✓ Glorious Appearing: The End of Days || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Tim LaHaye Jerry B. Jenkins

By Tim LaHaye Jerry B. Jenkins | Comments: ( 312 ) | Date: ( Feb 25, 2020 )

Book 12 in the best selling series.

  • Title: Glorious Appearing: The End of Days
  • Author: Tim LaHaye Jerry B. Jenkins
  • ISBN: 9780842332408
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Tim LaHaye Jerry B. Jenkins

Timothy Tim F LaHaye was an American evangelical Christian minister, author, and speaker, best known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co wrote with Jerry B Jenkins.He has written over 50 books, both fiction and non fiction.

Comments Glorious Appearing: The End of Days

  • Crystal Starr Light

    When you imagine reading a fictional novel, do you dream of reading verses taken straight from the New Testament? Do you like seeing characters stretched to unholy, unbelievable and cartoonish extents? Do you like your heroes to be shielded from all harm and for there to be absolutely no tension in a Big Final Battle? Do you like romance thrown in awkwardly, making Anakin and Padme's romance from "Attack of the Clones" look sexy? Do you like reading repetitive lines upon lines that repeat the sa [...]

  • Amanda

    I have to say I was most disappointed with this final installment of the Left Behind series. It was almost as if the authors let out a huge sigh of relief -- "We're finally there" -- and just copy/pasted from the Bible, along with a few poorly written insights from now one-dimensional characters.The first issue with this book is the writing style. Overly simplistic, staccato writing -- no sense of flow, tension or relief. Almost static, I'd say. Additionally, the overuse of the word "himself" dr [...]

  • Amanda

    I decided to hold off on a big review until I'd finished the whole series, so except for a few notes here and there (and a few attempts of full reports at the beginning) this is the review of the whole series. The Left Behind series chronicles a "what if" journey of the events in the New Testament's Book of Revelations. From the moment when a good portion of Christians are raptured, the rest of the world is left wondering what happened. Many already know and are left to attempt survival over the [...]

  • Rebecca

    Hold on to your britches, here come the bible passages. And there are LOTS of them. Sort of hard to find the story in the middle of them sometimes.Which, I get, is the point of the whole series. But having read it mostly for fiction value, it was a major bog down. My favorite part? The concept of getting to see and meet every Old Testament saint, and mingling with them for a millenium. Very cool.

  • Rhonda

    This book touched me so deeply. The visuals of God speaking to each person at the same time, but each hearing their own name was just breathtaking to me. Especially to imagine that the reality, when it comes, will be even more fantastic that we can imagine. I am thankful to have read this and was left with beautiful images of Christ and God's love for each of us. Just wonderful.

  • Maria Elmvang

    I shall have to say, I REALLY liked this one. The entire story after Jesus came back to earth had me in tears. One part of me can't WAIT for that to happen - another part of me is scared that it'll happen too soon, because I'm not sure all my loved ones are saved yet.

  • Melissa

    I actually breathed a sigh of relief when I finished this book, which i don't think was the reaction the authors were looking for. I read the entire series and I think it could have been consolidated into about half of what it was and made a much more solid story.Problem one, a lot of the characters don't come to life for you and unfortunatly there the ones that stick around for most of the books. The interesting ones, like David Hassid and Ken get killed off quickly and your stuck with the not [...]

  • Timothy Carter

    For sheer unintentional comedy value, you can't beat this final (almost) volume in the LEFT BEHIND saga. At last the PRINCE of PEACE returns, and what does HE do? Slaughters people by the millions! But they're sinners, so it's okay. No really, it's okay! HE says so.I read this mainly for the gory bits: JESUS CHRIST LORD OF LORDS blasting people apart with his Voice o' Doom; Chucking the AntiChrist and False Prophet into Hell; throwing everyone else who wasn't a True Believer into Hell and HE is [...]

  • Jeannie Walker

    This is one of the most powerful books my husband and I have read. We took turns reading it and reading it aloud to each other. We laughed, we cried and we were awed by the writing. I know it is a fiction novel, but it touched our hearts in many ways. We have every book in the entire Left Behind series and have read each one, more than once. We especially loved this one!Jeannie Walker - Award Winning Author of "I Saw the Light"

  • Laura

    I should have left this book behind at the library! Out of all 12 books, this one was by far the most ridiculous. I can't believe I read them all - I'm still not sure how I managed that feat!The authors stretched the arrival of Jesus to 400 pages. I could have done it in four sentences. (Jesus comes. Bad people die. Good people are reunited with their loved ones. The end.) At this point, the characters are almost cartoonish. Carpathia and Leon are so ridiculous, they could have been in the movie [...]

  • Jamie

    I can't believe I'm done with the series! I started with the 3 prequels so 15 books in all! I heard of this series on another site and am so glad I did. It has deff. revived my christian walk.which before these books really wasn't much of a walk at all! Honetly it had pretty much ceased.These books sparked MANY questions for me personally and have led me to a hunger to find out more. I know these books are fictional but they still leave you asking what if it were tomorrow? Would I be left behind [...]

  • Amy

    I am so glad to finish this series.The first 5 or so books really captured my imagination and left me wanting more. By the time I hit the 8th book or so I wanted to enjoy the books but found myself just wanting to complete the series.I started this series in January and have compelted all 12 books before Easter.Sometime I may pick up one of the pre-qual books but not any time soon.

  • Shelly

    This entire series was great! It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time and made me excited for the next book to come out. It wasn't a "preachy" book but at the same time did witness. My review will be the same for all the books in the series. Well worth reading!!

  • Holly Davis

    I absolutely loved this book. The times where the Lord is speaking to the saints brought me to tears. Although no one knows what God or Jesus will say when he does return, everything that was said was based on Scripture. I was lifted up, encouraged, and brought closer to God through this book.

  • Becky Fielding

    Read this as I sat with Mom during her final days this side of Heaven. Was exactly what I needed to be reading. In the midst of grief, I found a wonderful peace for myself and a happiness for Mom. LaHaye and Jenkins did a fantastic job creating word pictures of what is to come.

  • Kayla Rhein

    I'm honestly just glad to be done with this series. It was drawn out about 12 books too far.

  • CJ Scurria

    Review soon!

  • David Nichols

    Just a small prose sample for now:"The Global Community Unity Army, spearheaded by Antichrist himself, filled the horizon, even when George backed up onto the slopes and looked through solar powered Uberbinoculars."Basically, it's pre-millennial dispensationalist fanfic.*Update, p. 100: So, it seems that some of the bad guys have "nuclear sub machine guns" - not even sure how those would work - and the good guys have set up a Webzone where Jews can convert to Christianity, just as Scripture fore [...]

  • Paul Lunger

    There are times when I wonder what goes through the mind of an author at the conclusion of a series of books especially ones that go longer than 2 or 3. The 12th & final book in Tim LaHaye's "Left Behind" series, "Glorious Appearing: The End of Days" is a book that fits that mold. The finale of this series deals with the return of Christ to earth, the defeat of the Antichrist (Carpathia) & the ushering in of the Millennial Kingdom of God as foretold in the book of Revelation. That should [...]

  • SJ

    the "left behind" books were all kind of awful; i started reading them one summer and kept going because a.) they were all in the church library and there was little else for me to read at the time, living at home, and b.) i was curious to see how the authors were going to wrap it up. i read this final installment as an assignment in a Bible college course on Revelation. these books all espouse a premillinial dispensationlist theology, which i fundamentally disagree with, and i think they've don [...]

  • Nichole

    Finally! After reading 5,850 pages (yes I really did count them all) Jesus came. This was my least favorite of the who series (well, actually The Rising is my least favorite but that's because it felt so evil.)The reason I didn't like this book is because nothing really happened (yes, I realize that sounds absurd knowing that Jesus came). The book was made up of about 325 pages of scriptures and preaching about about 75 pages of actual story line (yes, that's probably a little exaggerated, but [...]

  • Debra Chapoton

    Just too exciting to explain. By the time you get to this, the tenth book in the series, you are well invested in the characters and anxious to see how these authors will present Christ's glorious appearing and stick to scripture. They do it magnificently. I devoured the pages, learned from the careful presentation, and didn't mind what unbelievers would categorize as sermonizing and being preachy - hey, this is a Christian series about the end times, if someone doesn't get that by the tenth boo [...]

  • Alexander

    I found this book to be what most christian's should read.In this book of course not every thing is bibically correct but for the most part,it seems very accuarte.If you are interested in action and the end times than i highly recomend this book.I was extremely impressed with how to author was able to put comedy in a book about the tribulation of the world.But this book the second to final book in the series is my favorite as far as thrill and action go this book delivers it all.I like how Jesus [...]

  • Rene Garcia

    This is my favorite book of all timewell so far. LOL I'm a true believer in the 2nd coming of Christ, and this book paints an exciting, thrilling picture of what the second coming might be like. My favorite part is when Satan, the antichrist, and the false prophet are brought before Jesus on his throne and sentenced to the lake of fire. I loved how Jesus confronted Satan and named every one of his sins since his creation. Then disposed of him quickly and easily. Hehe. Even if you don't believe i [...]

  • Celeste

    I'm attempting to finish this series on principle only. I didn't enjoy the author's writing style. The phrase "It was all I could do to ." popped up way too often. The story got a bit repetitive and things seemed just too convenient and not in a "because God meant it to be so" sort of way. It was more of a lack of creative ways to make a story line progress.

  • Alexander

    This was the 12th book in the Left Behind series. I'm looking forward to reading the prequels and the 13th book in the near future. A really good satisfying series. ProsSuspenseReunionClift hangersActionPlot twistsLoveCharacter/ plot interactions ConsNothing Pros

  • Tom

    If the goal of this book was to make the person of Jesus Christ seem completely boring and unappealing, these guys nailed it.If, however, they had any other agenda or desired outcome: this book flat-out sucked balls.

  • Halley Hopson

    An absolutely incredible and fitting end to an amazing series. I don't even have words. Just happy tears.

  • Barbara

    This was my favorite of all the Left Behind books. What a glorious picture of Christ and His church triumphant!

  • Emily

    This is the second time I've gone through this series. This second run I also included the prequels. Both times I've read the series, I've enjoyed them thoroughly. While parts of the storytelling can be a little over the top and corny, and while sometimes the writing gets a little long-winded (some of the dialogue could be lessened), I think these are a great portrayal of what the end times could look like. Reading them this second time around, a decade and a half after they were written, it was [...]

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