Could you be asking all the wrong questions about Israel?
Conversation about the Arab-Israeli conflict usually starts by asking if God is for or against the Jewish state--or Palestinians, Arabs or Muslims. In this updated and urgent book, Sandra Teplinsky, an American-Israeli Jewish believer, shows why many Christians are asking the wrong questions about Israel. With gracious honesty and solid biblical insight, she unravels the mystery and controversy of Israel--and shows how it impacts you--by taking you into the Lord's passion for all humankind.
My Thoughts: Why Still Care About Israel by Sandra Teplinsky is a vital read for all christians who believe in the sanctity of covenant, moral justice and prophetic blessing concerning the nation of Israel.
From the first moments of the Old Testament to the end of the New Testament God speaks of His people, Israel.
Sandra writes with a passion and a grace that does not demean any group of people. This is an informative book and Sandra brings about the message of the gospel.
Sandra is a Messianic Jew who is a "lover of God, desiring to please Him more than side with people or a cause." (foreword by Michael Brown Ph.D). And this is apparent as she writes Why We Should Care About Israel.
On the bottom of page 14 and the very top of page 15 Sandra explains that this book was written mainly for three types of readers:
*Bible believers who are interested in Israel and want to; learn more, from a Messianic Jewish (Jewish Christian Israeli perspective);
*Christians who already care much a for Israel but want to stay current on issues or gain deeper insight; and
*Christians who question or doubt that God still has a prophetic plan for Israel.
This book is well written and insightful with Scripture references given that tell us why we should still care about Israel.
With ALL that is going on in our world this book is one read that all those who care about Israel need to read!
יְבָרֶכְךָ יְהוָה, מִצִּיּוֹן: עֹשֵׂה, שָׁמַיִם וָאָרֶץ.
The LORD bless thee out of Zion; even He that made heaven and earth. Psalm 134:3
(page 258; end of book)
This book was provided for review by Chosen/Baker Publishing*