Seven Letters Detailing the Prophetic Framework of the Return of Christ

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AuthorHouse, Nov 12, 2002 - Philosophy - 108 pages
First and foremost this book is an experience an inspirational writing which the author shares revealing a Faith and a Hope for the return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It reflects an intensive study in biblical prophecy and a laymans look at the worlds current state. It is comprised of Seven Letters, which details the phenomenon of Israels restoration after almost 2,000 years of nonexistence. The question for the Church is why is it back and also what is the wisdom of it from a biblical perspective. We as christians, too easily cast this Israel aside failing to take in the new wine that God is pouring out of His Spirit. As a result, the book concentrates itself on the error of this oversight in these modern times. An error that will bring the victorious Lord to be the redemptive Messiah at last for Israel . . . His chosen nation. After the Church is taken up in the rapture for those who do believe. Remember there is a church that Jesus say " I never knew you" and is left behind to prove their faith and allegiance to Him and Him only. It is all in the scriptures and the book is dedicated to bringing these ancient words from the past to show the power of God in declaring the future to his glory!

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This book is a paving stone in the pool of religious and spiritual opportunists. A setting right of the clock, a powerful reminder that the only problem on Earth is selfishness and humanity's lack of ... Read full review

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Gregory A. Booker, has studied eschatology for over 20 years and has received a certificate of ordination from Ministerial Seminary of America (MSA). Has also authored Inspired writings of a Prophet for Jesus the Chirst" . Currently ministers the prophetic word in the city of El Paso TX through his Back to Basics Gospel Ministry. Blessed with wife Dilma and 4 children.

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