MIRIMAR BEACH, Fla., July 30, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Dominick LaNeve, a Brooklyn native and born again Christian, has completed his most recent book “An American Prophecy: The Beginning of the End”: a gripping and intricately woven fictional work that leads the reader down a rabbit hole of biblical prophecies, ancient and modern.
As an avid disciple and teacher of Biblical truth and prophecy for the last thirty-five years, Dominick has dedicated many hours to the subject known as the last days spoken by Jesus in the scriptures. He says, “I have considered the story depicted in this new book to be a special revelation from God.”
Published by Fulton Books, Dominick LaNeve’s book tackles how these days it’s difficult to ignore the ever-increasing news and media reports delivered to the masses regarding worldwide events. The Intention of this story is not to promote fear regarding these events, instead bring hope and possibly compel the reader to understand why these things are happening and how it may affect their lives.
In ancient times God commissioned certain individuals to speak and write messages to warn and instruct concerning the times both current and ahead. These were called Prophets, some false, but most sent from divine intervention.
Although fictional, this story incorporates the hard facts of current events with some very alarming and enlightening messages from Bible prophecy. Nations are presently challenged by recent occurrences. The story here leads up to a series of catastrophic events taking the entire world into the brink of war and destruction. Yet even a greater deception is lurking. Is there any way to avert such things or maybe just be properly prepared for the inevitable? This exciting fiction will take the reader on a journey which they will have to actually travel. Will the words of the prophets both then and now help the world?
Readers who wish to experience this intriguing work can purchase “An American Prophecy: The Beginning of the End” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books