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The Day of the Lord

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Diablo plots the assassination of a red heifer calf destined for the farm of Rabbi Samuel Bernardi, who longs for the rebuilding of the Temple. Nations fall sway to Diablo’s power as isolated Israel faces tremendous peril. Diablo knows his time is short and pulls out all the stops in a desperate attempt to destroy Israel and thwart the triumphant return of the Messiah.

The evil Abaddon, of Revelation 9:11, drools with desire for his release from the abyss and his makeshift throne room deep in volcano Sharat Kovakab in Syria. His hoards of scorpion tailed locusts lust for escape from the pit to torture mankind. Despite Diablo’s deceptive skills and Abaddon’s destructive powers, they will be no match for the arrival of the King of Kings, the Messiah of Israel.

 

3 reviews for The Day of the Lord

  1. Dr. Paul Collins

    Those with a passion for end times fiction based on the unwavering truth of scripture will have trouble putting down this must read by novelist Lyle A. Way and eschatology expert Dr. Terry Gage.

    Dr. Paul Collins, M.Div., Th.D. Founder, Acts Ministry “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, in the presence of the great and terrible Day of the Lord…” Joel 2:31

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dr. Paul Collins

    “The Day of the Lord – A Novel of the End Times is a powerful portrayal of the events leading to the coming of the Lord. The book is an easy read but full of theological scholarship blended in a gripping and suspenseful drama. The characters bring this unique view of the end times to life in the mind’s eye of the reader. Those with a passion for end times fiction based on the unwavering truth of scripture will have trouble putting down this must read by novelist Lyle A. Way and eschatology expert Dr. Terry Gage.” Dr. Paul Collins, M.Div., Th.D.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Elaine

    I finished Terry’s book last night. I lacked about 75 pages when we left for MO–wanted to take it with me. This book is waaaay different from his others. It’s being fictional gives him a little more poetic license–and he used that well. Descriptions and details are first rate. Moving from character to character really was a great suspense builder–kept the reader alert. Use of motif–like Diablo’s sunglasses–helped. Research was excellent. I liked the blend of the international politics and military strategies. I have no idea how realistic any of that is–but it sounded realistic, which is all that is required. The Biblical passages seemed appropriate. I had never heard of the red heifer, and I didn’t look it up, but you made me believe that was scriptural. The blend of old jewish rabbis and Del Rio believers helped give the book such personality. The blend of the spirit world with the human world was interesting–not over done. (I think Peretti has a tendency to over-do the spiritual warfarea bit.) I liked the naming of the specific locations–like the volcano, the farm where the red heifer was kept, and bringing it closer to home with Del Rio.

    I think this book has the potential to capture readers–in a way that Left Behind did not. Left Behind was very popular for a while, but then people tired of it when they went too far into the imaginative realm. This book stops at the right time.

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