Could WWIII be around the corner? Dr. John Hagee predicts a world-changing nuclear showdown is imminent in the Middle East - one that will jump-start Armageddon. Jerusalem Countdown unveils the reasons radical Islam and Israel cannot dwell peaceably together. Dr. Hagee identifies the key players in the upcoming conflict, explains the roles Russia, China, Europe and America will play, and unveils God's apparent plan for His people in the coming crisis. Audiobook narrated by Eric Martin.
©2006 Charisma Media (P)2007 Casscom Media
It's a good book. Narration was good and as some have said it repeats several things in this book and others he has written as well as some other books, but all of this is coming together and it's nice that most are
Saying the same thing. As for the end is coming and one might say they repeat a lot. That is great because you don't have several people telling deferent stories. If they all see the same vision then you have God is letting us know thru several people with similar visions from reading the Bible and the research they do. I believe the Bible repeats a lot of things it's self. They are just trying to get the point across. Some people are new to being born again Christians. And they need all the teaching they can get. It could be really close to the end and they may want to share there experience with God, and nobody knows when he will call us home and with all the books and Preaching could save one more soul before it is to late.
Dare to dream...
The antichrist is moving fast to rain destruction upon this earth. The "christian", and "jewish", people had best wake up from their dark slumber, cause judgement is on the horizon.
"Good solid book"
His voice was soothing and very easy to listen to
Yes I could hardly out it down
I recommend all Christians read this book, you may get some enlightenment.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.