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    Yep Brenna, it's worth a read.
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    i read these books, and i dont believe in the rapture or anything, but even if you dont...these books are worth reading..the faith that these people had, you can learn a lot from them
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    Bumpkin I agree the Peretti series are really good!

    Have you read his book Tilly?

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    I am three-quarters into "Tribulation Force", the second book, and I can't put it down! Yes I only began reading this wonderful series about a month ago, for shame. I already have "Nicolae" ready, for that day when I finish reading Trib Force I can move on immediately. I just can't believe I found this series so late, considering my dad told me about it two years ago, and I'm so far behind.
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    They're so cute! brenna's Avatar
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    Well, for what it's worth Lazy, I think you're better off for having found it late. I started them reading them about the time that book eight came out, I think. I got through them all really fast, but I lost interest while waiting for the next one to come out. I haven't really picked them up since then. (Also, as I've mentioned before, I think that the first couple books were the best, and they fell off after that).

    Anyway, happy reading!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brenna
    Well, for what it's worth Lazy, I think you're better off for having found it late. I started them reading them about the time that book eight came out, I think. I got through them all really fast, but I lost interest while waiting for the next one to come out. I haven't really picked them up since then. (Also, as I've mentioned before, I think that the first couple books were the best, and they fell off after that).

    Anyway, happy reading!
    Yeah I guess you're right about the lateness factor. Oh I hope the series doesn't fall off that badly or else I may lose interest. I mean, I started the series, might as well find out how it ends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firegirl
    Have you read his book Tilly?
    Yes! The subject matter is something I speak on and write about frequently, so I was surprised to find that Tilly had written this. It was very well done.

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    I gave up after book 3,no idea why
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    i started reading this series and quit after the 3rd or 4th book when i found out they were stretching the series out to more volumes. i decided i would begin reading them again when alllllllll of the books in the series were released b/c i'd get upset waiting a year for the next installment.

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    I just finished Armageddon, and yes, the cliffhanger is gripping! Thankfully, I can pick up a copy of Glorious Appearing tomorrow and get started!!!

    In addition to the Left Behind website (which is fantastic!), our church has a website that can get you started as well. Our minister has been preaching a series on Revelations for the past several months, and can point you in the right direction. The website is: http://lbcmin.com/

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