Item description for Joel : the Day of the Lord : A Chronology of Israel's Prophetic History by David M. Levy...
Nations are on a collision course that will culminate at Armageddon. In descriptive terms, Joel presented the destiny of the nations as they relate to Israel in the Day of the Lord.
In this truly exciting commentary on one of the most neglected and misinterpreted books of the Bible, author David Levy, a Hebrew Christian, presents a concise, lucid, nontechnical exposition on such prophetic events as:
-- The Day of the Lord
-- True Repentance
-- The Russian Invasion of Israel
-- The Battle of Armageddon
-- The Second Coming of Christ
-- The Judgment of the Nations
-- The Millennial Kingdom
Not only is this commentary clear and concise, but illustrated chapter outlines and graphic representations of the prophetic events give added insight into the timely and dynamic Book of Joel.
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Studio: Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.38" Width: 5.36" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2006
Publisher FRIENDS OF ISRAEL #1218
ISBN 0915540371 ISBN13 9780915540372
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Reviews - What do customers think about Joel : the Day of the Lord : A Chronology of Israel's Prophetic History?
Great book!!, a must for all serious students Jun 13, 2003
Levy's books are most helpful. They give a good Jewish perspective on the matter. Sometimes it is very stimulating to see the thoughts of a Jewish scholar and how he perceives the matter, particular on the minor prophets - many people cannot fully grasp the meaning and purpose of the prophets. Levy does a great job in capturing the purposes. He has another excellent book that I would recommend called "The Tabernacle: Shadows of the Messiah."