A recent social media meme shows a woman looking down the street saying, “Just trying to figure out what chapter of Revelation we’re in today.”
You may feel the same with 2020 already hosting a worldwide pandemic, massive job loss, and mandated quarantines. Add to that tornadoes, earthquakes, a murder hornet invasion, racial unrest, looting and riots. A friend asked me, “what next, locusts?” Then hurricane season opened where I live.
If you’ve ever wondered if believers alive at the time will go through everything the book of Revelation describes, or how close we might be to that time, my new book can help. I wrote it during the quarantine (after many years of studying and teaching Revelation). Soon to Come: The Revelation of Jesus Christ goes through the book verse by verse clearly and in a way that you don’t need a seminary education to understand.
Jesus said in John 16:33: “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” It’s a message our world needs—especially now. Before Jesus returns, the world will have to go through more intense trouble than ever before (in a concentrated seven-year tribulation period). But we can still have an inner peace. Revelation describes a lot of what will happen before, during, and after that time:
Revelation tells us that things won’t go on the same as they always have.
Revelation shows that God has a plan for this earth and for each of us. It is the only book of prophecy in the New Testament.
Revelation offers a special double blessing to all who read it and keep its teachings.
Revelation unveils Jesus Christ as He is now, glorified in heaven, as no other book.
Revelation teaches us how to trust the One who has everything under control.
If you’re at all curious about God’s plan for the world’s future, I hope you’ll read Soon to Come: The Revelation of Jesus Christ by Vicki Huffman. It is available only on amazon.com