Angels on Call

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Harvest House Publishers, Aug 1, 2010 - Religion - 272 pages
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Somewhere between writing checks in the 80's and swiping a piece of plastic today, we missed the significance of the emerging cashless society. But there are reasons to take notice. According to Mark Hitchcock, author of several bestselling prophecy books and a trusted expert in this field, what is happening in the world today is consistent with prophecy written in Revelation 13, which predicts a one-world economy under the rule of the Antichrist. With current research on the global economic, technological, and religious landscape, Hitchcock addresses important questions, including:
  • Will there be a one-world economy in the end times?
  • What is the mark of the beast? Does modern technology relate to the mark?
  • How does the absence of cash prime things for the Antichrist?
The advent of the cashless society is an important one to examine and think through in light of God's Word and His promises.
 

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I have meant to write the review for some time. Both ANGELS ON CALL and ANGELS IN THE ER are great reads. I realize that some might expect 'real' (?) angel stories. But the actions of compassion and ... Read full review

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I loved this book!!! I could not put it down and that was hard as I have 3 little ones.This book is exactly how it is. I work in a hospital and am often working in the ER. Read full review

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Bestselling author Dr. Robert Lesslie is a physician with more than 25 years of experience working in or directing fast-paced, intense ER environments. He is now the co-owner and medical director of an urgent care facility. He has written Angels on Call and Angels in the ER (over 150,000 sold) as well as newspaper and magazine columns and human-interest stories. He and his wife, Barbara, live in South Carolina.

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