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In the Bible, Genesis 25 is the account of the birth of the twins Esau and Jacob. As the story goes, when grown, Esau came in from hunting and smelled the food Jacob prepared and traded his birthright for a bowl of stew (a “pottage of lentils”). The moral of the story? The spirit of Esau is the desire of the flesh – he was willing to trade his entire spiritual heritage for a fleeting comfort and pleasure of the moment. Esau, representing the flesh, is the father of the Edomites, while Jacob, who became Israel and a prince with God, represents the spirit of righteousness. When Esau traded his birthright, he was saying, in effect, “I would rather have a bowl of soup than have a relationship with God.”


How is this story relevant to Americans now? In today’s age of selfies and entitlements, sexual licentiousness and online vilification, and an out-of-control government that is usurping the role of God as the provider and protector, it is clear that the spirit of Esau is dominating our culture.


Bill Cloud’s sensational new book, “Esau Rising: Ancient Adversaries and the War for America’s Soul,” analyzes the characteristics and mindset of the biblical figure Esau and explains why these traits have prophetic ramifications for our day. And today only, WND readers can get a copy of “Esau Rising” for only $4.95 – a huge $12 discount off the regular $16.95 price!


In “Esau Rising,” author Bill Cloud relates the Esau mindset, worldview and characteristics to current political and societal developments transpiring in the world and particularly in the United States of America. Cloud skillfully explains how the spirit of Jacob has always been a light to the nations, a blessing to the people, and he offers hope for restoring righteousness and favor to this great country.


About the Author: Bill Cloud has served as chief researcher, writer and publications director for Perry Stone and Voice of Evangelism Ministries and is a featured speaker in venues throughout the country, appearing with notable teachers such as Hal Lindsay, J.R. Church, Jack Van Impe, John Hagee, the late Grant Jeffrey, Perry Stone, Tim LaHaye, Chuck Missler, the late Yacov Rambsel and Zola Levitt. Through Shoreshim Ministries, Cloud and his family have launched an effort to reintroduce Christians to the Jewish Y’shua and to educate believers in the Hebraic roots of their faith.


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That's right. Your eyes are not deceiving you. Right now, you can buy Bill Cloud's "Esau Rising: Ancient Adversaries and the War for America's Soul," normally $16.95, at a huge discount!


Until tonight at 10 p.m. Pacific, you can get your copy of this powerful book for only $4.95 – by taking advantage of this special offer, exclusively from WND.


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Important: For this very special $4.95 offer, you will receive a copy of “Esau Rising” as well as three free issues of Whistleblower magazine. Also included with your free issues will be a renewal notice for a one-year Whistleblower subscription. If you wish to renew, do nothing, and your credit or debit card will be charged the low annual renewal rate of only $39.95. (There's no risk, because at any time you can cancel your subscription for a full refund on the unused portion.) If you don't want to renew, simply cancel by calling 1-800-4WNDCOM (800-496-3266) or by emailing canceltrial@wnd.com before the charge date printed on the renewal card you'll receive. Either way, the book and the 3 free issues are yours to keep. (Only one copy of “Esau Rising” at this price per household. Offer good only in the U.S.)


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