Engines of World War III Michael Craig Campbell

ISBN: 9780595344079

Published: August 4th 2005

Paperback

736 pages


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Engines of World War III  by  Michael Craig Campbell

Engines of World War III by Michael Craig Campbell
August 4th 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 736 pages | ISBN: 9780595344079 | 4.38 Mb

Our towers have been attacked And many more of our towers remain vulnerable to attack Did prophets predict these attacks? Did World War III begin September 11, 2001? Do we live in the tumultuous last days described by ancient prophets? Will goodMoreOur towers have been attacked And many more of our towers remain vulnerable to attack Did prophets predict these attacks?

Did World War III begin September 11, 2001? Do we live in the tumultuous last days described by ancient prophets? Will good prevail over evil? What should we do? The dangers of the latter days are not only physical, but spiritual as well. However, spiritual consequences are of far greater importance The Scriptures provide important counsel regarding how to cope with the dangers of the last days.

Commandments cant be ignored without suffering consequences. Procrastination is a thief and apathy towards Jesus Christ will poison the eternal soul.However, all the shock and awe in the Scriptures, pale in comparison to the importance of learning the real purposes of your life.Unlock the secrets of Scripture, pertaining directly to your eternal future.

Coincidences, between Scripture and current events, provide clues to the catastrophic signs that precede the Reign of Jesus Christ. Gods teachings, Satanic opposition, terrorism, Bible prophesies, both Bush Administrations, nuclear pollution, the Gulf and Iraq Wars, World War III, pornography, the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, are all tied together completing the most important puzzle of the 21st Century.



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