John Miller is a rebellious fighter pilot serving in World War II. He is constantly in trouble with his command for his antics. He is troubled by his past, he sees no hope for his future. But when he is called by God to help fulfill a prophecy, he must reconcile his past, prepare for his future and find the courage to mend his defiant heart. More
John Miller is a rebellious fighter pilot serving in Europe during World War II. He is constantly in trouble with his superiors for his antics. But when he meets a beautiful English girl named Melanie events and circumstances begin to conspire against him and he finds himself caught between love and fear and his indecision and inaction leads to jealousy and rage as he struggles with feelings and emotions that he does not understand. When it seems he will be defeated by these intense and very strong emotions that swirl within him, John is soon shot down over Nazi occupied Europe and thus begins his journey to help fulfill the prophecy of God and to find hope love and forgiveness. He is called by God to fulfill a prophecy the restoration of Israel in 1948. John is most reluctant to help God. John claims he has not been called. John blames God for many of his problems and he runs from God. He has absolutely no intention of helping God. Time and time again he is saved by God and protected by God in his journey until John must start to question and think about God and the ways of God. Satan is determined to thwart the plan of God to restore the nation of Israel. He sends his best demon, Oglo, to disrupt any relationship between John and Melanie by pushing Richard Thornton onto Melanie’s family. Her mother, Helen is encouraging a union between the fabulously rich Richard Thornton and her daughter Melanie, but Melanie is reluctant. Richard repeatedly asks Melanie to marry him, but she won’t no matter what he does for her. Richard must marry Melanie as part of his pact with Satan. Satan continues to chase after John, to haunt John, tempt John and to lure John away from his prophetic work. John is fooled and beguiled by Satan until finally cornered and captured by the Germans, John must surrender to authority. He is imprisoned, beaten and starved all his freedoms have been taken from him, he is a prisoner and only then in that harsh brutal environment does John come to understand the importance of serving Christ and obeying the word of God. Suddenly having already been stripped of everything he had ever owned, beaten and starved. He was fearless in the face of his captors, and he spoke of God. He spoke the gospel of truth. Satan who thinks everything is going his way is suddenly reminded of the strength power and glory of God, when Oglo confronts him bruised and bloodied from a confrontation with Christ and there is the D-Day landings Satan is alarmed by the turn of events but is steadfast he will win. But he won’t win and there is dissension within the ranks as Oglo begins to lose heart and begins to warn Satan they will burn in hell. Oglo wants to run and hide, but Satan refuses and stands strong against the Almighty God. God warns Richard and Satan what is about to happen, but they refuse to relent believing they have some right outside divine authority. John returns to London a decorated war hero and is reunited with Melanie. Satan is cast into hell after a cataclysmic battle and his evil forces are dispersed. Richard is doomed after his failed marriage attempt to Melanie. He loses everything becoming a vagabond on the earth until he is killed. John and Melanie lived happily ever after and the state of Israel is formed in 1948.
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