” that God has made know to His Church. God gave his Church an “understanding of the times.” A good example of this is: Paul indicates that the Day of the Lord is like a pregnant woman who has labor pains (1Thessalonians 5:1-4)."< Less
The Last Hour: The Epistles of John Are Prophecy For Today By Gerald Flurry, Philadelphia Church of God
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The Apostle John lived in the midst of a savage persecution. Many of God's churches were being taken over by traitors. When he wrote his epistles, John thought it was "the last hour" before... More > Christ's Second Coming. In fact, it was only a type of our time today. Every detail of what John prophesied is now being fulfilled! John's "last hour" epistles are mainly for God's end-time Church! In this book: • We Are in "the Last Hour" • Christ Is Coming in the Flesh • Fighting the Antichrist • The Eternal Logos Vision • Witness—the Word Nobody Understands • Our Advocate When We Sin • Behold! Sons of God! • The Elder • Gaius Had the Secret of Success • From the Beginning< Less
Poetry Hour By Pejman Shirzadi
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Poetry is an important part of who I am and how I see the world. Poetry opens me up to possibilities of sound and rhythm, plus it helps me say what is so hard to put into words. I also love how... More > poetry demands that I see the space we live in as more than black and white. Through poetry, I can bear witness to current and historical events and tell a story about them. These and so many other reasons are why I write poetry and why I continue to struggle to find the right words to express an image, a feeling or the hardened ground after last week’s sleet storm. My aim is to rescue some portion of the drowned and drowning, including always myself. The possibility of suffering being redeemed by art, being made meaningful and thus real, is still vital to me. I have a strong sense of things going out of existence at every second, fading away at the very moment of their coming into bloom: in the midst of life we are in death and I am Poetry Hour.< Less