New Books For October 2012

By on October 1, 2012

2013 Calendar: Mountains of the Bible
by The Galilee Experience

Direct from Israel comes a spectacular new 16-month calendar covering September of 2012 through December of 2013. This colorful calendar features the beautiful mountains of Israel in all their majesty. From the Mount of Olives to Mt. Sinai, then on to Mt. Hermon, the purported site where the fallen angels came to Earth, then on to Mount Moriah, the Mount of Temptation, where Satan tempted Jesus, Mt. Zion, the Mount of the Beatitudes and many other beautiful and historical mountains in the Holy Land.

This year’s calendar also features a primer on the Hebrew alphabet, the Hebrew letters and their spiritual meanings, and a great overview on the Jewish Feast Days with highlights and historic explanations of these commemorative days. Every Christian should have a calendar that describes the Jewish Holy Days. Perhaps one day we’ll be raptured on a Feast Day!

This makes for a great Christmas gift for the prophecy lover in your family, or lover of Israel.


Eternal Perspectives: A Collection of Quotations on Heaven, The New Earth, and Life After Death
by Randy Alcorn

Years in the making, author Randy Alcorn has compiled the Christian’s Ultimate Guide to Heaven and the afterlife. Chock full of over 1,500 quotes, Scripture verses, and selected reflections on heaven, eternity and life after death, Alcorn’s 658-page collection of insights will thrill your soul and help you learn more about the place where you will spend your eternity.

Filled with quotes from the heroes of the faith—men like D.L. Moody, C.S. Lewis, A.W Tozer, Jonathan Edwards, Martin Luther, Isaac Watts, John Wesley, and Thomas Aquinas, Eternal Perspectives will fire up your imagination and rekindle a desire to meet the Lord and see exactly what He’s prepared, especially for you. If you’ve experienced the painful loss of loved ones, but know exactly where to find them today, home with the Father, than this book will be a great encouragement to you as we all await that grand reunion just over the horizon.

This is the kind of book that you can sit and read for a few minuetes and come away greatly encouraged—or sit and read for hours and take in the glories of heaven. It’s full of not just encouraging thoughts and idea, but lessons from the Bible; the writings of great men of faith; excerpts from the works of others; poems;—and more names than you can count. Spurgeon, Eareckson-Tada, Billy Graham, Longfellow and Lucado, Steadman, Stowell, F.B. Meyer, Torrey and Finney, the excitement is a bit overwhelming. And just for good measure Randy Alcorn’s name is found throughout the book, offering encouraging words, thoughts and personal anecdotes about our life in the future.

With Christmas season soon approaching, I can’t think of a better gift to give your pastor, or that special friend or family member, who is looking for Jesus, or longing to see their eternal home. This would make for a spectacular, one-of-a-kind gift. We’ve never seen anything quite like it.

658 pages


The David Flynn Collection

The David Flynn Collection
by David Flynn

For nearly two decades, the late David Flynn published his original and ground-breaking research on cutting edge subjects you will find scattered throughout this magazine. Flynn was a true genius, admired by many for his incredible, eye-opening discoveries. Author and publisher Tom Horn took it upon himself to create a unique tribute to David, publishing two of his books, Temple at the Center of Time and Cydonia: The Secret Chronicles of Mars in an oversized, special edition book, filled with pictures of David’s life. UFOs, Mt. Hermon, the Temple in Jerusalem, life on Mars, Isaac Newton, amazing mathematical conundrums, ancient artifacts, NASA, the ark of the covenant, information on 2012 and the Nephilim—it’s all crammed into this gigantic 515 page book, designed and written for those who aren’t afraid to walk out on that cutting edge of advanced research and speculation. Steve Quayle paid him the ultimate tribute saying “He was a time sensitive repository of God’s revealed knowledge, whose contemporary understanding spanned the decades past, as well as unlocking the mysteries of the cosmos in a manner no one on Earth has ever embraced. The full meanings of his writings are yet to be fully understood.”

515 pages