A Change is Coming
A Change is Coming
Author: Hector Sosa
Publication Date: June 2015,
Format: 8.5 x 5.5, Perfect Bound, 110 Pages
Hector Sosa Jr. was born in Puerto Rico. He began having visions of future events as a young boy, a gift he inherited from his mother.
At age 13 he and his family joined the LDS Church, and the visions he had been receiving began to make sense as he learned more about the prophecies and doctrines taught by church leaders.
Among the events he has foreseen are:
- * Earthquakes in Utah
- * A national financial collapse
- * Plagues and sicknesses
- * Concentration camps on U.S. soil
- * An invasion from foreign troops
- * The Saints prevail against the enemy
Hector's visions are specifically meant to serve as warnings to his own family, but he hopes that by sharing what he has seen, it will help others prepare for the challenging times that will soon come upon the world.
About the Author
Hector Sosa Jr. was born in Puerto Rico. His family joined the LDS Church there when he was 13 years old, and they settled in southern Utah in 1982.
He served a mission for the Church in Barcelona, Spain.
He is currently a database engineer, and has worked with computers for more than two decades. He also runs several websites and four web forums.
He and his wife Tammy currently reside in Springville, Utah, and they are the parents of seven children.
Table of Contents
Chapter one: An Inherited Gift
Chapter Two: Settling in Utah
Chapter Three: Visions as a Young Man
Chapter Four: The First Earthquake
Chapter Five: Plagues and Sicknesses
Chapter six: The Gathering Begins
Chapter seven: Departure to the Camps
Chapter Eight: Financial Collapse
Chapter Nine: My Personal Assignment
Chapter Ten: Concentration Camps on U.S. Soil
Chapter Eleven: The Second Earthquake
Chapter Twelve: The Invasion from Foreign Troops
Chapter Thirteen: Global Natural Disasters
Chapter Fourteen: Zion Will Prevail
Chapter Fifteen: Personal Preparedness
Chapter Sixteen: My Testimony
Chapter Seventeen: A Warning Vision
Appendix: The Vision of Charles D. Evans