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The Jerusalem Secret #2, in the Identity Theft series, by Ron Cantor
David Lebowitz is a skeptical Jewish columnist who wants to embrace Christ, but feels guilt about the suffereing of his ancestors in Jesus's name. When a family tragedy hits, his prayers are answered when an angel transports him to the past where he comes face to face with the early disciples of Jesus. Are the beliefs about his ancestors myths?
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.75 (inches)|
Series: Identity Theft
The Anticipated Sequel to Identity Theft Continues the Suspense and Intrigue!
Moments after David Lebowitz is finally convinced that Yeshua is the Jewish Messiah, he is thrust into a soul-wrenching family tragedy. In deep anguish, he cries out to Heaven. His prayer is answered in a most unexpected and unusual way.
An angel named Ariel transports David back into his celestial classroom where history- shaping events unfold right in front of him. Through supernatural time travel, David comes face-to-face with first-century pioneers such as Apostles James and Paul, along with early disciples of Yeshua, like Priscilla and Aquila.
Before his eyes, a world-changingand at times, shockinghistory is being written. While David cannot change the past, he is able to unlearn horrific myths about Yeshua and the Jewish peopleonly to return to earth for the test of his life!
Experience history like never before and catch a glimpse of life for the first congregation of Jesus-followers in Jerusalem. You will also discover how the diabolical snares of anti-semitism and replacement theology sought to sabotage Gods work in their midst.
See Gods unfolding plan to bring the Jewish people to salvation and release Yeshuas power in the Earth!
Ron Cantor is the Congregational Leader of Tiferet Yeshua in Tel Aviv. He embraced Yeshua as an 18-year-old, drug-using agnostic. Ron travels from Israel to the nations teaching on the Jewish Roots of the New Covenant. Ron has shared the Jewish Roots message on five continents and is the author of Identity Theft and Leave me Alone, Im Jewish.
nkwbookreviewer5 Stars Out Of 5RivitingOctober 29, 2016nkwbookreviewerQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5"The Jerusalem Secret" is Book 2 in author Ron Cantor's "Identity Theft Series". It is a 240 page paperback novel published by Destiny Image that was so good I stopped reading it to buy and read Book 1 first even though Book 2 could be read as a stand alone. What a delightful find when reading something from an author that is new to me. This is definitely a 5 star rating. So is the first one. Don't miss it or Book 1.
"The Jerusalem Secret" is a fascinating fiction book listed as a fantasy. It is the continuation of the story of Jewish David Lebowitz. In book one he encounters an angel, Ariel, who whisks him off to Heaven to see ancient history first hand. David's family are devout Jewish people and he is reluctant to tell them of his experience. He is even more afraid to tell them of his great love of Jesus, or Yeshua as the book calls Him, and that he is a follower of Christ. Yet, he cannot hold this information to himself and not share it with them to provide their salvation. If he shared his experience with them, would they think that was mentally unstable? What a dilemma!
Book 2 begins with David in the hospital sitting with his father who is the patient. David holds his father's hand in prayer and is again transported back to the place he had been with Ariel, the angel from Book 1. Ariel explains that David is to be trained for his assignment. He has an important purpose. David is to bring the message of Jesus, or Yeshua, to today's people. Not just the Jewish but all people are to hear the message of Jesus through David. As David's training begins we are introduced to people that shaped ancient history. David can see first hand their lives and hear their powerful stories.
This novel is biblically based on its Jewish history and Bible stories. Bible stories were brought to life. It is a riveting tale that I devoured and wanted more. It is as much of a learning book as an entertaining one. It brought me closer in my daily Walk. It was phenomenal. I could see this being made into a motion picture that would be a blockbuster. It was interesting reading about the historical customs of Jewish people and enlightening to read what they thought (according to the author) about Jesus and Christians.
It is a well thought, researched, organized book that provides food for thought and the soul. I would highly recommend "Jerusalem Secret" to everyone. It would make a great Christmas gift for the reader in your family. While it can be read as a stand alone, I would recommend buying Book 1, "Identity Theft" also as they are both 5 star books. Get a copy for yourself, too. They are absolutely moving. I was given the book by Book Fun (The Book Club Network) and here is my honest review.
DonnaGeorgiaAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Historical Biblical fictionSeptember 18, 2016DonnaGeorgiaAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Wow! What a powerful and amazing fictional story of a Jewish man David Lebowitz who has just discovered and believes that Yeshua is the Jewish Messiah. While trying to get a grasp on this he is taken on a celestial time travel trip with an angel named Ariel. He meets and speaks with many famous Biblical men and women in the Bible: Peter, James, Paul and other Apostles of Christ. He is shown videos and experiences biblical times. History is being written right there before his eyes. The author blends fictional characters and historical Biblical characters with such realism that you can feel the events .
Ron Cantor has done a superb job in researching historical facts and information taken from the Bible. The book is filled with scripture verses. It is also filed with truths and will help not only David's character but you to understand scripture more clearly.
Although this is book 2 in The Identify Theft series it can be read as a stand alone book. However, I wish I could have read book 1 first but plan to read it as soon as possible.
Ron Cantor has been added to my favorite author list. I recommend this book.
I received a free copy of this book from bookfun.org or my honest opinion and review.
Penny M4 Stars Out Of 5Epic AdventureSeptember 6, 2016Penny MQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4The Jerusalem Secret is book two in the identity series. This book is a very involved,dramatic read that will have you thinking a lot.
David Lebowitz has been taught a certain way by his family on the Jewish faith. Things occur that David asks God for help and he sends David on an epic adventure through time with Ariel an angel. She is able to show him the past like we have never been able to see. He is time traveling and even though he cannot change the past it shows him how he can save and change the future for other generations.
This book is very powerful and not something you just pick up and forget. It makes you really think as well as learn.
I recieved this book from the BookClub Network for an honest review.
MaryAnnORAge: 55-65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Christian History RevealedSeptember 3, 2016MaryAnnORAge: 55-65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I was wowed by the information contained in this novel and wish all Jews and Christians could read this series. Woven into a fictional account that includes a man leaving his fathers deathbed in the spirit to speak with an angel and biblical characters, David Lebowitz learns the truth about the Messiah and the history of His followers. The heavenly classroom provides a mind-exploding education as David must revise his view of the truth. The story ramps up the tension while Davids personal life seems to be disintegrating as his spiritual life is thrown for a loop. Satan fights against his awakening, but God wants David to become His mouthpiece. Will Davids family and rabbi understand or will they totally reject him? I have not read the first book in the Identity Theft series but want to read them all. Ron Cantor has penned a well-thought-out tale with a strong protagonist. The theology slows the pace at times, but is necessary to the story. I received this book from Book Fun Club in exchange for an honest review.
AnnelrBrighton, MIAge: Over 65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Entertaining and Educational Too!August 3, 2016AnnelrBrighton, MIAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The Jerusalem Secret by Ron Canto, book two in the Identity Theft series, is a story of a very interesting time travel! David is of Jewish heritage and has now realized that Jesus is the true Messiah. As the impact of this revelation on his life is just beginning to 'sink in', he is taken on a celestial time travel trip with an angel named Ariel. During his time with Ariel, he does some ethereal skype-ing, meets some noted Biblical characters, realizes through Christ he is able to fight off demons and fully enters into history. Ariel is his guide to the truth about religion and Yeshua. His goal is for David to see things firsthand and learn early Christian history that he can actually prove so he would be equipped to speak boldly and defeat doctrinal lies that are so easily embraced by those who are entrenched in religion. Cantor uses this fantastical method of moving through history to explore the background of Jewish Christians, anti-Semitism and a theology of 'replacement' touted by some theologians. The book moves quickly and the 'heaviness' of the theological ideas is kept light by humor and the story of David and his family. It is evident the author has done extensive research and the book is replete with scriptural references. The Jerusalem Secret is not only a good story but a good resource concerning Jewish and early Christian history.
I received a copy of this book through The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review.