Wednesday, April 6, 2011

The Battle for One Elect By Dr. Simon Hezekiah Kohein

Synopsis: The creature Satan has declared War on Almighty God. We are the prize. The evil one honors no convention; he wants you in Hell. Our Sovereign Father has provided for our free will and will not break integrity. Who is making decisions? Who is our defender? Dr. Kohein was born in Israel in 1944. This is his life in his own words as he eloquently shares with his deceased wife. There are no visions, no appearances of angels, no blinding lights, and no audible words spoken from heaven as the intense battle for his soul ensues. Dr. Kohein intimately demonstrates how God allows, even ordains, the enemy's severe assaults as those most precious are ripped away through death, birth, betrayal, spiritual wickedness, demon inspired false teachings.... Dr. Kohein is humbled into knowing that he is unable to recover from these wrongs. How should he respond?

Herein is hope. These are words to remember – you'll be moved throughout the entire letter. This story will haunt you. Stay awake. The Holy One is even now gathering us to himself.

Simon is a very religious man and very open about it. He really has had a tragic life. The book is a letter to his deceased wife Adina.
The very first chapter will have you in tears when he finds his beloved dead. He had new born twins, and his daughter Eliana meets him at the door saying "Mommy won't wake up".
The books is the story he is telling his wife. It is about their children's lives. There were points in the books, where I was completely lost as to who was whom?
I did love the way Simon expressed many times his love for his Lord. He had so many challenges raising these children, and a lot more as they became adults. I see Satan's hand in their constantly.
I would recommend this book, it is a wonderful "Love" story!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Tate Publishing. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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