With all eyes on the US Embassy’s new home in Jerusalem – the only place on earth called the City of God – the world is witnessing the fulfillment of God’s Covenant with His chosen people. This move escalated the conversation around the US-Israel relationship, including whether peace in that region is possible and what it all means for Christians watching these events unfold.
In Earth’s Last Empire Pastor John Hagee unpacks biblical prophecy and thousands of years of history, revealing that while the world may be in crisis mode, there is One who is coming to take His rightful place on the final throne in His Eternal Kingdom.
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Both biblical accounts and secular history give multiple examples of failed attempts to eradicate the Hebrew nation. This all-consuming hatred toward God’s people has not been a consequence of their enemy’s aims of achieving a political ideal, or the necessity to acquire vast resources, or even the objective to confiscate territory. The unrivaled animosity exists simply because they are Jews. This one-of-a-kind bigotry has been branded anti-Judaism or anti-Semitism. — Excerpt, Chapter 2
Anti-Semitism is not only alive, it is ever-increasing. The mechanism by which this evil hatred displays its ugly talons is modernized, but the overall message is the same: dehumanize and demonize the Jewish people at every opportunity through all means possible — Excerpt, Chapter 3
Many of the greatest civilizations have sought to rule over Jerusalem, yet only one people—the Jews—have been given the divine right to claim the Holy City as their eternal inheritance. And because God’s Chosen have refused to relinquish this claim, they have paid a terrible price in blood and suffering. — Excerpt, Chapter 4
Since the beginning of time, it has been man’s desire to rule over others. Conquerors have taken lands by persuasion, by treaties, and often, by force. Those who lived in seized territories would either surrender their allegiance to the new leaders or face enslavement or execution. History is cluttered with kingdoms that rose and fell from power, which are now forgotten and consigned to obscure and dusty corners of abandoned libraries. — Excerpt, Chapter 5
The New World Order is not a novel phenomenon. Its origins can be traced to the book of Genesis with the building of a stronghold that symbolized man’s arrogance, lust for power, and ultimately, their absolute rebellion against God. — Excerpt, Chapter 8
In Earth's Last Empire, Pastor John Hagee unpacks biblical prophecy, thousands of years of history as well as current events to show us how the predictions in the Bible are coming to pass.
Newly revised and updated with up-to-the-minute information on how contemporary events shed light on what is to come—from the global coronavirus pandemic, America's power struggle with China, Russia's growing presence in the Middle East, to the United States' withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran—this book reveals that while the world may be in crisis mode, there is One who is coming to take His rightful place on the final throne in His Eternal Kingdom.
Pastor John Hagee is founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, a non-denominational evangelical church with more than 22,000 active members. He also founded Hagee Ministries, which broadcasts the Gospel on radio and television throughout America and the world, and is the founder and Chairman of Christians United for Israel, which has grown to become the largest Christian pro-Israel organization in the United States—with over 9 million members. Pastor John Hagee was recognized by the Embassy of Israel in Washington D.C. as one of the 70 greatest American contributors to the U.S.-Israel relationship. Pastor John Hagee has authored 40 books, several of which were on the New York Times best-sellers list, including Four Blood Moons, which was also an award winning blockbuster film in 2015.