"Aaron's Rod" picks up the already exhilarating pace set by author Ted Duncan in his apocalyptic thriller, "A Snowball's Chance," and plunges the reader headlong into the midst of the great tribulation, the most terrifying period in the history of civilization. The novel unveils graphic and refreshing accounts of some of the most electrifying events in Bible prophecy: the glorious rapture of the true believers in the Christian Church; the phenomenal ministry of the 144,000 young Jewish evangelists; the supernatural evil of the antichrist, in his person and his works; his deception and defilement of those who have rejected the gospel; his pursuit and elimination of those who have dared to oppose him; the tragedies and triumphs of the faithful who struggle to survive; the world engulfed in war, famine, plagues, and the wrath of God. Aaron Miller, the zealous young Jewish athlete, is dramatically converted at the rapture of the church, and is sealed as one of God's chosen 144,000 witnesses to serve Him during the three-and-a-half years of hell on earth, called the tribulation. To help accomplish the seemingly impossible task of combating the evil of the devil's antichrist, evangelizing the tortured masses, and caring for his family and the young woman he loves, he fashions a prophet's rod from a sturdy cedar branch. Like the rod of Aaron of old, his rod becomes the embodiment of the divine authority and power that rests upon him. But as the horrors of the tribulation come crashing down upon him and his world, will even the supernatural powers in his rod enable him to stave off the onslaught of evil that is poured out on him and those he loves? Discover the answer to this and other questions as you follow "Aaron's Rod" to its breathtaking conclusion.
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