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Exit. : Volume 2, : Exodus, Chapters 13-26 (2015)
(eBook)


Published: [United States] : Bookmark Publishers : Made available through hoopla, 2015
Description:  1 online resource
ISBN/ISSN: 9781495618703 (electronic bk.), 1495618706 (electronic bk.),
Language:  English


Exit, Volume 2 presents a study written for today's Christian and for those left behind after the rapture. Jesus is coming soon for His church. Those not taken in the rapture will need hope and solid proof that God can save them through this horrible judgment. The tribulation time will be horrific, but anyone who accepts Jesus as their Savior now can be redeemed at the rapture and not live through this tribulation.In preparation for these events, Exit, Volume 2 continues the journey through the book of Exodus begun with the author June Martin's first book, Exit, Volume 1. That volume explored the first twelve chapters of Exodus, in which God used Moses and Aaron to lead one million men, women, and children to freedom. In this second volume of a three-book series, we discover the construction of the Tabernacle and its relevance to God's ultimate plan for our salvation. Experience the power of our God and ready yourselves for His coming return. God through Jesus has provided eternal life to all who will accept Him as Savior.Through this series of studies, you can engage more deeply with God's Word in order to prepare yourself for this time in today's world and for the second coming of Jesus

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