The Jonathan Parables

by Elsa Papulot


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/4/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781504339391
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781504339414

About the Book

Jonathan began receiving dreams from God in the form of parables thirty years ago. Follow his wondrous, tragic journey as he walks out the revelation of these parables in his own life. It takes him thirty years to unravel the interpretation of these divine messages, and when he finally does, he realizes that he is part of an Elijah Ministry the Holy Spirit is raising in the Church of the twenty-first century. Jonathan learns that his role in the church is to “turn the hearts of the fathers to their children” (Luke 1:17). In order to accomplish this, he must overcome an onslaught of attacks from the spiritual world. Watch as Jonathan unwittingly falls victim to the tactics of the demons Asmodeus, Lilith, and Jezebel, and receives help from the archangel Raphael, who was assigned to watch over Jonathan since the day he nearly drowned as an infant. Listen to Jesus discuss the events of Jonathan’s life with Raphael as the Lord explains the ministry Jonathan is called to fulfill, and the strategy Satan devises with his demons to thwart the prophet’s purpose on earth. Jonathan has always imagined himself a heroic knight in the service of righteousness. His imagination, however, pales in comparison to the truth: he has been called into the service of the Lord, where he battles spiritual dragons far more real—and powerful—than any of the monsters ever created in his imagination. In the end, Jonathan will prove to be either a true hero, worthy of preparing the way for the Lord, or one of the many would-be prophets that Satan and Jezebel have vanquished throughout human history.


About the Author

Elsa serves in the teaching and healing ministries at Vineyard Church in Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Papulot has been part of the prophetic ministry in the church for thirty years, working to “turn the hearts of the fathers to their children” (Luke 1:17).