Name Change

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Monday 5th April 2010

'80s artist David Eastman become David Israel

BRITISH Christian pop artist David Eastman, who in 1985 had the album 'The Hands Of God' released on Window Records, has changed his name to David Israel. 'The Hands Of God' album will be re-released on CD on 30th April. David is also working on new material which he plans to release in the summer. CR

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Posted by susan @ 22:13 on May 6 2018

is he still singing? I cant seem to find him anywhere..

Reply by Don in Chicago @ 17:02 on Feb 14 2019

Check out episode 95

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Posted by Steven Het in florida @ 03:38 on May 13 2017

The Hands of God is an awesome album. Where can you get the rereleased CD?

Posted by David Alan in Texas @ 18:16 on Sep 15 2010

Hey brother thanks for your awesome contribution to the ccm we have enjoyed. Your album "The Hands Of God" is a super blessed uplift - a celebration of God & from God our Father !

Interested to see your name change decision - great idea - can you share what motivated that here ?

Our understanding of late has awakened to the Truth that 'if you are in Christ, then you are Abraham's seed and heirs according to what was promised' - and being that there is 'no male or female, no greek or jew, but all are one in Christ Jesus', then it seems like God is in the New Covenant expanding what it means to be "Israel" - that Abraham would be the 'Father of many nations'.

Would it not make sense that all Christians today, are in effect "Israel" - according to the spirit & word, not reckoned according to the flesh alone.

I think the reason I stumbled over this Truth for so long is having the 'default' setting in the wordly mind, reckoning according to the flesh.

Praise God for what he is doing in the world.

Psalm 2 & Psalm 110 - he's the KING of the Universe, and the 'King on the holy hill of Zion', despite the world being a bit slow to catch on.

In Him, David Alan 'Israel'

Reply by Millie in USA @ 03:10 on Oct 28 2015

a little slow... reckoning the flesh more than ever now.are you?

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