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A Thief in the Night II: A Distant Thunder
2002Part two. Dramatically presents the Seal Judgments of Revelation, the importance of Christ's redemption, and the cost of discipleship during persecution. This second film in the series continues the story of Patty who is left living as a fugitive, relentlessly pursued and finally captured by the forces of UNITE, she is given a choice: either receive "the Mark" or face death. 77 Min.
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|Director:||Donald W. Thompson|
|Producer(s):||Donald W. Thompson|
|Categories:||Prophecy/End Times, Russ Doughten Films|
9 members reviewed: A Thief in the Night II: A Distant Thunder
- Patricia G
Raised in the church, I already had a good idea of what was supposed to happen in the Rapture and afterwood in the Tribulation so I found this movie to be great.
I like how it made the consequences very clear to those unbelievers who think they have a lot of time left on their hands to accept Jesus Christ.
- Frances J
This is a tremendous movie for evangelism. The ending had me spell bound, with that feeling of "the hairs on the back of my neck standing up". The script is fiction, but the biblical truths portrayed through the story express the urgency for sharing the Gospel and receiving Christ as Savior.
- James C
I must say this was a great movie, it gave a clear view of the
antichrist at work in the last days. I truly recommend this movie
to be view by every church in the world.
- Larisa N
I saw the first part and just couldnt wait to see the second one, and know I can't wait to see the third! This is a great series and full with so much truth. I liked the fact that through the movie they point out scriptures directly from the bible to show you proof of what is to come. This is a great movie for believers as well as nonbelievers to realize that God is real, that nothing of what is to come is hidden it is all there in the bible and the time to get closer to God is now. Great movie!
- Kathy C
These are VERY 70's style movies. They are too out-dated to draw in my teens. They are done well and interesting; very similar to the current Left Behind series. The acting is done well and there is a lot of suspense.