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The Day of the Lord Is At Hand By Benjamin Baruch
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Events now coming to pass are described in detail in Bible Prophecy, yet much of the Bible is in symbolic form and requires interpretation, for the "words were closed up and sealed until the... More > time of the end". (Daniel 12:9) It is little wonder that men who labored to read the sealed prophecies over the many centuries failed to discern the true meaning, for these prophecies have been kept secret until the time of the end. The Day of the LORD is at Hand was written to reveal the clear message of Bible prophecy to the last days church in America, and to help you survive and endure to the end, that you and your household maybe saved from the hour which has finally come upon us. "For as a snare it shall come upon all of them who dwell on the face of the whole earth, watch therefore and pray always, that you may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall soon come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man". Jesus Christ - Luke 21:35-46< Less
The New Tactics of Global War - Reflections On the Changing Balance of Power In the Final Days of Peace By Benjamin Baruch & J.R. Nyquist
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In 1991, the Cold War ended. Yet today’s news is filled with stories of Russian military moves, battles and territorial annexations. A new Cold War has begun. In August 2008, Russia invaded... More > Georgia and annexed Abkhazia and South Ossetia. In March 2014, Russia invaded and annexed Crimea. The Russian military, once considered backward and demoralized, now deploys the world’s most advanced weapons: the Armata Tank, the SS-27 Road Mobile ICBM, and the S-500 ABM. These are weapons with war-winning potential. “The New Tactics of Global War” explains what happened at the end of the Cold War and why Russia remains the number one threat to the United States. Americans never fully understood the old Soviet Union and they are far from understanding today’s Russia. The moves and counter-moves of the present crisis stem from a long-running deception game – the only game Russia’s security structures know how to play. The authors investigate this game, allowing the reader to understand the “mind of the enemy.”< Less