New Covenant Prophecy The Pb Paperback
A Supernatural Jewish Journey of Faith from the Old to New Covenant
by Grant Berry;
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New Covenant Prophecy The Pb
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The New Covenant Prophecy tells the very personal, real-life story of a Jewish believer who believes that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Jewish Messiah. His fascinating background includes being born in London into a wealthy Jewish family, parental divorce, anti-Semitism and a supernatural spiritual experience when a Voice told him that he was loved and would be used to minister to God’s people.
Jews, Messianic Jews, Christians and nonbelievers alike will be enthralled with the intriguing details of his life in England and the United States – not only what was going on spiritually but also his keen mind for business-building and entrepreneurship.
Written from a Messianic perspective, the author shares his spiritual discoveries in sensitive yet exciting ways that reveal the Good News of Yeshua so Jewish people can better understand the New Covenant – and Gentile believers can better understand the Church’s reconnection to Israel in the last days.
New Covenant Prophecy The Pb by Grant Berry was published by Destiny Image in October 2012 and is our 5084th best seller. The ISBN for New Covenant Prophecy The Pb is 9780768402940.
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|Page last updated||2nd July 2014|
|Author / Artist||Grant Berry|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Destiny Image (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||256|