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    The Departure: God's Next Catastrophic Intervention Into Earth's History (Paperback) Edited by Terry James, Contributions by Dr Chuck Missler, Contributions by Thomas Horn, Contributions by Larry Spargimino, Contributions by III Dix Winston, Contributions by Jack Kinsella

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    DescriptionAs the world races toward its momentous end-times encounter with God, cascading fulfillment of Bible Prophecy clearly points to the catching away of the saints -- an event popularly known as the Rapture of the Church. Specific circumstances, which were prophesied to occur in the days just before this Departure, would appear as signs of the nearing moment, including: - The emergence of a new global order and global government.- Technological developments making possible the Mark of the Beast.- Apocalyptic turmoil in the Middle East, pointing toward nuclear Armageddon.- Global fascination with occult, demonic, and otherworldly manifestations.- Departure from the faith giving space to false doctrines.- Worldwide violence, upheaval, like it was in the days of Noah.In The Departure: God's Next Catastrophic Intervention into Earth's History, leading national and international researchers, scholars, authors, and speakers share their specialized knowledge about what you can expect in the coming days, and, more importantly, what you can do to be prepared for the Rapture of the Church.Contributing authors: Terry James, Chuck Missler, Thomas Horn, Larry Spargimino, Phillip Goodman, Jack Kinsella, Michael Hile, Joseph Chambers, Don McGee, Alan Franklin, Pat Franklin, Todd Baker, Daymond Duck, Wilfred Hahn, Don Perkins, Jim Fletcher, Todd Strandberg, Alan Franklin.


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