"Let Israel hope in the Lord…"   
Psalm 130:7             

Our goal is to lovingly present the Gospel to anyone who God brings to us… to the Jew first and also to the Gentile.                                   (Romans 1:16)
 




Daniel, the Key to Prophetic Revelation Every Prophecy of The Bible

The Popular Encyclopedia of Bible Prophecy

What’s Next? God, Israel and the Future of Iraq

How Jewish Is Christianity?

Dictionary of Premillennial Theology



 

 

 

 

Prophecy in the New Millennium:
A Fresh Look at Future Events

Dr. John  F. Walvoord

The first new prophecy book in several years from the biblical scholar who has defined contemporary eschatology for an entire generation. Walvoord looks at what may occur -- and what remains unfulfilled -- as we enter a new millennium.

Daniel, the Key to Prophetic Revelation

Dr. John  F. Walvoord

The Book of Daniel is the key to forming a good strong literal understanding of The Bible. Chapter 9-The Timeline To The Messiah is the cornerstone to proper literal Biblical interpretation. This commentary is a 'must have' for the serious Bible student, or those who teach and serve in their local church. Regardless, this purchase will never be left unused too often.

   

Every Prophecy of The Bible

Dr. John  F. Walvoord

Arranged in order of The Bible itself, every major prophecy is described beginning in Genesis and through to the end of Revelation. This is an excellent study and reference tool for the serious student of Bible prophecy, or the novice looking to broaden their knowledge of Biblical eschatology.

The Popular Encyclopedia of Bible Prophecy

Tim LaHaye & Ed Hindson

Confused by "the maze of Bible prophecy?" We encourage you to consider this book. With sound editorial supervision from two experts in the area of eschatology, you need not be confused any longer. Pair this volume with a previous I-Hope offered book: "The Dictionary of Premillennial Theology", edited by Mal Couch, and you will have a solid beginning in your library to answer any question to understand The Prophetic Scriptures, which is from a dispensational position.

What’s Next? God, Israel and the Future of Iraq

Charles H. Dyer

In What’s Next? God, Israel and the Future of Iraq, Charles H. Dyer reveals many insights about the situation in the Middle East. He begins with a discussion of the importance of historical events and the cultural differences between the Western world and the Muslim world. Using stories from his extensive travels through the Holy Land, Dr. Dyer presents the life and views of average citizens of different faiths in a battle between extremist terrorist organizations, the Israelis, and those who support either side. He devotes a chapter to the perception that American evangelicals have of Israel and recommends a a course of action for Christians to follow in regards to both Israelis and Arabs. Throughout the book, the author relates events of today to the Bible and later, gives an overview of the events to come in the Holy Land, based on Biblical prophesy. What’s Next? ends with a call to accept Jesus to non-believers and a message of encouragement to those who already have a relationship with Christ.

How Jewish Is Christianity?
2 Views on the Messianic Movement

Various authors

How Jewish Is Christianity? 2 Views on the Messianic Movement
Diverse perspectives about the messianic movement— from six contributors

Are Messianic congregations necessary or should Jewish believers be incorporated into the Gentile church? This is the topic of the latest volume in the Counterpoints series. The question of how Christian Jews relate their Jewish practices and customs to the church has been an issue within Christianity since the first century. Contemporary contributors who have lived and wrestled with this issue present informed arguments and counter-arguments. The book concludes with a chapter on the future for Messianic Jews and a directory of messianic movement organizations.
 

Dictionary of Premillennial Theology

Dr. Mal Couch

Dictionary of Premillennial Theology
Not all premillennialists are dispensationalists, but all dispensationalists are premillennialists. Both schools of thought matured together through the nineteenth century, and this union of a theological system and prophetic viewpoint brought about a new understanding of the Scriptures that is unparalleled in the past two centuries of Christianity.
 
 

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