Signs of the Times (Paperback)
By Greg Laurie
You can see it. You can sense it. Events in our world seem to be racing toward some great climactic conclusion. Technology is on fire, nations are aligning and the earth itself shudders from earthquakes, tsunamis and natural disasters.
What’s next for our nation and our planet? What’s in store for followers of Jesus Christ? What’s taking place in the invisible spiritual world (mostly) hidden from our view?
Opening the Word of God, author and pastor Greg Laurie helps us see behind the frightening headlines and news reports. Even in the midst of gathering clouds and tumultuous events, the Bible points to a God in complete control. The Second Coming of our Lord is right on schedule – and may be right on the horizon.
About the Author
Greg Laurie is a regular WND columnist and the pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside and Orange County, Calif., one of the largest churches in the United States. He is the author of over 40 books, including "Hope for Hurting Hearts," "Signs of the Times," "As I See It," "What Every Christian Needs to Know," "The Greatest Stories Ever Told," "God's Design for Christian Dating," "Daily Hope for Hurting Hearts" and his biography, "Lost Boy." You can also find his study notes in the Start! Bible.
Host of the nationally syndicated radio program "A New Beginning," Laurie is also the founder and featured speaker for Harvest Crusades – contemporary, large-scale evangelistic outreaches which local churches organize nationally and internationally, that have reached over 4 million people in attendance. He and his wife Cathe have been married for 38 years, are the parents of two children and grandparents of four and live in Southern California.
•Paperback: 192 pages
•Publisher: Kerygma Publishing; (February 23, 2010)
•Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.1 x 0.5 inches
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