John Behner Valerius's New Book, "God Pursues People to the End of the Age" is a Powerful Book That Tackles All That is Swept Up in the Apocalypse.
Recent release "God Pursues People to the End of the Age" from Covenant Books author John Behner Valerius is a provoking account of the book of Revelation and its warnings of Jesus Christ's second coming.
Irving, TX, May 15, 2018 (Newswire.com) - John Behner Valerius, born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and a BBA and MBA degree recipient from the University of Texas, Austin, has completed his new book, “God Pursues People to the End of the Age”: a purposeful discourse that follows the Bible’s Book of Revelation that concludes God’s reign over all creation.
John shares, “Yet God in his mercy always seeks to save mankind from being separated from him. So as Gog’s army approaches Israel, God displays his power increasingly, hoping to persuade them not to advance any further and turn back. The closer they advance, the more severe and compelling is God’s warfare. The attackers at first encounter a great earthquake, then confusion in their ranks results in their fighting each other. That is followed by plague, bloodshed, torrential rain, hailstones, and burning sulphur (Ezekiel 38:19–22).”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, John Behner Valerius’s new book takes excerpts from the different books in the Bible that correlate to the long-term prophesy of God’s ultimate plan to end evil and rule the universe during the end of times.
Wars, famines, the Mark of the Beast—these are some of the topics that will be delved upon in this book along with the magnificent offer of Jesus Christ to his people: a blessing to whoever reads, hears, and heeds his prophecy.
Readers can purchase “God Pursues People to the End of the Age” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Covenant Books