You Can Make It
God's Faithfulness in Dark Times--Past, Present and Future
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Your life is meant to be a testament of God's never-changing faithfulness and love even in the darkest times.
This book will shake you from spiritual slumber as you navigate these uncertain times and trust God's promises for the future. You will learn how to find hope, faith, and courage during a critical, pivotal time in the history of the church.
Hope in the darkest hour. In this riveting new book, Brace for Impact
, pastor and Christian television pioneer Jim Bakker pulls back the curtain and recounts the many struggles he and his family experienced in 2020, including attacks on his ministry and platform as well as physical struggles through a life-changing stroke. Along the way, he delivers a series of warnings based on the Book of Revelation that are both stunning and impossible to ignore. Finally, he shares how you can prepare physically and spiritually for the dark days ahead.
God's final time clock is running, and it cannot be stopped. Without a doubt, we are the revelation generation living in the last days. But if recent events have taught Jim anything, it is that there is security in the body of Christ and God will never abandon us. With the world at a critical crossroads, this is the last season to get prepared. The stroke of midnight is near, and God will return very soon for those who love Him. We may be in for unprecedented times, but when the dust settles, those who have prepared and committed their ways to the Lord will find themselves still standing. FEATURES & BENEFITS:
- Appendices that give advice and tips for activation
Frontline, 9781636410470, 272pp.
Publication Date: August 3, 2021
About the Author
Jim Bakker has authored more than a dozen books and is considered to be one of today's experts on the Book of Revelation. The Jim Bakker Show is an hour-long daily broadcast available up to 1.6 billion people throughout two hundred countries around the world through DirectTV and Dish Network. Jim and his wife, Lori, reside in the Branson, Missouri area.