The Ezekiel Generation: The Father’s Heart for Israel and the Church in the Last Days – Book Review

The Ezekiel Generation by Grant BerryFresh Insight on the Roles of Jews and Gentiles in the Body of Yeshua/Jesus

Grant Berry proclaims a message of reconnection of Jew and Gentile in his book The Ezekiel Generation. The book is divided into three distinctive parts: understanding the mystery between Israel and the Church, understanding the disconnection and understanding the reconnection. Berry’s personal insights and God inspired revelations address the roles of Jews and Christian in God’s end-time plan.

In his first book, The New Covenant Prophecy, Berry unveils God’s purpose for Jewish peoples, the nation Israel and for Jewish Christians. Grant is a Jewish believer in Yeshua, Jesus the Messiah.

In a practical and compelling presentation, Berry takes the reader to the written, unchanging teaching of scripture as the basis of his premise and conclusions. In his discussion of the history of the church, Berry introduces healing, repentance and forgiveness in the body of Christ, end-time teaching and prophetic scriptures.

I was moved by the chapter titled, “The Father’s Heart,” as it is filled with an important discussion on prayer, model prayers of confession, renouncement, repentance, for pastors and leaders and for unity within the church. In the chapter, “The Ezekiel Generation,” Berry looks at God’s plan for showing Himself through the church. The final chapters of the book include important and vital suggestions for lifestyle Jewish evangelism.

The Ezekiel Generation is destined impact the global body of Christ in restoring God’s family in these end-times.

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  • A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

    About Richard R. Blake

    Richard R. Blake is the Co-Founder of Christian Education Resources. He owned and operated the Family Book Center of San Leandro, California for over 30 years. I am married to Thelma, a registered nurse, and father of four sons. I am now working as a freelance writer, editorial consultant, specializing in manuscript critiques and book reviews.

    • Bette Ann Towsley

      I’m very confused about how a person (Gentile-if you will), can also consider themselves a Jew and put themselves under the law that Jesus paid the price to “fulfill” Is there another meaning to fulfill other than paid in full? This would be something I would hope to find an answer to if I am able to read this book;