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The story of Christ like you've never heard it before. Told through the eyes of the two thieves on the cross and the spiritual warfare hidden from mortal men. It starts with the temptation in the desert by Satan and ends with Christ's descent into Hades, his resurrection and his ascension. 

In between, we see Jesus' ministry in the context of the biblical motif of Christ taking back the inheritance of the nations from the rebellious Sons of God. The demons that rose up in that day were not random but were the spirits of the dead Nephilim, and part of a comprehensive battle strategy between Christ and the Powers. When it comes to spiritual warfare, Jesus was no pacifist. 

Jesus Triumphant explains why most people misunderstood the deliverer to be a worldly warrior king instead of the suffering servant he was. He was a warrior, but it was a war they could not see with mortal eyes. In Jesus Triumphant, we now see it.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 

©2015 Brian Godawa (P)2015 Brian Godawa

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A Must Read for All Christians

What did you love best about Jesus Triumphant?

It is a dramatic version of the greatest story ever told!

What other book might you compare Jesus Triumphant to and why?

Similar to the Third Heaven Series, Birth of a God, also a great book.

Have you listened to any of Brian Godawa’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

ALL OF THEM. They are all TERRIFIC!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Not sure.

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As a researcher of biblical texts and a fiction author, I could hardly wait for each of these books in the nephilim series. The story is not fiction, only some portions left out of history and scripture were added to connect the dots. His depiction of the war of the seed is a vital topic for all Christians to understand. This story starts in the third Chapter of Genesis, with the first prophecy we see coming from the mouth of God when he promises to put enmity between the seed of the serpent and the seed of the woman. The bible as we know it today will not make much sense (when linking all books together as a complete picture), unless you understand how that very prophecy unfolds through the passage of almost six thousand years. Most Western Christians are sadly ignorant about the war of the seed and most historical accounts that support the bible as we know it today. Brian Godawa brings the scriptures to life. His books are not just fiction but a great way to help others understand just how far Yeshua would go to save his own creation from destruction. I cannot wait for other books in this series!

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Great Book

Exciting conclusion to an amazing series of books. The authors ability to weave fiction and Biblical fact into a plausible story is a gift. Highly recommend this book. On a side note reading these in order really helps.

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I loved it!

Brian Godawa is gifted and God has blessed him with the art of storytelling, thanks to his imagination and also his colleagues. I've finished all eight books of this series and was disappointed in none of them. His books are great for believers and unbelievers alike. I'll be listening to the Chronicles of the Nephilim again!

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fantastic series conclusion

I am very grateful that I just covered the series and read all 8 books. the books are educational, entertaining, and very well written and narrated. if you're looking for a combination of biblical references and Imagination which means an open mind I recommend this series to you.

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I loved it!

I feel like the Mary magdiline part was misconstrued and doesn't match the written Word.

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Creative yet strict & not changing bible scripture

A great creative story as far as what could have happen I'm between scriptures. Story line keeps you on the tip of your seat wondering what's next and wanting to dig into your bible afterwards to research and explore God's Word in a new light. Well done.

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  • 12-11-15

amazing truths!!!

The things written in this book arenot even spoken nor preached in any churches ,amazing truths and great performance from the beloved author unveiling things that are being kept in the fog and in the dark by the authorities and by the principalities that are even within the church system, unfortunately, but there are few awesome resources for those that are seeking truth. ;and the truth will set us free. God bless Brian G.for his heart and hard work to bring all these truths on the table!:):)Oh Yeah! !

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Excellent Story

I really loved the story and how all of the previous books in the series tied in. I found that this was an emotional experience that brought both joy and tears while listening. I really look forward to the next series.

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  • kariuki
  • 03-23-17

fantastic

loved the narration and very thought provoking as to make one reach back into the bible