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by Hector Valle
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Dramas & Plays
  • Author:
    Hector Valle
  • ISBN:
    1419641107
  • ISBN13:
    978-1419641107
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  • Publisher:
    BookSurge Publishing (November 9, 2006)
  • Pages:
    466 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Dramas & Plays
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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The Tribulation Trilogy. Religious organisation. Israel's Tribulation is the "time of Jacob's trouble" (Jer 30:7). Bible teachers feverishly trying to place the church Body here for a moment of this epoch do so from emotion rather than evidence. The Tribulation Trilogy. 17 July 2018 ·. Israel and the church are not the same and neither are God’s programs governing them.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. The second book in the Rapture series is filled with more action, more drama and more intrigue than the first book. Tribulation is a fun read and even stronger than Rapture. If you liked the first in the series, you will love this on. councilofpeacocks.

In Christian eschatology, the post-tribulation rapture doctrine is the belief in a combined resurrection and rapture of all believers coming after the Great Tribulation. Post-tribulation rapture position believes that there is a resurrection of both dead and living believers in Jesus Christ at the end of the age (or the "end time").

This isn't the first time the rapture has been foreseen. In fact eschatology, a branch of theology that studies the end times, often attracts writers who, like scientists, seek to prove, quantify and make predictions.

Mid-Tribulation or Post Tribulation Rapture Very briefly, in the very beginning of the first half of Tribulation, Moses and Elijah are revived or resuscitated and sent back to earth.

Mid-Tribulation or Post Tribulation Rapture. In the first portion of this study, we covered Matthew ch 24, where Jesus made it clear that we would not only see the "beginnings of Sorrows," but also some end-time tribulation. The Prophet Daniel spoke of laws and times being changed. Very briefly, in the very beginning of the first half of Tribulation, Moses and Elijah are revived or resuscitated and sent back to earth. They will oversee the rebuilding of the 3rd Temple and then the 144,000 Jewish men are raised by God to carry the Gospel into all the world and they will be under the control of Moses and Elijah.

But Death was cunning. Then Death stood aside and allowed the three brothers to continue on their way, and they did so, talking with wonder of the adventure they had had, and admiring Death’s gifts. In due course the brothers separated, each for his own destination.

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Rebecca Navarro, best-selling authoress of Regency romances, suffers a paralysing stroke. Assisted by her nurse, Rebecca plans her revenge on her unfaithful husband. His most recent novel Skagboys is the prequel to the bestselling Trainspotting. He currently lives in Chicago.

The Rapture Trilogy is the fictional story of Nathaniel, Cynthia and Jonathan, who learn of the harsh realities of life under David and the New World Order. Gritty, hard-edged and sometimes brutal, these stories will inspire you to re-evaluate your own relationships with Christ.

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When I started reading this book I thought I was watching a movie.
Mr. Valle's gripping story is ripe to be made into a feature film.
As one who provides affordable lodging for people in the
entertainment industry in New York I highly recommend this
captivating read. The writer grabs you and won't let you go.
Zugar
As reviewed by New York Times best-selling author Ellen Tanner Marsh

"The story itself is not biblically accurate," Hector Valle says in the preface to his collection of three end-times vignettes--and that is really the only thing that one could quibble with in The Rapture Trilogy. For in fiction inspired by such a heavily symbolic and abstruse book as the Revelation of St. John the Divine, what exactly does "biblically accurate" mean? It is true that nowhere in Revelation do we find the name of the Antichrist (we are only told his "number"); nowhere is the "mark of the beast" so clearly identified; nowhere is the precise nature of the One-World government specified.

Aside from such details, however, The Rapture Trilogy is a very biblical--and credible--account of how the prophecies of Revelation could come to pass, and how its seeds are present in our own time, written by an author who obviously understands the contemporary world. Consider, for instance, Valle's use of the "One Card" system in the book's post-Rapture world. "All retailers were required to accept the card," Valle writes, "and were authorized to replace all existing credit and debit cards with the One Card." The One Card is used for everything; all paychecks are direct deposited into a person's One Card account and all expenses are paid for with it--it is your pass into an airport, the ballpark, the nightclub, even your home.

This is David's scheme--David is the Antichrist of The Rapture Trilogy, his name a play on King David of the Bible--to control the world financial system, and thus the world. For as Revelation tells us, one key mark of the Second Coming is a One World Government led by an Antichrist who initially comes to power by bringing peace. In The Rapture Trilogy David restores order just like Hitler made the trains run on time. Meanwhile, in our contemporary world, credit card companies have begun to tout a "one card," by which you may accomplish a variety of tasks, but Valle--like any keen writer--has his eye on the deceptions and dangers inherent in such systems.

Consider, too, that in Valle's post-Rapture world, David makes use of cutting-edge medical technologies for world domination. For example, there are no more organ donors; instead doctors make use of stem-cell research and cloning to manipulate biology and cheat the Second Law of Thermodynamics. "David's father," Valle tells us, "was reported to have died from a mortal head wound during a major battle at sea and the new technology was able to bring him back from the grave." Again, Valle turns his ever-observant eye on the deceptions and dangers of misusing medical technology considered major breakthroughs today.

And that is the great strength of The Rapture Trilogy--that it pays attention not just to the Book of Revelation, but to the world. These page-turning vignettes are not only intriguing and credible, they also go far to accomplish Valle's real task of getting readers to turn again to the Book of Revelation and, more important, to pay attention to the world and not give in to its campaigns of convenience. For as Christ himself said: "And what I say to you all is, Watch."
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First off I know this is a low rating and I will get into my reasons why but first this book states that it isn't for Christians and is not biblically accurate. I can see where and why the author states this. I believe in God, but I don't agree with a lot of what the author portrayed as the walk with God. It's not that I don't believe in what the author is saying about the Rapture coming, but for something's I do need proof. This was a very hard book for me to finish, it literally took months. Maybe for me I wasn't in the correct headspace to be open minded enough to full "get" this book.
There were quite a bit of proof-reading editing errors within the book that took away from reading.