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Softcover, 225 pages
We are on a countdown to crisis. A nuclear showdown with Iran is apparent. The battle for Jerusalem has begun. This war will affect every person on Planet Earth.
The nuclear storm clouds are gathering over Iran and Israel, casting a long shadow on America and the nations of the world.
Shocking information of the impending war:
The Pentagon's contingency plan for the use of nuclear weapons against at least seven countries.
The United States' use of bunker-busting mini-nukes.
How Russia, France, and Germany are helping Iran achieve its goal of a nuclear holocaust.
How an attack on Jerusalem will affect America.
Jerusalem Countdown by best-selling author John Hagee anticipates Israel's strategies toward any Iranian threat and the resulting effect upon America. Can anyone actually believe that the Islamic fanatics presently in charge of the Iranian government would not use nuclear weapons on Israel, America, and the world?
Hagee skillfully unveils the reasons radical Islam and Israel cannot dwell peaceably together as he paints a convincing picture explaining why Christians must support the State of Israel.
Those nations who align with God's purposes will receive His blessing. Those who follow a policy of opposition to God's purposes will receive the swift and severe judgment of God without limitation.
John Hagee is the senior pastor of Cornerstone Church, a place of worship he founded in San Antonio, Texas. The nondenominational evangelical church now has more than 18,000 active members. Known best nationally for his End-time writings, he has authored several fiction and nonfiction best sellers, including What Every Man Wants in a Woman/What Every Woman Wants in a Man and The Seven Secrets.
This copy is in excellent condition, without writing, marks or tears and with only minimal cover wear. There are no remainder marks and this is not an ex-library copy.