People from all around the world are being drawn to a point in their lives which could cost them eternity. And at Benny’s Diner, small coincidences are finding June a waitress closer and closer to the conception of the end of the world. After her fiancé confides in her concerning the end of days, June must reconcile her ways to God in penance form.
With a wit and a different perspective of the end times D. F. Lopez, finds a simple meeting in time, the rapture, to be one of wonder, fun, conviction, and warning for all.
Discloser: Only simple terms of the end times are expressed here, in understanding that much confusion and distortion concerning this period of time is evident already. The rapture, a word not used in the Bible (but it’s event is), reminds us of the awesome God and resilience of His creation. Other than a few references to the two witnesses (and a strange twist) most accounts are in light of the God Breathed inspired scriptures.