What if the time of the great tribulation seemed to be beginning and Christ had not returned for the church? What if the rapture didn't take place as many Christians expected? What if it seemed that everyone had been left behind? How would or could the theologians explain it? How would church members react?
Jeremiah had made a promise to God when he was twenty years old, but family life and a very successful career had put that promise on the back burner. He had become a bit of a workaholic, but that was all about to change on a lonely road in the middle of nowhere. He would be reminded of his promise.
He would soon meet a young man named Timothy, and their encounter would rock an entire city and ultimately make a difference in eternity. This meeting would set off a chain of events that no one could have foreseen.
A well known Pastor would be greatly influenced by their encounter as well, and he would have to reconsider his theological position and even his preaching style.
Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, economic disaster, and terrorism would strike fear into the hearts of almost every man, woman, and child on the face of the earth. The book of Revelation was about to unfold in a surprising way. The seals would be broken. The trumpets would sound, and the vials of God's wrath would be poured out, and the faithful would be watching for the Lord's return.