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A Time To Advance: Understanding the Significance of the Hebrew

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A TRIUMPHANT RESERVE IS ARISING IN THE EARTH!

The Lord designed time with a built-in blessing for you to claim and walk into. As you identify your tribe and divinely align in time with God's calendar, you will discover how to find your position in God's Kingdom, how to war effectively for your inheritance, and then walk in His blessings.

A Time to Advance: Understanding the
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Paperback, 328 pages
Published 2011 by Glory of Zion International, Inc.
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Mark Grote
Feb 05, 2013 Mark Grote rated it it was ok
A Time Advance by Chuck Piece has some good information and Chuck Pierce challenges readers to think like God thinks, which is a good thing in my opinion. However, Pierce's entire premise for the book is based on his opinion and not on scripture. He posits the thesis that because God's chosen people were Hebrews, and because they spoke Hebrew, God therefore (only) thinks hebraically. This is huge leap if you believe that God created all languages. Further, Pierce teaches that you must follow a c ...more
Tamra A Page
Nov 16, 2015 Tamra A Page rated it it was amazing
Monthly wisdom from the Hebraic Tribes. Interesting & thought provoking.

Mitzi Knipe
Jan 19, 2014 Mitzi Knipe rated it it was amazing
Brilliant! this book explains exactly where we fit in as part of the one new man, the feasts and God's calender.
Terena
May 21, 2012 Terena rated it liked it
Lots of good information. Interesting and thought provoking. The only thing I didn't like about this book is everytime I was getting into it the writers would go off on a tangent as if they needed to explain or convince me of an idea 12 different ways. It made some really valuable information seem redundant.
Kadri Liisa
It is handful tool for more time than once in understanding God`s calendar/hebraic calendar - only calendar mentioned in Bible- and of the tribes of Israel and importance of God`s calendar and of Firstfruits and other God`s feasts for our lives. ...more
Teresa Jeffreys
Jul 13, 2013 Teresa Jeffreys rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Everyone.
Awesome and very helpful .....
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