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Fire on the Mountain: Past Renewals, Present Revivals, and the Coming Return of Israel
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Fire on the Mountain: Past Renewals, Present Revivals, and the Coming Return of Israel

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Messianic Jewish Publishers 2000

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Overview

The term "revival" is often used to describe a person or congregation turning to God. Is this something that "just happens," or is it something that can be brought about by believers? There are many books on revivals, but they often fail to fully consider the causes and consequences of these awakenings. Today, nearly everyone agrees that mankind needs true renewal according to the ways of God, whether in a nation, a congregation, or an individual.

In Fire on the Mountain, eminent theologian, Dr. Louis Goldberg, examines revivals in the Bible, looks at post-biblical renewals, and gleans principles that can be applied in the twenty-first century. He also explains the greatest revival in history—the future return of Israel to the Lord.

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Key Features

  • Includes multiple examples of revivals that took place in the Bible
  • Analyzes the future revival at Christ's second coming

Product Details

  • Title: Fire on the Mountain: Past Renewals, Present Revivals, and the Coming Return of Israel
  • Author: Louis Goldberg
  • Publisher: Messianic Jewish Publishers
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 268

About Louis Goldberg

Dr. Louis Goldberg is one of the foremost Messianic Jewish authors in the world. He has written fourteen books and numerous articles for encyclopedias, worked on the translation of the New International Version of the Bible; and consulted on the New King James Bible. He received his ThM from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary and his ThD from Grace Theological Seminary. He is former Professor of Theology and Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute.

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