Promised Land by Kenneth R. Tarr

December 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Steven Christopher and the saints are faced with the nearly impossible task of building an ideal society, which is destined to fill the Western Hemisphere and become the center stake of Zion, from which Christ will eventually rule the world. They must accomplish this great mission under the most dire circumstances and in spite of the designs of many wicked enemies. Their most dangerous and determined enemies are Gog and Magog—the Antichrist and his sympathetic allies—and their agent, the great false prophet, who uses mighty miracles to dupe the weak and gullible into joining the evil cause of his masters. Gog not only seeks the destruction of the saints, but also to control the world and to annihilate the Jewish race.

As Satanic forces combine against the saints in a great and deadly battle, all appears to be lost. Yet how can God abandon his people as long as they keep the faith?

While the saints build the Kingdom of God, Mosheh Lasar, a great chieftain, leads ten thousand of his people from the mysterious lands of the north into New Zion, experiencing great miracles and terrible trials during the journey. They carry with them a drawing of the great temple of the New Jerusalem and prophecies telling of God’s dealings with their people. Who are these strangers and what do they mean to the people of God?

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Title: Promised Land (The Last Days #3)

Author: Kenneth R. Tarr

Publisher: Trubekon Books

Release Date: December 21, 2013

ISBN: 978-1494396398

Formats: 276 pages, 6×9, softcover; e-book

Genre: Apocalypse/Last Days

The Last Days Series: Gathering Storm (book 1), Pioneer One (book 2)

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