- 192 pages
- Black & White
- 6.0 x 9.0 inches
- eBook ()
- 978-1-5255-4332-6 eBook
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- 978-1-5255-4330-2 Hardcover
- Religion, Biblical Criticism & Interpretation
- Religion, Christian Church
- Religion, Christianity, History
Christian, Hebrews, Israel, Black, African American, Judah, Faith
Walking In Revelation
Identifying Black People in Biblical History
“Do you know who you are?”
In Walking in Revelation, author J. Davidson-Elliott seeks to illuminate the real children of Abraham to the world. The true Hebrews are not currently living in Israel but have been spread across the four corners of the Earth by the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Today's Black Americans and Negro people, who have been scattered, are the remnant of the Tribes of Judah, Benjamin, and Levi, the Biblical Hebrews God’s distinct people.
As the end of times draws near, Walking in Revelation contends that the Word of God must be fulfilled. Repentance is the key to ending the captivity that Hebrews have continued to experience throughout history. Daily the truth is being revealed, and the identity crises suffered by Hebrews will end. The Children of Abraham must seek to reestablish a loving relationship with The Most-High. Acceptance, forgiveness, prayer, and asking God for understanding will also bring redemption to the Christian Church.
Jacqueline Elliott is from the Midwest (The Bible Belt) town of Indianapolis, Indiana in US. She is the epitome of a faithful servant of Jesus-Yahushua. She has spent the last forty-three years serving others in various capacities. She is devoted to a life which includes being a wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, and friend. She has served as a manager, volunteer, trainer, coach, and a public speaker to many. The Most-High spoke to her Spirit to use this mantle to spread His Gospel for such a time as this. Jacquie has always been an advocate for human rights and for standing up for those who may not have a voice. She is passionate and loves all people. And, seems to find the good in everyone. She says, “it’s something that The Father put in me.” Sister Jacquie, as most call her at her church, know that she is dependable and will always step in and help whoever needs assistance. She currently serves in The Intercessory Prayer Ministry, The Sick and Shut-In Ministry, The Worship Team, and in The Children’s Ministry. If you ask her who she is, she merely says, “I am T.F.C., The Fathers Child.”
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