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New Booklet Reveals the Biblical Identity of the United States and Britain

Today we are releasing a booklet on biblical prophecy—The United States, Britain and the Commonwealth in Prophecy. Why should you read it?

New Booklet Reveals the Biblical Identity of the United States and Britain
Without a doubt, we are living in a turbulent era of human history. Just within the past year, we have seen the British voting to leave the European Union, increasing racial tensions, mass shootings, coups and terrorist attacks. Alongside these headlines, we are witnessing the steady shifting of time-honored moral values.

Many of these trends are directly affecting the two nations that have had the greatest impact on the world for the last 200 years of human history—Great Britain and the United States.

Now, more than ever, we need understanding and moral clarity!

Over the past two years we have been working on a new booklet that is sorely needed in today’s world. It presents a sober yet, ultimately, hopeful message for the people of the modern English-speaking nations—and the world.

Today we are excited to be able to offer here on our website The United States, Britain and the Commonwealth in Prophecy. The title reveals the bold thesis of the booklet—that the modern English-speaking nations can be identified in the prophecies of the Bible.

This 120-page booklet will take you on a fascinating journey through the Bible, history, current trends and prophecy. This 120-page booklet will take you on a fascinating journey through the Bible, history, current trends and prophecy. It not only provides understanding of the origins and future of modern nations, but also contains a message of warning and hope that can have a direct effect on your life. In fact, the moment you finish reading it you will be faced with a choice.

Why should you dedicate the time to read it? Here is a preview of some of the questions answered in this new booklet:

1. Has God fulfilled all the promises He made to Abraham and his descendants?

It is widely understood that God worked through Abraham and his descendants to build a nation. But most believe that this simply refers to the Jewish people. While it is true that the Jews are descendants of Abraham, they are not his only descendants. You will learn that the Jews are the descendants of one of the 12 sons of Jacob, whose name was changed to Israel. In fact, the book of Genesis contains promises to Abraham’s descendants that never applied to the Jewish people. You will learn about the often overlooked “birthright blessing” that was not given to the Jews—but to another son of Israel. Which son of Israel was given that blessing and what specific promises did it include?

Read the booklet to discover the answers.

2. What happened to the “lost 10 tribes” of Israel?

You will learn that ancient Israel was eventually divided into two kingdoms—the kingdom of Judah and the kingdom of Israel. The Bible and secular history record that the kingdom of Israel fell to the Assyrian Empire in 721 B.C., forcibly removing the Israelites from their homeland and relocating them to the outer reaches of Assyrian territory. But, after Assyria’s fall to Babylon about 100 years later, the Israelite captives seemed to vanish from recorded history. Historians have assumed that they were assimilated into their surroundings and no longer exist as an identifiable people—thus the phrase the lost 10 tribes of Israel.

But the biblical prophets definitively predicted they would not disappear. The Bible tells us they would be scattered among the nations for a time, but not vanish completely. In fact, the prophets give us clues that allow us to trace what happened to them. How can we use the Bible’s many clues to track and identify what happened to the lost Israelites and who they became?

Read the booklet to find out!

3. How do modern nations connect to the “lost 10 tribes”?

The answers to the above questions will help you discover the surprising link between the ancient Israelites and the modern nations of the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. You will learn how God intervened in the history of these nations to fulfill prophecies He made thousands of years ago. The facts you may have learned years ago in school will take on greater meaning as you learn how they connect with Bible prophecies.

This booklet will not only help you develop a greater comprehension of the whys of history, but will inspire you and build your faith in the all-powerful God of history!

4. What is the future of the English-speaking nations and the world?

Our new booklet is not just about history, but also prophecy, which can be defined as history written in advance. In Britain, people feel both hope and tension about the uncertain future of the United Kingdom outside the European Union. In America, with its political season in full force, some politicians proclaim the United States is going in the right direction, while others are warning about national decline and declaring they can “make America great again.”

What does God say? In the last chapter of the booklet, you will learn about the prophesied future of these nations. You will discover why politicians do not really have the answers to our national problems—only the Bible shows what needs to happen to truly make these nations “great” again.

The message of this booklet transcends the nations mentioned in its title. It contains a message truly needed by the people of every nation around the globe.

Download your free copy of The United States, Britain and the Commonwealth in Prophecy today.

About the Author

Erik Jones

Erik Jones

Erik Jones is a full-time writer and editor at the Life, Hope & Truth offices in McKinney, Texas.

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