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"Kingdom Come: The Final Victory"

by Dr. D ~

By Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins (Carol Stream, Ill.: Tyndale House Pub., Inc., 2007, 356 pgs.)

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The final book in the "Left Behind Series" covering the Millennium, the Final Judgment, and the creation of a new earth in Revelation 20 and 21. The book deals mostly with life during the 1000 years reign of Jesus in Jerusalem.

According to the story of this book, which is based upon scripture, those who come back with Jesus have a ‘glorified’ body and no longer have children. However, those believers who were alive when Jesus came back to establish his Kingdom still continue to have children. Their children must accept Christ on their own or die at one hundred years of age if they are still unbelievers.

A group rises up during the millennium that actually begins to worship Satan and passes on their traditions until the 1000 years are over and the Devil is released to wage war once more upon Jesus and the believers. It is a very short war and then the end comes and a new earth.

The main story of the book deals with how there could possibly be ‘unbelievers’ on the earth when Jesus is actually on the earth and reining in idylic conditions for a thousand years. Where do all the folks that end up following Satan at the end come from?

The book starts off slow as compared to the previous offerings in this series. However, it does end up with an interesting story and offers plausible answers to some of the perplexing questions that many ask about the Millennium. If you have read the other books in the series, you pretty much have to read this one also. It isn’t as much an action/adventure story like the previous ones, but well worth your time and money.             *Top

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