Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The Lord's Voice Cries to the City by Iris Nasreen

Nasreen has an end times message for the church. Christ revealed Himself to her in a dream in 1997, appointing her His servant. She did not understand the dream at the time. She then went through ten years of preparation. God spoke again in 2007 and gave her a message to warn and convict mankind of their sins.

She has been experiencing nonstop dreams and visions with prophecies since 2007. She speaks to the significance of His Temple in the latter days, that it would be completely restored to its original form on the top of a mountain. She believes we are the generation that will experience this.

She relates an increase in natural disasters before the second coming of the Lord, including earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, famine, cold, and snowstorms. Half of the world's harvest will be destroyed. Excessive rain, flooding, and snowfall will encompass the earth. She writes of a coming global war. She includes news reports confirming some of the prophecies are already coming to pass. God's people will be rescued, a sign to unbelievers. She reports on the significance of the year 2023. She explains the importance of the biblical account of Sodom and Gomorrah.

The time is short, she says. It will only be a few years. She calls us to repentance. We are to turn from our evil ways, destroy our idols, and cry out unto the Lord. He has given us the warning. We must respond.

I am not sure I understand or agree with all Nasreen has said. For example, she writes that November 11, 2012, a date she identified as a turning point, is a fulfillment of Isaiah 5. The significance of that date just doesn't make sense to me. Much of the book is also a review and explanation of Scripture relevant to God exercising judgment.

The writing is not eloquent (English is her second language) and the illustrations are not “professional” (hand drawn). She is evidence that God uses common people, weak vessels to bring His message (her words).

This is a clear wake up call to believers and nonbelievers alike. She speaks with urgency – we are to share the message of salvation with serious effort and at full force. Jesus is coming soon.

You can find out more about her prophecies at

Iris Nasreen lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two teenage children. You can connect with her at

Carpenter's Son Publishing, 288 pages.

I received a complimentary copy of this book through the Book Club Network for the purpose of an independent and honest review.

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