Blood in the Sand
For sale: books, cds, dvds, hobby, leisure and sports in Nigeria
The Arab-Israeli conflict makes daily headlines, but few understand the history behind the struggle. In Blood in the Sand, Benny Hinn takes you deep inside the region – the history, politics, and religions- to show you what is happening there and, more importantly, why. Drawing from his deep history in the area, his personal relationships with top Israeli and Arab leaders, and his biblical scholarship, he answers critical questions such as: How did we get into this tragic situation? What are the dangers? What does the Bibe say about the future?
“It was a quiet summer morning in Jaffa, Israel, the historic coastal city that borders Tel Aviv. As a fourteen-year-old I was seated in my classroom, when suddenly I heard a sound that sent shivers through my body and made my heart stand still. That Monday, June 5, 1967, the air-raid sirens began to wail, and I thought, `This is it!'” –Benny Hinn
With an engaging style and many previously unpublished personal photos, Hinn weaves together memories of his childhood with historical facts and biblical prophecy to take you on a journey from Abraham, Isaac, and Ishmael to the critical situation we face today.
Having been born in the Middle East and raised among Arabs, Christians, and Jews, Pastor Benny Hinn has a truly unique perspective on the Middle East. For this reason Christians with a sincere desire to understand the roots of the conflict have questioned him for years, prompting him to publish this timely book on the subject. Blood in the Sand takes readers on a journey in time from Abraham, Isaac, and Ishmael to the critical situation we currently face as citizens of the world. Along the way, Pastor Benny shares personal memories of growing up in the region, scriptural prophecies pertaining to the current crisis, and his own heart regarding what he believes is on the horizon.
Pickup and return point: Elyon Computech, #1 Alarape street, New garage bus stop (opposite the 2nd traffic light), Gbagada, Lagos