Desecration (9 Left Behind)(Paperback)Tim Lahaye & Jerry B Jenkins
His Excellency Global Community Potentate Nicolae Carpathia, no longer pretending to be a pacifist, has ordered every Morale Monitor armed as he prepares to travel along the Via Dolorosa and then onward to the temple, where shocking surprises await.
The lines are drawn between good and evil as God inflicts sores upon the flesh of those who have taken the mark. Meanwhile His chosen ones flee to Petra, where they watch anxiously as GC fighter planes appear overhead and bombs begin to fall.
A repackage of the ninth book in the New York Times best-selling Left Behind series.
ByTim Lahaye & Jerry B Jenkins
Size140 x 210 mm
Number of Pages448 pp
PublisherTyndale House Publishers
Rayford Steele slept fitfully and awoke tangled in a prickly
woolen blanket, knees drawn to his chest and fists balled
under his chin. He bolted from the cot and peered out of
his tiny makeshift quarters near Mizpe Ramon in the Negev
The sun cast an eerie, orange glow, but it would soon grow
harsh and yellow, shimmering off rock and sand. The thermometer
would exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit by noon—
another typical day in the United Carpathian States.
Engaged in the riskiest endeavor of his life, Rayford had
cast his lot with God and the miracle of technology. There
was no hiding a jury-rigged airstrip on the desert floor—not
from the stratospheric cameras of the Global Community.
Ridiculously vulnerable, Rayford and his ragtag team of
flying rebels—having arrived by the dozens from around
the globe—were at the mercy of the most audacious ruse
His comrade in the enemy’s lair had planted evidence
in the Global Community database that the massive effort
at Mizpe Ramon was an exercise of the GC’s. As long as
GC Security and Intelligence personnel bought the great
“lie in the sky,” Rayford and his extended Tribulation Force
would continue what he called Operation Eagle. The name
was inspired by the prophecy in Revelation 12:14: “The
woman was given two wings of a great eagle, that she might
fly into the wilderness to her place, where she is nourished
for a time and times and half a time, from the presence of