The first warning shots of WW III have already been fired
The escalating terrorist attacks in the Middle East and in major cities in the West are not isolated acts of extremism. They are the first warning shots fired in a coming world war.
For decades, prophecy expert Grant R. Jeffrey has been analyzing geopolitical developments through the lenses of history, religion, and prophecy. As current events unfold according to the prophecies of the Bible, Jeffrey says Islamic extremists are preparing to attack Israel and conquer western civilization–destroying our freedom.
Drawing from firsthand interviews, intelligence reports, and ancient prophecy, Jeffrey reveals:
·Saddam Hussein’s role in the 9/11 attack on America
·Where Iraq hid its Weapons of Mass Destruction
·How Russia and extreme Islam will launch World War III
·The Bible’s prophecy of the destruction of extremist Islam
·How Israel will rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem
With Grant Jeffrey’s incisive and sometimes surprising analysis, you can understand the hidden agenda and powerful players behind today’s news headlines.
About the Author
Grant Jeffrey is internationally recognized as a leading researcher and Bible prophecy teacher. He has earned degrees from the University of Toronto and Louisiana Baptist University. His seven best-selling books have been read by millions interested in biblical discoveries and prophecy, Jeffery and his wife, Kaye, live in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Praise for The Next World War
“The Next World War is based on one of the most fascinating end-times prophecies. Grant Jeffrey’s well-researched and well-written explanation of Bible prophecy makes his timely description of today’s events in the Middle East a must read for anyone who cares about what is next on God’s prophetic calendar.”
–Dr. Tim LaHaye, prophecy scholar and co-author of the best-selling Left Behind series
“Grant Jeffrey knows history, prophecy, and the Middle East. His findings will stir your soul with the anticipation of the coming of Christ in light of the coming crisis in the Middle East.”
–Dr. Ed Hindson, assistant chancellor, Liberty University