Comes the End: A Futuristic Thriller

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House of Stuart Pub., Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 216 pages
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This is a Christian book critics are favorably comparing with the "Left Behind" series about the end of the world. Author William S. Creed read the following biblical passage in the book of Matthew 24:24, "For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect." It indicates there shall be a great deception in the last days to which people of all religious beliefs shall set aside those beliefs and give themselves over. It is so convincing, so the passage indicates, that even Christians would follow, were it not for the Holy Spirit. What could be so a powerful deception that all men and women would do this? To cast aside beliefs they have held for thousands of years, beliefs their ancestors, families, and friends may have died for in the past--and still do today? This is subject of Creed's book, Comes The End. When down-on-his-luck reporter Andy Moore stumbles onto the story of his career, he quickly realizes that what everyone in the world believes to be a comet falling to earth is in fact something much more sinister. Moore blows the lid off a story the government has intended to keep secret: Another life force is hurtling toward the earth. Soon he is teamed up with his nemesis, fellow reporter Tommy "TJ" Jenkins, who along with Andy has been chosen to view the ships land. Questions began to rise in the minds of Andy and TJ as their stories develop. Are these beings from deep space, the long-awaited visitation from another world? Or are they from the depths of hell, masquerading as aliens? Is this the dawn of a new and wonderful era of humankind, or a seduction of men's mindsand souls into eternal hell? Is this the beginning of forever--or the beginning of the end?

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User Review  - Meredith Cottrell - Goodreads

It is a very interesting book. I wasn't sure about it at first. But the different slant on the end times keeps you hooked! Read full review

About the author (2003)

William Creed was born in Detroit, Michigan. At the age of thirteen, he moved with his family to the small town of Romeo, Michigan, where he continues to live today. After graduation from high school, Bill enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and was subsequently assigned to the Air Force Security Command in Germany. While there he wrote the book, 'G.I. In Germany'. It was a guide to servicemen and their families to living in Germany. The book received the endorsement of the Commander of European Forces, and the chancellor of Germany, as well as others. In the years following his discharge, Bill had a successful career in the entertainment business, producing and promoting music concerts throughout the eastern United States. He wrote Comes The End after reading Mathew 24:24, "For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets and shall shew great signs and wonders insomuch that if it were possible they shall deceive the very elect" KJV. Comes The End is a possible fulfillment of this verse.

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