The Last Days and The Great Tribulation by Jeff Stern

"for then there will be great tribulation such as has not occurred since the world's beginning until now,.................." -Matthew 24:21


THE LAST DAYS AND THE GREAT TRIBULATION
"for then there will be great tribulation such as has not occurred since the world's beginning until now, no, nor will occur again." -Matthew 24:21

„The Last Days and The Great Tribulation“ is a fictional short story set
in America in the year 2014 that follows our two leading characters from their high school years onward, as they live through The prophetic occurrence, foretold long ago in the bible.

IMPORTANT NOTE:
"Concerning that day and hour nobody knows, neither the angels of the heavens nor the Son, but only the Father."
-Matthew 24:36
The author is not predicting a definite period in time for the great tribulation to occur. He chose the future because the great tribulation has YET to occur!

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  • First submitted March 18, 2010
  • Last updated March 18, 2010
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  • Narcissus's avatar
    Narcissus wrote 2 years, 11 months ago
    Hi, Jeff, Your shelf looks terribly lonely....!!! I'd like to share a passage from chapter 13 of my novel, Isles End. “And another thing . . . if all of this sounds too fantastic, I will tell you now, it's still nothing in comparison to being in His presence. Just to be near—even to gaze from afar! Anything else that one could possibly imagine . . . pales! A thousand suns would be wan in His shadow. He has no ...
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    Narcissus wrote 3 years ago
    Hi, Jeff, Leaving you a message here. Would be better to actually "message" you...then correspond....see some books on your shelf...read your book and leave comments here. I want all faith based books here to rise to the top! So, have I introduced you to my book yet? Isles End is Christianity undercover, with no religious terms but scriptures woven into the story. No one will feel "Bible thumped" while reading it. The unsuspecting non-believer will be introduced to a Loving ...
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  • Walden Carrington's avatar
    Walden Carrington wrote 4 years, 6 months ago

    Jeff,
    The Last Days and The Great Tribulation is a treasure to behold. I love these futuristic stories connected to Biblical prophecy. Backed with enthusiasm.

  • Eveleen's avatar
    Eveleen wrote 4 years, 7 months ago

    The last days . . .
    Backed with pleasure (why don't you use chapters? it's easier to read)
    Eveleen
    - Turning a new leaf
    - Like a dot on the horizon

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    Annockonda wrote 5 years, 1 month ago

    You will absolutely love my book the same way I am enjoying yours. Amazing similarities from a different perspective

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    Jeff Stern Author wrote 5 years, 1 month ago
    [QUOTE] Greetings Jeff! I enjoy the premise of your story, and you do a great job of conveying who the character of D is. If I may bring up a constructive point to enhance your manuscript: The quotation marks are reversed and placed awkwardly within your story. If I was creating a quote or character speaking- "Hey, great storyline, my friend!" -that is how the quotes would look with the punctuation inside of them. Also, there is no need to ...
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  • SusieGulick's avatar
    SusieGulick wrote 5 years, 2 months ago
    Dear Jeff, I love fiction, history, & Christian.. :) Your story is a good read because you have a hot topic & create interest by having short paragraphs & lots of dialogue which makes me want to keep reading & reading to find out what's going to happen next. I'm backing your book. :) Please take a moment to back my TWO Books, ... "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" ... and the UNEDITED version? ... "Tell Me True ...
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    Burgio [Retired] wrote 5 years, 2 months ago

    An up-to-date journey through Revelations. I'm sure there's a big Christian young adult audience out there who will want to read this. Could initiate good discussion in a Bible study or discussion group. Backed. Burgio (Grain of Salt).

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    gotiko [Retired] wrote 5 years, 2 months ago

    A good book to engage the minds of the young ones. Backed.

    Gabriel

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    lizjrnm [Retired] wrote 5 years, 2 months ago

    This is totally original! I love the idea of christian and crime combined! So far well done and I will return for more later but BACKED with pleasure for now!

    Liz
    The Cheech Room

  • Ian Gosling's avatar
    Ian Gosling wrote 5 years, 2 months ago
    Hi Jeff. An interesting pitch and a story that shows promise. I have an issue with your mixing of tenses. I often write in the present tense and it's not easy. Example from very near the beginning "...a young girls gasps...and calls out, '...There's Daniel'. Within an instant...teenage girls, were buzzing... He was overwhelmed..." You have to be very careful as it makes ready difficult. I can't see why you need to use present tense and I'd stick with past ...
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  • Jim Darcy's avatar
    Jim Darcy wrote 5 years, 2 months ago
    Hi Jeff, interesting story you have here. Someone has already pointed out the speech marks convention to you, so I won't repeat it. I learned a few new words too, which is always a good thing. May I ask who your target audience is? For the young people I teach, who would be interested in the character of Daniel, you may be a little too erudite. Jim Darcy The Firelord's Crown (a story of self-awareness and redemption but in a ...
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  • lisawb's avatar
    lisawb wrote 5 years, 2 months ago

    This is a very different premise and I enjoyed reading the story. A clever structure and interesting. I would have read on.

    Backed,

    Lisa

    A Fine Line

  • Teric Darken's avatar
    Teric Darken wrote 5 years, 2 months ago
    Greetings Jeff! I enjoy the premise of your story, and you do a great job of conveying who the character of D is. If I may bring up a constructive point to enhance your manuscript: The quotation marks are reversed and placed awkwardly within your story. If I was creating a quote or character speaking- "Hey, great storyline, my friend!" -that is how the quotes would look with the punctuation inside of them. Also, there is no need to add ...
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