2 edition of New promised land found in the catalog.
New promised land
Robert Douglas Mead
|Statement||Robert Douglas Mead, general editor. Contributors: Michael Davitt Bell, William Osborne, George Forgie.|
|Series||A Mentor book,, MJ 1287|
|Contributions||Bell, Michael Davitt.|
|LC Classifications||E169.1 .M519 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||73089056|
Eventually, they returned to the promised land, but under Israel's kings, faithfulness to God was unsteady. God sent prophets to warn the people to repent, ending with John the Baptist. When Jesus Christ arrived on the scene in Israel, he ushered in a new covenant available to all people, Jews and Gentiles : Jack Zavada. 2 x SIGNED 1st edition printed copies of PROMISED LAND + Your name listed as a special thanks in the book + A character design of your likeness (based on a photo supplied by you) featured somewhere in the book (we will let you know what page you appear on prior to shipping) + Exclusive first-look previews of illustrations as they are finishedLocation: Wellington, NZ.
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The concept of the Promised Land is the central tenet of Zionism, whose discourse suggests that modern Jews descend from the Israelites and Maccabees through whom they inherit the right to re-establish their "national homeland". Palestinians also claim partial descent from the Israelites and Maccabees.
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Spenser is hired by Harvey Shepard to find his runaway wife, Pam Author: Robert B. Parker. Pillar of Fire (The Promised Land, #1), Power of Deliverance (The Promised Land, #2), Place of Refuge (The Promised Land, #3), Day of Remembrance (The P Author: David G.
Woolley. Promised Land is an ambitious novel about family and love, set in the aftermath of the Holocaust and tracking two brothers’ lives during the early years following Israel’s independence. As the book opens, Peter and Arie are young boys living with their family in Germany as war looms.
Neither Egypt is the land of the Israelites’ Exodus nor Palestine their promised land. NB, the book is available on US Amazon for only ($) and ($) on Kindle Unlimited.
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