Your People Shall Be My People, Updated and Expanded Edition
How Israel, the Jews and the Christian Church Will Come Together in the Last Days
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It's a crucial moment in world history--and Israel and her people are at center stage.
How will the Church respond?
In the Old Testament, Ruth made a pledge to Naomi: Your people shall be my people. But over the millennia, we have lost sight of that vow, turned our backs on the Jewish people and even played a major role in their persecution.
Now is the time to embrace Ruth's vow and God's chosen people once again.
In this updated and expanded version of a landmark text, Don Finto, a leader in Christian-Jewish relations, reveals God's purposes for His covenant people in these times--and how this revelation is affecting the Church.
As we align our prayers with the cry of Israel, embrace her people and reaffirm our promises, we'll enter into a story that will change the world--and our own lives--forever!
"Mandatory reading for understanding the next, greatest and last move of God's Spirit on planet Earth."
Sid Roth, president, Messianic Vision; host, It's Supernatural!
"Excellent, passionate, and articulate."
Tommy Tenney, bestselling author
"This is the best bridge-building book written on the subject of Israel, the Jewish people and the Church!"
James W. Goll, founder, Encounters Network, Prayer Storm and GET eSchool; bestselling author
"One cannot read this very timely, truly life-changing book without receiving God's heart for the Jewish people."
Cindy Jacobs, co-founder, Generals International
"Controversy surrounds God's plan for Israel. Don Finto presents a biblical and exciting perspective of God's heart toward the Holy Land. In doing so, he gives us a valuable and inspiring resource for winning our Jewish friends to Christ."
Francis Frangipane, founding pastor (retired), River of Life Ministries, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
"Now is the time for the Jewish-Gentile partnership prophesied in the book of Ruth to be fulfilled. Your People Shall Be My People could be your doorway to take part in Israel's final redemption."
Eitan Shishkoff, founding director, Tents of Mercy