The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil and the Tree of Life represent the basic conflicts between the powers of darkness and the kingdom of God. This book is a study of the fundamental differences between these two trees, and how they still affect our lives today.As we proceed toward the consummation of this age, the struggle that began in the Garden of Eden will reach its zenith. With each passing day, it becomes more crucial for us to understand the battle that is raging for the heart and soul of every human being. If you are resolved to stand for the truth and to confront the darkness of our time, you will be helped by this book. 220 pages, softcover from Morning Star.
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Review 1 for There Were Two Trees in the Garden
Date:August 13, 2010
I agree with the previous reviewer 'Raek'. I was ministering in Slovakia a few years ago and God put it on my heart to speak about the Two Trees. So when I saw Rick Joyner's book I decided to read it. I really enjoyed it. Rick seems to cover almost everything.I was surprised to see the original print date of 1985 but the subjects and topics he writes about are timeless.I really appreciated that his writing was 'corrective' yet not condemning at all, in fact mostly positive, even when he was pointing out the problems in the Church.I plan to buy at least ten and give them away. (Raek I am in Switzerland too
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Review 2 for There Were Two Trees in the Garden
Date:March 5, 2010
One of the best books I've ever read. Helped me to understand many things in the bible. I believe much of it really comes from God. It leads to Jesus and to the bible. To humbleness and persistence. Even though it's Joyner's very first book, it is still adressing many actual topics of today, such as mistakes of the popular faith teaching ("name and claim", as teached by Kenyon, Hagin and Osborn in the past, and unfortunately by many actual teachers - because it promises quick "biblical" solutions without the need of really really following Jesus in life). But most of all it is about the ways of the heart and the ways of the flesh. And finding God.