Agents of the Apocalypse A Riveting Look at the Key Players of the End Times Who Will Usher in Earth s Final Days Are we living in the end times Is it possible that the players depicted in the book of Revelation could be out in force today And if they are would you know how t

  • Title: Agents of the Apocalypse: A Riveting Look at the Key Players of the End Times
  • Author: David Jeremiah
  • ISBN: 9781414380490
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Who Will Usher in Earth s Final Days Are we living in the end times Is it possible that the players depicted in the book of Revelation could be out in force today And if they are, would you know how to recognize them In Agents of the Apocalypse, noted prophecy expert Dr David Jeremiah does what no prophecy expert has done before He explores the book of Revelation throuWho Will Usher in Earth s Final Days Are we living in the end times Is it possible that the players depicted in the book of Revelation could be out in force today And if they are, would you know how to recognize them In Agents of the Apocalypse, noted prophecy expert Dr David Jeremiah does what no prophecy expert has done before He explores the book of Revelation through the lens of its major players the exiled, the martyrs, the elders, the victor, the king, the judge, the 144,000, the witnesses, the false prophet, and the beast.One by one, Dr Jeremiah delves into their individual personalities and motives, and the role that each plays in biblical prophecy Then he provides readers with the critical clues and information needed to recognize their presence and power in the world today.The stage is set, and the curtain is about to rise on Earth s final act Will you be ready

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    About “David Jeremiah

    1. David Jeremiah says:

      Dr David Jeremiah, founder of Turning Point Radio and Television Ministries and senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church, felt God s calling on his life at a very early age Born February 13, 1941 in Toledo, Ohio, Dr Jeremiah was raised in a family deeply committed to ministry At the age of eleven, Dr Jeremiah and his family moved to Dayton, Ohio where his father, Dr James T Jeremiah, was the Pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church, and in 1953 became the President of Cedarville College in Cedarville, Ohio.As Dr Jeremiah was sensitive to God s leading in his life, he followed in his father s footsteps In 1963, Dr Jeremiah received a Bachelor of Arts from Cedarville College In that same year, Dr Jeremiah married his college sweetheart, Donna Thompson who also was attending Cedarville College as a business major He went on to earn a Masters degree in Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1967 He completed additional graduate work at Grace University and was granted the Doctor of Divinity degree from Cedarville College in 1981.In 1969, Dr Jeremiah began Blackhawk Baptist Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and developed a Christian school grades K through 12 In the 12 years he served as pastor, Blackhawk Baptist Church grew from 7 families to 1300 members He also launched The Bible Hour television program.Dr Jeremiah heeded God s call, and in 1981 he and his family moved to California where he became the senior pastor of Scott Memorial Baptist Church, now Shadow Mountain Community Church.Shadow Mountain Community Church is one of the largest churches in San Diego County It is also the home of Southern California Seminary and Christian Unified Schools As Dr Jeremiah began his ministry at Shadow Mountain, he felt God s calling to continue the broadcast ministry he started in Fort Wayne In 1982, Turning Point Ministries became a reality.Today, Turning Point s 30 minute radio program is heard nationally and internationally on over 1800 stations and translator satellators In recognition of Dr Jeremiah s commitment to teaching the Word of God, he received the Broadcaster of the Year Award in 1999 from the National Religious Broadcasters NRB , in August 2002, received the Award of Merit from the Western Chapter of National Religious Broadcasters for Excellence in Broadcasting and Faithfulness in Service, and in 2006 Turning Point received the Best Radio Teaching Program Award Dr Jeremiah has served on the Board of Directors for the NRB since 1996.Turning Point launched a television program in 1982 in San Diego and went nationwide in 2000 Now seen around the world through cable and satellite technology, as well as on terrestrial stations all across the United States, conservative estimates suggest that close to 200 million homes around the world have access to Dr Jeremiah s Bible teaching each week Turning Point Television offers a half hour Bible study message and a full hour worship service with the same great preaching Carried on several national and international networks such as TBN, ION, and INSP, Turning Point Television has most recently been added to Middle East TV Network and BET, the Black Entertainment Network.Dr Jeremiah is a sought after conference speaker for organizations around the country He frequently speaks at Cedarville College, Dallas Theological Seminary, Moody Bible Institute, Billy Graham Training Center, Phil Waldrep s Senior Adult Celebrations and numerous NFL, NBA and Baseball chapels.Along with his speaking schedule around the country, Dr Jeremiah also finds time to fulfill another passion in his life, writing His books are always gripping and right to the point Some of his books include Escape the Coming Night, The Power of Encouragement, What the Bible Says About Angels, Prayer The Great Adventure, which brought him The Gold Medallion Award in 1998, God In You, Gifts from God



    2 thoughts on “Agents of the Apocalypse: A Riveting Look at the Key Players of the End Times

    1. I would have given this 5 stars for the chapters dealing with Heaven and Hell alonebut after reading Agents of Babylon which was even better, I have amended this rating to 4 stars.The author has brought some possible end times scenarios to life with his fictional tales. He then explains each of the fictional stories using Scripture to back them up. He makes it clear that these are only possible scenarios and that there is much about the end times that we just don't know. He has the rapture of th [...]

    2. Great combination of fiction and non-fiction. I was skeptical of this genre fusion, but kudos to Thomas Williams who wrote the story line for this book. He did an amazing job. I don't like fiction, but I was intrigued with this book's format and content. This book brilliantly quotes the Word of God and then uses the Word like a screenplay to write a modern illustration and story line.

    3. If you were sitting in the pews at Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California in the fall of 2014, the material published here would be very familiar to you. Or, if not, if you know anything at all about chapters 6, 11, 12, 13 and 20 in the New Testament book of Revelation, you’ll be right at home with Doctor David Jeremiah and Tom Williams’ “riveting look at the key players of the end times.” This Jeremiah and Williams-penned, 273-page commentary is based on a seven-Sunday [...]

    4. The Book of Revelation has always been the scariest book in the Bible to me. Growing up, it was bad enough that my perception of God was flawed,now there is a book that talks about the impending disasters. Needless to say, I was not looking forward to reading any book that talked about the apocalypse or anything that related to the end times. However I am studying the book now with a couple of friends and this book really modified my views on the rapture, the Second coming, and the similarities [...]

    5. This is well worth the read, giving a fictionalized story at the beginning of each chapter and finishing with scripture to back up the story. There are 10 "agents" with much reference to scripture mainly in Revelation but Old and New Testament as well. We are using this along with the dvd for a 10 week study in our Journey home group and everyone has been excited with the format and the knowledge of end times.

    6. An Outstanding work that ministers to the body of Christ while perhaps simultaneously evangelizing to seekers of truth. May God continue to prosper the Turning Point Ministry and its faithful witness.

    7. The best book on the book of Revelation that I've ever read. It made it much easier to understand. He has become one of my favorite christian authors.

    8. One of the best books regarding the topic of Revelation I have read. Jeremiah really breaks the end times down in a way that helped me to understand the Scriptures even more.

    9. Dr. David Jeremiah uses dramatization and scriptural interpretation combine to explain the End Times of Revelation. Excellent!

    10. “Who Will Usher in Earth’s Final Days? Are we living in the end times? Is it possible that the players depicted in the book of Revelation could be out in force today? And if they are, would you know how to recognize them?In Agents of the Apocalypse, noted prophecy expert Dr. David Jeremiah does what no prophecy expert has done before. He explores the book of Revelation through the lens of its major players—the exiled, the martyrs, the elders, the victor, the king, the judge, the 144,000, t [...]

    11. In Agents of the Apocalypse, Dr. David Jeremiah breaks down the barriers that Christians erect when we attempt to read the book of Revelation. If you are like me and often find the cryptic, metaphorical, and highly symbolic language of the text to be a stumbling block to your own personal study, then Dr. Jeremiah’s imaginative dramatization of end-time events may aid in your ability to wrap your mind around this prophetic work.I confess that I was leery about the use of fiction to unlock the T [...]

    12. I received a early copy from Tyndale Publishing House for a fair and honest review. due to length of the review and the nature please check it out in its entirety at:wp/p4WOaj-42Overall Impression: 5 stars – It was amazing. If you are like me and love the book of Revelation this book is definitely for you. Even if you do not have mch knowledge of this particular gospel please read this book. Times within our world are changing fast. Dr. Jeremiah and this book helps to put things into prosectiv [...]

    13. Agents of the Apocalypse is a fascinating book about the end times described in scripture. Each of the ten chapters begins with a gripping fictional account in today’s world. This “story” is followed with an explanation from the scriptures tying it into the account and what will happen regarding the martyrs, the 144,000 witnesses, etc.For example, in the chapter titled The Victor, a stunning account of Christ’s return is given. Then the author presents the scripture behind the story and [...]

    14. ***If you entertain questions about current events in relation to prophecy,"Agents of the Apocalypse" belongs on your bookshelf. Noted prophecy expert, Dr. David Jeremiah asks, "Are we living in the end times?" in his October 7 release, Agents of the Apocalypse where he looks at prophecy through chapter length treatments that include fictionalized accounts of Revelation's cast of characters and events as well as "the Scripture behind the story." He believes his unusual approach [...]

    15. Jeremiah structures the book with first a fictional description of one of the key players in Revelation followed by the biblical background to the story. These fictional accounts of, for example, the martyrs, the 144,000, the two witnesses, the dragon, etc. make very interesting reading. The problem I have with the book are the presuppositions that undergird the content. Jeremiah assumes that you subscribe to his pre-trib, rapture, millennial timetable. In the section after each story in which h [...]

    16. I thought this book was very well written. Because of the way it was written I was better able to understand so many things I was previously confused about. It was a tremendous help to me to have the chapters presented the way they were- first as a fictional story, then the scripture to compare with it and explain it. The use of the fictional story also helped to hold my interest in the book, and make it more real to me. Let's face it, the book of Revelation is complicated one and many books on [...]

    17. Very much enjoyed this book. In fact, it convinced me (although it was not written to do this) of per-millinialism approach. This book was written in such a way that you can visualize an actual event of the End Times, see what the Scripture says/means about it, and understand the events that are going on. It is written in chapters and each chapter is a different player in the End Times. This new way of looking at the End Times really reveals a different outlook and changes the way you view the e [...]

    18. This book through going over the main players of the end of the world and how they interact with each other brings a realistic view of what the Bible says about the end times. Although this book uses fictional stories to describe the end times, the foundation of these stories are solidly anchored in the Bible. David Jeremiah does not use sensational language to catch the reader's eye, but warns the reader to believe in Jesus Christ before it is too late. If you are like me and believe in Jesus C [...]

    19. A fascinating and easy to read study of the Book of Revelation. The author begins each chapter with a sub-section containing a fictional account of what the scripture states, then follows up with a sub-section about the scripture behind the story. This technique makes it very interesting and easy to understand. I have studied many books on prophecy and Dr. David Jeremiah’s books are the easiest to understand. Although no one knows when the ‘end times’ will come, this book can help us under [...]

    20. I found this book to be thoroughly enjoyable, and easy to read. The beginning of each chapter was a fictional account of a future event, followed by an scriptural explanation by Dr. David Jeremiah. The fictional stories all connected together for a complete story of what Christians believe are end time events, and the explanations by Dr. Jeremiah completed the story. So from the time of the Rapture, to the rise of the anti-christ, to the battle of Armageddon and through the millennium, this book [...]

    21. Wow!!! If you haven't read this book you really should find the time. This is an eye opener for Christians and non-Christians alike. David Jeremiah certainly puts things in a clear perspective as far as The Book of Revelation goes. If you think you have things sorted out . check again. You might not be as prepared to meet your Maker as you think you are and at least by becoming aware of it now you still have time to make some changes just saying

    22. David Jeremiah is a well know Bible teacher and I am always struck anew with the way he writes. Biblically sound, and yet dramatic and makes you think in a new way. We are closer to Christ's second coming than ever before. This book is an easy to follow, understandable view of the Book of Revelation. If you wonder what the future holds, I highly recommend this.

    23. Eye opening This book gave an easy to understand view on the Book of Revelation. Using a modern day fictitious story (followed by the Bible scripture) made it easier to put the Book in perspective. I would recommend it to anyone looking for answers to what is to come for mankind.

    24. A fascinating explanation of Revelation. I appreciate the fiction parts that showed how the facts of Revelation could possibly come about. The more I study Revelation the more I understand, but there is still a lot I do not understand. This is a must-read for people wondering about end-times. It really emphasizes the need to be a child of God to avoid the catastrophes in end times.

    25. Um. It was interesting. It has a "story" then a description of how the story follows scripture. The Book of Revelation is pretty scary if you read it. What I don't get is why Christians are singled out. Why would folks who perhaps follow a spiritual path faithfully get booted out of the Book of Life? Doesn't seem fair. "Seven Masters One Path" is a good book.

    26. I'm interested in Bible prophesy but find it hard to understand. This book uses fictional storytelling to give the reader an idea of what could happen, then uses Bible verses to back it up so you can understand.

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