Don’t just read prophecy. Step into its fulfillment.
The study of prophecy inspires elaborate timelines and speculation about which world leader might rise to power in the last days. But meanwhile, it’s far too easy to miss the significant prophetic signs contained in stories of biblical characters, in God’s creation, and in the lives and actions of today’s Israelis and Palestinians.
The Holy Land Key opens our eyes to little-known aspects of prophecy, including:
For decades, author and pastor Ray Bentley has partnered with God’s people in Israel, including Judea and Samaria, the area known as the West Bank. There, he witnesses the fulfillment of prophecy firsthand. This is your introduction to prophetic signs that God reveals in sometimes unexpected ways. He does not want us to miss the work he is doing to usher in the coming Kingdom.
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This is a true story of a man and his family being used of God to tell the story from the prophets of the Bible,to Columbus, to modem day Israel.
You will learn things you never knew. He backs up everything with scripture and volumes you've never seen in your libraries. You will get so involved, you want put it down till the end. If your like me, you'll want to go back and make notes so you'll remember all the important facts.
Examples: when was the first 4 blood moons on Jewish feast days. Recorded? What was written in Columbus's diary that affected history? And last of all, what poor African country has been helping Israel for years and how has God blessed them? It will give you goosebumps all the way through!
Eye opening. Interesting. Informative
The explanation of the stars and constellations to tell the story of the times!
The book refers to "the church" frequently without identifying any specific branch or belief, which would lead one to believe it involves all Christians as a whole. We're not all Catholic!
I listen to Pastor Bentley on the radio. The book was very exciting, I am researching the information he discussed. I really like the stories about the Mazorath. The voice has more energy on the radio but I guess when you're near reading a book you have to be a little bit more monotone. I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I am on my second listening, this time I'm keeping a journal of notes along the way.
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