Listen to the Angels

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Holy Fire Publishing, 2006 - Angels - 124 pages
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Listen to the Angels may change the way that we, believers and unbelievers alike, look at angels. As you will be able to see in the book, using Bible references, the author shows that angels may interact with us more than we think. They don't necessarily appear to us with wings and bright lights. In fact, more often they probably appear to us in human form and interact with us without us even realizing it. More importantly, this book focuses on the messages that the angels have been relaying to us for centuries, especially those pertaining to the end of this world system and the beginning of Christ's reign on earth, as shown to John in Revelation. Are you ready to listen to the angels?

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John W. Eubank was born in a small town in Virginia on August 19, 1922. He spent most of his childhood years in Radford, VA before moving to Buchanan, VA where he spent the majority of his life. He served in the Army in the European theater during World War II. John was married to his lovely wife Hilda for 56 years and they had three wonderful children and five grandchildren. It was Hilda who got John interested in Bible study and persuaded him to delve into the scriptures deeper than the average person. John published his first book, Secrets of the Bible: Unlocked, at the age of 84.

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