December 06, 2017
In his book “Cosmic Crossroad Countdown: The Fig Tree & The Prophetic Generation” (published by AuthorHouse), Dr. Peter Hofmann presents a wide perspective on what may be called a “new paradigm” in history. He explains that America and the world are at a critical crossroad in time and that there is a divine reason for this. In his illustration of the “Cosmic Crossroad,” he sheds light on “Astronomical Signs,” the “Wheels of Time,” the “Generational Periods,” the “Testimony of Prophecy & History,” and the “Fig Tree lessons.” He makes a strong argument to explain the “Sign of the Woman & Child in Revelation 12” and the mystery of the fig tree lessons in Old and New Testaments. He explains that in the parable of the fig tree, Jesus commands his people to know the end-time signs, because like the Noah’s Day, people will be caught by surprise. Hofmann proclaims, “This is a warning beacon to our Last generation to investigate the Truth…that something big is on the way and God wants us to prepare.” And he was right in suggesting that “major storms” would come after America’s Solar Eclipse.
The book states that God has left divine footprints on humanity’s timeline dating back to the beginning, with clues and signs that explain the present and reveal the future. Some of his illustrations help to explain present day parallels to great moments in history such as the time of Daniel the prophet and the life of Jesus Christ. His convergence of Wheels of Time includes: The Fig Tree Prophecy spoken by Jesus concerning a “Last Generation,” the “Cosmic Crossroad” with 40, 50 and 70 generational periods, a “Lost Time” instituted by God, and the “Cross in the Wilderness.” The author suggests this may be why God is shaking society with reversal of fortunes and “surprise returns!” He looks forward to a time of “New Beginnings” where God will expose lies and bring justice. This is a must read for 2018.
“Cosmic Crossroad Countdown: The Fig Tree & The Prophetic Generation”
By Dr. Peter Hofmann
Hardcover | 6x9in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781546201298
Softcover | 6x9in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781546201304
E-Book | 134 pages | ISBN 9781546201281
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble