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Golden, Jonathan M

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About this Item: Oxford University Press. PAPERBACK. Condition: Good. 0195379853 Item in good condition. Textbooks may not include supplemental items i.e. CDs, access codes etc. Seller Inventory # Z0195379853Z3

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About this Item: Instaread, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Summary of Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer Includes Analysis Preview: Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer is a novel that describes the last few months of a marriage. Jacob and Julia Bloch, a couple in their early forties, have been drifting apart for years when a betrayal throws their union into acute crisis. As they determine next steps, tragedies unfold in their extended family and in the Middle East, where the aftermath of an earthquake threatens Israel s existence. As the story begins, Jacob and Julia are visiting the school of their 13-year-old son, Sam, who s in trouble for having written a strange list of racial slurs. The meeting is tense particularly because Sam is just weeks away from an expensive and long-planned bar mitzvah. After the meeting, Sam and Jacob go home to have brunch with his parents, Irv and Deborah, and Sam s younger brothers, Max and Benjy. PLEASE NOTE: This is summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Inside this Instaread Summary of Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer Includes Analysis - Summary of the Book - Important People - Character Analysis - Analysis of the Themes and Author s Style About the Author With Instaread, you can get the key takeaways, summary and analysis of a book in 15 minutes. We read every chapter, identify the key takeaways and analyze them for your convenience. Visit our website at instaread.co. Seller Inventory # AAV9781683785064

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Instaread Summaries

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About this Item: Instaread, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Summary of Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer Includes Analysis Preview: Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer is a novel that describes the last few months of a marriage. Jacob and Julia Bloch, a couple in their early forties, have been drifting apart for years when a betrayal throws their union into acute crisis. As they determine next steps, tragedies unfold in their extended family and in the Middle East, where the aftermath of an earthquake threatens Israel s existence. As the story begins, Jacob and Julia are visiting the school of their 13-year-old son, Sam, who s in trouble for having written a strange list of racial slurs. The meeting is tense particularly because Sam is just weeks away from an expensive and long-planned bar mitzvah. After the meeting, Sam and Jacob go home to have brunch with his parents, Irv and Deborah, and Sam s younger brothers, Max and Benjy. PLEASE NOTE: This is summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Inside this Instaread Summary of Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer Includes Analysis - Summary of the Book - Important People - Character Analysis - Analysis of the Themes and Author s Style About the Author With Instaread, you can get the key takeaways, summary and analysis of a book in 15 minutes. We read every chapter, identify the key takeaways and analyze them for your convenience. Visit our website at instaread.co. Seller Inventory # AAV9781683785064

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Instaread Summaries

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About this Item: Instaread, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Summary of Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer Includes Analysis Preview: Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer is a novel that describes the last few months of a marriage. Jacob and Julia Bloch, a couple in their early forties, have been drifting apart for years when a betrayal throws their union into acute crisis. As they determine next steps, tragedies unfold in their extended family and in the Middle East, where the aftermath of an earthquake threatens Israel s existence. As the story begins, Jacob and Julia are visiting the school of their 13-year-old son, Sam, who s in trouble for having written a strange list of racial slurs. The meeting is tense particularly because Sam is just weeks away from an expensive and long-planned bar mitzvah. After the meeting, Sam and Jacob go home to have brunch with his parents, Irv and Deborah, and Sam s younger brothers, Max and Benjy. PLEASE NOTE: This is summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Inside this Instaread Summary of Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer Includes Analysis - Summary of the Book - Important People - Character Analysis - Analysis of the Themes and Author s Style About the Author With Instaread, you can get the key takeaways, summary and analysis of a book in 15 minutes. We read every chapter, identify the key takeaways and analyze them for your convenience. Visit our website at instaread.co. Seller Inventory # LIE9781683785064

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Israel, Jonathan I.

Published by Oxford University Press (1989)

ISBN 10: 0198211368 ISBN 13: 9780198211365

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, 1989. Paperback. Condition: Good. Item may show signs of shelf wear. Pages may include limited notes and highlighting. Includes supplemental or companion materials if applicable. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority. Seller Inventory # S_180990554

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Published by National Havurah Commission, New York (1984)

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About this Item: National Havurah Commission, New York, 1984. Softbound. Condition: Very Good. Octavo, paper covers, 112 pp. Articles are "Torah Study: A Brief Rabbinic Anthology," Danny Siegel, "An Interview," Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, "The Curious Origins of the Zohar," Daniel Matt, "Selections from the Zohar," Daniel Matt, "Women Before the Law," Susannah Heschel, "Here Am I," Julius Lester, "Why Jonah? Anger, Frogiveness and Change," Sherry Israel, "Noah and the End of the World," Arthur Waskow, "Some Truths About Congregations," Lawrence Kushner, "The Evolution of the Blemished Priest," Jonathan Omer-Man, "Good Men from the Bar Mitzvah Circuit," Danny Siegel, "Comings and Goings in the Jewish World," Philo of Cambridge. Poetry by Isaac Mozeman, Josel Rosenberg, Marcia Falk and Debra Cash. Seller Inventory # 75622

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About this Item: Série "La Sainte Bible, traduite en français sous la direction de l'Ecole Biblique de Jérusalem". Paris, Les Editions du Cerf, 1953. Fascicule in-16 grand jésus (14 x 19 cm), broché, plats de couverture et dos muets, sous jaquette crème (imprimée sur vergé) ornée d'un chrisme, 239 pages (incluant feuillet blanc liminaire, faux-titre, titre, introduction et texte) + 1 page blanche + 2 feuillets (table et achevé d'imprimer). Cachet conventuel d'ex-libris apposé sur titre. (Jaquette salie comportant des éraflures, de très petits manques de papier ainsi que d'importantes mouillures et taches ; quelques mouillures et légères rousseurs sur plats de couverture et dos ; quelques feuillets cornés ; des taches d'encre bleue, des rousseurs et des éraflures dans certaines marges). Introduction : nom et contenu, composition et date, cadre historique, message religieux, le livre dans l'Ancien Testament, le livre dans l'Eglise chrétienne, texte et versions). Premier Livre de Samuel : Les Enfances Samuel (le pèlerinage de Silo, la prière d'Anne, naissance et consécration de Samuel, cantique d'Anne, les fils d'Eli, Samuel à Silo, encore les fils d'Eli, annonce du châtiment, l'appel de Dieu à Samuel), l'Arche chez les Philistins (défaite des Israélites et capture de l'Arche, mort d'Eli, mort de la femme de Pinhas, déboires des Philistins avec l'Arche, renvoi de l'Arche, l'Arche à Beth Shémesh, l'Arche à Qiriath Yéarim ; Samuel juge et libérateur), Institution de la royauté (le peuple demande un roi, les inconvénients de la royauté, Saül et les ânesses de son père, Saül rencontre Samuel, le sacre de Saül, retour de Saül, Saül est désigné comme roi par le sort, victoire contre les Ammonites, Saül est proclamé roi, Samuel se retire devant Saül), débuts du règne de Saül (soulèvement contre les Philistins, rupture entre Samuel et Saül, préparatifs de guerre, Jonathan attaque le poste, bataille générale, une interdiction de Saül violée par Jonathan, faute rituelle du peuple, Jonathan reconnu coupable est sauvé par le peuple, résumé du règne de Saül, guerre sainte contre les Amalécites, Saül est rejeté par Yahvé, Saül implore en vain son pardon, mort d'Agag et départ de Samuel), David à la Cour (onction de David, David entre au service de Saül, Goliath défie l'armée israélite, arrivée de David au camp, David s'offre pour relever le défi, le combat singulier, David vainqueur est présenté à Saül, éveil de la jalousie de Saül, mariage de David, Jonathan intercède pour David), fuite de David (attentat de Saül contre David, David sauvé par Mikal, Saül et David chez Samuel, Jonathan favorise le départ de David, l'arrêt à Nob, David chez les Philistins), David chef de bande (David commence sa vie errante, massacre des prêtres de Nob, David à Qeïla, David à Horesha, visite de Jonathan, David échappe de justesse à Saül, David épargne Saül, mort de Samuel, histoire de Nabal et d'Abigaïl, David épargne Saül), David chez les Philistins (David se réfugies à Gath, David vassal des Philistins, les Philistins partent en guerre contre Israël, Saül et la sorcière d'Endor, David est congédié par les chefs philistins, campagne contre les Amalécites, bataille de Gelboé, mort de Saül). Deuxième Livre de Samuel (David apprend la mort de Saül, élégie de David sur Saül et Jonathan), David roi de Juda (sacre de David à Hébron, message aux gens de Yabesh, Abner impose Ishbaal comme roi d'Israël, guerre entre Juda et Israël, bataille de Gabaon, fils de David nés à Hébron, rupture entre Abner et Ishbaal, Abner négocie avec David, meurtre d'Abner, meurtres d'Ishbaal) ; David roi de Juda et d'Israël (sacre de David comme roi d'Israël, prise de Jérusalem, fils de David à Jérusalem, victoire contre les Philistins, l'Arche à Jérusalem, prophétie de Nathan, prière de David, guerres de David, l'administration du royaume). La famille de David et les intrigues pour la succession : Meribbaal (bonté de David envers le fils de Jonathan), la guerre ammonite, naissance de Salomon, insulte aux. Seller Inventory # 8631

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Published by Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Seward County, Nebraska, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 34-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the many subjects included are: Topography; First settlerment and Early History; First Schools; Political History; Roster of County Officials; Education; Death of Father Dunaway, an early pioneer; the city of Seward -- aspect and busines importance, incorportation, societies, churches, schools; the village of Milford -- location and natural features, early history, churches, societies; and the town of Utica. The booklet contains biographies of many residents of Colfax County in 1882. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: SEWARD -- Luke Agur, West Barrett, James G. Berdrow, James Betzer, Hiram Boyes, John Brown, Edmund Carns, Jon Cattle Sr., Capt. Robert Cooper, William Cox, Herman Diers, Stephen Douglass, Elijah K. Dunbaugh, Joseph W. Dupin, John N. Edwards, Charles N. Emilton, James M. Fletcher, Thomas Graham, James Harris, William Imlay, LLoyd Johns, Edward Jones, Claudius Jones, Cas. R. LaMena, William Leese, John Leonardt, Samuel P. Lindley, George W. Lowley, Sanford Marshall, Edmund McIntyre, Daniel McKillip, Lewis Moffitt (pix), Henry Page, Otero Reynolds, John Roberts, Thomas Sanders, Isaac Sorter, St. Clair & Anderson, John C. Thomas, George H. Underhill, Capt. Charles E. Van Pelt, Dr. Leland Walker ( pix), William H. Walker, Walter O. Whitcomb, Olliver Williams, Thomas Wolfe, Dr. James H. Woodward, John Zimmerer; MILFORD -- Will D. Alexander, Henry C. Atwood, John H. Atwood, Roger P. Birge, George W. Brandon, John J. Briggs, Jacob H. Culver, Jonathan L. Davidson, Pliney E. Dinsmore, John Engelhaupt, Rev. Herman A. French, Rev. Willis G. Haselwood, Thomas A. Healey, Philip I. Hooker, Fredrick S. Johnson, Lewis D. Laune, Capt. John B. Mitchell, John A. Raymer, William C. Smiley, Lee H. Smiley, Soloman J. Shupp, Joseph Stockman; UTICA --Howard M. Colman, George A. Derby, Dr. Rufus D. Harvey, James E. Hibbard, George F. Hurlburt, Joseph Jones, John S. Kittle, George W. Learned, George Liggett, Rev. Wesson G. Miller, Rev. Calvin E. Phinney, Soren Thygeson; OTHERS --Lemuel L. Allison, Edward C. Archer, Thomas Bailey, Thomas Best, Henry Bick, James Bone, Albert E. Bradley, Hiram A. Brisbin, David Brown, Samuel Brown, Joseph W. Bivens, Luther Chaddock, Martin Castle, Lieut. Thomas Corr, Henry Cross, August Daehling, Frederick M. Dimery, Michael Dunigan, John A. Durland, Samuel D. Dutton, David H. Figard, Thomas J. Foster, Peter J. Goodrich, William Hickman, Erastus M. Hickman, Ebenezer Jull, Jesse Knight, Lieut. George W. Lazenby, John Leonard, Charles L. Lyon, Elias McClure, George C. McKay, Samuel G. Mathews, H.F. Mayland, Nathan B. Newton, Ross Nichols, Israel I. Pearson, James T. Pinkerton, Thomas J. Poore, Roland Reed, William Reid, Marcus Richtmyer, John W. Shields, George Slonecker, John Slonecker, Charles L. Smith, Joseph R. Stauffer, Irwin Stall, Abraham Stutzman, Christian J. Stutzman, David C. Tift, Stephen C. Tremper, F.W. Upton & Bro., LaFayette Weldon, John Woods, and Calvin J. Wright. The final part of the booklet contains a brief excerpt on the town of Seward from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939. Seller Inventory # 000652

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Garfinkel, Jonathan

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About this Item: Penguin Canada, Toronto, 2008, 2008. NF/, later ed, 2008, Jonathan Garfinkel, Ambivalence, Crossing the Israel/Palestine Divide, author travels to Israel in search of a house he was told of where an Arab and a Jew cohabit peacefully, later ed, 2008 softcover, 14x21cm, 352 very white unmarked pp, a tight square unmarked copy with I corner having a slight crease as its sole defect. Seller Inventory # Spq4386

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ISBN 10: 1508783683 ISBN 13: 9781508783688

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Zulu . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Zulu Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizi. Seller Inventory # APC9781508783688

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Yiddish . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Yiddish Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom sym. Seller Inventory # APC9781508851493

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Persian-Farsi . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Persian Version of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom s. Seller Inventory # APC9781511420990

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Thai . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Thai Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizi. Seller Inventory # APC9781508958185

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Swedish . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Swedish Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizi. Seller Inventory # APC9781511435734

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Spanish . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Spanish Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizi. Seller Inventory # APC9781511452021

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Translation. Language: Slovene . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Slovenian Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symboli. Seller Inventory # APC9781511487429

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Translation. Language: Sinhala . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Sinhala Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizi. Seller Inventory # APC9781511501866

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is The Portuguese Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom sym. Seller Inventory # APC9781511540841

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About this Item: Balboa Press, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Water under the bridge? I don t think so!!! Continue to follow the saga of David and his troubles with King Saul. Ironically, as David s life is constantly under threat by King Saul, he earns a friend in Jonathan and takes as his bride Michal; both Saul s children. Israel continues to give David rave reviews through his many conquests, and though victorious, still the favor on David s life by God fuels King Saul s jealousy. Learn what it means to be a true conqueror in God and how to withstand the haters and the drama that they bring to a journey that is destined for great things. Seller Inventory # AAV9781452592329

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Zulu . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Zulu Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizin. Seller Inventory # APC9781508783688

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Yiddish . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Yiddish Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symb. Seller Inventory # APC9781508851493

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Persian-Farsi . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Persian Version of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom sy. Seller Inventory # APC9781511420990

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Thai . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Thai Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizin. Seller Inventory # APC9781508958185

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Swedish . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Swedish Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizin. Seller Inventory # APC9781511435734

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Spanish . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Spanish Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizin. Seller Inventory # APC9781511452021

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Translation. Language: Slovene . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Slovenian Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symboliz. Seller Inventory # APC9781511487429

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Translation. Language: Sinhala . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Sinhala Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbolizin. Seller Inventory # APC9781511501866

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Portuguese Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symb. Seller Inventory # APC9781511540841

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Yoruba . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is The Yoruba Translation of The Book of Gad The Seer as Referred to in 1 Chronicles 29:29 which is given as follows: Now the acts of David the King first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the Seer, and in the book of Nathan the Prophet, and in the book of Gad the Seer, 1 Chronicles 21:11, 12. 11 So Gad came to Dauid, and said vnto him, Thus saith the Lord, Choose thee 12 Either three yeeres famine, or three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) or else three dayes the sword of the Lord, euen the pestilence in the land, and the Angel of the Lord destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore aduise thy selfe, what word I shall bring againe to him that sent me. First power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the first power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. In Revelation 11:6 a lack of rain is the first power that the two witnesses were given. In 1 Chronicles 21:12 Gad can cause a famine to fall upon David s kingdom. A lack of rain would cause a famine. So being able to make it not rain is the same thing as being able to cause a famine. So here we See that the first power in Revelations 11:6 which the two witnesses possess, is the same first power that Gad possesses in 1 Chronicles 21:12. Second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the second power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12. This is a matter of comparing the power to turn water into blood, or let us paraphrase this for the sake of understanding it, the second power in Revelation 11:6 to turn water into blood can be better translated as the power to make puddles of blood, pools of blood, ponds of blood, rivers of blood, streams of blood, oceans of blood, lakes of blood, to spill so much blood that there would literally be a FLOOD of BLOOD. Now comparing that second power the two witnesses have in Revelation 11:6 to the second power that Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12 which was three moneths to bee destroyed before thy foes (while that the sword of thine enemies ouertaketh thee) we can See that if the enemies of David s kingdom had pursued to overtake David s kingdom for three months long by the sword of it s enemies, so much blood would have been shed constantly for three months that there would have literally been a BLOOD FLOOD. We can See here again that the second power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the same power as the second power Gad had in 1 Chronicles 21:12. And the Third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 compared to the third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 are also exactly the same power. The third power of the two witnesses in Revelation 11:6 is the power to cause plagues. The third power of Gad the seer in 1 Chronicles 21:12 is the power to cause a pestilence. A plague and a pestilence are the same thing. Now many of the secret sins which king David committed were sins of sodomy. See 2 Samuel 1:26 which is given as follows: I am distressed for thee, my brother Ionathan, very pleasant hast thou beene vnto mee: thy loue to mee was wonderfull, passing the loue of women. That was king David speaking of the love that he had between him and Jonathan. Note that even the type of love a man might have for his brother-man is not ever compared to the type of love that men have for women. In other words, a strait man, would not say that the love another man has for him is wonderful, passing the love of women. Only an effeminate one might say it that way. Note: We are not bashing a man of the past. We are exposing a spirit that is here among us right now in our time. This is why Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer were killed by king David. It is because they exposed king David for committing Sodomy. And this is why Revelation 11:8 states that the two witnesses were killed in a city which spiritually is called Sodom. Sodom symbol. Seller Inventory # APC9781508795797

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About this Item: Lulu.com, United States, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.While on a business trip in Miami, Elizabeth Grzeszczyk meets a man who introduces himself as Dr. Jonathan Palmer, the former British Formula One Grand Prix race car driver. He quickly steals her heart, and her life becomes a whirlwind as she is swept up into his glamorous lifestyle. When Elizabeth discovers he is really an internationally wanted con man, Jonathan Nigel-Philip Kern, her life spirals downward. Determined not to let this man ruin her life, Elizabeth fights back. When she is transferred to work in Europe, she has the chance of a lifetime to testify against the con man in a Paris courtroom. Elizabeth s story has been featured on Unsolved Mysteries and in numerous newspapers world-wide including The Sunday Times in South Africa , News of the World Sunday Magazine in Great Britain and Israeli Insider in Israel. Elizabeth s Story has also been featured in Marie Claire , Sports Illustrated , and Car Driver magazines.(Book includes photos.). Seller Inventory # AAV9781411622548

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