Behind Enemy Lines: saved by a Secret
to me by inspiration of the Holy Spirit, to share the loving message of Jesus
Author teaches readers how to develop
a closer relationship with God in the book …
Behind Enemy Lines: Saved by a Secret Weapon.
Within these pages
lies an exciting and intriguing story of Danny Clifford’s training,
experiences, and relationships, as a United States Army Staff Sergeant
with the 75th
Rangers in Vietnam during 1969 and 1970 performing reconnaissance missions
Behind Enemy Lines.
From stories of
physical warfare to those of spiritual warfare, the author candidly shares
with readers what it takes to survive as a Christian soldier serving in
the kingdom of God, and how to avoid becoming a casualty of the evil one.
At the end of the book, readers will come face to face with the secret
weapon and the Medal of Honor winner, Jesus.
“The sole purpose
of this book is for everyone who reads this book to develop a closer
relationship with God and receive an anointing to tell others about
Jesus.” The author says “It is easily understood and has
revelations for all genders, ages, and walks of life.
”The most rewarding thing he
has ever witnessed, he says, is another person accepting Jesus, and seeing
their smile and eyes after Jesus has removed their burden. This recently
happened at the youth prison in South Portland, Maine in a weekly Bible
meeting. “A young man of 17 gave his life to Christ after he read the
manuscript of the book. The sole purpose of this book is you and your
relationship with God.”
Danny has a new book that was released in April 2012 …
The moment you
begin reading “Last Call” the words will inspire, motivate,
and challenge the very substance of your thoughts and your beliefs. It
will change your entire way of thinking, and challenge you’re approach to
life. A vibration in your spirit and soul will bring you face to face with
the truth of how and why you were created and reveal … the mystery that
has been kept hidden for ages and generations, but is now disclosed to the
Does God really
exist? Why don’t I see miracles today? Should I believe that Jesus still
cares? Is Jesus the same today as he was 2000 years ago?
Where is the
proof? What’s the
difference between today’s Church and the First Century Church? Are you ready to