New Kingdoms in Time Sharing Magazine Now Available!

Ever since the dawn of humanity, people have wanted to know the future. They have searched for hidden secrets in the stars, in archaeological ruins, and in the writings of prophets and soothsayers to find out what will happen next in our world.

But only the Bible holds a 100-percent track record when it comes to predicting the future. And with that kind of accuracy, you can know with certainty that Bible prophecies yet to be fulfilled will also someday come true—and some sooner than you think!

The fulfillment of Bible prophecy also powerfully convinces even the most hardened of skeptics that the Bible can be trusted. That’s why Amazing Facts is excited to announce the release of Kingdoms in Time: History’s Greatest Bible Prophecies. This brand-new, colorful, and beautifully designed 40-page sharing magazine documents what God has predicted through Scripture and how much of it has already come to pass in our Earth’s history—plus what prophecies remain to be fulfilled.

Get your copy at the Amazing Facts Bookstore

“We believe the greatest prophecies in Scripture are plainly presented to all who will search with an open heart,” says Doug Batchelor, president of Amazing Facts. “God wants us to know that the Bible provides a trustworthy record of events in the past, present, and future.”

Much like the popular Kingdoms in Time DVD documentary, this inspiring resource provides an exciting journey through history and will interest people from all walks of life. Six major sections covering 45 prophecies are presented, including prophecies about Israel and her people; prophecies about cities and kingdoms; prophecies about the birth of Jesus, His life and ministry, and His death and resurrection; and prophecies about the last days. 

It’s a fascinating look at Scripture! You’ll find out how we know these prophecies were written in advance—and what those that have yet to come true mean for you.

Jesus said, “I have told you before it comes, that when it does come to pass, you may believe” (John 14:29). Pastor Doug shares, “Prophecy is not to satisfy the curiosity of the casual reader of Scripture. The great predictions of the Bible are intended to build faith in God and prepare people for the most significant prophecy of all—the soon-coming of Jesus Christ.” 

The evidence is overwhelming. God’s Word stands forever and can be trusted!

Kingdoms in Time is now available at afbookstore.com to share with your friends, neighbors, and family. You and your church can also take advantage of quantity discounts for your church outreach efforts. Kingdoms in Time will lead seekers to put their trust in God and His Word. Get ready to share the greatest prophecies of the Bible!

Check it out at the Amazing Facts Bookstore today!

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