I read "Psalm 83" and found it difficult to stop reading once I started. If there's one thing I hate about Bill Salus' writings--and it's the only thing I hate about them--is that it isn't easy to take myself away from them. He's like Dave Hunt all over again, and adding details that weren't around when Dave was writing.
I recently saw Bill Salus on Sid Roth's TV talk show and I was cheering him on from my chair at home. I have felt the same watching him being interviewed by Gary Stearman and also by Jonathan Bernis both worth Googling.
I bought Bill's "Isralestine" soon after it first came out and felt the same about that. Since it was first published, we only have to look at what he saw coming before it happened--such as the terrible nightmare the media ridiculously calls the Arab Spring.
Bill Salus was right. The media were blatantly wrong. Without even attempting to, his writing exposes the Western media as wishful thinkers and wild guessers.
Bill Salus gets it all from Bible prophecy--no "the Lord-told-me" bluffs, no the "I've-had-a-vision nonsense"--but straight from the Word of God. It's all there.
"Psalm 83" goes further than "Isralestine." As I saw much of that come to pass, I now wait expectedly for the rest pointed to in "Psalm 83".
Being asked to rate this book up to five stars, I'd have to give it fifty-five, at least! I have to thank God--and I mean literally--for this man's output and the things I have learnt from him. As with Dave Hunt's books, I wish I had the money to buy them all up and distribute them free. Then I could rest on my laurels knowing that I'd done something useful in my life!
If you've never read Bill Salus, you're missing a great experience. Googling him if you want a taster. He is extremely encouraging to listen to.