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Intercessors, students of prophecy, and Christians who love Israel will want to read Promised Land to take a closer look at God's plan, unfolding through human history and culminating with the advent of His glorious kingdom on earth. Intercessors, students of prophecy, and Christians who love Israel will want to read Promised Land to take a closer look at God's plan, unfolding through human history and culminating with the advent of His glorious kingdom on earth.


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Intercessors, students of prophecy, and Christians who love Israel will want to read Promised Land to take a closer look at God's plan, unfolding through human history and culminating with the advent of His glorious kingdom on earth. Intercessors, students of prophecy, and Christians who love Israel will want to read Promised Land to take a closer look at God's plan, unfolding through human history and culminating with the advent of His glorious kingdom on earth.

39 review for Promised Land: The Future of Israel Revealed in Prophecy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Garima

    Note: This is a pro-Israel book. When I picked this book up, I didn't realize that it was mainly about religion, specifically Christianity. I just thought it was going to be about the Israel-Palestine conflict, and that's my fault for not reading the back of the book before I picked it up (or the complete title). That being said, I didn't think it was bad. If you are interested in reading about the Israel-Palestine conflict, there are a couple of chapters dealing with its history and such, contain Note: This is a pro-Israel book. When I picked this book up, I didn't realize that it was mainly about religion, specifically Christianity. I just thought it was going to be about the Israel-Palestine conflict, and that's my fault for not reading the back of the book before I picked it up (or the complete title). That being said, I didn't think it was bad. If you are interested in reading about the Israel-Palestine conflict, there are a couple of chapters dealing with its history and such, containing a lot of good information. After reading this book and doing some research of my own, I feel like I have a much better grasp on what's going on over there. The majority of this book, however, is about Bible prophecies and predictions about what will happen in Israel and Palestine based on God's word. I am not a Christian, and I have never read the Bible, so there were times where I was a bit confused. Again, there was some interesting information, but I found some of these chapters to be a bit redundant. I felt the same point was being made over and over again, just using different passages in the Bible to back it up each time. I found myself skimming through some of these chapters. If you're interested in the idea of the Bible prophesizing the fate of Israel and Palestine (and it is an interesting topic), you'll probably enjoy this book. If you're just looking for the history and a better understanding of the Israel-Palestine conflict, there are better books out there.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Thomas

    Books and authors is a funny size. My preferred author, over a longer period is: Derek Prince, I've been around a lot of other very talented writers, over a longer period. and then I came back to Derek Prince, and frankly it's like coming back home, after having been on a long and life-transforming journey. I do not think that I have read a book so quickly, it occurred to me so natural to read/consume in big juicy chunks, in such a short time. It was as if I constantly knew what he would write, thr Books and authors is a funny size. My preferred author, over a longer period is: Derek Prince, I've been around a lot of other very talented writers, over a longer period. and then I came back to Derek Prince, and frankly it's like coming back home, after having been on a long and life-transforming journey. I do not think that I have read a book so quickly, it occurred to me so natural to read/consume in big juicy chunks, in such a short time. It was as if I constantly knew what he would write, three or four lines further down the page. And boom it was over. Cool experience. :-) This book: The Promised Land. is really worth reading. Not so much chitchat, but right to the core. Derek. Hits again nail on the head. With his knowledge and understanding impati.

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