Jeremiah's Prophecies

The End of the United States

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
128 Pages
Reviewed on 03/15/2023
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Jeremiah's Prophecies: The End of the United States is a work of non-fiction in the religious writing, philosophical and socio-political subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Charles J. Brannan. In this interesting and passionately penned work, the author recounts his experiences in channeling the words of the prophet Jeremiah to convey the current state of affairs for the modern U.S.A. and to send a message about the need to repent. If the country goes without repenting, the author conveys several prophecies about the future of the United States and other countries that God may choose to punish for proposed wickedness in the days to come.

It is clear that author Charles J. Brannan has a passion for the subject matter of current events, culture, and the world, whilst also adhering to a powerful sense of religion that sticks closely to scripture and the word of God. This is a work of non-fiction that will not suit all readers, but the devout Christian will certainly find a lot to agree with in its pages. I found the work to be thoroughly well-organized and penned with confident authority. The author makes good use of the references to convey a full timeline of past, present, and proposed future events that come full circle and make sense of the work’s own spiritual logic. Overall, Jeremiah's Prophecies: The End of the United States is a work that will suit readers keen on assessing and analyzing current affairs from a strong religious viewpoint and those who enjoy authors with well-evidenced concepts and ideas.

Astrid Iustulin

Some books are inspired directly by God for an author to bring an important message to the world. Jeremiah's Prophecies: The End of the United States by Charles J. Brannan is one such book. The project is ambitious since the author, after receiving the order from God, had to revise the text written by the prophet Jeremiah and adapt it to modern times. In these pages, readers will discover what will happen to the United States if that country does not change course and stop worshiping false gods. They will also read about what will happen to the other peoples of the earth who are on the same wrong path. This book highlights the issues of this era like no other before.

Jeremiah's Prophecies is a book that many readers will find deeply interesting for a variety of reasons. Charles J. Brannan was right to follow God's instructions to change the ancient text to suit the current age. What surprised me most is that although it has been millennia since the original text was written, this new version fits well with our times, and I believe it will help to stimulate consciences by making each of us wonder where we are going. I was struck by the fact that toward the end of the book, some pages refer to other nations and institutions, which makes it possible for readers to expand their horizons. I recommend this book to any citizen concerned about the current state of the United States and the world at large.

Courtnee Turner Hoyle

Jeremiah’s Prophecies: The End of the United States by Charles J. Brannan is the retelling of the book of Jeremiah from the Bible. After a sign from God prompted him to rewrite Jeremiah’s prophecy, Brannan modified the chapters in keeping with the spirit of Jeremiah. Every section is penned to reflect the United States as the subject instead of the kingdom of Judah. Using God’s words from the book of Jeremiah with America as the focus, the book is a warning before God passes a final judgment on the country.

Charles J. Brannan does a masterful job of aligning Jeremiah’s prophetic vision with the current state of America. Readers will notice that the words recorded over 2,500 years ago match the sins of the country, and they are not limited to the United States. The message is a call to action, and it is clear: repent before God executes his final judgment against the nation. The author guides his readers through the possible ramifications with clarity and certainty. There is hope for the people who believe, and grace and the rebirth of the new nation are discussed. God’s assessments in the story are eerily similar to the condition of the United States, and the “spirit of Nebuchadnezzar” is reflected as the author describes America’s ruin. Brannan has delivered sermons at his church, and he has the distinct ability to convey the material effectively. Readers who like biblical reinterpretations will enjoy Jeremiah’s Prophecies.

Grace Ruhara

Are you more spiritual or more religious? If the judgment is now, do you see yourself among the few that will be chosen? Jeremiah's Prophecies: The End of the United States by Charles J. Brannan will challenge you to dig deep to see if you are worthy. It reminds us to repent and follow the Almighty over the so-called gods of money, pleasure, and other deities. Jeremiah has risen and is reborn. He has now come to the United States to prophesy the end times. Here, the people have turned their backs on God, and have committed two evils; forsaking Him and turning to things that lead them to destruction. In turn, God has brought drought, earthquakes, tornadoes, and hurricanes following their refusal to heed the warnings given to them. Fortunately, God is merciful and is willing to forgive them once they ask for forgiveness and repent.

What I like about Jeremiah's Prophecies by Charles J. Brannan are the short biblical stories that have emotional, philosophical, and moral meanings that helped me understand what is being said on a deeper level. This made the reading experience educational and enjoyable. I also loved the message of repentance. This is a crucial topic that will get you thinking and looking within yourself to search for your relationship with God. Repentance will give you the power to lift your burdens and move your heart away from sin, helping you rise to new ways of living with hope.