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Thursday, December 2, 2010

The Next Great Move of God - Book Review & Giveaway

The Next Great Move of God: Christians Returning to Their Hebraic Roots

The Next Great Move of God - Christians Returning to Their Hebraic Roots

by Dr. LaSalle R. Vaughn
ISBN 978-1-935265-05-4
VMI PUblishers 2009
$13.99





I have been learning more about the Biblical Feasts for a couple of years now. So when I was offered this book to review, I thought it would be a good book for me to read.

From the back cover:

Find the key to godly success in faith, family, finances and fellowship with Him. Most Christians have understood the topic of salvation, but have never contemplated the Jewishness of Jesus. Understanding the culture in which Jesus lived will help you properly interpret the Bible. The Next Great Move of God: Christians Returning to Their Hebraic Roots will open your eyes to the Jewish world of Jesus. This profound book reveals that the Christian life is much more than salvation; it's a lifestyle of obedience to the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation.

I had not heard of Dr. Vaughn before, so I was quite interested in reading his writings. I was not disappointed.

Dr. Vaughn explains what a covenant is, and how as Christians we are grafted into the Abrahamic covenant. In the Bible, Jesus celebrated all the Biblical Feasts, including Chanukah, the Festival of Dedication, (in John Chapter 10)  Did you know that the early Christians celebrated all the Biblical Feasts days? In fact, the first century church clearly identified with Judaism. The church was not separated from it's Jewish roots until Constantine the Great converted to Christianity near  AD 325.

With chapters such as Restoring the Hebraic Roots of Our Faith,  Symbols of Our Faith,  Keys to the Heart of the Kingdom, and America is a Judeo-Christian Nation you will learn more about your faith, and how to apply it more fully to your daily life, and your prayer life.

This book also has a glossary, as well as a complete list of works cited. I found both to be helpful.

This book verified what I had already learned about our Hebraic roots, and I also learned a lot. I love how the author tells us the Hebrew word used, and the meaning. I want a book like this to help me dig deeper into the subject, and Dr. Vaughn  accomplished this for me.

I highly recommend this book to all Christians. If you haven't learned about your Hebraic roots yet, this book is a great place to start.  And if you, like me, have already started to learn, this book will be a vary helpful continuation of your study.

You can visit The Next Great Move of God for more information about the book

Bring It On Communications is giving away one copy of The Next Great Move of God to one of my readers!

To enter, leave a comment on this post. (at original blog site, NOT HERE at Tell Us The Truth Reviews)
Giveaway ends on Saturday, December 11, 2010 at 11:59 PM.

After which time, I will use random.org to select the winner. Winner will be notified by email, so please make sure your email is available on your profile, or include your email in your comment.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Bring it On Communications to review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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