An edge-of-your seat action-packed supernatural conspiracy thriller that reveals the spiritual warfare and God's deliverance of his people under the brutal Roman empire of the first century.
Spiritual Warfare, Sword and Sorcery, Angels and Demons
The human story is not the only one in this series. The book of Revelation unveils the spiritual warfare involved in biblical prophecy. So Chronicles of the Apocalypse shows the evil plans and actions of Satan and his fallen angels, the Watchers masquerading as gods of the nations. This gang of demons is not going down easily.
This is Not Your Mother's Left Behind
Most End Times Bible prophecy fiction follows the same futuristic fantasy that is speculative and entertaining, but continues to prove wrong as history unfolds. What many Christians don't know is that there is a strong tradition of Christian eschatology that unveils the Book of Revelation in its first century context as the apostle John originally intended it. Chronicles of the Apocalypse follows that lesser known biblical prophecy interpretation of the End Times, the Last Days, the Antichrist, 666, the Beast, and the Great Tribulation.
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By Marva on 29-01-18
Thank God for this book. Loved its depth and thoroughness; felt I am there. Such an incredible narrator which inspires anyone interested in understanding the Apocalypse better. All of the symbols make so much more sense. Can’t wait for the next Audible series to be available. Hurry!!! 🤔
p.s. Would love to meet Mr. Godawa and shake his hand for allowing the Lord to use him to bless so many. Amen.
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By galcarm on 14-09-18
Going forth conquering and to conquer
I've been reading Josephus' accounts off and on and this book relates quite a bit from Josephus. The story interwoven with history adds interest and helps to stay on track with the historical accounts.
The story of Severus caused me to consider The grace of God in my own life.
I found the part dealing with the installation of Vespasian as Nero's Legate of particular interest. This explanation is very compelling.
Well, I'm moving on to the next book, Resistant, and I expect it to follow much of Josephus' accounts... a truly heart-breaking historical account.