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The Book of Signs - Dr. David Jeremiah

The Book of Signs

By Dr. David Jeremiah

  • Release Date: 2019-03-05
  • Genre: Religion & Spirituality
Score: 4.5
From 90 Ratings


From one of the world’s most beloved Bible teachers comes a timely, compelling, and comprehensive biblical interpretation of Bible prophecy, the end times, and the apocalypse viewed through the lens of current world events.

Many Christians struggle to understand the Book of Revelation. “The end times.” “The apocalypse.” “The day of judgment.” These terms are both fascinating and frightening – but what do they really mean?

Drawing from decades of study, Dr. Jeremiah explains every key sign of the approaching apocalypse and what it means for you, including international, cultural, heavenly, tribulation, and end signs. With his engaging writing style and clear analysis of how current world events were foretold in the Bible, The Book of Signs is an encouraging guide to the Book of Revelation.

In The Book of Signs, Dr. David Jeremiah offers answers to questions including:
What does the Bible tell us about the future?How much can we understand about biblical prophecy and its application in our lives?What signs and signals will precede the end of everything as we know it?Which of those signs and signals have already come to pass, which are we experiencing now, and which are still to come?
An epic and authoritative guide to biblical prophecy, The Book of Signs is a must-have resource for Christians seeking to navigate the uncertainties of the present and embrace God’s promises for the future with a renewed sense of hope and purpose.



    By Sealighthouse
    The depth of knowledge of the End Times is clearly revealed in Dr Jeremiah’s writing. I love how he used many sources from individuals throughout history that provide insight into what is to come. His thorough use of scripture backs up what God has revealed to him as we approach the end of time as we know it now.
  • Basic & Shallow

    By Gordian Caesar
    Rather basic and simplistic. Too long.