Is there still a future for Israel as a nation? Or is Israel's destiny now fulfilled in the Church? In a scholarly, scriptural analysis, Derek Prince deals with these and related issues and points to a glorious future for God's people.
The news reports are unreliable and often biased, much of the Church is asleep. Only the prophetic Scriptures uncover the real issues.
The name Israel occurs more than 2,500 times in the Bible. In this comprehensive series, Derek Prince paints a clear picture of God's dealings with Israel - and instruction on how to pray for Israel.
God will judge both individuals and nations by their response to the current re-gathering of Israel, and He leaves no room for indifference.
Israel's identity is distinct from that of the Church, but the destiny of both is based on God's sovereign choice.
Without the Jews, we would have no patriarchs, no prophets, no apostles, no Bible and no Saviour! In this booklet, Derek Prince shares the unique role played by the Jewish people in God's plans for salvation of the world.
It is important for the Christian to know why Israel is mentioned so often in the Old and New Testaments. We cannot fully understand the Bible until we understand its significance.
By 400 A.D. the Church had propagated three false interpretations of Scripture which incited 16 centuries of vicious anti-Semitism. One outcome was the holocaust, but the end is not yet!
God has established firm covenants with both Israel and the church. The only reliable source of light upon the situation in the Middle East is provided by God's prophetic Word.
In this accessible, behind-the-scenes guide, internationally renowned teacher and scholar, Derek Prince, goes beyond the headlines and immerses you in what the Bible has to say about Israel.
Regathered Israel is God's banner to the nations, warning that the present age is near its end. How should we respond?
Most Jewish people don't have any real knowledge of the writings of their own prophets. Derek Prince will help you understand the message of the prophets contained in the Scriptures.
The words Israel and Israelite occur more than 2,500 times in the Bible. What makes them so important?
As Christians, we need to acknowledge our unfathomable debt to Israel and to always pray on the basis of that total indebtedness. The identification of Jesus with the Jewish people was not just for the few years of His earthy life and ministry. It is eternal.