PSALM 83, The Missing Prophecy Revealed - How Israel Becomes the Next Mideast Superpower [NOOK Book]

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An ancient prophecy written over 3000 years ago reveals that the Arab states and terrorist populations, which presently share common borders with Israel, will soon confederate in order to wipe Israel off of the map. These enemies of Israel are depicted on the red arrows upon the book cover image, and their mandate is clear: They have said, "Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, That the name of Israel may be remembered no more." (Psalm 83:4). Psalm 83 predicts a climactic, concluding Arab-Israeli war...
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PSALM 83, The Missing Prophecy Revealed - How Israel Becomes the Next Mideast Superpower

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Overview

An ancient prophecy written over 3000 years ago reveals that the Arab states and terrorist populations, which presently share common borders with Israel, will soon confederate in order to wipe Israel off of the map. These enemies of Israel are depicted on the red arrows upon the book cover image, and their mandate is clear: They have said, "Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, That the name of Israel may be remembered no more." (Psalm 83:4). Psalm 83 predicts a climactic, concluding Arab-Israeli war that has eluded the discernment of today's top Bible scholars, and yet, the Middle East stage appears to be set for the fulfillment of this prophecy. While many of today's top Bible experts are predicting that Russia, Iran, Turkey, Libya, and several other countries are going to invade Israel according to the prophecy in Ezekiel 38, this timely book explains how Psalm 83 occurs prior. Discover how Israel defeats their ancient Arab enemies, and why Americans need to stand beside Israel in this coming war! This book is an updated version of Isralestine, The Ancient Blueprints of the Future Middle East, which was written by the same author. This updated version includes over 17 new chapters and appendices.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016197807
  • Publisher: Prophecy Depot Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 365
  • Sales rank: 87,342
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Bill Salus is the author of "Revelation Road, Hope Beyond the Horizon," and "Isralestine, The Ancient Blueprints of the Future Middle East." Bill is an expert at explaining the prophetic relevance of current Middle East and world events, and his freelance articles have been featured on World Net Daily, magazines, and extensively over the World Wide Web. Readers appreciate his unique insights, and sensible, rather than sensational approach to understanding the Bible. He allows prophecy to speak for itself, rather than modernizing it into newspaper exegesis.

In addition to being an author and a lecturer, Bill is also the radio host of the popular Prophecy Update Radio Program featured at KWBB 105.5 LPFM. Bill interviews the highly respected prophecy experts and discusses with them today's most important end time's topics. In addition to hosting his radio program Bill is frequently interviewed on other radio programs, and has appeared on television shows like Christ in Prophecy, hosted by Dr. David Reagan founder of Lamb and Lion Ministries, and Jewish Voice, hosted by Jonathan Bernis.

Shortly after becoming a Christian in 1992, writing became a daily discipline for Bill. He began with devotional pieces, but soon realized that he was prophetically inclined. After the events of September 11, 2001, along with the encouragement of Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum the founder of Ariel Ministries, Bill embarked upon a tireless path of discerning prophecies that apply today. It has become Bill's personal challenge to demonstrate the love of God through prophecy to each reader. As he composes one page upon another, it becomes clear to the spectator that prophecy is a spectacular gift from a God who cares for the entirety of humanity.

The discovery of prophecy as a gift rather than a threat is what most characterizes Bill's work. People all over the world are learning through his steadfast efforts, that prophecy is not just for the scholarly, but also for every common man, woman, and child. Whether writing, teaching, doing interviews, or speaking in front of large and diverse audiences, Bill guarantees to impart understandable information.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    Thought provoking!

    This book builds a credible case for immenient war in the Middle East. It appears the pieces are in place. A must read!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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