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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2017
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The Torah, the Bible, the Tree of LifeGods Word is a set of instructions for everyone who wants to live a victorious, joyful, and abundant life.
The Seven Laws of Abundant Living explains a parable relating to the Tree of Life that the Lord spoke to Eric Walkera Messianic Rabbi. The parable opens wide the unique components of the Word and the physical Tree of Life that is introduced in Genesis and again in Revelation.
The LORD God made all kinds of trees grow out of the groundtrees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden was the tree of life… (Genesis 2:9).
The parable reveals seven aspects of the Tree of Life: The ground, the seed, the roots, the trunk, the branches, the leaves, and the fruit.
Each of these components brings seven life-changing conclusions to light that stimulate spiritual growth and maturity. The simple yet profound image is powerful and compels you into self-examination to assure your spiritual health and growth in each of the areas God wanted Eric Walker to share with you.
Whoever has ears, let them hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To the one who is victorious, I will give the right to eat from the tree of life, which is in the paradise of God (Revelation 2:7).
Eric E. Walker is the Executive Director of Igniting a Nation Ministries in Birmingham, AL, Host of "Revealing the Truth" TV Program (400K+ followers), as well as a bestselling author and sought after speaker/teacher of Prophecy in the News. After 35 years of working in Corporate America he devoted himself to fulltime ministry and founded one of the largest Messianic congregations in the world. He has hosted, co-hosted, and been a regular contributor on hundreds of radio and TV programs. He has been a strong media voice and averages over 250 in-person speaking engagements per year. He is a strong advocate for Israel and takes groups there annually. His traditional Jewish upbringing and journey to faith in Jesus gives him a unique perspective on both the Old and New Testaments.