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Glorious Appearing: The End of Days (Left Behind) download ebook
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0842343512
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978-0842343510
Author:
Tim LaHaye,Jerry B. Jenkins
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Tyndale Audio; Abridged edition (November 8, 2004)
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Home Tim LaHaye Glorious Appearing: The End of Days. Glorious appearing the . .Glorious Appearing: The End of Days, . Part of Left Behind series by Tim LaHaye. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31. Table of Contents. Seven years into the tribulation; three and one-half years into the great tribulation.

Glorious Appearing is in the phenomenal New York Times best-selling Left Behind series that rocked the publishing world and made millions think seriously about the future and their places in it. With special features relating. With special features relating to current events and end-times prophecy. Start reading Glorious Appearing: The End of Days (Left Behind Book 12) on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

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Author Jerry B. Jenkins, Tim LaHaye. The Glorious Appearing great read. This book is a real page turner, I read it in about two days. The storyline is compelling and fast paced.

Author Jerry B. Nothing seems to be able to stop the Antichrist, Nicolae Carpathia. Left Behind: Left Behind : A Novel of the Earth's Last Days 1 by Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye (1996, Paperback). Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Подержанные. оставлен 09yvette92819. It gave me a glimpse on what it will be like when Jesus comes back!

Glorious Appearing: The End of Days is the 12th book in the Left Behind series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B.

Glorious Appearing: The End of Days is the 12th book in the Left Behind series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Released on Tuesday, March 30, 2004, this book sees the surviving believers awaiting the return of Jesus Christ as the war of Armageddon and the seven-year Tribulation period draws to its climax. It was on The New York Times Best Seller list for 22 weeks.

Jerry B. Jenkins was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on September 23, 1949. He is the author of more than 175 books including the Left Behind series, Riven, Matthew's Story, The Last Operative, and The Brotherhood

Jerry B. He is the author of more than 175 books including the Left Behind series, Riven, Matthew's Story, The Last Operative, and The Brotherhood. He wrote the nationally syndicated sports story comic strip, Gil Thorp, from 1996-2004. He owns Jenkins Entertainment, a filmmaking company in Los Angeles, which produced the movie Hometown Legend, based.

Glorious Appearing: The End of Days is the twelfth and final book in the original Left Behind series written by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins and published in 2004. It is the day of the Lord's coming. Tsion Ben-Judah has been killed in Jerusalem, and Buck Williams and Rayford Steele are mortally wounded. Nicolae Carpathia is taking heat over the destruction of New Babylon as people who are dependent upon its financial resources are committing suicide over the loss of their fortunes.

Left Behind, Book 10. By: Tim LaHaye, Jerry B. Narrated by: Jack Sondericker. Length: 3 hrs and 12 mins. By Lucie on 04-02-15. Left Behind, Volume 12. Narrated by: Richard Ferrone. Length: 11 hrs and 12 mins.

The Experience in Sound and Drama series of audio products from Left Behind have captured the minds and ears of fiction fans worldwide. Aired on hundreds of radio stations nationwide as well as the Internet, this package of 12 new episodes will make a total of 144 available in this format. Based on Glorious Appearing, which releases on March 30, 2004.
Reviews:
  • Froststalker
Some parts of this book I would consider to be highly unlikely, and perhaps inaccurate, especially the way that some of the main characters experience the Glorious Appearing differently than the others. Some parts like having everyone run supernaturally to get to Jerusalem are probably highly unlikely, but it is very exciting. Other parts like the injured being healed instantly when the Glorious appearing begins is probably very likely.

Like “The Remnant” there are really too many characters involved. It can be hard to keep track of them.

Since this is the book when the AntiChrist and all other wicked people are finally brought to justice, this makes it very satisfying. But they point out the fact that this is justice, and not really victory or rejoicing.

It’s unusual having JESUS involved. It’s one thing to have entirely fictional characters involved, but having JESUS, as well as real angels involved makes it unusual, and somewhat questionable. I think it’s important to remember that this is not exactly how it will go, it will be similar, since it’s based on prophecy, but it may turn out to be significantly different. But for that matter, it’s pretty much the same thing with all of the prophecies that are played in the Left Behind Series.
  • Marige
As I see many who already read the entire series, I too am on my second go-around. This series, and the two authors, never get boring. They have a skill that never leaves you trying to figure out where they are leading. They bring a clarity to the book of Revelations that few can explain. I have already given away the entire first books I purchased and will toward these books again. There is no time that these books do not make a true gift! They can "SAVE SOULS"! What exceeds a gift of PARADISE forever? I am going to now start the Youth Series, before passing them on to my grandchildren! Then I will be moving on to more series by these Gentlemen. The only books that surpass these are the BIBLE itself and the BOOK OF MORMON, another testament to Jesus Christ. TRULY TERRIFIC reads! ???? ???? ????
  • Irostamore
As much as I have enjoyed each of these divinely inspired books, this is the one I couldn't wait to get to. I was raised in church and saved by grace at 16; I have known the joy of living in the center of His will, but I know there have been times I have broken His heart as well. I am far from a Bible scholar, but I have a good understanding of most scripture although I never understood Revelations until I read these books and I praise the Lord for leading me to them. I have heard many excellent sermons on the Rapture and the 7 years of tribulation; to be followed by the millennium reign. As far as I can remember I haven't heard a single message about the glorious appearing and was therefore eager to learn about it from two men I may never have the pleasure to meet, but it is obvious to me that these are men of God working for His glory and to see souls saved. I plan to use all I have learned thus far to help me witness to the unsaved around me. I ask other believers if they have read these books, suggest that they do, and would gladly share my collection with those nearby.
  • Ueledavi
I've read many of the reviews here of both very negative and positive critiques of the reviewers and can honestly say I'm very surprised on how visceral both sides have reviewed this book. I believe many of the reviewers may have lost sight of 'interpretation of factual prophecy' as it is interpreted by authors providing a 'possible' fictionalized future of events that are to come, and began to espouse how incorrect the authors or spot on.

Hopefully you'll find my review helpful as far as how the 'novel' is laid out and written as opposed to ones own personal beliefs and interpretations as I suppose we can all agree that the argument of the end times has divided both believers and non believers and the church itself.

As a whole, I found the first third of the book very slow at times and random plot threads that seemed irrelevant to both the climax and how the previous novels set forth the action. In it's totality, I honestly believe that a lot of superfluous dialogue and descriptions were overdone and actually detracted from the pace of the book. It may have flowed much better if a good 75-100 pages of 'fluff' with no substance could have been eliminated, but then again, I understand that the authors may felt the need to put out a 400 page novel to match the length of previous installments.

My other criticism of both 'Glorious Appearing' and many of the previous novels is what I personally believe as a very overly simplistic writing style that some may find either unrealistic or insulting. Not the content mind you, but interaction and conversations between characters seem to be 'dumbed' down to a sixth grade reading level at times. This may be intentional on the author's behalf as to not alienate a wide demographic of readers by using fancy words. I can understand with a subject matter like this that everyone has an opinion and you are always walking a fine line as to not to overtly offend or ostracize your readers. I believe that both LaHaye and Jenkins truly do care about the salvation of the human race and must make the content easy for anyone to understand no matter their faith. However, this can lend to a child like mentality in dialogue that some more mature people may find difficult to swallow. I kept thinking to myself that no one really actually talks like this. Even Christians that I know do not have this 1950's Leave It To Beaver like sanitized speech. In other words, while I find the story utterly fascinating and compelling, I'm often stymied with the too many 'Gosh darn & golly gee' speeches that just seem to silly.

It's these two points which lead me to giving it only three stars. If the dialogue was more realistic and secular it would come across as more intelligent and most likely gain another star from me.

As far as content and context to the end times itself and what is prophesized in the bible, I can't find much fault. Though I don't claim to be a theologian or bible scholar by any means, the authors interpretation paints a dim picture for non believers and really gives hope to those believers who have questions. Are the authors actually correct? I suppose only God and Christ know for sure, for it was Jesus who said "Only I know the hour and the day".

Speculation of the end times has dated back to almost 2000 years, but the faithful do believe it will happen. This is a taste, a 'what if' novel that we as readers can apply today looking at events and present day technology. Christ tells us to live our lives in a state of being 'ready' for we never know when that day will actually come, and despite the arguing many reviewers have espoused here on fact versus fiction, I think they are missing the point.

The overall theme is no matter how you personally think events may unfold, we must make a choice....accept or deny His fulfillment and paying our debt through His grace, love, and mercy.

Myself, as a Christian, was scared to read the final chapters. Some have argued that the Jesus presented here is a hateful, mean, unloving person. I didn't get that all....For me it was moving. I am scared because this novel made me look into the mirror at times and my spirit and soul ached not to ever be separated from Christ, whether in the end times or today. I wept for my friends and my family, and even myself. Any novel that can make me look at my own spirit and raise just as many questions about my own eternal destiny therefore transcends just pure entertainment value and has me wanting to make sure I reconnect with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. I think His love is shown in abundance here as he give the people of this earth chance after chance after chance, and yet they still deny, mock, argue, and trivialize over petty things. The point of the novel was to illustrate these follies and let the reader realize that we are over-complicating our decisions and analysis of these events. This is still a novel after all. In the end, it really is broken down to a very simple choice: we are either accept Him today in faith, or we deny Him.....but we must make a decision, like it or not, as the end times may be here before we know it.
  • Original
We love the Left Behind series of books and had the entire set, but had sold Glorious Appearing at a time when we needed some money. Now that I was re-reading the series, I HAD to get another Glorious Appearing (can't leave myself hanging!) and found one in excellent condition at Amazon.com. If you haven't read the entire Left Behind series, you would be smart to do so! You don't have to be a Christian or even a churchgoer to enjoy this fictionalized account of the end times (are they fast coming upon us today?), the Tribulation, the Great Tribulation and the Glorious Appearing of our Saviour and Messiah and Redeemer, Jesus the Christ! Based on Bible passages and accurately foretelling of these times to come in history.