The Great New Deal

Book two in the Tribulation Pilgrims’ Progress Series

The Great New Deal:  Bible End Times prophecies are explained and dramatized. This book is timely for today, when so much turmoil and worry is evident. God doesn’t want you to worry about this turmoil. He has planned a way for you to escape the worries of this sinful world and spend eternity with Him. This novel picks up the story where Book one in this series (“Twilight of the Church Age”) ends.

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The Rapture and the days leading into the Tribulation are dramatized in The Great New Deal, set in the near future.  Things are unraveling and bad things are happening everywhere.  The novel depicts people who were not taken to the safety and beauty of Heaven in the Rapture.  It connects a dozen characters around the U.S. into one story line.  The Tribulation will be a very scary and dangerous era, but the book keeps the drama to the “PG-13” level.  It’s profanity-free and is lightened by humor (mostly through parody).

The book’s final chapter is presented as being excerpts from a study resource used by some of the fictional characters in the previous chapters of the novel. After the publication of The Great New Deal, the author incorporated some of the materials from this chapter into Lifeline, A Guide to Surviving the End Times, a nonfiction complement to the Tribulation Pilgrims’ Progress Series of novels. It is a concise Bible study and commentary regarding the Bible’s end times prophecies and how they are relevant to the people living in our time. [More information about Lifeline]