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  • Posted October 19, 2013

    Excellent vision of the fall of America.

    The author paints a vivid picture of how America could be removed as a world power, since there is no analogy of America in the Biblical End
    Times prophecies.

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  • Posted September 9, 2012

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    The end of the world as we know it, is near its end, good book

    I feel that the authors are talking about a Prophet that they think is a terrorist and the Bible does talk about a anti-Christ that will walk the earth and this could be happening today. As the former CIA Johathan Keene is called to the White House he had no idea why. Also FBI agent Megan Taylor was called to the meeting. They were asked to track down who ever this is that the goverment is afraid is another terrorist about to strike at America. These two would be working alone with chaplain Boz Hamilton as he had the Bible knowledge that they could use. As they worked and the US was pushed toward a situation that it has never seen, will it force them to trust in God in a way they have never before. Johnthan Keene felt that he was being forced to find a faith that he wanted to stay buried. But God is working on him and something always happens when God intervens.

    This book was a hard read as it carried me back to way before I was born when this great country of ours was struggling with immigration from all countries including illegal trade of humans. I feel that God made all of us and one color person is no better than the other and we sure was not formed from God's image to be bought and sold. Even in the old testement of the Bible they were.

    As America today seems to be at the doorsteps of something bad happening to this country as we have fallen so far away from God. The authors are talking about a Prophet that they think is a terrorist and the Bible does talk about a anti-Christ that will walk the earth and this could be happening today. As the former CIA Johathan Keene is called to the White House he had no idea why. Also FBI agent Megan Taylor was called to the meeting. They were asked to track down who ever this is that the goverment is afraid is another terrorist about to strike at America.

    Thanks to the authors and to the publisher for sending me this book for my review.

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