God’s Covenant People, God’s Promised Land

by Graham Coates



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/16/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 216
ISBN : 9781543406054
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 216
ISBN : 9781543406047

About the Book

This book looks at many of the issues that fill our news bulletins daily concerning the tiny nation of Israel. For centuries, Jews have been subjected to horrendous abuses. In the opening chapters, we examine the root cause of anti-Semitism and debunk replacement theology, one of the most insidious heresies in the church today. Both anti-Semitism and replacement theology are tools the devil uses to undermine God’s love for Israel and faithfulness to the covenant he made with Abraham.

One of the most misinterpreted Old Testament prophecies is now being fulfilled before our eyes. Ezekiel’s vision of a valley of dry dead bones has so often been used to describe a church that is in desperate need of revival. In the remaining chapters, we look at this prophecy in its proper context.

The dry bones are coming together, following the birth of the State of Israel in 1947. Jews from all over the world are returning to the land that was promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The dry bones have grown muscle and have transformed a desert into an oasis. Israel has grown into a major international power, as seen by Ezekiel.

Finally, God is not yet finished with his people, and in the last chapter, we see what God says is Israel’s future. It is a glorious future! It will usher in his return and the establishment of his throne in the city of Jerusalem.

About the Author

Graham Coates is a pastor and qualified teacher. He has a tremendous love for God and for His people, both Israel and the church and has a passion for the church to see the world through the lens that is God’s Word.

He believes that our lives should be built on these four absolute truths.

God is always good.

Everything was purchased at Calvary.

Nothing is impossible

Every person is significant.