Monday, May 16, 2016

Apocalyptic Tremors Review (BookLook Bloggers)

Disclaimer: I received this in exchange for honest review from BookLook Bloggers.

I read Apocalyptic Tremors in exchange for honest review. The book was written by C.R. Chapman. The book helps people study the Book of Revelations in the bible.  I have read the Book of Revelations before and it is a scary, yet beautiful chapter. From the Earth's last days, to a description of Satan, and a description of Heaven, Revelation is an interesting chapter to read. Revelations contains symbolism as well.

God provided John a great vision of what is to come, but Revelations can be a hard chapter to read. Things, which have confused me is the 144,000 people, who will be raptured. When I first read the book, I thought this was all the people going to Heaven and the millions of other people in the world was doomed to Hell.

I also was confused about the first and second rapture, but I do love how people can still get saved during tribulation. The author did provide a chapter about tribulation. Chapman discussed how tribulation can be a time of joy, a time of testing, a time of punishment, and a time of persecution. Christians will be tested and killed for their beliefs during tribulation. I hope there is not too many plenty of Peter moments during this time (denying God). The author also said tribulation can be a time of deliverance from hell to eternal life.

I admit parts of the book was hard to understand, no matter how many times I read parts over again. This book and the book of Revelations is meant to be read slow for understanding.

I do like the diagram, which explains Revelations seals, trumpets and bowls. The author provides plenty of charts to help explain Revelations.

You can purchase the book, using the link above in Paperback and Kindle format. The book is prime-eligible.

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