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The Final Warning

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A world-wide warning is approaching, and you won't be able to escape it. Wherever you are... in a plane, at the office, doing laundry or making love, it will find you. Imagine your worst nightmare, then multiply it exponentially. Welcome to the end-times. Dead ahead, devastating earthquakes, plagues, nuclear holocaust and finally, the Ball of Redemption. God has our number ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Counting Coup Press
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