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The Twelve Tribes : And the Power of the Seven Churches
by Gavriel Adir Israel




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The Man Who Liberates Israel

The nation of Israel is captive, enslaved by many powerful kingdoms. Now, Esau has taken hold of the earth, controlling the fate of many. But there is still hope: in every captivity, the Most High elects a special man to lead his people. When Chenzira hears God's call, he can't believe that he has been chosen. Destiny awaits him, and under the name Ariel, he will rise up to save his people from the hands of their oppressors. He must travel far and wide to assemble the sons of Jacob, and in this overwhelming task, he will find invaluable support from Raanan, an architect, and Barak, an expert combat military officer. Together, they seek to form an army-but will they be able to stand against the wrath of Esau to fulfill God's command?

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Overview

The Man Who Liberates Israel

The nation of Israel is captive, enslaved by many powerful kingdoms. Now, Esau has taken hold of the earth, controlling the fate of many. But there is still hope: in every captivity, the Most High elects a special man to lead his people. When Chenzira hears God's call, he can't believe that he has been chosen. Destiny awaits him, and under the name Ariel, he will rise up to save his people from the hands of their oppressors. He must travel far and wide to assemble the sons of Jacob, and in this overwhelming task, he will find invaluable support from Raanan, an architect, and Barak, an expert combat military officer. Together, they seek to form an army-but will they be able to stand against the wrath of Esau to fulfill God's command?


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781478789413
  • ISBN-10: 1478789417
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press
  • Publish Date: November 2018
  • Page Count: 136
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.32 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.46 pounds


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