Having suffered traumatic loss, Alexander—along with his rescue dogs, Martin and Luther—is called from civilian counseling to his former military career, on a rescue mission in Palm Beach, Florida where three houses of worship are decimated by terrorist bombings. After he and team find one survivor, their journey brings them into friendship with the Jewish youth’s father. Reoccurring dreams regarding the Biblical prophet, Daniel, and an insane king, along with a larger-than-life chaplain, trouble Alexander. Alexander and his heroes—by Divine Providence—uncover the resurgence of an old enemy to the Catholic Church. This murderous rogue order of Jesuits, led by foreign and American citizens under the allusive Agent Smith, is determined to incorporate a Fifth Column with its own radical agenda: combining political and religious power. Believing they are doing God’s service, they remove anyone in their path. Other life-changing encounters end Alexander’s aloofness and begin his healing.
“. . . Privilege previewing what I believe will be a best seller. But more importantly, a book that may open the eyes of the church to the times we are facing. . . [and a] much needed revelation.” – Ron Hill, Senior Pastor, Cliffview COG
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I already have it, and it is very interesting. The book deals with end time prophecies, and in fact things that are happening right now. Everyone Christian should own it, and of course others also. If I could suggest anything to add to it, it would be to add a little more romance and family life of the main characters. I did love the book. The authors did a great job. It is a truthful, biblical based book. Order it before i it all happens right before your eyes.
The book cover is well illustrated and the dogs indicate high intelligence. It depicts events leading to the end times--I think--as a pastor. I love the theme and plots. This book transcends several culturals and should be of interest to many walks of life, including the secular. Having read portions of it several times and the whole once, I find the work intriguing and highly recommend it!