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    100 Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus

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    100 Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus

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    100 Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus: Jesus fulfilled more than 100 prophecies that were foretold 400-1500 years before he was born concerning his birth, life, ministry, death, and resurrection.
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    A Lawyer’s Case for God (soft cover)

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    A Lawyer’s Case for God (soft cover)

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    A Lawyer's Case for God offers insight into vital issues about faith, life, and the afterlife. Examines questions including: -Is there evidence that God exists? -Is there evidence the Bible is true? -I am a good person isn t that all that matters? -Is the Bible outdated? -If there is a God, why is there so much suffering in the world? Discusses historical events the Bible accurately predicted. Examines scientific facts recorded in the Bible centuries before scientists discovered them. Analyzes archaeological evidence that confirms the history recorded in the Bible
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    Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus: New Testament Objections (Vol. 4)

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    Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus: New Testament Objections (Vol. 4)

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    A Jewish person has different objections to Jesus than an atheist, yet most apologetics books are geared toward conversing with non-religious people about the gospel. Michael L. Brown, a Jewish believer in Jesus, has been writing popular books on talking with Jews about the Messiah for years. Now he takes those discussions even further with this newest volume of Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus. It focuses on the New Testament and traditional Jewish objections to Jesus, giving believers the important background information they need when discussing matters of faith with people who share many of their beliefs. This book is the perfect starting point for gentile and Jewish Christians who wish to speak intelligently with their Jewish friends or family.
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    Blessing the King of the Universe (softcover)

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    Blessing the King of the Universe (softcover)

    When most people think about blessings, they think about what kind of blessings they can get--a new car, a kinder spouse, a better job, a healthier body. God does wants His children to have all kinds of blessings, but sometimes the blessings start coming to us when we start blessing God first. But how do we bless God? In this groundbreaking book, insights into the ancient biblical practice of blessing God are offered clearly and practically. Once someone understands this concept, it transforms his or her life. A new appreciation of nature starts. An awareness of the presence of God in even the most mundane aspects of one’s life elevates a person’s existence and provides great joy. Life just gets better and better.
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    Divine Reversal (softcover)

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    Divine Reversal (softcover)

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    As a Jewish teacher, Jesus doesn't separate matters of theology from practice. His teaching is consistently practical, ethical, and applicable to real life, even two thousand years after it was originally given.
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    El Corazon del Apostle (The Heart of the Apostle -Spanish, softcover)

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    El Corazon del Apostle (The Heart of the Apostle -Spanish, softcover)

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    "Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they may be saved" (Romans 10:1). Why a commentary on only three chapters of the book of Romans, and what is so important about this part of the scripture? The Heart of the Apostle shows that Romans 9 through 11 may be the most important chapters in all scripture for understanding the heart of Paul, the apostle to the gentiles, as it pertained to Israel, his "brethren according to the flesh." By Dr. Richard E. Freeman, Vice President of Church Ministries and Conferences for Chosen People Ministries.
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    Fire on the Mountain (softcover)

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    Fire on the Mountain (softcover)

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    The term "revival" is often used to describe a person or congregation turning to God. Is this something that "just happens," or is it something that can be brought about by believers? Dr. Louis Goldberg, author and former professor of Theology and Jewish Studies and Moody Bible Institute, has made an excellent examination of real revivals that took place in Bible times. Because of his wealth of understanding of ancient Hebrew and Israeli history, Dr. Goldberg's book will help anyone who wants to renew their relationship with God. 268 pages.
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    From Bondage to Freedom (soft cover)

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    From Bondage to Freedom (soft cover)

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    From Bondage to Freedom is a fascinating look at the Intertestamental period, the 400 years that took place between the close of the Old Testament and the beginning of the New Testament. This time is frequently referred to as “the 400 silent years,” an unfortunate name, for Daniel, Isaiah, and Jeremiah all prophesied about the period, and we have a written record of how God preserved His people during this time and prepared the world for the coming of the promised Messiah. From Bondage to Freedom is a fascinating look at a remarkable period in Israel’s history and provides us with a framework for understanding the relationship of the Old Testament to the New. This book explores the three subdivisions of Jewish history: the era of promise - from Abraham to David; the era of failure - from David to the Babylonian exile; and the preparation for the Messiah - from the exile to the Messiah.
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    God’s Man in Babylon (softcover)

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    God’s Man in Babylon (softcover)

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    A unique Jewish perspective that sheds new light on the events of Revelation, from Israel to Messianic prophecy. In a clear readable format, Harold Sevener, the past president of Chosen People Ministries, explains how the Book of Daniel applies to our situation today and tomorrow in God’s Man in Babylon: The Visions and Prophecies of Daniel.
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    Guns and Moses (softcover)

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    Guns and Moses (softcover)

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    Jeff Seif draws on his experience as a police officer and theologian to walk readers through the Law of Moses, the biblical foundation of our Judeo-Christian culture. He describes God's specific instructions on how to use power to secure justice for all and protection for the weak. Anyone wielding any measure of power and influence-parents, professionals, police, presidents, pastors-can benefit from exposure to the writings of Moses, especially since familiarity with God's precepts guides biblically minded people to the godly use of power in times of war and peace.
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    Hebrews Through A Hebrew’s Eyes (softcover)

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    Hebrews Through A Hebrew’s Eyes (softcover)

    Written to Messianic Jews in the first century, the Book of Hebrews, understood properly through Jewish eyes, edifies and encourages all. This epistle is one of the outstanding theological treatises in the New Testament. This book teaches the message of this important letter in a fresh, new way. Dr. Stuart Sacks, himself a Messianic Jew, offers insights into Hebrews that only a Jewish believer in Yeshua can give. 119 pages
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    In Search of the Silver Lining (softcover)

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    In Search of the Silver Lining (softcover)

    Answers to the problem of pain and tragedy often elude the people of God. In this sensitive book, this editor at Focus on the Family attempts to answer one of life's toughest questions, but not in the usual way. He says that the real importance of suffering does not lie merely within the individual's ability to analyze his condition and solve his problems. He claims that suffering is God's way of building a close-knit, interdependent community. That community should be the primary way to deal with individual suffering. For those going through difficult circumstances, this book offers a hopeful, scriptural approach that can help you through the storms of life. Foreword by Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
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