Pierre-Louis Ours

The Great Harvest of the Post-Allah World

How Gog and Magog Will Change the Future of Mankind

Beginning 27 centuries ago, God foretold the return of all the Jews to the land He had given them—Israel. He foretold this before they were exiled the first time to Babylon and centuries before they were banished from their land the second time by the Romans. This ultimate return would be completed around an event often called the war of Gog and Magog. God gives an incredible amount of details about the return of the Jews to their land and about this war in the message of Ezekiel and of other prophets as well. This war is a historical game-changer; nothing will be quite the same after. It has a single leitmotif though: the greatest harvest of souls—Jews and Gentiles—in the history of mankind. As a reactionary consequence to this, Gog and Magog also usher in the worldwide polarization of evil that will make the ascendency and the success of the Anti-Christ possible. Gog and Magog is a pivotal event. IF you know Jesus and IF you know YHWH, then you know that Jesus will not bring the Great Commission to a close because it has petered out and nothing could revitalize it. All power of heaven and earth has been placed in Jesus’ hand, so Jesus cannot lose, and He will not exit His plan to avoid annihilation! His hand will never be forced. Some momentous events in our very near future will trigger the largest single-generation harvest of the Great Commission.

Justin’s Tomorrows

Tomorrow is the fruit of choices made today

The stranger seemed stressed. A cup of hot coffee in one hand, with a smartphone, squeezed between two knuckles. In the other hand, a small paper plate with an apple fritter on top and a few paper napkins bunched up underneath the plate.“May I sit here with you?” The place was packed. It was to be expected at a quarter to eight in the morning, on a workday.“Of course, you may,” answered Andrew, focusing now on the stranger. Andrew pushed the second chair out from the table using his right foot, making it easier for the young man to take a seat and put his stuff down on the table. Andrew was not in a hurry; he had ceased to be in a hurry a few years back. Severe health issues had “slowed him down some.” Plus, today, he did not have to be anywhere until early afternoon, when he would pick up his wife returning from visiting her folks from out of state. Not for the first time in the last few months, he reveled in the luxury of “time.” Years ago, he had prayed for time: time to do things right, time to conduct business correctly, time to wait for the right moment and circumstances…time. God had given him that. Often, too much of it, it seemed. But time was now his gift; he would have it for as long as he lived. Which, if he believed his doctors, would not be a long stretch anyway. He only believed them partially. The spark inside would not die, so who knows?

About the author

Born in 1952 on a mountain pass at the apex of the Alps, Pierre-Louis Ours attended Grenoble University. His early passions for open spaces and horses led him to immigrate to America as a racing ski coach.

His wife and dearest companion is Julia. The first 26 years of their marriage flew by, and they are looking forward to the chapters yet to be discovered.

Because his work was international in scope, Pierre-Louis traveled and functioned extensively in different societies and cultures. He keeps attuned to global perspectives on events.

In our world of relativism, God assigned him the task of saying this is what God says from His Word.

Teaching and public speaking have been an integral part of his life. And while Pierre-Louis naturally prefers face-to-face interactions, his books are an inherent aspect of his task.

Pierre-Louis continues to love the great outdoors and to crave open spaces.

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