IN HEAVEN THERE IS WAR: Key Studies in Biblical Truth

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AuthorHouse, Dec 18, 2006 - Religion - 244 pages

An astonishing realization is evident today in the Christian world: “Jesus Christ” was raised in an observant Jewish family where the Torah (Law) was the way of life. Yeshua of Nazareth was not a Gentile trying to teach against the Torah that was given to the Israelites through Moses. Western Christianity is starting to understand the culture of the Bible both the land and the language.


The issues that Yeshua and the Pharisees debated are coming into the light in the Western Christian Churches; His most important instructions were never really understood until now. As Students of God’s Word we reach back and strive to understand the teachings of the New Testament through a Jewish Rabbi, Yeshua Messiah.


The Scripturally backed studies in this book will guide the Student of God’s Word to a level of understanding that most of the Gentile Christian world is starving for. These studies cover key truths for the true Student of God’s Word.


•     Did Yeshua teach us to pray to him?

•     What does our Heavenly Father really want?

•     The War in Heaven and how to ready yourself.

•     Is it, “thy Kingdom come” or “Thy Kingdom go”? and when will Jesus Rapture us away?

•     Does the Law of Moses remain in force today?


Fulfilling the Torah, Yeshua the Messiah has saved this World. Wisdom comes from our Heavenly Father, by reading and studying His Word diligently that wisdom can be obtained. This book is designed to help the beginner in Christianity and to encourage those seeking the meaning of life to find that wisdom in the simplicity of God’s beautiful Word. All royalties from this book go to the non-profit origination “The Rain”.



Chapter One Working In The Strongs
Chapter Four What Does Yehovah Want?
Chapter Seven Taxes Should We Pay Them?
Chapter Ten Who Put Our Lord On The Cross
Chapter Thirteen Three Harvest Festivals
Chapter Fifteen Rapture Theory
Chapter Seventeen When Does Life Begin?
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