(Love For His People Editor’s Note: I had the honor and privilege of working with Derek Prince Ministries on two occasions. From 1987-1990 in Fort Lauderdale, Flordia, and then again from 2000-2005 (thank you, David Selby!) in Charlotte, North Carolina. I was the Director of Operations and Finances during those years. In my opinion, Derek is the best Bible teacher I have ever met, to this day.)
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Derek Prince Sermons: How I Became Involved With Israel – This is an original Bible Study, teaching by Derek Prince. The name Israel occurs about 2,600 times in the Bible. In this comprehensive series, Derek Prince paints a clear picture of God’s dealings with Israel—and instruction on how to pray for Israel.
Table of Contents:
I. Saved Is Called (2 Tim 1:9) A. Personally to Israel B. Encountered the “angel” (Gen. 32:24–30; 48:15–16) 1. Interpretation: “I am the God . . .” (Ex. 3:15) 2. In my mind “Palestine” 3. To Middle East—2 years in deserts C. 1942: First visit to Jerusalem 1. Miss Ratcliffe 2. Stones and dust (Ps. 102:14) D. In North Africa 1. One year in hospital (Prov. 4:20–22) 2. One year in the Sudan—developed a love for the Sudanese people E. Then to Palestine 1. Kiriat Motzkin a. Visited home in Ramallah b. Two interpretations 2. To Jerusalem a. Augusta Victoria b. Impact of Holocaust (Jer. 3:14) 3. 1946: Marriage, discharge from army 4. 90 Hebron Road a. Partition b. Flight by night c. Refugees 5. War of Independence (Is. 66:8) F. From Israel to Britain G. Then to Kenya (Jesika), Canada, USA—then worldwide H. 1975: Lydia died—family spread worldwide I. 1977: Jerusalem 1. Met Ruth 2. Prayed for her back J. 1980: Built Home in Jerusalem 1. 1981–1989: Base for worldwide ministry (Is. 2:3b) 2. Three round-the-world journeys (Rom. 11:25–26) 3. Radio, etc. K. 1990–1991: Sabbatical 1. Intercession primary 2. Go only where sent (Moscow 1993)
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Derek Prince Sermons: Israel & The Church: Parallel Restoration. This is an original Bible Study, teaching by Derek Prince. The name Israel occurs about 2,600 times in the Bible. In this comprehensive series, Derek Prince paints a clear picture of God’s dealings with Israel—and instruction on how to pray for Israel.
Table of Contents: I. God’s Central Purpose Today: Restoration A. The period of restoration of all things (Acts 3:21 [compare Matt. 17:11]) To restore: to put back in the right place and condition B. The set time to favor Zion (God’s people on earth): (Ps. 102:13–16) Immediately before Christ’s return in glory II. Theme Of Joel: Desolation — Restoration — Judgment A. In the forefront: two trees 1. Fig tree: Israel 2. Vine: Church B. Desolation (Joel 1:6–12) 1. Especially corn, wine, oil 2. Compare Luke 21:29—the fig tree and all the trees C. Restoration (Joel 2:21–25) including corn, wine, oil D. Judgment (Joel 3:14)—the valley of decision E. At the trumpet of Jubilee (Lev. 25:8–10) 1. Every man returns to his possession 2. The house of Jacob shall possess their possessions (Obad. 17) III. Parallel Features For Israel And The Church A. Cause of desolation: In both cases—disobedience, rejection of God’s Word B. Instrument of desolation: In both cases—an invading army 1. Compared to insects (see Joel 1:4; 2:25) 2. For Israel, these are literal armies 3. For the Church, they are demons C. Motive of restoration (Ezek. 36:22–23) 1. Not for our deserts 2. But by God’s grace and for God’s glory D. A sovereign intervention of God (Ezek. 36:24–30) 1. “I Will” 18 times 2. Compare Acts 2:17 E. God requires a response from His people (Ezek. 36:37) F. Compared to the reuniting of a body (Ezek. 37:7–10 [compare Eph. 4:11–16]) Three successive phases: 1. Bones 2. Complete bodies 3. A great army G. Compared to the rejoining of two divided peoples (Ezek. 37:15–19) 1. The two kingdoms of Judah and Israel become one nation 2. Compare Protestants and Catholics/true and false church H. The cost of restoration (Hos. 2:15) 1. The valley of trouble for a door of hope 2. Giving up familiar places and associations—returning to swamps, deserts, hard labor, war 3. Honor the “pioneers” I. The result of restoration (Ezek. 37:21–23) 1. A single people, with one king, one language, similar customs, clothing, practices, interests 2. Each returning group makes its special contribution J. Restoration also implies judgment 1. The valley of decision (Joel 3:14) 2. The fishers (Zionists) and the hunters (Nazis) (Jer. 16:14–18) 3. In Hitler’s day many European Jews left it too late (Ezek. 20:33–38); many Christians are in danger of doing the same 4. Those who refuse the truth of God clearly revealed will be handed over to the deceptions of antichrist (2 Thess. 2:8–12)
The Uniqueness of Israel: God’s Prophetic Calendar – Derek Prince: The name Israel occurs about 2,600 times in the Bible. In this comprehensive series, Derek Prince paints a clear picture of God’s dealings with Israel—and instruction on how to pray for Israel.
Table of Contents:
I. Biblical Perspective On Israel A. A unique people (1 Chron. 17:21) B. A kingdom of priests (Ex. 19:5–6) C. Stewards of God’s words (Rom. 3:1–2) D. Paul’s sense of obligation (Rom. 1:14–15) E. Seven distinctive features and Messiah (Rom. 9:4–5) F. Lion of Judah (Rev. 5:5) G. Salvation is from the Jews (John 4:22) II. Historical Prophecies A. Whole history foretold in prophecy 1. Enslavement in Egypt (Gen. 15:13) 2. Deliverance with wealth from Egypt (Gen. 15:14) 3. Possession of land of Canaan (Gen. 15:18–20) 4. Turning to idolatry there (Deut. 32:15–21) 5. Center of worship in Jerusalem (Deut. 12:5–6; Ps. 132:13–14) 6. Assyrian captivity (Amos 5:27; 6:14; 7:17) 7. Babylonian captivity (Jer. 16:13; 21:10) 8. Destruction of first temple (2 Chron. 7:19–22) 9. Return from Babylon (Is. 6:11–13; 48:20) 10. Destruction of second temple (Matt. 24:2; Luke 19:43–44) 11. Scattered among all nations (Lev. 26:33–34; Ezek. 12:15) 12. Persecution and oppression (Lev. 26:36–39) 13. Regathering from all nations (Is. 11:11–12; Zech. 10:9–10) B. Prophecy yet to be fulfilled 1. All nations against Jerusalem (Zech. 12:2–3; 14:1–2) 2. Supernatural revelation of Messiah (Zech. 12:10–14) 3. Messiah comes in glory (Zech. 14:3–5) Already 81% fulfilled III. Restoration Predicted A. To be fulfilled in “latter days” (Jer. 30:1–7, 24b) B. Rejection and acceptance in the same place (Hos. 1:10) C. Ezekiel 36 outlines the process 1. Sins in their own land (v. 16–18) 2. Scattered they dishonor God (v. 19–20) 3. God will intervene for the honor of His name (v. 21–23) 4. God will regather them (v. 24) 5. Sprinkle clean water (v. 25) 6. New heart and spirit—flesh for stone (v. 26) 7. My spirit—to produce obedience (v. 27) 8. Climax: Dwell—My people—your God (v. 28) 9. Further mercies (v. 29–30) 10. Repentance and contrition (v. 31) 11. For the sake of God’s name (v. 32) 12. Full restoration of the land (v. 33–36) 13. “I will” 18 times (v. 23–30) 14. Specific prayer required (v. 37–38) D. The remnant appointed for salvation (Rom. 9:27–28) E. First the Gentiles—then Israel (Rom. 11:25–26) IV. Response: Align With God’s Purpose A. Fate of the nations that refuse (Is. 60:12)
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