The Woman and the Dragon: Israel the Holy Nation Trampled Upon

The Woman and the Dragon: Israel the Holy Nation Trampled Upon

by Kimberly Jackson

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The Woman and the Dragon: Israel the Holy Nation Trampled Upon by Kimberly Jackson

He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” Psalms 91:1-2

The True Interpretation of Revelation 12 Decoded Like Never Before!


As persecution and terrorism intensify in the earth, the woman and the dragon in Revelation 12 carry a great significance in our 21st century modern day world. Who are they? What message is God conveying through them? Where does Israel, the Church, America and surrounding countries fit in all of this? As you read page after page, you will become enlightened to the true meaning behind Revelation 12 as has never been told before and how it relates to our day and time.

This eye-opener book also discusses:

• The antichrist spirit in the earth
• Persecution: plight of Israel and the Church
• The Christian’s role in a world of loose morals
• God’s divine order for kingdom establishment in the earth and more.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151317481
Publisher: Kingdom Sound Publishers
Publication date: 03/23/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Kimberly Jackson is a kingdom inspirational author known for her raw and straight to the point messages. She has authored several Christian titles in the area of Christian Living, Poetry, Christian Education, and Prophecy.

Upon renewing her vows back to God in 1995, the miracle of a hidden talent, “the Writer’s Pen,” manifested in her life and is now blossoming, filling dark empty places with life changing, kingdom sound messages of blessedness, salvation, healing, hope and deliverance.

She completed her studies in Theology at Life Christian University, Lithonia, GA. She completed teacher’s training program at L.I.F.E. Institute in Lithonia. She is founder of Kingdom Sound Publishers.

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ReginaClarinda More than 1 year ago
The Woman and the Dragon was an interesting read that captured my attention. I loved how the author added an introduction to explain why the book was written. The introduction proves that God loves us all no matter what we look like or where we are from. I think I liked the opening message because it represented the author well and helped me to know that this book would be well worth my time. The author proceeds to break down Bible verses throughout the chapters and tries to deciper their meanings. I didn’t really understand the meaning of the title of the book until I read further throughout the chapters. The author breaks down dragon as meaning the enemies or as being wicked. I felt that this brought significant meaning to the book and I saw a woman trying to fight against evil for what she believed in. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Reading The Woman and The Dragon was an eye-opening experience for me. I consider myself to be a Christian, but I don’t read a lot of scripture or know it very well. Throughout this book, the author takes some significant scriptures and interprets them. The author refers to dragons as the evil people in the world and states that many of them are falsely dressed as having a great character. I loved how the author brought in her own personal touches and let the reader in on her dreams. The author tells about dreams in which she sees things and then interprets the messages of what God means by them. “God is undoubtedly in control of anything that goes on around us” is probably one of the best messages that she has interpreted from one of her dreams. Overall I loved this book and learned a lot from it. I would recommend it to anyone honestly!