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  1. Psalms & Proverbs

    Psalms & Proverbs


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  2. Sayings of the Fathers

    Sayings of the Fathers


    The Mishnah tractate Pirkei Avot or Sayings of the Fathers is a compilation of wise sayings, proverbs, and anecdotes dating from the Third Century B.C.E.-Third Century C.E., forming much of the basis of ancient Jewish ethics. Many important parallels can be seen between remarks made in the Pirkei Avot and the wisdom sayings or teachings of Yeshua the Messiah, James the Just, and the Apostles Peter and Paul. In the Jewish community today, the Pirkei Avot are traditionally read and considered during the seven weeks between the festivals of Passover and Shavuot. Sayings of the Fathers: A Messianic Perspective on Pirkei Avot takes readers through not just one, but two years of fifty-day reflections, and six bonus days, of some of the ancient wisdom seen in this valuable text. You will not only be introduced to some of the key views present in the Apostolic period, but also be able to weigh the value that the Jewish Sages have in your own personal study and reflection upon the Holy Scriptures. Be prepared to join into an ancient discussion that spans the ages as you reflect on these words. Be blessed as your faith and outlook on the world are enriched, and you have more to take to your Heavenly Father in prayer! 320 pages. Learn More
  3. Complete Jewish Bible Giant Print

    Complete Jewish Bible Giant Print


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    NEW features of this Bible: Updated text and an introduction for each book of the bible written from a biblically Jewish perspective.



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  4. Is Christ Really The End of the Law? Drs. Jeffrey and Barri Cae Seif

    Is Christ Really The End of the Law? Drs. Jeffrey and Barri Cae Seif


    As you shall see, there are few Pauline statements more controversial and challenging than Romans 10:4, specifically the meaning of the word τέλοςtelos. 

    The verse has traditionally been rendered, “For Christ is the end of the Law for righteousness to everyone who believes.” Some say, “For the goal at which the Torah aims is the Messiah.” Others prefer new beginning. Still others offer, “For Messiah is the end of the Torah, that everyone who has faith may be justified” or “Messiah is the culmination of the Torah so that there may be righteousness for everyone believes.” 

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  5. Complete Jewish Study Bible

    Complete Jewish Study Bible

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    A One-of-a-Kind Study Bible that reconnects readers with the Jewishness of the Scriptures, using the updated Complete Jewish Bible text by David H. Stern. Commentary is used from the 'Jewish New Testament Commentary' by David H. Stern along with commentary notes and articles from leading Scholars listed below. General Editor: Rabbi Barry Rubin Theological Editor: Dr. John Fischer Enjoy this GREAT review! (Copy and paste) A Bible Experience: The Complete Jewish Study Bible Learn More
  6. The Acts of the Emissaries

    The Acts of the Emissaries


    First Century C.E./A.D. Messianic Jewish Believers in the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) turned the world upside down. This is so potently portrayed in author Luke’s 18,374 words that the book has come to be known as The Acts of the Apostles (Emissaries). Luke was a physician, a careful historian, and showed a deep knowledge about Jewish laws and customs in the land of Israel and the Temple. His recording of the Spirit-filled birth and explosive growth of Messianic Judaism is divided in half: chapters 1-12 focus on Kefa (Peter) in Jewish regions, while chapters 13-28 concern themselves with Sha’ul (Paul) in largely Gentile regions. The known world of the First Century was not turned upside down because Yeshua-followers all believed the same thing. The inclusion of Gentiles in the plan of God and how both Jewish and Gentile Believers were to work out questions of their identity and relationship to one another in a pagan world — with opposing claims from both Jewish and Roman leadership — sparked much debate, conflict, and controversy about faith and practice. Even amidst imprisonments, rioting and personality conflicts, Dr. Luke details the influence of Ruach Hakodesh (the Holy Spirit) in all of this. In short, the faith of these early Yeshua-followers was demonstrated daily in tangible, practical ways. They fed the hungry, healed the sick, clothed the naked, invited strangers into their homes, visited prisoners, etc… Truly, when the world around them looked closely at those who said they believed the claims to deity and of messiahship from an obscure Jewish teacher from a backwater of the empire, their lives were different. The declaration of their faith wasn’t solely with words but with actions. The “Good News” was something which could be seen, felt and experienced … and the world had never seen anything like it. So radically different were those who followed this Yeshua, this Messiah (“Christ,”) that they were called the “Christ-like Ones,” or “Christians.” In the First Century, this word was understood in a biblical/Jewish context. Thus, for a Jew or Gentile to be called a Christian was connecting oneself very specifically to an active Jewish faith which recognized Yeshua as the promised/prophesied Messiah and Savior/Redeemer for Israel and the nations. Unfortunately, by the Third Century, the word Christian had completely lost its original Jewish understanding or context. Even today, the word Christian, though an endearing title to many, carries a hugely negative connotation for those of Hebrew descent and no longer effectively defines Jewish followers of Yeshua, who much prefer to be regarded as Messianic Jews. For over 40 years, Believers of Jewish descent in the Messiah have been congregating in hundreds of communities worldwide in response to the call of Ruach Hakodesh, believing it’s time to set the record straight concerning the Jewish Messiah. This book consists of a collection of my Shabbat (Sabbath) sermons based on the Book of Acts prepared and delivered to my faith community, Tree of Life, a Messianic Jewish congregation in San Diego, California several years ago. I do not consider this work by any means to be a complete exegetical commentary or a comprehensive academic analysis. Instead, this is a compilation of practical messages whose intended audience is Messianic Believers (Jewish or otherwise), and anyone curious about a Messianic Jewish perspective on Acts. Learn More
  7. Capacitar a un nino

    Capacitar a un nino


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  8. The Revolt of Rabbi Morris Cohen

    The Revolt of Rabbi Morris Cohen


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  9. The Conversation

    The Conversation

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  10. The Ox, The Ass & The Oyster

    The Ox, The Ass & The Oyster


    The Ox... The Ass... The Oyster Learn More
  11. His Names Are Wonderful

    His Names Are Wonderful


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  12. God and Women

    God and Women


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  13. You Bring the Bagels, I`ll Bring the Gospel

    You Bring the Bagels, I`ll Bring the Gospel


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  14. The World To Come

    The World To Come


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  15. Praying Like the Jew, Jesus

    Praying Like the Jew, Jesus


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  16. Blessing the King of the Universe

    Blessing the King of the Universe


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  17. Growing to Maturity

    Growing to Maturity


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  18. Divine Reversal

    Divine Reversal


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  19. Voices of Messianic Judaism Confronting Critical Issues Facing a Maturing Movement Dan Cohn-Sherbok, General Editor Regular Price $15.99
  20. Train Up a Child

    Train Up a Child


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