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Judgment : The Innocent Suffering

ByRon A. Fahrenholz II

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This is a must read for every non-believer, believer, and lukewarm Christian. If you love John Bunyan's "The Pilgrim's Progress,” Bob Sorge's "Secrets of the Secret Place," and Robert Liardon's "God's Generals,” you'll absolutely treasure this piece by Ronald A Fahrenholz II. – Susan Elizabeth, Professional author and editor Zeph.1.14 - The great day of the Lord is near - near and hastening fast. Hark! the voice of the day of the Lord! The mighty man [unable to fight or to flee] will cry then bitterly. How near? How do we know this? This masterpiece was created under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit and He will minister to you as you read each chapter and learn from each lesson. This book, in its simple, concise, and apt characterization, would take you on a fantastic journey of in-depth understanding of our immutable realities as humans who simply sojourn the earth. It paints the perfect picture of the costs and effects of living, broadening our minds on how we, in our everyday activities, determine our own indefinite fate after now. The work opens our spirit to understand how we have been given a choice to determine our eternity just by living daily. Everything that been happening today is pointing to the end of time and the 2nd Coming of Christ. Do not ignore the warnings. God always gives us warnings before he makes a move to give us ample chance to change our hearts and repent. Jesus has been making himself known to everyone during this generation and the door to eternal life is closing forever. With all these significant moves, some are yet to take the gift of Christ seriously. They go about committing atrocities and evils. They ignore these prophesies and they think the judgement is a myth. How would you feel realizing that the decisions you made while on Earth were totally wrong? Some Luke-warm Christians spend their lives condemning others while they continue to engage in their own daily sin. Many in this generation are church-goers, yet they haven't truly surrendered to the will of God- Jesus Christ. Most confessed Christians are indeed saved by Grace, but they will not be raptured and they will have to experience the horrors of tribulation.


Publication Date
May 29, 2022
Religion & Spirituality
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Ron A. Fahrenholz II


Interior Color
Black & White
Digest (5.5 x 8.5 in / 140 x 216 mm)

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