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Special Note | Dr. David Jeremaih

Across our country, an unprecedented spiritual famine is causing an epidemic of emaciated hearts.

In the process, many professed Christians are abandoning the faith. This has created a vacuum for the rising tide of socialism to flood into our land.


Good afternoon IOM Friend,

Simultaneously, events in the Middle East are turning Jerusalem into the powder keg of history. Again! Throw a pandemic in the midst, and there you have it—a world in chaos.

I’ve told you all that to say this: I refuse to be discouraged. And so should you!

This is no time to retreat.

It’s time to live by conviction.

When Moses sent the twelve spies into the promised land to inspect the territory, ten spies were overwhelmed with fear and despair. They were daunted by the giants they saw. But two of the spies, Joshua and Caleb, said, in effect, “Let us go forward! We can take the land!”

Years later in recalling the event, Caleb told Joshua, “I was forty years old when Moses the servant of the Lord sent me from Kadesh Barnea to explore the land. And I brought him back a report according to my convictions” (Josh. 14:7 NIV, emphasis added).

Well, in Where Do We Go From Here?, I’ve explored the territory of our times, and I am bringing back a report according to my convictions. This is not bravado. I’m speaking as honestly and humbly as I can when I tell you:

We cannot be still. We cannot be silent. We cannot live by lies.

We can no longer ignore the warnings or sleep in beds of ignorance.

We must live by our biblical convictions.

I believe we’re approaching the consummation of the ages.

For as long as I’ve had a Bible, I’ve studied scriptural prophecy. I’ve preached and written about the last days from the beginning of my ministry. Perhaps you’ve read some of my previous books regarding the Bible’s message on the end of the world and the return of Christ. I love writing about biblical prophecy because it’s God’s transfusion of hope to our hearts. But I’ve never written a prophecy book like either of these two:

  1. In Where Do We Go From Here?, we’ll explore ten prophetic issues as current as the morning news to discover where we are, what it means, and where we go from here in each chapter.

  2. And in The World of the End, we’ll thread our way through the problems Jesus predicted—precursors of the tribulation—and learn how to do the next right thing.