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by Elwood McQuaid

  • ISBN: 0915540665
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Elwood McQuaid
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry (October 20, 2000)
  • Pages: 347 pages
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 443
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But the story does not end there. It goes on over the next five decades, as he finds a job, marries, and continues to be called into service in the Israeli army.

McQuaid is the author of numerous books, including ZVI: THE MIRACULOUS STORY OF TRIUMPH OVER THE HOLOCAUST, which was a 2001 Gold Medallion Book Award Finalist. But the story does not end there. His incredible skill and brave dedication as a sapper in the Israeli army through the course of 5 wars earns him respect and friendship. But there is a shocking twist to the story.

Excellent telling of the story of a survivor of the Holocaust and how God had His hand on him throughout WWII and the founding of the new nation Israel. Alma rated it it was amazing Sep 10, 2016.

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Now ZVI and the sequel, ZVI and the Next Generation, are combined in a new book, ZVI: The Miraculous Story of Triumph Over the Holocaust. This is a book you will find difficult to lay down. 8 people like this topic.

Now ZVI and the sequel, ZVI and the Next Generation, are combined in a new book, ZVI: The Miraculous Story of Triumph Over . This is a very thought-provoking book that demonstrates how God works even in the most desperate situations

Now ZVI and the sequel, ZVI and the Next Generation, are combined in a new book, ZVI: The Miraculous Story of Triumph Over the Holocaust. Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry. This is a very thought-provoking book that demonstrates how God works even in the most desperate situations. What drives one man to despair is for another man the path to life. It makes me re-evaluate my own life and to see how God has been at work.

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Elwood McQuaid served for thirteen years as the executive director of The Friends of Israel.

Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Elwood McQuaid served for thirteen years as the executive director of The Friends of Israel. Mr. McQuaid is one of America's foremost spokesmen on current trends and events involving the Middle East and Israel and is a frequent contributor to international publications, including The Jerusalem Post.

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This 2001 Gold Medallion Book Award Finalist is the compelling and true story of how a 10-year-old Jewish boy survives the Holocaust, finds life-transforming faith in the Messiah, and becomes God’s man on the streets of Jerusalem. It is a story you’ll find difficult to lay down. Experience the history of modern Israel from 1948 to the present through the eyes of Zvi, a miracle man in a miracle land. More Books by Elwood McQuaid. More ways to shop: Visit an Apple Store, call 1-800-MY-APPLE, or find a reseller.

For more than half a century, ZVI has endured as the best-selling book produced by the ministry of The Friends of Israel. Millions of people have been touched, inspired, and encouraged by this story of a World War II waif in Warsaw, Poland. As a 10-year-old Jewish boy, Zvi was separated from his parents and forced to face the trials of survival in Adolph Hitler's crazed world. How he triumphed against all odds and found his way to Israel and faith in the Messiah is one of the greatest stories of our time. Now ZVI and the sequel, ZVI and the Next Generation, are combined in a new book, ZVI: The Miraculous Story of Triumph Over the Holocaust. The whole story -- together at last and updated with new information that will thrill your heart. This is a book you will find difficult to lay down.
Reviews about ZVI : The Miraculous Story of Triumph Over the Holocaust (7):
Manris
I will start by saying that I am generally a slow reader and sometimes don't finish books. This book was so good that I was captivated and moved by this true story that I finished it in record time (for me, that is). The real miracle is the working of God. In the face of so much adversity Zvi, Jewish by birth, became a true believer and witness for God. He was a real inspiration and affected the lives of so many around him with God on his side. It is a well-written factual story set during World War II starting in Poland with the Holocaust. Zvi (not his birth name) lost everything and had to struggle and survive against all odds. He finally makes it to the new established state of Israel only to face more adversity from his own people even while he fought for his country as he became a strong Christian witness. His testimony will inspire and uplift any Christian with whatever life's problems to develop a stronger relationship with God, to understand that God has a plan and purpose, and to be a true witness for Him.
porosh
This is a heartbreaking but still fascinating and somehow uplifting tale of a young Jewish boy who survived the Holocaust all alone, by his own wits. After finally escaping the hell in Europe and making it almost all the way to British "Palestine" by ship, he and his fellow refugee shipmates are interned on Cyprus.

At the dawn of the modern Jerusalem 3,000: THE POISONER'S AGENDAJewish state he finally reaches the land of Israel only to be immediately thrown into combat, unprepared, untrained, but knowing there is no alternative but to fight again for survival, this time against five attacking Arab nations.

But the story does not end there. It goes on over the next five decades, as he finds a job, marries, and continues to be called into service in the Israeli army. His incredible skill and brave dedication as a sapper in the Israeli army through the course of 5 wars earns him respect and friendship.

But there is a shocking twist to the story. This man, a Jew, an Israeli citizen, a trusted Israeli soldier, had been irreligious as a youth. He'd never studied Hebrew. Dumped on the shores of the struggling state as a teenager, he largely teaches himself Hebrew, using a classic text, the Hebrew Bible. How this affects his world-view, his marriage, his children, his neighbors, is a story unto itself.

Olivia Rodan Jacobs, author of Jerusalem 3000, The Poisoner's Agenda --- [...]
Gorisar
This is one of the most riveting and jolting books I have ever read. (twice) It is one of my all time favorites, and highly recommended for a clear picture of one survivor of the most gruesome attack on millions of human lives in our history. Mr. Zvi Kalisher was chosen of God to bring a strong message of redemption and faith. A must read.
Kanrad
This is not a novel, but it almost sounds like one. The life of a boy in the Warsaw Ghetto during WW II is full of drama, and this boy had more than his share. But his common sense and quick-thinking preserved him. His experiences in trying to reach Israel are frustrating, but he finally makes it and later becomes a Christian. His training in the military stood him in good stead for many, many years. This is a wonderfully-written biography of a truly remarkable man.
Zacki
I had read a barrage of Elwood McQuaid's editorials and articles in his magazine, Israel My Glory, but I never had the slightest idea that he has such a superlative gift for telling a story. In short, McQuaid make's Zvi's life really come to life. To write a biography so that it becomes a book you can't put down takes real skill, and McQuaid has all the requisites of such skill, and then some.

The other thing that struck me about the book, besides the incredible life of Zvi himself, was the faithfulness of Jesus Christ in teaching his servant virtually one-on-one directly by the Holy Spirit and the written word, so that Zvi's testimony is one of true experience, not just some rote doctrine he learned in church or religion. I can't recommend this book enough, not only to believers, but to unbelievers and atheists as well, as nobody with a pulse can help but being inspired by it.
Yozshunris
I knew of Zvi from his magazine column and always assumed he had been sheltered by "Righteous Gentile" Christians during the Holocaust and came to faith because of them. I couldn't have been more wrong. He had the worst kind of abrupt end to his childhood and survived without a concentration camp experience by keeping his head down and using his wits. His parents agreed to send him to an orphanage, hoping he would survive. He was, in fact, the only member of his family who did survive the Holocaust, but the orphanage closed not long after he was taken there.

After searching for his family and finding no trace of them when the war ended, he took the opportunity to try to go to Israel. Zvi also helped me see the British detention centers in a new light too. He learned from Israeli military leaders how to fight while interned in the camps.

Zvi studied the scriptures diligently for himself and his faith came from an honest search for truth. He knew going in that he would suffer for that faith, but he embraced faith in Yeshua Messiah because he was convinced that He is the Way the Truth, and the Life--and he loved the people who persecuted him in beautiful and creative ways.

I highly recommend this book. It is a true story of triumph coming out of tragedy.
Vudogal
A good story. More the story of Zvi's Christian journey than a Holocaust story. Very interesting from the perspective of early Israeli culture, offers insight into aspects of every day life you don't encounter many other places. I didn't realize there were little enclaves of Christians and their churches in Israel during the early days of the nation. It was also very interesting to read about how others reacted to the Christians, many of whom were "Hebrew Christians." Definitely worth the read.

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