America in Crisis! Did the Bible Predict It?

By Mark A. Kellner
Posted January 13, 2021

America in Bible Prophecy, a timely and urgent publication from Amazing Facts International, is giving readers incredible, eye-opening insight into current events now happening in the United States—and the information they need to face the future with faith and confidence.

In fact, the brand-new magazine has already become a bestseller at Amazing Facts, which has distributed more than 400,000 as people eagerly share it with their neighbors and friends in light of current events.

After a tumultuous year in which Americans experienced the COVID-19 pandemic, massive economic disruption, urban violence and rioting, and the most contentious election in modern American history, millions are now wondering about the final destination of the nation and the world—and whether these events mark the “end times” and the soon return of Jesus Christ.

What’s more, many are wondering if the United States is mentioned in Scripture. After all, if massive ancient empires such as Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, and Rome are detailed in the Bible, where is America—today’s most influential superpower? Is the USA destined to simply fade away into history like the others, or is something else on the verge of shaking our planet?

Pastor Doug Batchelor, president of Amazing Facts International, explains, “This beautifully illustrated resource answers the biggest questions people are asking today. America in Bible Prophecy traces the major end-time powers mentioned in Revelation 13—forces that are said to unite in order to enforce Satan’s last-days agenda. From prophecy students to Bible skeptics alike, we believe the information revealed in this magazine will dramatically increase faith in the Word of God and prepare them to face the difficult days ahead with hope.”

The 40-page magazine is stunning to behold, featuring illustrations and depictions of the strange beasts found in Revelation, as well as ripped-from-the-headlines photos of world leaders and events. 

The real-world identities of the beasts from the sea and the land from Revelation 13 are revealed.

The truth about the mysterious mark of the beast is clearly explained—from where it will be placed, it’s function, and more.

Standing on Bible principles and apart from the latest “pin-the-tail-on-the-Antichrist” fads, America in Bible Prophecy offers direct, in-depth insight into prophecy, as well as revealing why those going through this tribulation have every reason to hope!

Written in clear, easy-to-understand language, America in Bible Prophecy is designed for individual and group study, as well as for sharing with friends, co-workers, and neighbors. Amazing Facts also offers mass-mailing sponsorships to reach neighborhoods or entire cities with Bible truth.

You can order copies online at or by calling 800-538-7275.


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