Wake the Bride : Facing These Last Days with Your Eyes Wide Open
Author: Jeff Kinley
Jeff Kinley wrote this innovative guide to the book of Revelation for the same reason the apostle John wrote the original—to arouse a sleeping church to prepare for Christ's return. Jesus said, "Wake up and strengthen the things that remain."
The apostle Paul shared the same concern. "Wake up from your slumber, because our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed."
Many people are unaware of the signs of the times. Many others seem consumed by end-times hype. Kinley shows that our primary concern should not be the timing of Christ's return but rather the spirit and character He desires in His bride.
You'll find enlightening descriptions of Jesus and His coming, the church and its mission, heaven and judgment, Satan and the antichrist, and other themes of Revelation. Bolster your confidence and conviction with this up-to-date presentation of Christ's clear message to the church.
"Jeff Kinley has issued a clarion call for biblical soundness with clarity and charity for dealing with the doctrine of the rapture. Too many people want to argue their viewpoint with little regard or respect for fellow believers. Technically, everyone believes in a rapture, the only real question is 'when' does it take place? Wake the Bride is written with a balance of tone that makes for an appealing presentation. Don't miss it!"
—Dr. Ed Hindson , Founding Dean and Distinguished Professor, School of Divinity
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
224Pages / Publication Date: 20151001
About The Author: Jeff Kinley (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary) empowers people with vintage truth. Jeff is the author of more than 25 books, including As It Was in the Days of Noah and Wake the Bride, and he speaks all over the country. He and his wife live in Arkansas and have three grown sons. See jeffkinley.com for more information about his ministry.
Jeff Kinley (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary) empowers people with vintage truth. Jeff is the author of more than 25 books, including As It Was in the Days of Noah and Wake the Bride, and he speaks all over the country. He and his wife live in Arkansas and have three grown sons. See jeffkinley.com for more information about his ministry.
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