Tomorrow – Too Late

Tomorrow May Be Too Late: Discovering Our Destiny

Tomorrow May Be Too Late
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Tomorrow May Be Too Late is a simple, non-threatening and easy to read book written especially for non-believers or new Christians. It chronicles God’s whole plan for mankind. This little book has a fictitious story line, but all the characters are based upon real people. It begins at the funeral of a young, 39-year old husband and father who died suddenly while out jogging, and continues with each of his non-believing friends and family asking questions like:

  • “What happens when we die? Is there really a heaven? Who goes there?”
  • “Why are we here? What’s our purpose in life? Is there some sort of master plan?”
  • “Why should we believe the Bible? Why is it any different from all the other religious books?
  • Does it really predict the future? Can it be proved?”

In just a little over a hundred pages, Tomorrow May Be Too Late relates man’s spiritual journey from the beginning of time to the very end, showing how God has been personally and intimately involved all along.

Chapters in Tomorrow May Be Too Late
The Plans and Purposes of God
The Bible: Why Should We Believe It?
Who Is Jesus?
Made in God’s Image
Faith: The Key to Life
Hope for the Future
Heaven: Our Destination

After the funeral, I drove to a local Christian bookstore . I was hoping to find a little book I could give to the family members that would simply answer three basic questions: What’s our purpose in life? In whom can we reliable trust? and, is there a future hope?
I could not find such a book! There seemed to be plenty of large, thick books, as well as small tracts on how to be saved, but no small, understandable books.

from the “Introduction” to Tomorrow May Be Too Late

Additional Resources

Learn more about Tomorrow May Be Too Late with these supporting materials.

Tomorrow May Be Too Late: Sample

Tomorrow May Be Too Late: Study Questions

Tomorrow May Be Too Late: Answers to Study Questions

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