The return of Jesus is the climax of human history and the great hope of the Church. The generation in which He returns will be more dramatic than any other described in Scripture. Jesus has given the Church essential information to strengthen and preserve her through this season of unprecedented trouble and great glory.
In this hour, the Lord is preparing a people who are familiar with the signs of His coming. They will prepare the way for His return by declaring in advance what He is about to do. More than just relaying information, they will impart love for Jesus and confidence in His leadership as they explain the wisdom of His end-time plan to others.
In this study manual, Wes Hall provides a biblical overview of the end times and explains why it is important for believers to study and understand this subject. From Jesus and the apostles we know that it is not only possible, but necessary, to recognize the generation of the Lord’s return.
Wes gives a clear overview of the book of Revelation, unfolding critical and practical concepts for understanding the end times. When the fullness of sin and the fullness of Satan’s rage are seen on the earth, it will be the Church’s most fruitful hour of good works and devotion to Jesus.
Wes Hall was part of the leadership team of the International House of Prayer of Kansas City (IHOPKC) since 2000, and a faculty member of the International House of Prayer University (IHOPU) since its inception. Formerly a practicing lawyer in the City of London, UK, Wes now focuses his energies on intercession for revival and working to see a culture of prayer established throughout the Body of Christ globally. He has a passion to see God’s people gain a clear understanding of their identity in Christ that would overflow in lives of radical obedience to Jesus in every area of society. He and his wife, Carol, have four young children; they currently reside in Germany.
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