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  1. Gateways to Torah

    Gateways to Torah

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  2. The Book of Ruth

    The Book of Ruth

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    This delightful version of The Book of Ruth includes the full text from the Complete Jewish Bible on the left page of the two-page spread. On the right are artful illustrations with brief story summaries that can be read to young children. Can be read any time during the year, but especially on Shavuot (Pentecost), the anniversary of the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai and when the Holy Spirit was poured out on Yeshua's disciples (Acts 2). The Book of Ruth points to Yeshua as the ultimate Kinsman Redeemer. Learn More
  3. The Exodus You Almost Passed Over

    The Exodus You Almost Passed Over

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    This Orthodox rabbi invites us to look at the Exodus story with fresh eyes, illuminating not just our past, but our future, telling of our freedom and of our destiny. This book uncovers secrets that lay hidden in this ancient saga, relevant for all believers today. Rabbi David Fohrman is a Torah scholar who is widely read in Messianic Jewish and Christian circles. He served as a writer for ArtScroll Publishers and taught Biblical Themes at The Johns Hopkins University. Learn More
  4. The Beast That Crouches at the Door

    The Beast That Crouches at the Door

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    What are we to learn from the narratives in the Torah? A walking, talking snake. A tree that bears mysterious knowledge of Good and Evil. A mark upon Cain for all to see. The early narratives in the Book of Genesis are familiar to us from childhood, yet the meaning of these stories often seem maddeningly elusive. For example: By forbidding Adam and Eve to eat from the Tree of Knowledge, did God really not want mankind to be able to distinguish right from wrong? This book examines the early stories in the Book of Genesis, calling attention to the big questions that bother us all, as well as to the hidden subtleties of text and language. As clues and questions are pieced together, deeper layers of meaning begin to emerge. In the end, the reader gains an experience in the richness and depth of Torah. Learn More
  5. Sermons from the Mount

    Sermons from the Mount

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  6. They Loved the Torah

    They Loved the Torah

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  7. A Messianic Commentary James the Just
  8. 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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  9. The Book of Esther

    The Book of Esther

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    This delightful version of The Book of Esther includes the full text from the Complete Jewish Bible on the left page of the two-page spread. On the right are artful illustrations with brief story summaries that can be read to young children. Can be read any time during the year, but especially during Purim, the festival that celebrates how Queen Esther risked her life and became a vessel for the deliverance of her people Israel. Though God is not mentioned, Mordecai and Esther humbled themselves before God by fasting and praying, which showed dependence upon him. God answered and delivered his people while bringing the proud Haman to justice. Learn More
  10. A Messianic Commentary: Yochanan (John) Presents the Revelation of Yeshua the Messiah -  by Rabbi Gavriel Lumbroso

    A Messianic Commentary: Yochanan (John) Presents the Revelation of Yeshua the Messiah - by Rabbi Gavriel Lumbroso

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    “Reading Revelation through genuine Jewish eyes is like watching TV in color for the first time.” The Book of Revelation is perhaps the most mysterious, difficult-to-understand book in all of the Bible. Scholar after scholar, theologian after theologian have wrestled with all the strange visions, images and messages given by Yochanan (John), one of Yeshua’s apostles. This book has been seen as prophecy, poetry or both. It’s been looked at as a book that reveals the precise time of Messiah’s return to Earth and it’s also been understood to be talking solely about the historical events of the day, the last part of the first century C.E. Because of the difficulty in getting an accurate understanding of what this critical book is all about, most people have shied away from reading it. Until now! Gavrel Lumbroso has come to the rescue. As a Messianic Jewish rabbi, who has written and taught extensively on the Jewish background of the Faith in Yeshua (Jesus), we have hope. By imagining what was in Yochahan’s mind as he interacted with the words of the Master, Messiah Yeshua, Rabbi Lumbroso has opened up the Book of the Revelation for perhaps the first time since the words were spoken to Yochanan. Learn More
  11. A Messianic Commentary:  Rabbi Paul Enlightens the Ephesians on Walking with Messiah Yeshua

    A Messianic Commentary: Rabbi Paul Enlightens the Ephesians on Walking with Messiah Yeshua

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    Covers such topics as the Jewish background of baptism, redemption and early worship services. Also addresses the relationship of Jews and non-Jews who form the messianic community. Likewise, practical ways to apply our faith to marriage, parenting and careers. Learn More
  12. The Queen You Thought You Knew

    The Queen You Thought You Knew

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    An in-depth exploration that will transform your understanding of Purim and the Book of Esther. Learn More
  13. A Messianic Commentary: Proverbs - Proverbial Wisdom & Common Sense

    A Messianic Commentary: Proverbs - Proverbial Wisdom & Common Sense

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    Why do people call Dr. Laura and write Dear Abby? They’re looking for effective solutions to everyday problems. Yet, the Bible has an entire book—the Book of Proverbs—devoted to this. Proverbial Wisdom & Common Sense makes the wisdom of Proverbs accessible, understandable and usable. It organizes the many sayings and explains their meanings in a way never done before. It contains • a compilation of sayings on love, money, laziness, dieting, anger, etc. • insights from rabbinic and Messianic Jewish sources • a ten-minute-a-day devotional plan for grasping the book and its wisdom • practical applications for each day’s topic • New Testament references to Proverbs’ principles Learn More
  14. 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 https://fromunderthejunipertree.wordpress.com/2017/09/09/a-bible-experience-the-complete-jewish-study-bible/comment-page-1/#comment-6 Learn More
  15. The Acts of the Emissaries

    The Acts of the Emissaries

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    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
  16. A Messianic Commentary Jude

    A Messianic Commentary Jude

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    Almost no other canonical book has been as neglected and overlooked as the Epistle of Jude. This little book may be small, but it has a big message that is even more relevant today as when it was originally written. Learn More
  17. Come and Worship

    Come and Worship

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  18. The Good News According to Matthew

    The Good News According to Matthew

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  19. Jewish New Testament

    Jewish New Testament

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  20. The Hem of His Garment

    The Hem of His Garment

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