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  • Author:
    Tim LaHaye
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    1414334990
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    Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.; Reprint edition (April 1, 2011)
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    448 pages
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The Remnant 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 . Although none of us want to leave our loved ones.

The Remnant 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 to current events and end-times prophecy.

The Remnant: On the Brink of Armagedon is the tenth book in the Left Behind series written by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins and published in 2002. Global Community Supreme Potentate Nicolae Carpathia has his oldest and newest enemies right where he wants them: massed at Petra, a million strong - within reach of two bombs and a missile no one could survive without a miracle.

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The Remnant: On the Brink of Armageddon is the tenth book in the Left Behind series written by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins and published in July 2002. It was on The New York Times Best Seller List for 19 weeks

The Remnant: On the Brink of Armageddon is the tenth book in the Left Behind series written by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. It was on The New York Times Best Seller List for 19 weeks. It takes place from 43 months to 6 years into the Tribulation and a month to 2 1/2 years into the Great Tribulation. The Remnant begins immediately after the end of Desecration.

Timothy LaHaye was born in Detroit, Michigan on April 27, 1926. He wrote or helped write over 50 fiction and non-fiction books. He is the co-author of the Left Behind series and the Left Behind: The Kids series with Jerry B. Jenkins. He began preaching while working at a summer camp. In 1944, he joined the Army Air Force and was a machine-gunner on bombers in Europe. His non-fiction works cover a wide variety of subjects including marriage, family life, depression, homosexuality, anger management, education, and politics. He died days after he had a stroke on July 25, 2016 at the age of 90. Jerry B. Jenkins was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on September 23, 1949.

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The Remnant: On the Brink of Armageddon. A repackage of the tenth book in the New York Times best-selling Left Behind series. The Remnant - Tim LaHaye

The Remnant: On the Brink of Armageddon. by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Tyndale House PublishersReleased: Mar 16, 2011ISBN: 1414334990Format: book. The Remnant - Tim LaHaye. Forty-three months into the tribulation; one month into the great tribulation.

Nicolae Carpathia has his enemies right where he wants them: massed at Petra, a million strong. The Trib Force’s aliases and even their safe houses have been compromised, forcing Rayford, Buck, and all the members to flee for their lives while trying to maintain their overt opposition to the Antichrist. All pretense is gone, even on the part of the Antichrist, as the planet hurtles toward the ultimate showdown between good and evil. A repackage of the tenth book in the New York Times best-selling Left Behind series.

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Now that I've finished "The Remnant" there are only two books left. What will I do then?!? Although the Left Behind series is far from what I would normally read, I have enjoyed it immensely. I still believe that you don't have to be religious to enjoy the series (I know I never have been), but it should be pointed out that the further you get into it the more the talk and focus is on the Bible and the prophecies within. It has actually given me a lot to think about. I know that the storyline is fictional; but the information, quotes, and prophecies are directly from the Bible and the future that it has foretold for us. I like the "prophecies IQ questions" and the "truth behind the stories" sections they have at the end of each book too. They answer some pretty interesting questions and facts.

"The Remnant" takes place in years 4(maybe 4 1/2)-6 of the 7 year tribulation. It seemed to be like the calm before storm, or in this case the great war of good against evil. Most of the time at this point the bad guys have been nearly out of commission due to one judgement after another being sent down from the wrath of God. So the Tribulation Force and the co-op have had a chance to get ahead and prepare for the final terrifying year before Armageddon; especially since the mark of the Antichrist has become a requirement to basically live, trade, and breathe. I'm pretty sure the calm won't last much longer, though, since the next book is "Armageddon." I can't wait to get back into the middle of the action!

All-in-all "The Remnant" is simply a great read, just like every book before it, and I'm sure that "Armageddon" will be just as addicting! It is definitely worth taking the time to read.
Dddasuk
After reading Desecraton, I was so disappointed that I was ready to hang up the series. Books 1-6 had been enjoyable and what I would consider 'really good' books for all. By books 7&8 things were beginning to decline. However, when I read book 9 I was certain that the only reason it was published was because of the author's names and the attention they had drawn from the previous books in the series. What a total disappointment it was. I came close to not continuing with the series. However, I am very glad I was stuborn and proceeded to do so. The Remnant is truly worthy of putting them back into favor with me.
The Remnant is fast moving, and detailed. We are seeing events happening and unfolding as we would imagine they will be. You will see action that includes nearly all of the characters being involved, without staying on one character or series of events that lasts too long. The pace is set just right. It is not going too quickly that it is skipping details that are important, and yet it is not slowing down and describing every minor and boring detail that we surely are not interested in.
Chloe is annoying, and although her desire to 'be in the action' obviously shows us that she is better off working on the Coop project, she proves she is not good when it comes to common sense in a crisis. Sabastian's section of his capture and exciting escape is detailed and truly a worthy adventure in itself. The rather silly appearance of Michael as co-pilot was somewhat goofy, but humourous in a way. (While at the same time, we can only admit that God works in mysterious ways and He can do anything) And, the amazing events at Petra will only confirm how the Lord does protect His flocks.
Reading this can only bring comfort to those who fear death. That is..........if you know the truth. Although none of us want to leave our loved ones. And, I know that I am a sinner and it will be hard for me when I have to look Jesus in the eyes and answer for what I've done here. I surely have not used all that He has given me and done my best. It is still exciting, to us who know Christ. And, to those who do not, I pray it will make them want to. That it will make them search and find the Truth.
This book is fiction, we all know that. But, only God knows exactly when and where and how these events will take place. The stories from this series bring out our imagination to think and comprehend what is totally uncomprehensible. Many things are quoted from scripture and will occur. The hows,whens, wheres - we have yet to find out. But, if you are not a believer,you surely will find some parts that cause you to want to search further and learn more. I pray that you do. If for no other reason than to just learn more. If you are a believer, then you can enjoy these, knowing that although they are fictional writing, they are inspired by truth.
I definitly recommend this book. And, although you may have been dissappointed with 9, don't give up and stop there. Read on.
Celace
After reading the previous nine installments of this series, I was really torn on how to review this one. By giving it only two stars I may invoke a negative reaction, however, I couldn't shake the feeling that the first 100 plus pages was a very drawn out and boring filler material until the book picks up in the second half.
After the cliffhanger in 9, I expected to delve right into action that wouldn't stop with only a few years left of the tribulation. Sadly, only the first few pages deal with the cliffhanger in Petra as we left the Antichrist Carpathia making a strike against those believers under God's protection.
Unfortunately, after this is quickly resolved the reader embarks on a very lengthy and unexciting rescue attempt of a character George who is being held by the GC. Chloe, Mac and one other Trib force member decide to rescue him and while everything is under God's plan, it just seemed to me that there was so much fake dialogue and convenient holes in the rescue attempt I often fought the urge to skip ahead. It was this tangent made me feel that this was a separate novel altogether.
With that said, fortunately, the story does pick up, though time advances quite a bit. The sides are pretty much drawn up at this point, those believers who evangelize for God, and those that are loyal supporters of the Antichrist. While Carpathia has a smaller role in this book, his madness and evils become more apparent. He can't grasp that the 'curses' that are opened up on the earth are the judgments of God and tries to convince the populace that these things will pass, that his scientists are working on cures. Water is in short supply, and after another year into the tribulation so-called GC loyalists are starting to have second thoughts about Carpathia. There is even rumor that certain regions wish to defect as the world plunges into further chaos.
The Tribulation force on the other hand receive some assurances from the Lord. They seem to be protected from certain earthly ailments and judgments, and are provided for in miraculous ways. There are more sightings of angels and miracles, however, God is indeed allowing the balancing of the scales. Carpathia, not to be outdone sends out his own 'cultists' who perform 'miracles' in his name, however, with a hidden agenda...a quick slaying of those that have yet to decide.
Towards the tail end of the novel there are some interesting and frightful descriptions of events that are unfolding, and I personally think this is the meat and potatoes of this novel, not the filler material upfront.
Remnant ends with the Lord plunging the world into darkness and it's just about 6 years into the tribulation.