"The Revelation of Israel" by Rachel Rebecca Baxter

 (I have not read this book)

About the Book

Book: The Revelation of Israel

Author: Rachel Rebecca Baxter

Genre: Christian Non-Fiction

Release date: January, 2022

In the Revelation of Israel, God’s plan to regather His people from all 12 Tribes of Israel is unveiled.  He promises to, again, raise up the Josephs, so that His lost children from the 10 Tribes of the Northern Kingdom of Israel may know who they are, be provided for, and protected through the Tribulation, which is nearly upon us.

 Author Interview

1. Do you have a special writing area?
I did not set out to be an author, necessarily. My professional career
is engineering and process improvement. I wrote my first book, Lifted
Up, My Whole Hearted Testimony, as a part of my own growth
process. I felt like the Lord had taken me through a profound life-
change and I wanted to share with others the hope that I had found in
inner-healing. The Revelation of Israel, my second book, was a writing
that HAD to come forth or I think I would have just exploded! Again,
there was this thing inside my gut that the Lord shaped and molded
until it needed to come forth… I guess a lot like a birthing process. As
a mom of 4, I know the pain that is required to do that and also the
deep reward. So I would say that my “special area” is my own life
experience and the journey that the Lord has taken me on. I share
from the areas where I have pursued a deep revelation. These
pursuits have taken years, not months.
2. How do you balance writing time with the demands of life/family?
The first draft of The Revelation of Israel was written in two weeks
over Christmas break 2021. It literally poured out of me.
Surprisingly, my husband and kids hardly noticed. I would write when
the Lord seemed to create opportunities for me. I did it from a place
of rest in Him which meant that I was not striving to do it. I did not
have a timeline I had to meet. Honestly, it was the easiest thing.
Most pages wrote themselves through the help of Holy Spirit.
What was a bit harder was the revision & editing process and then the
publishing time commitments that came after the fact. It was harder
only because those are not my favorite things to do!
I have always been a strong multi-tasker. I am able to bounce
between things pretty easily. This comes in handy when trying to
balance work and parenting, while also chasing after the things of God.
3. What kind of research do you do?
So much of The Revelation of Israel comes directly from Scripture. To
support what the Word is saying, and to leverage the understanding
that others carry, I enjoy leveraging the internet to search specific
topics. I grew up using the Dewey-decimal system. The power of
information we now have at our fingertips is staggering. Why not use
On my journey with this material, I also had the opportunity to
interact with other researchers and authors who had insight that I did
not have which was very helpful.
Lastly, I would say that we are fortunate to be living at a time where
we are seeing the pages of Revelation unfolding in our world and
testified to in our daily headlines. It’s incredible the way that current
events substantiate Bible prophecy.
4. How long do you spend researching before beginning a book?
The Lord began opening up specific scriptures to me over a period of
years. I was drawn to the Old Testament to the point where my best
friend told me I needed more Jesus! I couldn’t get enough of Isaiah,
Daniel and Ezekiel for a time. The Lord began speaking to me through
His still small voice prophetically. It was like a puzzle that He was
asking me to solve where He would give me a few pieces at a time and
I really had no idea what the final picture was going to be until the end
of 2021 when I knew the book needed to be written. I had the picture
and I knew that He would give me the words!

5. Do you have any writing quirks?
This may not be a good thing, but my friends tell me that I write like I
speak. And, because most of us speak like we think, formulating a
clear, concise sentence paragraph-by-paragraph can be difficult. My
thoughts tend to come to me about a dozen at a time. Obviously, my
heart is that the reader would be able to follow what I am saying and
be able to formulate their own clear picture of what I am sharing. I
apologize for word-spraying if I’ve subjected you to that!
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About the Author

Rachel Baxter has a professional background in engineering, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Industrial Engineering, and an MBA.  Rachel currently works in the field of business process consulting with over 20 years of experience.

Rachel grew up in the Lutheran Church where she was baptized, confirmed, and married.  She was born again and spirit-filled in 2014 when she received inner healing through a ministry called One Whole Heart in Omaha, Nebraska.  She now serves as an elder and volunteer for this ministry.  Rachel also serves her local church in various capacities.

Rachel is married to Garrick, and they have 4 children from elementary to high school age.  Rachel led a Christian school and homeschool coop called Valor for 5 years.  This was a missional spirit-led school where every day began with worship, and the children were taught to hear and follow the voice of the Lord, as Jesus said, “My sheep hear my voice and follow me!” Rachel continues to have a heart for Kingdom youth education.

When she was baptized in the Holy Spirit, Rachel began to have dreams and visions from the Lord.  He began to speak with her about the days that are ahead, the time before   Jesus returns, so that she could write them down and release the prophetic words for those who were willing to hear.  Rachel has received several angelic visitations.  (A primary purpose of an angel is to be a messenger.) An angel of the Lord came to Rachel to tell her that she was, “Called to see that which was coming upon the Earth and to tell others what is coming.”  This book is an act of obedience to that call.


More from Rachel

It’s been a year since I co-labored with the Lord to write this work.  I have used it myself on a weekly basis as a reference.  There is so much insight here that is beyond me.  The Lord, in His glorious wisdom, is able to make the complicated and mysterious – clear and beautiful when He takes His truth and allows us to absorb it into our bones.  This is the essence of a revelation!  The Revelation of Israel is God’s story of His plans written before time began.  It starts with a people under Father Abraham who were meant to know their God.  Those people fell short in every way and were scattered across the earth.  We know that Jesus came to redeem God’s people to Himself through His atoning sacrifice – but the story of God does not end there.  God’s story has continued the last 2,000 years and is about to be fulfilled in the last seven years of tribulation on the earth that culminates with the return of the Lion of the Tribe of Judah at the last trump!

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To celebrate her tour, Rachel is giving away the grand prize package of a $100 Amazon gift card with copy of book!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.