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  • Remnant Book 3 and Book 4


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    This bundle is for those who already have the first two books in Dr. Anne Davis' Remnant series. These are the final two books in this series, which will challenge you with provocative suggestions that will encourage your consideration and further study. This project has uncovered a breathtaking understanding of God and how He is drawing all of His people into His righteous presence. NOTE TO PARTNERS: You will receive these 2 books as a gift after you have read Books 1 and 2. Click the link below to email Anne Davis when you are ready.

  • The Remnant Book Series (Books 1-4)


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    NOTE: This is a special bundle package that includes all four of the Remnant books and is available EXCLUSIVELY through the BibleInteract store. Partners will receive Remnant Books 3 and 4 as a FREE GIFT once they confirm that they have read Books 1 and 2 (see below).

  • Remnant Part 4: The End of Time Revealed in Israel's Annual Festivals


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    Book 4 in the remnant series will answer many questions you have been asking. How will all of God’s children by saved? What role will the remnant play? How are Israel’s annual festivals prophetic? When and how will God completely fulfill His promise to bless the Gentiles? The author cautions you to read Books 1-3 first for full comprehension.

  • Remnant Part 3: The Remnant in the Great Tribulation and the Millennial Kingdom


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    Using ancient methods of searching for depth of meaning, and considering the artistic nature of the biblical text, Book 3 discloses what Anne Davis has uncovered about the Great Tribulation and the Millennial Kingdom, which often diverges from traditional understanding.

  • Experiencing Jonah: A Spiritual Discussion Guide


    This spiritual discussion guide for the book of Jonah is a compendium to the commentary of Jonah developed by the Rev. Dr. Michael Koplitz. That commentary was developed using the ancient methods of studying Scripture that the followers of our Lord and Savior Yeshua (Jesus’ Hebrew name) used. By using this method of understanding Scripture, you will be able to understand what Yeshua’s followers thought about Scripture.

  • A Commentary on Jonah using Ancient Bible Study Methods


    Dr. Michael Koplitz developed this commentary using ancient Bible study methods. This is a great reference for anyone wanting to study the Book of Jonah.

  • Intrinsic Investing


    Intrinsic investing is based on the concept that an asset is worth what it pays or saves the owner, and not on the market price.

  • Prayers to Turn a Nation: From the Structure of Malachi


    The Book of Malachi was written to turn a wayward nation back to God. In approximately 430 B.C., the nation of Judah was plagued by seven sinful attitudes that were captured in the literary structure of the book. With each sin is a spiritual solution, applicable to nations today. From the structure of Malachi comes prayers to address each of these sins and turn a nation back to God.

  • Jesus, the Gospel, and the 2016 Orlando Shooting: One Christian's Perspective


    The 2016 Orlando Shooting was the worst in the history of the United States. Many theories were proposed as to the cause of the shooting, but one aspect that was not extensively investigated was the spiritual significance of what happened. This small book looks at clues from the Bible in order to try and understand the incident from a spiritual perspective.

  • A Comparison between Western/Greek Bible Study and Hebraic Bible Study


    Final Dissertation of Michael H. Koplitz. A comparison between western/Greek Bible study and Hebraic Bible study. Why is it necessary to study the Bible in the same way the followers of Yeshua did?

  • Maximum World Impact: Through Mini Parachurch Ministries


    This book demonstrates how a handful of ordinary Christians can make a tremendous impact either overseas or domestically by running a mini–parachurch ministry with no paid staff.

  • Remnant Part 2: A Remnant of the Church


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    Contrary to traditional thinking that all believers in Christ will be raptured during the Great Tribulation, this study explains that God is in the process of selecting a remnant, both from Israel and from Gentile believers in Christ. Who will participate in the remnant and what role will they play? This provocative book proposes the answers.

  • Remnant Part 1: Israel's Inheritance


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    Dr. Davis will lead us on a journey that includes an introduction to the ancient artistry of language in the biblical text, the inheritance of the birthright, and ultimately connects the inheritance of the birthright with a remnant. She then explores the concept of a remnant in Genesis 1-6, demonstrates how the biblical narrative often conveys prophetic messages of future events, and highlights challenging passages from the Prophets and the Writings that help us understand what God expects of those whom he finds worthy and their future role in God’s great Plan of Redemption.

  • Promises from the Olive Tree

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    Gleaning health and hope from the tree that can survive flood, fire, drought, frost, snow, and transplantation!

  • Recovering Ancient Methods of Bible Study


    Learn and practice first century methods of searching the Scriptures so you can uncover a depth of understanding from God’s Word.

  • All Israel will be Saved: Paul's Midrash in Romans 9-11


    Romans 9-11 may be the most perplexing portion of the Pauline Epistles. These three chapters are teeming with citations from the Hebrew Scriptures. Paul’s purpose for the quotations is often obscure, the logic of his reasoning is confusing, and attempts to understand what he is telling us can be frustrating. Dr. Anne Davis has recovered ancient Hebraic methods of searching the Scriptures, which penetrate Paul's mysteries and explain how "all Israel will be saved."

  • Uncovering Mysteries of the Parables with Haggadic Midrash

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    Haggadic Midrash is an ancient Hebraic method for uncovering a depth of meaning from Scripture, which was used by Jesus (Yeshua) in the New Testament parables. Haggadic Midrash draws from the Old Testament in order to retell the story in a creative and artistic way. The purpose is to instruct God’s children how to walk in the Kingdom of God in their lives today.


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