Monday, October 26, 2009



In 1949 George Orwell wrote the novel 1984. The ideas seemed far fetched, like science-fiction. The idea that "Big Brother" would be watching. Grant R. Jeffrey, one of the foremost authors on prophecy, proves that Big Brother is not only watching but has paved the way for the prophecies of Revelation.

Security cameras, surveillance of private financial transactions, radio frequency spy chips hidden in consumer products, eavesdropping on e-mail correspondence and phone calls, and Internet tracking. No one is protected, and privacy is a thing of the past.
An ultra-secret global elite, functioning as a very real shadow government, controls technology, finance, international law, world trade, political power, and vast military capabilities. These unnamed, unrivaled leaders answer to no earthly authority, and they won’t stop until they control the world.

If you enjoy eschatology then SHADOW GOVERNMENT will be right up your alley.


I got behind this week, it was a VERY busy week and I'm ashamed to say I did not get to read WISDOM HUNTER. It looks like an excellent book and I will put it aside to read later.

Here's the synopsis:
Pastor Jason Faircloth knows what he believes. His clear faith, in fact, is why he is one of the most prominent pastors in Atlanta. He relies on it to discipline his daughter, his wife, his church. He prays daily that others would come to see God’s ways as he does.
And it is about to cost him everything.
Groping for answers in the face of tragedy, Jason begins a search for the only family he has left: the granddaughter kept hidden from him. Soon he finds himself on an international adventure that will take him straight into the depths of his soul. He is determined not to fail again.
A fast-paced suspense novel rich in spiritual depth, Wisdom Hunter explores what it means to break free of Christian legalism—and discover why grace can mean the difference between life and death.

Information on both books can be found at the Random House website

These are two books I think anyone who enjoys action, fast-paced adventure, or reading of events yet to come would really enjoy.
This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group

1 comment:

carolyn@primitive~devotion said...

Sounds almost scary! And so true! I believe the gov't knows more about us than we may ever want to know.