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Discerners

by Larry Spargimino, Terry James, and Others
SKU: S1594

$20.00

In this book, eighteen authors—including noted broadcasters, teachers, and Bible scholars—tackle issues that are critical for this generation of believers to understand.

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Analyzing Converging Prophetic Signs for the End of Days

Authors include: Terry James, Todd Strandberg, Dr. Larry Spargimino, Don McGee, Jeff Kinley, Nathan Jones, Daymond Duck, Tom Hughes, Phillip Goodman, Grant Phillips, Jim Fletcher, Bill Salus, Pete Garcia, Gary Stearman, Ryan Pitterson, Jan Markell, Tim Cameron, and Dr. David Reagan.

When people keep turning their backs on God, they eventually become so wicked that He stops pleading for them to repent. Their hearts and minds simply can’t be returned to Him. Soon after that point, His judgment begins.

Thankfully, Christians have a God-given, spiritual gift of being able to discern the signs indicating how soon that judgment might be. So, it’s up to believers to step up and shoulder the responsibility of being “watchmen on the wall” during these confusing and troubling times.

Discerners does just that. In this book, eighteen authors—including noted broadcasters, teachers, and Bible scholars—tackle issues that are critical for this generation of believers to understand. Each contributor examines, under the microscope of Scripture, a specific topic, from anti-God movements within religion and culture to satanic geopolitical rearrangements. This, we believe, will help make understandable the madness taking place in this generation.

Discerners helps shine Heaven’s light on these strange but exciting times so near when Jesus will step out on the clouds of glory and call all who are born again to Himself  (1 Thessalonians 4:16–17).

“What I say unto you, I say unto all, Watch” (Mark 13:37).

Paperback
406 pages