Review of Shadow Government

Tuesday, October 27, 2009



Book Description: Security cameras, surveillance of your financial transactions, radio frequency spy chips hidden in consumer products, tracking of your Internet searches, and eavesdropping on your e-mail and phone calls. Without your knowledge or consent, every aspect of your life is observed and recorded. But who is watching the watchers? 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. Those who hold power are invisible to all but a few insiders. These unrivaled leaders answer to no earthly authority, and they won’t stop until they control the world. In Shadow Government, Grant Jeffrey removes the screen that, up to now, has hidden the work of these diabolical agents. Jeffrey reveals the biblical description of Satan’s global conquest and identifies the tools of technology that the Antichrist will use to rule the world. Your eyes will be opened to the real power that is working behind the scenes to destroy America and merge it into the coming global government. Armed with this knowledge, you will be equipped to face spiritual darkness with the light of prophetic truth.

My Thoughts: I gave this one to my Dad to read. He has a top security clearance and I thought he'd really enjoy it, and he is. It's amazing how our government "over" shadow's us. I would highly recommend this one for the guys on your holiday list.

Review of Wisdom Hunter







Book Description: This rerelease of Randall Arthur's bestselling novel presents the hypocrisy of Christian legalism and a man's search for the only surviving member of his family. The story's hero, Pastor Jason Faircloth, embarks on a journey that lasts eighteen years and takes him through four countries in a quest to find the granddaughter who is being hidden from him. In a process that mirrors our own spiritual journey, he discovers a rich relationship with God and the peace that finally comes with true faith.



My Thoughts: Legalism has always been a huge issue in the church, one that is known to drive wedges between believers of any denomination. I had a hard time getting into this book and enjoying it. That doesn't mean that you won't. I'd say to give it a try. This would be a good one for the guys on your list.
 
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