Elijah Legacy

Elijah Legacy

by David Davis
     
 

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The living legacy of Elijah is a restored altar of "living stones" (JewsGentiles who worship Jesus in one body). His legacy releases the rain of coming revival. Those who receive Elijah's legacy will be wrapped in the presence of God,this will result in the raising up of the Elisha Generation. In The Elijah Legacy you will learn about: the restoration of the prophetic

Overview

The living legacy of Elijah is a restored altar of "living stones" (JewsGentiles who worship Jesus in one body). His legacy releases the rain of coming revival. Those who receive Elijah's legacy will be wrapped in the presence of God,this will result in the raising up of the Elisha Generation. In The Elijah Legacy you will learn about: the restoration of the prophetic, the Elisha Generation, the forerunner-finisher anointing, the double portion, confronting the Jezebel spirit, the risefall of Islam, the end-time harvest.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781458796356
Publisher:
ReadHowYouWant
Publication date:
01/01/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

A Doctorate in Philosophy, an esteemed university professor in NY and actor alongside of men like Anthony Hopkins, David Davis' life took a dramatic turn when he accepted Jesus Christ as his savior.

David is ordained with World Challenge International Ministers Fellowship, founded by David Wilkerson, who began the Teen Challenge model of drug rehabilitation. He is the author of the book, The Road to Carmel, which chronicles his journey from the world of show business on Broadway to the mountains of Israel. His recent book, The Elijah Legacy, deals with Israel, Islam and the Church in the last days.

David Davis is the Senior Pastor of Kehilat HaCarmel (Carmel Assembly) on Mount Carmel, Israel, where his wife Karen leads praise and worship. The Davises are also the founders of House of Victory rehabilitation center in Haifa. The vision for both of these ministries is Jews and Arabs joined together as the "one new man" of Ephesians 2:15.

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