Destiny" was written at the close of the eighties as an aid
to Bible prophecy students. It is written in simple, straight-forward
language by a layman for laymen. The author's father was
the traditional views of the Reformed Churches to a realisation of the
immutability of God's covenants and promises to the circumcised
Abraham Isaac and Jacob.
we have the culmination of two generations of study on this exciting
and absorbing subject. These two men have greatly rejoiced in the
salvation that has come to the gentiles through Israel's Messiah.
They have also felt a great debt of love to the Jewish people and Israel.
Destiny" is void of sensationalism and is not written out of a mere
fascination with Bible prophecy. It was written out of a great love for
the God of Israel and His faithfulness to His covenants and
"Forever oh Lord, Thy Word is settled in Heaven." (Psa