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The New Covenant Prophecy: A Supernatural Jewish Journey of Faith from the Old to New Covenant

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2014

    Another prophcy

    Borouw is in sorrow, Maykit in Fear, all i see here, is the shining of stars. Waiting or borrowing, dreaming or raiding, crying or stealing, they have what it takes. Blueheart, dead or not, is special. Truly, you see, it is she and a few others. Icemist unknown, Thistlestar is just a rumor, NorthFire Rose feared and should be, Bourow is the key, Venomfang and Dragonsky were Venompaw and Dragonpaw, Venomfang up to no good, Maykit will be in sorrow, and the leaders to assemble, the moon is blood red and drips, as the Revolution revolts, BloodClan retreats, and Ethreal runs from Thistlestar's mighty weapon, a crazed leader with glowing and fiery eyes. The warriors in ThornClan will crush the others, elites falling from the sky... Burning Cinder still has a chance if she comes quickly enough, WaterClan and EmberClan and EclipseClan and DayClan must help this battle, evil will be crushed and balance restored. That is, is Thistlestar lives...

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  • Posted December 27, 2012

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    The Good News of Yeshua - Jesus the Messiah

    In his book “The New Covenant Prophecy” Grant Berry records the story of his supernatural journey of faith from the old covenant to the new covenant. He draws from his own personal experience and from the depth of his study in the scriptures. This is a book for anyone seeking answers in their own journey of faith. Berry’s study reveals God’s purpose for Jewish peoples, the nation Israel, and for Jewish Christians. Grant himself is a Jewish believer in Yeshua, Jesus the Messiah. He provides the reader with a deeper understanding of the New Covenant, and the good news of the gospel from a Messianic perspective. I enjoyed Grant’s writing style; as a gifted communicator he establishes a conversational approach establishing a comfortable warm sense of sharing individually from his inner heart; challenging and inspiring the reader. Berry writes with authenticity and spiritual sensitivity. His story is engaging, well balanced with scripture and personal observation – a compelling narrative. “The New Covenant Prophecy” invites the reader to move from observing a religious experience of ritual or ceremony to a quest to know the truth and to find an intimacy with God through the good news of Yeshua – Jesus the Messiah. A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes the opinions expressed are my own.

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