This Book is a Problem
By my own admission, this book is a bit controversial.
Anytime someone writes about a Doomsday Scenario, that alone is enough to cause contention, but when you start adding in…
- References that a Pope may be involved in various secret societies.
- That certain characters from the Bible may still be alive.
- And that our immediate future may not be as bright as we want it to be…
Let’s just say that I can understand if some readers may not ‘fully appreciate’ this book.
To that I respond — I can only write what God inspires me to.
In addition, I would ask that you please remember this is a work of FICTION and for more on this ‘disclaimer’ please see The Warning Page – specifically the section titled “Why Did I Write Such a Controversial Book?” which explains how I came upon this topic in the first place.
Allow Me to Ask You a Question
What would you do if you knew you could not die?
- Would you celebrate?
- Take insane risks with your life?
- Study the cycles of mankind and amass great wealth?
OK, so what if you completed all those tasks and yet STILL went on living?
Year after year…
Decade after decade…
Century after tireless century…
Meet an Immortal
I invite you to consider the case of John Salom.
From all appearances, John is merely a tired old man in the last stages of what has been a weary life. You’d likely consider him to be nothing special…
Unless you were lucky enough to learn his little secret…
For John Salom is actually the Apostle John – a man who has been blessed with the Gift of Immortality so that he could survive to fight against the coming of The Antichrist.
There’s just one problem – over the course of the last 2,000 years, John has lost his faith.
Can You Appreciate the Troubles John Faced?
John was arguably Jesus’s most beloved apostle and the writer of a beautiful gospel about the life of his savior, and yet, (in this story at least), for reasons he did not understand, John became trapped in a worn out husk of a body, always waiting for a death that unmercifully refused to come.
How would you react if you were John?
Would you view your situation as a part of some divine plan or would you curse God?
It’s easy to think that we would all just accept our fate and make the best of it, but would you still feel the same after two thousand years of misery?
I honestly wonder how I would react.
What about you?
So What's This Book Really About?
Understanding that there is a plan for each of our lives AND being able to trust in the timing of that plan.
As it says in Proverbs (Ch19: 21) “Many are the plans of a man’s heart, but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails.”
He is John. He is you
We all face a unique set of challenges in our lives, yet as you will soon see, John eventually allowed his unfulfilled desires to eat away at his heart and to blacken his soul.
This is John’s story.
Yet before you dismiss it away as not applicable to the real world I’d caution you to consider…
If the great Apostle John can fall from grace, what does that mean for us?
I submit to you that John’s journey in this book may well hold the key to YOUR salvation as well. Aren’t you curious to find out why?
Meanwhile, I should probably also mention that John’s fall couldn’t have come at a worse time – because unfortunately for John (and for us) the time of the Antichrist’s rising is NOW! Which begs the question…
Can John recover his faith in time to stop Armageddon, or will Satan’s Son achieve Ultimate Victory?