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Unlocking the Messianic Prophecies By Marc Rasell
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This short booklet describes the Messianic prophecies and their fulfilment. It was after the fall, when the outlook for Adam and Eve seemed bleak that the first Messianic promise was given (Genesis... More > 3:15). Eve was promised that one her descendants would destroy the serpent (Satan). More details were added over time, how he would smite the wicked and all nations would be blessed through him. He would usher in a reign of peace, happiness and safety when nature will be changed, harmful animals will become tame, and people would live forever. The ultimate goal of the Deliverer is to save the lost and restore the earth to its Edenic state. The Messiah brings the light of salvation and God’s law to the Gentiles. Habakkuk describes his hidden power as glory emanating from the wounds in his side. He is also called the Suffering Servant who is rejected and despised by men, he dies for the people and makes intercession for them (Isaiah 53).< Less
Unlocking the Messianic Prophecies By Marc Rasell
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This short booklet describes the Messianic prophecies and their fulfilment. It was after the fall, when the outlook for Adam and Eve seemed bleak that the first Messianic promise was given (Genesis... More > 3:15). Eve was promised that one her descendants would destroy the serpent (Satan). More details were added over time, how he would smite the wicked and all nations would be blessed through him. He would usher in a reign of peace, happiness and safety when nature will be changed, harmful animals will become tame, and people would live forever. The ultimate goal of the Deliverer is to save the lost and restore the earth to its Edenic state. The Messiah brings the light of salvation and God’s law to the Gentiles. Habakkuk describes his hidden power as glory emanating from the wounds in his side. He is also called the Suffering Servant who is rejected and despised by men, he dies for the people and makes intercession for them (Isaiah 53).< Less
Unlocking the Messianic Prophecies (Hebrew Language Version) By Marc Rasell
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This is a Hebrew language translation of the book, "Unlocking the Messianic Prophecies". The translation uses the Masoretic text for quotations from the Hebrew Bible, and the Bible Society... More > in Israel's translation for quotations from the New Testament. This short booklet describes the Messianic prophecies and their fulfillment. It was after the fall, when the outlook for Adam and Eve seemed bleak that the first Messianic promise was given (Genesis 3:15). Eve was promised that one her descendants would destroy the serpent (Satan). More details were added over time, how he would smite the wicked and all nations would be blessed through him. He would usher in a reign of peace, happiness and safety when nature will be changed, harmful animals will become tame, and people would live forever. He is also called the Suffering Servant who is rejected and despised by men, he dies for the people and makes intercession for them (Isaiah 53).< Less
The Prophecies of Christ By Stephen Huffman
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An introductory review of the Messianic prophecies in the Old Testament and their fulfillment in the New Testament. Made for home Bible Study.
The Prophecies of Christ By Stephen Huffman
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An introductory review of the Messianic prophecies in the Old Testament and their fulfillment in the New Testament. Made for home Bible Study.
Ancient Prophecies Of Christ By Zen Garcia
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Because so much of the world yet remains in the dark with regard to whether Yahushua Christ, was truly God incarnate. I decided to compile this massive collection of myriad little-known... More > extra-Biblical prophecies, to confirm the supernatural life, death, resurrection of Christ. This book will guide the reader through a wealth of lost, forgotten, and forbidden manuscripts, to prove that through the ages into modern times, a conspiracy had been perpetuated by the rulers of darkness and wicked ness in high places to hide the prophetic coming of the Savior Messiah as ordained by Old Testament oracle. That knowledge of His incarnation was foretold even unto Adam and Eve before their expulsion from paradise and recognition of a set time for His entrance into this world, had been passed down through the various prophets and patriarchs born of Adam’s lineage.< Less
A New Look at the Prophecies of Daniel By Steven Ortlepp
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Daniel's Prophecies: The Next Level. Popular singer-songwriter, James Blunt, encourages: "You've got to ask yourself the question: 'Where are you now?'" This one can ask of the human race... More > as a whole. Following a completely different exegetical approach to the prophecies of Daniel, this author attempts to answer this very question. A definition of prophecy is "history written in advance." However, an angel ordered Daniel to seal the book until the end time. Many will rove about and the true knowledge will become abundant. He added that no wicked one will understand, but that the ones having insight, will understand (cf. Dan. 12:4, 9, 10). Wicked ones have no future in God's "new earth", so one ignores these prophecies at your peril (cf. Ps. 37:38; Prov. 2:21, 22; 2 Pet. 3:13). This monograph concentrates on Dan. 11:40-45. The new edition includes a Concise Messianic Timeline and a Quick Reference Guide for quick and easy reference.< Less
A New Look at the Prophecies of Daniel By Steven Ortlepp
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Daniel's Prophecies: The Next Level. Popular singer-songwriter, James Blunt, encourages: "You've got to ask yourself the question: 'Where are you now?'" This one can ask of the human race... More > as a whole. Following a completely different exegetical approach to the prophecies of Daniel, this author attempts to answer this very question. A definition of prophecy is "history written in advance". However, an angel ordered Daniel to seal the book until the end time. Many will rove about and the true knowledge will become abundant. He added that no wicked one will understand, but that the ones having insight, will understand (cf. Dan. 12:4, 9, 10). Wicked ones have no future in God's "new earth", so one ignores these prophecies at your peril (cf. Ps. 37:38; Prov. 2:21, 22; 2 Pet. 3:13). This monograph concentrates on Dan. 11:40-45. The new edition includes a Concise Messianic Timeline and a Quick Reference Guide for quick and easy reference.< Less
A New Look at the Prophecies of Daniel By Steven Ortlepp
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Daniel's Prophecies: The Next Level. Popular singer-songwriter, James Blunt, encourages: "You've got to ask yourself the question: 'Where are you now?'" This one can ask of the human race... More > as a whole. Following a completely different exegetical approach to the prophecies of Daniel, this author attempts to answer this very question. A definition of prophecy is "history written in advance". However, an angel ordered Daniel to seal the book until the end time. Many will rove about and the true knowledge will become abundant. He added that no wicked one will understand, but that the ones having insight, will understand (cf. Dan. 12:4, 9, 10). Wicked ones have no future in God's "new earth", so one ignores these prophecies at your peril (cf. Ps. 37:38; Prov. 2:21, 22; 2 Pet. 3:13). The new edition includes a Concise Messianic Timeline and a Quick Reference Guide for quick and easy reference.< Less
Prophecy and History: In Relation to the Messiah and the Origin of Christianity in the Old Testament (Hardcover) By Alfred Edersheim
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Prophecy and History examines the complex relationship between events prophesied in the Old Testament, and the coming of Jesus Christ as described in the New Testament Gospels. This book is a... More > collection of twelve lectures which the author delivered over the course of several years. Each establishes a scholarly basis for the relationship Christ has with elements of the Old Testament, the Pentateuch, and the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha. The Messianic concept is demonstrated to flow deep within many holy texts, and Jesus is shown to have been anticipated by several prophets who lived centuries before His birth. Authoritative and meticulous in his scholarship, Alfred Edersheim presents his arguments with a multitudinous annotations and frequent references to Biblical Scripture as well as the Talmud. Although his vocabulary tends toward the scholarly, Edersheim weaves a compelling narrative which is both challenging and rewarding for readers.< Less