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Titus, Trump and the Triumph of Israel; The Power of Faith Based Diplomacy$14.95
Titus, Trump and the Triumph of Israel; The Power of Faith Based Diplomacy
We are living in mysterious yet miraculous times. On the one hand, we have witnessed the most remarkable fulfillment of Biblical prophecy: the Jewish people’s return to Israel and the prosperity and contributions of this tiny country in such a short time. On the other hand, we have seen an unexpected rise in anti-Semitism which takes the form of anti-Zionism and alliances between groups that are fighting against the most fundamental biblical values. The division in worldviews has become starker than ever. In this book, Josh Reinstein, who through his initiative of faith-based diplomacy is at the center of this tension, takes a unique approach to explaining what lies behind the recent wave of support for Israel and the counter force. He answers important questions to clarify what drives the political actions that we witness today and what path should be taken moving forward.
Uncompromised: Moving the Worship Movement Into the Fullness of it’s Future$12.99
Uncompromised: Moving the Worship Movement Into the Fullness of it’s Future
Never before in church history has there been such a massive and exponential growth of worship. At the same time, for many believers today, worship has been diluted to a genre and an industry of music. More than ever, we need clear, prophetic voices that provoke the Church to deeper relationship with Christ and call us back to priesthood. This book explores the important and often overlooked foundations that must uphold the modern worship movement, including presence over performance, discipleship, Biblical truths and theologies, and embracing the prophetic spirit. Uncompromised is a must-read for anyone who desires is shake off the shackles of performance and longs to be the worshipper that pursues His presence above all else.
Your People Shall Be My People$7.99
Your People Shall Be My People
“Your people shall be my people, and your God, my God” (Ruth 1:16). Like Ruth in the Old Testament, every Gentile believer has come out of the land of famine and into the spiritual realm of abundance in the name of Jesus. But unlike Ruth, we have turned our backs on the Jewish people, the relatives of the Messiah. We need to confess personally and corporately on behalf of the Church for centuries of persecution of the Jewish people, looking in these days for every opportunity to bless and not curse them.
Once again, Israel and her people are center stage at a crucial moment in world history, and this book shows why the Church must effect reconciliation and why our prayers are vital in this hour. If we will make the same covenant pledge to Israel that Ruth made to Naomi, the Church will never be the same!