America pressures Israel for peace in the region by relinquishing land and, within 24 hours, America is hit with catastrophe. Coincidence? John McTernan doesn't think so. McTernan, a staunch defender of Israel in light of biblical prophecy, has spent a lifetime studying American history and sees distinct parallels between America's dealings in the Middle East and her disasters. Showing documented proof of this, along with historical vignettes from both Israel and America, this book issues a bold warning to American Christians to stand with Israel, especially in these days when more and more biblical prophecy is being fulfilled.
Is America on a collision course with God?There is a direct correlation between the alarming number of massive disasters striking America and her leaders pressuring Israel to surrender her land for "peace."Costing hundreds of lives and causing hundreds of billions of dollars' damage, dozens of disasters including devastating earthquakes, raging fires, hurricanes, floods, tsunamis, and violent tornadoes have hit America-and always within twenty-four hours of putting pressure on Israel.What can you do as an individual--and what can America do--to change the direction of our country in relation to Israel and prevent the increasing number of calamities?
John P. McTernan is a lifetime student of American history, and has studied biblical prophecy since becoming a Christian in the early 1970s. He authored the acclaimed God's Final Warning to America and co-authored the best seller Israel: The Blessing or the Curse. Through numerous appearances on television, radio, and in seminars, McTernan regularly defends Israel in light of biblical prophecy.In 1974, John became involved with the Pro-Life Movement and is a Pro-Life leader in central Pennsylvania. He co-founded International Cops for Christ, where he serves as an ordained chaplain. He served as a US Treasury agent for twenty-six years before retiring in 1998. He holds a B.S. from Virginia Commonwealth University. He is married and has four children.