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The 12 Books of Abraham


    This book was hasily written to meet a sudden need in the mission field, and specifically in Nyanza Province, Western Kenya, and was sponsored by New Covenant Ministries.

    It is therefore dedicated to the polygamous peoples of this and other regions of Africa and Asia who have been bypassed and stigmatised by the 'traditional' churches because of their 'unacceptable' though perfectly bibilical lifestyle.

    I am endebted to two of my wives who during the two weeks this work was prepared were going through enormous personal struggles - to my third wife who was giving birth to our third child at the time; and to my fourth wife who was diagnosed as having a serious life-long illness that was threatening to reduce her capacity to function as a housewife, mother and minister in the future, though by the grace of Yahweh the diagnosis proved subsequently to be erroneous. I salute their bravery. And finally, to my children who during this time indulged their father during his many hours of absence.

    Finally, I wish to thank my Heavenly Father, Yahweh, and His Son Yah'shua (Jesus) who in this, and all my other writings, have always been my driving force. May this little tome bring glory and honour to the name of Yahweh!

    This work is dedicated to my brothers and sisters of the lost tribes of Israel in Africa, and principally of the Houses of Judah and Levi who migrated there many centuries ago, many of whom are today located in modern Ethiopia, Somalia, Zimbabwe and elsewhere. This book is also dedicated to all those Africans seeking adoption into the House of Israel through the blood of Yah'shua our Messiah (Jesus Christ) and covenantal obedience to His Torah who respect and honour the ancient ways of our forefathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.


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