The Three Princes: Lifting the Veil on the Unseen World  -     By: Tom Julien
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The Three Princes: Lifting the Veil on the Unseen World

B M H Books / 2011 / Paperback

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Throughout history, three princes have exercised authority over the earth. The rule of the first, Adam, was pitifully short. His authority was stolen by Satan, the second prince, who brought unspeakable suffering to mankind. This began the supreme drama of all time, the drama of redemption. It is a drama that finds its climax in Satan's defeat and the triumph of the third Prince, Jesus Christ, who became a man in order to win back what the first man had lost.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 190
Vendor: B M H Books
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 8.4 X 5.5 (inches)
ISBN: 0884692787
ISBN-13: 9780884692782
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"Every book Tom Julien has written has always touched me. I have often referred to them and benefited immensely from them. The author has vividly and convincingly portrayed the world of three beings, Adam, Satan, and Christ, overarching from one end of eternity to the other. This is an overview of real human history, which had been commonly overlooked, resulting in the great loss of spiritual realities. With this book thoughtful readers will be awakened and restored to the reality of the spirit world, which is so commonly ignored in the lives of many people in spite of the fact that the unseen world is more real than the visible world. The Three Princes will open the eyes of spiritually slumbering souls and cause them to rise above the one-dimensional world, comprehending the spiritual realities and the road map of our spiritual journey. The readers will gain the hope of glory through the victorious third prince, our Lord Jesus Christ. This book is so revealing and so encouraging." -Dr. Sang-Bok David Kim, World Evangelism Alliance Chairman, Chancellor of Torch Trinity Graduate School of Theology, Korea

"The Bible is prolific in alerting us to be vigilant regarding our adversary, the devil; yet there is a prevalent tendency to ignore these warnings. The result is a defeated Christian life and a church that is powerless and diverted from God's mission in the world. In this book by Tom Julien the reader will find a comprehensive biblical panorama of this biblical conflict and discover that the victory over our subtle and devious enemy has been procured by the Lamb of God. The Three Princes will not only provide valuable insights and understanding, but encouragement to claim that victory and walk in it." -Dr. Jerry Rankin, President Emeritus International Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention

"The Three Princes by my friend and colleague Tom Julien gives us biblical insights into angels and demons that make Dan Brown pale in comparison. This is a window into spiritual realities, which every child of God needs to understand in order to live the freedom that God has procured for us at the Cross through His Son Jesus." -Dr. Walt Stuart, Pastor and Professor in Pastoral Counseling, Lautenbach, France

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Tom Julien is a graduate of Bob Jones University and Grace Theological Seminary. Tom and his wife Doris served as missionaries in France for 28 years, during which time they began a ministry at the Chateau of Saint Albain, a center for evangelism, training and church planting. From 1986-2000 Julien was Executive Director of Grace Brethren International Missions in Winona Lake, Indiana. He is currently involved in leadership training. Tom has three adult children and five grandchildren. He is the author of a number of books, including the highly-acclaimed missions book, Antioch Revisited, also published by BMH.

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