"Delightfully imaginative! What a great book, highly recommended!"
MISSOURI CITY, Texas (PRWEB) February 26, 2021
Writer and author, Carmen Saunders has launched a book, King Yeshua's Visitation: Awaking to His Parou-sia as a Thief in the Night, an investigative piece that sheds more light on the biblical prophecy from a par-tial preterist perspective and how it aligns with history up until our generation.
Speaking about the book, Carmen said: "Part one of King Yeshua's Visitation is an in-depth investigation of scriptures that describes the relationship between biblical prophecies and the current state of our plan-et, which are two controversial issues that are aligning side by side. Scriptures speak of impending extinc-tion, fiery destruction, and an awesome deliverance and an exodus of those who believe. Is it at such an urgent time as this that He gathers the Jews back to the land of Israel?"
About the Book
The book aptly describes the relationship between biblical prophecies and the current state of the planet and a passing away of earth, which scientists today are saying we are entering into an extinction. This was prophecied in the holy scriptures. The book explains how mankind is here at this point in biblical prophe-cy.
The book communicates now is the time to humbly open the door to the King. It is a wake-up call to eve-ryone on the planet. Yeshua’s words come to pass without delay and the door to salvation is closing. This demands man's attention above all else. This book makes the connection of the global crises unfolding prophetically. We are much further along in prophecy than many realize.
King Yeshua's Visitation is chosen to be entered into the 2021 Eric Hoffer Book Award, which includes the Montaigne Medal award, DaVinci Eye award, and First Horizon Award. The book has started receiving rave reviews from readers. According to Litprime Solutions: "Delightfully imaginative! What a great book, highly recommended!"
About the Author
Carmen Saunders is a believer in Yeshua, the Messiah. She serves as a member of the choir at a messianic synagogue. She serves as a volunteer in a children's church. She has earned degrees from Texas Woman's University and Houston Baptist University. She teaches children math and science. Saunders is a volun-teer at the local city animal shelter where she visits, fosters, socializes, and attends cat adoption events. She lives in Texas.