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Throughout history, God has used earthquakes to prove His presence, deliver His people, execute His wrath, or demonstrate His power. In the future, the Bible says, earthquakes will also punctuate significant happenings set for the last days.
The writings of more than two dozen individuals in church history who have prophesied specific earthquakes for the end times are compiled in this book by Stanley Hoerman and Bob Armstrong. Included are the prophecies of St. Hildegard from the twelfth century, Mother Shipton from the sixteenth century, William Branham from the twentieth century, and current Christians such as Jim Bakker.
This trumpet call for believers to “get ready” for the end times offers a historical thread of prophetic expressions, each pointing us toward dramatic seismic events to come at the end of the age.
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