The Future of Us – Your Guide to Prophecy, Prayer, and the Coming Days – A Book Review

The Future of Us – Your Guide to Prophecy, Prayer, and the Coming Days

The Future of Us

By: Julia Loren

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768403367, $ 14.99, 222 Pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Paradigm Shift – Shaping and Transforming the Future

Julia Loren has compiled writings from over a dozen bestselling authors, recognized for their works in prophetic ministry, radical faith, global missions, spiritual insight, church leadership and international influence in “The Future of Us – Your Guide to Prophecy, Prayer, and the Coming Days.”

The book is made up of three sections: Prophetic Warnings of Disasters to Come; Prophetic Promises Around the World, and How to Change the World. These prophetic messages are designed to bring an awareness and consciousness of the need for preparedness of the global enormousness of natural disasters and the aftermath and impact on people’s lives.

The writers clearly express personal observations, divergent views, clear instruction, warnings, perspective and hope, and preparation practical preparation for earthquakes, hurricanes, solar disturbances, and polar shifts. Julia Loren takes the reader behind the scenes of the plight of refuges of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana inside the shelters. She relates how victims transitioned from shock to anger as they were relocated from shelters to trailer parks.

I found the background of the historical workings of the Holy Spirit and of the progression to the 4th Wave of the Spirit and the chapter on the radical shift within the Body of Christ especially helpful.

“The Future of Us – Your Guide to Prophecy, Prayer, and the Coming Days” is an important preparedness manual for concerned Christians.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

 

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