Author: Ken Hepworth
Title: Their Blood Still Cries Out
Publication Date: November 2013
Ken has spent many years of his Christian life learning the effects of curses on people and land, and how we can be released from them. The consequences of these curses can seriously hinder the work of the Church if the spiritual roots of the problem are not dealt with. In this book, Ken explains how anti-Semitism, in particular, has brought with it a negative spiritual consequence for today’s Christian church and what our response ought to be if we are to experience the fullness of God’s blessing.
Ken’s book is an important manual providing insight, background information and practical instruction to intercessors involved in God’s plan of restoration for Israel. It is a useful tool to deeper understanding of this crucial topic revealing our authority and boundaries in relation to intercessory prayer.
President of Ebenezer Emergency Fund International
Ken Hepworth has written a great book about how the blood of millions of Jews murdered in the lands of Christendom still cries out and how we can repent and bring cleansing to the land. May the Lord bless this book to open the eyes and minds of many.
Rev. Willem J. J. Glashouwer
President of Christians for Israel International
Page Extent: 164pp
Format: 5.5×8.5” PB
Print ISBN: 9781909824034
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