People Are Asking...Is This The End?

Never have the headlines been this jarring, the cultural changes this rapid, or the moral decay this pronounced. What on earth is happening? After each new occurrence, the most oft-heard questions are, “Will the world ever be the same again?” and “Where is God in all of this?”

Over the last few decades, Dr. David Jeremiah has become one of the world’s most sought-after Christian leaders on topics that deal with biblical application and modern culture. And few would dispute that the pace at which things are

currently changing is unprecedented. “The time has come to accept this new normal,” Jeremiah says, “and understand how God’s hand is still at work on His eternal plan for mankind.”

One can't afford to ignore these warnings, but all can better understand the greater story and the role we each play in this changing world. From prophetic clues in Scripture to an understanding of the power of Christ in all believers, this book directs us on a clear path forward.

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As I reflect on the world around us, it is clear that things cannot go on as they are, and we wonder, is everything we have known coming to an end?

Is it too late to save our nation? Our world?

Where can we find a realistic reason for hope?

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The Age of Anything Goes

Ours is an age of decadence, self-delusion, and depravity of every variety—and each time we think things can’t possibly get worse, they do.

The shameful acts of yesterday are the celebrated triumphs of today. Perversions are normalized, purity is labeled puritanical, and the only act that cannot be tolerated is dissent from this brave new world where pleasure is king.

Scripture tells us that the road that leads to life is narrow, while the path that leads to destruction is wide. A glance around our culture today and one would be forgiven for thinking that the words found in Matthew’s Gospel are an understatement.

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The Age of Anything Goes

Ours is an age of decadence, self-delusion, and depravity of every variety—and each time we think things can’t possibly get worse, they do.

The shameful acts of yesterday are the celebrated triumphs of today. Perversions are normalized, purity is labeled puritanical, and the only act that cannot be tolerated is dissent from this brave new world where pleasure is king.

Scripture tells us that the road that leads to life is narrow, while the path that leads to destruction is wide. A glance around our culture today and one would be forgiven for thinking that the words found in Matthew’s Gospel are an understatement. Not only are many people walking down that wide path, they are holding a parade for themselves as they do, celebrating their sins as they march blissfully toward a judgment they don’t believe is coming. In the other direction, the narrow way seems overgrown with weeds from disuse.

As Christians, we should not be surprised at the depths to which humanity seems content to sink. Scripture speaks clearly of humankind’s propensity to sin and God’s holy intolerance of it. From the days of Noah to the days of the Roman Empire and beyond, people have been lovers of pleasure, inventors of evil, and happy to believe anything our itching ears want to hear. Beneath the constant barrage of the media telling us that anything goes, even Christians are tempted by the wide path. We’re being worn down and written off, and it seems easier to go along in order to get along.

How did things get so bad? Is there anything we can do to stem the tide? And what is God’s next move?

The Age of Anything Goes explores just how our culture made the leap from one founded on Judeo-Christian principles to one that persecutes those who hold to those values. What you read here may shock you. But without a clear picture of where we’ve been and where we are, we cannot truly grasp God’s marvelous grace, nor His plan for our future.


The Bleeding of Our Borders

Immigration, both legal and illegal, has been a hot button issue for decades, but never more so, it would seem, than now.

It’s an issue with political, practical, and moral facets that are not easy to reconcile with one another. While some call for walls and deportation, others cry out for mercy and amnesty. It’s a problem with no easy answers and millions of lives at stake.

It goes without saying that ours is a nation founded, built, and sustained by immigrants and their descendants. Whether driven by poverty and persecution or drawn by opportunities, immigrants have enriched our culture from the very beginning. From day laborers to nuclear scientists, every level of our economy relies, in part, on the hands and minds of immigrants. One of our greatest strengths is our will to accept and ability to assimilate people from all over the globe into this melting pot called America.

And yet, there has always been resistance to immigration. People are afraid that immigrants will take Americans’ jobs because they will work for less and in poor conditions. They are afraid that the people streaming into their country may be dangerous— criminals, drug dealers, terrorists. Many are afraid of anyone who looks, speaks, or dresses differently, or who worships some other god or gods.

The Bleeding of Our Borders considers all sides of this thorny issue with compassion and clarity, from the serious financial and personnel strain on America’s social services to the problems that arise when immigrant groups resist assimilation into American culture and fail to develop a new national identity. We’ll also discover how eager young immigrants are attending our schools, how brave and industrious people from all over the world are working in our economy, and how Christian refugees are a part of the beleaguered American church.

Most importantly, we see what God’s Word has to say about our responsibilities to the foreigners in our land.


The Increase of Intolerance

America was once a place where Christians were free to worship and live according to their consciences.

In fact, our country was built upon the principles of religious tolerance, individual liberty, and the right to dissent. In our founding documents, the source of these rights and freedoms is clearly acknowledged as God, not the government. Yet, the moral sea change we have experienced in the past century has so turned our culture on its head that to exercise those rights and freedoms means that a Christian risks marginalization, repression, and even outright persecution.

In the media, those who adhere to Christian values are portrayed as bigoted and backward, anti-woman and anti-gay, willfully ignorant and woefully out of touch. Government mandates seek to force Christians to act against their consciences and support practices the Bible calls sin. People are dragged to court for praying in schools or posting about their personal religious beliefs on their own private social media accounts. Jobs are lost, businesses are bankrupted, relationships are severed.

How are American Christians responding? Often with anger, bitterness, and withdrawal from the public square.

But how did the first Christians respond to persecution? When believers were being flogged, stoned, burned alive, and thrown to wild beasts in the arena, were they surprised? Incensed? Litigious? What about the millions of believers all across the globe today who suffer daily humiliation and violence as a result of their faith? What do they know about oppression that American Christians have yet to learn?

The Increase of Intolerance gives us biblical insight about what Jesus meant when He advised His would-be followers to count the cost before taking up their crosses. We’ll discover what suffering has to teach us about ourselves and our God. And we will be confronted with the unsettling question: Will I have the courage to stand against the persecution that is coming?

This message was also intended to encourage God's chosen people while they were captives in Babylon. God wanted to show them that there was much more to their future than they could see. It was God, not Nebuchadnezzar, who held the key to their future and the future of all humankind.


The Apathy of America

America is blessed so many ways—with freedoms, prosperity, and equality that others yearn for and often risk their lives to attain.

But this nation didn’t become what it is through blind chance—and it cannot be sustained by wishful thinking.

America’s founders powerfully felt God’s hand moving as they put everything on the line in order to design and implement an equitable government that derived its power from those it governed. Those men weren’t perfect, but they were sincere in their belief that a representative form of government that decentralized power was the most humane and just form of government mankind could devise.

Throughout the past two centuries, more people have risked their fortunes, their families, and their very lives in order to come to America than any other country in the world. What draws them to our shores? The chance for a life marked by freedom, dignity, and possibility—a better future for their descendants.

But in America today, those very freedoms are in peril. A nation once marked by a spirit of cooperation and hope has become one marked by self-centeredness, greed, and apathy. We want to enjoy the benefits of liberty without assuming the responsibility to defend that liberty from tyranny. We want to enjoy peace and prosperity without guarding against the slow, insidious erosion of our commitment to the common good that comes with our growing sense of entitlement. And while we are otherwise distracted, our freedoms are slipping away without a fight.

America is not a given—it’s existence is an anomaly in the annals of history. It is an experiment devised by a handful of visionaries who trusted God with their future. But now we seem out of tune with God and out of touch with reality.

The Bible tells us that nations rise and nations fall as God determines. We can’t help but wonder, has God removed His blessing from our land? Does the Bible say anything about America’s future? What hope does America have?

Perhaps much more than you could imagine…


The Remedy of Revival

The church around the world is growing at an unprecedented rate.

Yet we take a good hard look at our own supposedly Christian nation and see nothing but opposition to God’s Law, rejection of His Grace, and ridicule of His people. Our natural response is grief, even despair. It’s tempting to think that things have never been this bad, that the church is dying, that God has abandoned us. That nothing can be done about it.

And yet, it is in the dark ground of apostasy that the seed of revival takes root.

The Bible testifies to God’s tendency to keep His promises and preserve a remnant of the faithful. Even after he allowed His chosen people to be taken captive and removed from the Promised Land, he laid the foundation for revival. He raised up kings and prophets, called His people to repentance, and blessed them with peace and prosperity.

American history is rife with examples of the same mercies. The First and Second Great Awakenings, the sending of the first American missionaries, the founding of universities, the stirring of abolitionism, the flood of humanitarian causes, the launch of youth organizations—all have come as the result of revival that began even as doubters were pounding nails into the coffin of the church.

The Remedy of Revival explores the many incredible ways the Holy Spirit has moved throughout the centuries, often starting in the last places we’d think to look. We’ll meet some of the messengers God has sent, and marvel at His ability to give sight to the spiritually blind and raise the spiritually dead to new and abundant life. We’ll discover how we can look forward with hope, joy, and holy optimism even in the face of our perilous times.

Most importantly, we’ll learn how to lay the groundwork for revival in our land—and ourselves.


The Isolation of Israel

Long ago, God set aside a peole for himself.

Starting with one man whom He called out of a pagan nation and to whom He promised great renown, innumerable descendants, and a good land. That man was Abraham. Four thousand years later, his name is still held in the highest esteem by Jews, Christians, and Muslims; his descendants have survived the harshest persecutions imaginable in ancient, medieval, and modern times; and the land into which God brought him is once again in the possession of the Jews.

Clearly Abraham’s God is a God who keeps His covenants.

Since 1948, many have looked on the establishment of the modern state of Israel as the modern fulfillment of God’s promises to His Chosen People. Despite being hemmed in on all sides by hostile nations, and against all odds or human logic, Israel has survived all-out war and constant domestic terrorism. Yet increasingly the international press portrays Israel as an aggressor nation, an occupying force, a brutal regime afflicting the poor and disenfranchised Palestinians who have had their land stolen out from under them.

The Isolation of Israel delves deep into the covenant God entered into with Abraham as recorded in Genesis and reiterated throughout the prophetic books of the Old Testament, unveiling which prophecies concerning the nation of Israel have been fulfilled . . . and what is yet to come.

How should Christians view the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians? And what does the reestablishment of the nation of Israel in the Holy Land mean for us? Is it merely an accident of international politics? Or could it be a sign that the end is near?


The Insurgency of ISIS

Hardly, a day passes anymore without dire news of the expansion of ISIS.

Whether they are recruiting disenfranchised youth through social media, bombing busy marketplaces full of civilians, kidnapping journalists, or beheading Christians, ISIS looms large on our TVs, on our smart phones, and in our imaginations. Fear is their greatest weapon, and they wield it without mercy.

As they continue to expand their reach and spread violence throughout the Middle East, Africa, and Europe, we have seen their incursion on American soil. We remember September 11, 2001, and declare resolutely, "Never again."

But what is the Christian’s proper response to ISIS and other forms of militant Islamic extremism, both at home and abroad? Do we despair and give up? Do we meet violence for violence? Do we let fear and anger color our interactions with Muslims and taint our witness? Or is there a better way?

The Insurgency of ISIS explores the development of ISIS, starting way back in the biblical book of Genesis and ending with its modern-day manifestations. We’ll learn about its ultimate goal, its methods for reaching that goal, and what role Christians can play in combating its influence.


The Resurrection of Russia

The world is quickly changing but not all of the changes are good.

At the epicenter of a growing storm in the world lies God’s Chosen People. Surrounded by instability and extremism, Israel remains a stalwart outpost, a sheep among ravenous wolves. And from our perspective, time appears to be running out.

After two decades of seeming slumber, Russia is flexing its muscles, annexing territory, and making alliances with dictatorial countries that daily call out for Israel’s destruction. The threat of radical Islamic factions like ISIS seems to grow like an unstoppable cancer, devouring all people and nations in its path. Our own nation seems incapable of stemming the tide, and has even entered into agreements with hostile nations like Iran with blatant disregard to its traditional allies.

With upheaval as the new normal and with no end in sight, dare we conclude that God has abandoned His people to an ignominious fate? Or could it be that what we humans see as chaos is really something God has been orchestrating all along? And if that is the case . . . why?

The Resurrection of Russia points us to the mysterious prophecies of Ezekiel 38–39 and how they reveal both the key to understanding our troubling times and the all-powerful hand of our mighty God.


The Rapture of the Redeemed

Due in large part to the phenomenal success of books such as the Left Behind series, the Rapture has been solidly on people’s minds for the past twenty years.

Some look for this event as a release from a world that seems increasingly broken beyond repair. Others find the concept terrifying as they consider whether they may, in fact, be left behind. And because the Rapture is an event without precedent, it’s understandable if we approach it with a bit of trepidation. After all, can we really know what will happen?

The Rapture of the Redeemed sifts through dozens of prophetic writings that speak of a time when Christ will remove his church from this world, answering such tough questions as . . .

  • Will there be a Rapture? If so, who will be taken up, and where will they go?
  • Will there be any warning beforehand?
  • What will the actual event be like?
  • Is there hope for believers who are already dead when the Rapture occurs?
  • Will those taken up keep their bodies or will they undergo some kind of transformation?
  • What will raptured Christians do after the event itself?
  • Will Christians have to endure the Tribulation?
  • When will Christ return?
  • How should we handle people who make predictions about when the Rapture will happen—especially when those predictions do not come true?
  • Is there anything we can do to prepare for the End Times?
  • Most of all, does it really matter what we believe about the Rapture?

We live in uncertain and desperate times. Read on to experience the comfort and assurance found in God’s good plan to save His Church.


Translated Before the Tribulation

Over the centuries, many people have made predictions about coming catastrophes.

Sometimes the prognosticators are correct. More often than not, they are wildly off base. One source of prophetic declarations that has never been proven false is the Scripture. God has warned human beings of judgment, famine, defeats and victories in battle, periods of bondage, and the manner of His coming into His creation, both as a helpless baby and as a conquering king. We can be sure that whichever prophecies we read in the Bible that have not yet come to pass will be fulfilled in God’s perfect timing.

So what does the Bible have to say about the times yet to come?

It is clear from the Old Testament that one of the most frequent types of prophecies God’s messengers declare to His people are those concerning judgment. Whether in the form of a flood or raining sulphur or conquering armies, the judgment of God is preceded by a warning and a call to repentance. Did such punishments cease when Jesus came? Or does the Bible warn us of a future judgment—one that may happen within our own lifetimes?

In Translated Before the Tribulation, we delve into the meaning, manner, and timing of the Tribulation, a period of increasing wars, political upheaval, violent natural disasters, and widespread persecution. We’ll explore such questions as . . .

  • What does the word "tribulation" mean?
  • Why would God unleash such punishment on the world?
  • When will the Tribulation begin?
  • Will there be any warning?
  • What will happen to believers and unbelievers during the Tribulation?
  • How long will it last?
  • How will it come to an end?
  • Is there any hope for those who must endure it?
  • What should people do in light of the coming wrath?
  • Our merciful God is longsuffering, slow to anger, and does not want any to perish. Yet, He is holy and will mete out perfect justice on the unrepentant. The question you must ask yourself is this: Are you ready for the End?

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