Israel, the Church, and the Last Days

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Destiny Image Publishers, 2003 - Religion - 269 pages
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As the last days approach, Dan Juster and Keith Intrater present an optimistic view for believers around the world. A restoration of the Body of Christ is beginning to take place as the church asserts her unity, power, gifts and begins to establish the five fold ministry as found in the example of the first century church. What is the key element for the Church in these last days as she asserts her power? Establishing a saved remnant of Israel. How does one help establish a saved remnant, especially a saved Jewish remnant?
 

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This was an awesome book. For the first time I feel like I really understand the 'end-times'. This is a book I would want to reread. Read full review

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Contents

An Introduction to EndTimes Prophecy
13
The Gospel of the Kingdom and the Last Days
35
Restoration of the Church and the Jewish Remnant
71
The Second Coming and Revival
105
Last Days Tribulation
139
The Millennium
163
Rebuilding the Temple
203
The Book of Revelation and the Exodus
227
The Feast the Last Days and the Millennial Age
251
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About the author (2003)

DAN JUSTER serves as overseer of several congregations in the USA and abroad. He also serves as Chairman of the Board and faculty member of Messiah Biblical Institute. He has served as minister of the Messianic Jewish movement since 1972.

KEITH INTRATER holds degrees from Harvard University, Baltimore Hebrew College, and Messiah Biblical Institute. He is the author of Covenant Relationships and From Iraq to Armageddon. Keith and his family reside in Israel.

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