Posted by Alison Lopez-Ramirez on 12th Aug 2021
Amongst all this splendor, Pope Nicholas addressed his one hundred Jesuits. “I wish to encourage you, my children. You have been chosen for a special work, and you’ll answer to no one but me. Your position is very important as it involves future events that will shape the New World Order. You will be part of the modern Jesuit society, working with the Vatican for world peace. You’ll work with communities and other churches to bring mankind into unity, and under our banner,” he informed them.
What will the last days on earth be like? The Bible gives us a few prophetic hints about what will take place, but not many specifics. A careful study of Revelation reveals that the lamb-like beast makes an image to the first beast resulting in the world being divided into two camps—those who accept the mark of the beast and those who receive the seal of God. Those who refuse the mark of the beast won’t be able to buy or sell and will have a death penalty imposed on them. Seven plagues will be poured out on those who the seal of God does not protect.
Using what we know as the springboard, Pam Vause uses her vivid imagination to weave a compelling story of how the end times might play out. Set in current-day Australia, we are pulled into the lives of various characters ranging from Protestant Christians, Catholic nuns, and the “people of the night,” all who recognize and accept Bible truths and are classified by the State as terrorists.
You’ll recognize many current events in this story that point to the nearness of Jesus’ return. It will encourage you to stay faithful to God, no matter the cost.
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Pam Vause is an award-winning writer. She has written novels, screenplays, plus many news articles and educational training programs. Her writing is inspired by her life experiences and methodical research. She resides in Australia with her husband.
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