While many people think the world is progressing and on the brink of transforming our mortal human bodies through science and technology, humanity is actually regressing and in serious peril of God’s last-days wrath.
Floodgates raises our understanding of the prophetic Scriptures about the last days, offering a clear analogy for determining where we are on the prophetic timetable. This analogy from biblical history rolls back the curtain on our own times in remarkable ways. By exploring how the pre-flood world parallels our contemporary world, and examining the teachings of Jesus and the apostles, Floodgates answers the critical question of whether the timetable for final judgment has already begun.
This book also widens the lens of prophecy to explore what will actually transpire before the Great Tribulation, revealing the ways in which we are edging closer to that day. Reflecting careful research and keen biblical insights, Floodgates uncovers God’s dealings with human beings and the fate that soon awaits those who do not acknowledge Him. God has an “endgame” for the world and a strategy for how He wants to bring this age to a close.
As we draw nearer to the culmination of human history, Jesus calls every believer to be salt and light in the world, warning people of the coming judgment and showing the way to eternal life in Him. After reading this book, you will be reminded that everyone has a choice to make concerning their ultimate destiny—and time is growing short.
David R. Parsons is an author, attorney, journalist, ordained minister, and Middle East specialist who serves as Vice President and Senior Spokesman for the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem. Based in Jerusalem for the past twenty years, Parsons has been responsible for the Christian Embassy’s public relations and media contacts with the Israeli and foreign press corps, as well as for managing and editing its various publications, among other duties. Parsons earned a bachelor's degree in history and a Juris Doctor degree from Wake Forest University. He also received an honorary ordination from the Liberty Christian Fellowship ministerial association of Dallas, Texas. Parsons's commentaries and other writings have been published in newspapers and journals worldwide. He also served for eight years as coeditor of the monthly magazine The Jerusalem Post Christian Edition, and ten years producing and cohosting Front Page Jerusalem, the premier Christian radio talk show out of Israel. Originally from the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Parsons lives in Jerusalem with his wife, Josepha, and son, Yonathan Amos.