Jerusalem: Where Empires Die - Lester Sumrall
What significance does Jerusalem hold for Christians? Why do Jews and Muslims fight to gain control? Revered as sacred by three major world religions—Christianity, Judaism, and Islam—Jerusalem has been a magnet for political and religious strife. Although its name means “peace,” the city’s history is one of bloodbaths and warfare. Yet Jerusalem seems to exert a strange and beautiful fascination.
Lester Sumrall, who visited Jerusalem more than a hundred times and lived there with his family for a time, portrays the mystical nature of this magnificent city in Jerusalem: Where Empires Die. Using a three-part format, he discusses the religious significance of Jerusalem’s history, the city itself, and the prophecies fulfilled and yet to be fulfilled there.
(Soft Cover, Trade Paper – 125 Pages)