The story continues, pretty well from where it left off in Revelation, but with an interesting twist.
Leigh Lewis is back as Helen Hannah; Nick Mancusco is back as Nick Macalusso, and now the cast is expanded, with 2 international actors.
Gary Busey is probably most well know as psychotic mad men, as in Under Siege, but when he became a Christian, that all changed. Here in this film he is a policeman who didn't die in a car rash, and wakes up to find himself in the Tribulation Period.
Margot Kidder appears, not quite as a cameo appearance, but she is only in for about 10 minutes at the start of the film.
Macaluso is up to his old tricks and wants to use the Day ofWonders again to destroy the Earth. In case you missed it, e is the anti-Christ and is usng it to turn people away from God.
Helen Hannah is once again leading the opposition to him,and using TV to spread the truth. A one point, she is captured and appears to be eecuted for her faith.
Busey spends most of the film trying to find out what has happened to his family. Why he never stops to ask hat has happened but goes on happily looking is never quite explained.
How he find his family, with a lovely surprise ending, is again part of the story.