by Alex LaPerchia & Phyllis LaPerchia



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/24/2022

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781665723466
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781665723480
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781665723473

About the Book

Do you believe we could be on the verge on WW III? The intent of the authors is to warn the reader of impending events that will be devastating to humankind - that is unless people turn to God and away from evil. This prophecy is evidenced in the Holy Bible, the Word of God. For God will not allow our horrendous violence and moral depravity to go unpunished. God’s justice demands the global plagues the world is experiencing and the forthcoming Great Tribulation, nuclear WW III.

Do you believe that Donald Trump will be our 47th president? Some Orthodox rabbis in Israel, including Rabbi Yoseph Berger, who oversees King David’s Tomb, predicted that Donald Trump would be victorious in the 2016 presidential election despite fierce opposition from the left wing Democrats. These rabbis determined that Trump’s name in the gematria-Jewish numerology signifies equality with the gematria of the title: “Messiah for the House of David”. These rabbis believe that Trump’s election was the will of God.

The authors believe the rabbis are right. Alex and Phyllis posit that Donald Trump is not the Messiah but is a forerunner of the coming Messiah. He will be re-elected in 2024.

What’s it all about? I want my country Back!

This book also addresses issues and topics current today - Afghanistan, Immigration, COVID, Education and Democrats vs Republicans. This is all in view of the disaster of the Biden Administration and the success and accomplishments of the Trump Administration.

About the Author

Teaching is Alex LaPerchia’s vocation—writing his avocation. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham University and a Master of Arts degree from Long Island University. As an English teacher in NYC public high school and adjunct professor in college, he believes in inculcating moral values as well as teaching subject matter. He asseverates that the war against drug abuse, violence, and criminality must be fought in the classroom through lessons and discussions.

Alex maintains that he has undergone a spiritual evolution from cynic to a loving Christian who has turned his life over to God. This turnabout is clearly evident in his writings which are rooted in his fascination with the lives of saints who have sought and attained communion with other persons and with God. In addition, Alex had a street ministry on 6th Avenue in Manhattan, NYC, praying with homeless people and providing them with money to purchase a simple lunch.

Both Alex and Phyllis worked with the homeless through the Missionaries of Charity (Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta’s Organization) in the Bronx and Harlem.

Phyllis LaPerchia was a principal of one of the largest middle schools in NYC (2200 students)--I.S. 61. She has a Master’s Degree in Special Education and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Phyllis started as an assistant teacher and worked her way up to the position of principal. During her years as Principal she won awards for the special programs she started to improve the students’ lives-Principal of the Year awarded by Mayor Guiliani for the first inclusion program in NYC. This program was visited by teachers throughout the United States and international countries, and included a visit by the Assistant Secretary of Education of the United States. Awarded by President Clinton in the Rose Garden, School of the Year representing N.Y.S., for drug free program. Received while an Assistant Principal at Jane Addams High School, Assistant Principal of the Year for the Retail Academy, a school to work program. Several news stations around the country covered this program and Donald Trump sent a letter of congratulations!

Both Alex and Phyllis worked with homeless through the Missionaries of Charity (Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta’s Organization) in the Bronx and Harlem.