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Recovery from obsessing over the end times is accomplished by understanding that God wants us to live like there’s MORE tomorrow. According to Wikipedia; “Apocalypticism is the religious belief that there will be an apocalypse, a term which originally referred to a revelation of God's will, but now usually refers to the belief that the end of the world is imminent, even within one's own lifetime. This belief is usually accompanied by the idea that civilization will soon come to a tumultuous end due to some sort of catastrophic global event.” “Last Generation” thinking is unhealthy on many levels. Many of the problems with this pathologen are covered in the course of this guide.
Some will recognize the author as the writer of the Come Out of Her My People series of books. After nearly two decades of drilling down into Bible prophecy and working in international end-times radio, the author found himself evermore disenchanted with popular evangelical eschatology. Saved in a Jesus Movement fellowship, the author was taught and accepted as fact that the emergence of National Israel meant that only a short time remained until the end of the Age. But something just wasn’t right about spending so much time looking forward to and prepping for the end.
The God given spirit of life that causes people to thrive is not at odds with the mind of the Holy Spirit. Therefore, there must be a healthy way to eagerly wait for the Lord. Furthermore, God doesn’t want people wasting their lives, distracted and robbed of their productivity. This little guide doesn’t have all the answers. But it does offer some suggested resources where the reader can progress toward a peaceful understanding of end time prophecy.