In the Isles of the Sea

  • Published: April 2006
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 332
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781412074179
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In the Isles of the Sea is undoubtedly the most revealing book on Biblical prophecy in recent years. It has grown out of thirty years of research and the author's intense desire to know the fact concerning the link between Biblical and Secular history surrounding the British and American peoples.

William Walker has made an exciting breakthrough in the ultimate deciphering of Biblical prophecies. Firstly, he unravels the mystery of Isaiah's prophecies, rearranging the chapters and verses into a connected scenario of Secular and Biblical history beginning as far back as 2000 BC to our present day.

The end result is a picture which shows that Isaiah foresaw in one bold sweep across the centuries, beginning with ancient Hebrew migrations followed by the dispersion of the Ten Tribed House of Israel to the Isles of the Sea representing the focus of his message. Isaiah then provides us with a telescopic preview of the march of the House of Israel through the pages of history, from his day, to our present day and beyond and how through the march of time they lost their identity, only to re-emerge in a new location and with a new identity in the British people and nation.

The British Isles was ever a magnet for the early Hebrews and tribes of Israel, they arrived as Celts, Scythians, Angles, Saxons, Vikings, Norsemen and Normans but they were all from one hive.

The author shows how they were all welded together to form one 'Great' Nation, with their emancipation and growth, destined to fulfil God's purpose, becoming a colonizing race which was to develop in a 'Great' empire.

Within that 'Picture' Isaiah also foresaw the birth of America and the restoration of the Gospel, even beyond that to the first and second world wars, and eventually preceding the second advent of the Saviour.

And if this is not enough! William Walker reveals his remarkable interpretation of Biblical 'Time' prophecies found mostly in the books of Daniel and Revelation and how they compliment Isaiah's prophecies, showing that the invisible hand of God is in charge of the affairs of the earth - not Mortals.

This book makes compelling reading and is a must for all serious students of history and prophecy.

In the Isles of the Sea also contains twenty seven illustrations, charts and diagrams.

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