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226685: Yeshua: A Guide to the Real Jesus and the Original Church Yeshua: A Guide to the Real Jesus and the Original Church
By Dr. Ron Moseley / Messianic Jewish Publishers

This book is a guide to the real Jesus and the original Church. The early leaders of the Church were all Jewish. The original Church was organized around the pattern of the Jewish synagogue and Yeshua (Jesus) used numerous Jewish idioms in his teachings and was, perhaps, a Pharisee himself. Dr. Moseley illuminates the Jewish background of Yeshua and the Church in this best-selling book. Must reading for every believer.

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781402: Jesus Didn"t Have Blue Eyes: Reclaiming Our Jewish Messiah Jesus Didn't Have Blue Eyes: Reclaiming Our Jewish Messiah
By Derek Leman / Messianic Jewish Publishers


781419: Paul Didn"t Eat Pork: Reappraising Paul the Pharisee Paul Didn't Eat Pork: Reappraising Paul the Pharisee
By Derek Leman / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Was Paul the inventor of Christianity? Did he leave Judaism to form the doctrines of a new religion?

Derek Leman writes from a Messianic Jewish perspective, presenting Paul as a Torah-faithful follower of the Jewish Messiah. Yet Paul was called to the non-Jewish peoples to bring the good news of Yeshua (Jesus). Leman explains Paul's practice in Acts, his distinction between Jewish and Gentile relationship to Torah, and how his letters reflect the way of life he taught non-Jews in Christ.
Ch 1: Paul, the Misunderstood Pharisee
Ch 2: Paul Against the Torah?
Ch 3: Acts and Paul
Ch 4: Beginning to Understand Galatians
Ch 5: Unraveling the Drama of Galatians
Ch 6: Romans, Israel and the Gentiles
Ch 7: Ephesians 2, One New Man
Ch 8: Paul's Kingdom Thought
Ch 9: Paul's Message in a Nutshell
Appendices: FAQ's About Torah Observance What should Torah-observance look like?

716753: At The Feet of Rabbi Gamaliel: Rabbinic Influence in Paul"s  Teachings At The Feet of Rabbi Gamaliel: Rabbinic Influence in Paul's Teachings
By David Friedman Ph.D. / Messianic Jewish Publishers

The influence of Rabbi Gamaliel upon Shaul (Paul), his student, has neither been fully appreciated nor adequately analyzed, until now. There can be no doubt that the influence of the Rabbi upon his students would have been a large one, give the historical circumstances surrounding the life of Shaul.

Shaul was on the "fast track" to becoming a sage and Sanhedrin judge. His self-description depicts himself as passionate for the Torah and the traditions of the fathers, typical for an aspiring Pharisee: "...trained at the feet of Gamaliel in every detail of the Torah of our forefathers. I was a zealot for God, as all of you are today." (Acts 22:3)

Literally, "at the feet of Gamaliel," is in keeping with the Pharsaic injunction to "cling to the dust of their feet, and drink their words with thirst."

Did Paul continue following the influence of Rabbi Gamaliel or did he turn against the instructions of his teacher? Did Paul continue to value the Torah and Pharisaic tradition? Did Paul create a 'New' theology?

The results of the research within these pages and the conclusion may surprise you.

226667: Restoring the Jewishness of the Gospel Restoring the Jewishness of the Gospel
By David Stern / Messianic Jewish Publishers

A book the whole Church needs to read! A challenge to conventional Christian ideas! Clear thinking about neglected questions such as:
  • What central truth, ignored for 1800 years, must be restored if the Church is to fulfill the Great Commission?
  • How are both the Jews and the Church God's people?
  • Is there a difference between Jew and Gentile in the body of the Messiah?
  • Will God fulfill all of his promises to Israel?
  • Does the Law of Moses remain in force today?
  • Is the Church antisemitic? If so, what can you do about it?
  • Should the Church evangelize Jews today? If so, how?
Surprising answers to these and other crucial questions, along with suggestions for godly action, are given in this exciting and insightful book by an Israeli Messianic Jew, a Jew who trusts Yeshua (Jesus).

226944: They Loved the Torah: What Yeshua"s First Followers Really Thought About the Law They Loved the Torah:
What Yeshua's First Followers Really Thought About the Law

By David Friedman / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Did Yeshua observe the Law? Did Paul teach his congregations to abandon the Torah? Was the devout Jew, Peter, persuaded that the Commandments were cancelled? The answers you'll find in this book may surprise you. Even though many Jews believe that Paul taught against the Law, this book disproves that notion. Most Christians are disconnected from the Torah; reading this book will reconnect them. Dr. Friedman makes an excellent case for his premise that all the fist followers of Mesiah were not only Torah-observant, but also desired to spread their love for God's entire Word to the Gentiles to whom they preached.

716732: Conveying A Heritage: A Messianic Jewish Guide To Home Practice Conveying A Heritage: A Messianic Jewish Guide To Home Practice
By Daniel C. Juster Th.D. & Patricia Juster / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Throughout history the heritage of faith has been conveyed within the family and the congregation. In the New Covenant, the primary expression of spiritual life is the congregation, under godly elders, teaching, exhortation, and discipline. However, the first institution in the Bible is the family and only the family can raise children with an adequate appreciation of our faith and heritage. This guide exists to help families learn how to pass on the heritage of spiritual Messianic Jewish life. It is not an exhaustive or fully adequate guide, but is one that each family should complement with their own creativity.

827988: The Family Sanctuary The Family Sanctuary
By John Garr / Messianic Jewish Publishers

The home has a three-fold spiritual and social function: fellowship and personal interaction, study and learning, and prayer and worship. These powerful dynamics can be experienced in every Christian home. Make your home a family sanctuary by restoring the Hebraic roots of Christian faith where the home is established as a small sanctuary. Paperback.

226339: Messianic Judaism: A Modern Movement with an Ancient Past Messianic Judaism: A Modern Movement with an Ancient Past
By David H Stern / Messianic Jewish Publishers

In the first century of the Common Era, tens of thousands of Jewish people followed Yeshua (Jesus), believing him to be the promised Messiah of Israel. They didn?t renounce their heritage, their customs, nor their people. They remained Jews. Two thousand years later, hundreds of thousands of Jewish people follow Yeshua, also believing that he is the Messiah. They, too, have not renounced their heritage, customs, nor their people. Messianic Judaism is the modern movement that is bringing it all together, for Jews and non-Jews.

226251: The Distortion: 2000 Years of Misrepresenting the Relationship Between Jesus The Messiah 
						And The Jewish People The Distortion:
2000 Years of Misrepresenting the Relationship Between Jesus The Messiah And The Jewish People

By Dr. John Fischer and Dr. Patrice Fischer / Messianic Jewish Publishers

"Jews just don't believe in Jesus and never have!"
"The Jews killed Jesus; they rejected their own Messiah."


These statements, although common, are just not true!

This book exposes how these misunderstandings began, how they continued through the last two millennia, what it has cost, not only the Jewish people, but also the Church. In this timely, eye-opening book, Drs. John and Patrice Fischer answer ancient questions being raised anew in response to the film, The Passion of the Christ. Here are just a few of the topics covered:
  • Are the Gospels Reliable?
  • Are the Gospels Anti-Semitic?
  • Has the Church Been Anti-Semitic?
  • Have the Jewish People Responded to God's Plan?
  • A Modern Script for the Passion Story

226901: The Enduring Paradox: Exploratory Essays in Messianic Judaism The Enduring Paradox: Exploratory Essays in Messianic Judaism
By Compiled and edited by Dr. John Fischer / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Yeshua and his Jewish followers began a new movement — Messianic Judaism — 2000 years ago. In the twentieth century it was reborn, and now, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, it is maturing. This book is a collection of essays from some of the top contributors to the theology of this vital movement of God. Their research and writing will impact the maturing of Messianic Judasim for years to come. Whether you are a Messianic Jew, a non-Messianic Jew, or a non-Jew involved or merely interested in Messianic Judaism, this book will challenge your thinking, guide your practices, and clarify any misconceptions you may have. You will find that Messianic Judaism is not a paradox after all.

Praying Like the Jew, Jesus:
Recovering the Ancient Roots of New Testament Prayer

By Timothy P. Jones / Messianic Jewish Publishers

What Jewish customs and traditions formed the basis of the Messiah's prayers? This eye-opening book reveals the Jewish background of many of Yeshua's prayers.

Historical vignettes will "transport" you to the times of Yeshua so you can grasp the full meaning of Messiah's prayer.

Unique devotional thoughts and meditations, presented in down-to-earth language, provide inspiration for a more meaningful prayer life and help you draw close to God. Praying Like the Jew, Jesus is a treasure-trove of information and inspiration. After reading this book, your understanding of God, prayer, and the Bible will be forever changed.

"unearths hidden spiritual riches in the New Testament. Jones has done a great service."
—From the Foreword by Mark Galli, Christianity Today

716672: Come and Worship: Ways to Worship from the Hebrew Scriptures Come and Worship: Ways to Worship from the Hebrew Scriptures
By Barbara Malda / Messianic Jewish Publishers

We were created to worship. God has graciously given us many ways to express our praise to him. Each way fits a different situation or moment in life. Ecclessiates explains that there is a time for everything just as each form of worship has its place. Some expressions may be quiet or meditative, and others may be loud and expressive, but all are intended to bring honor and glory to him. When we believe that he is who he says he is and that his Word is true, worship flows naturally from our hearts to his.

This book is divided into eight parts, each one being a Hebrew word for praise. The scriptures have been arranged to support these headings. From silence to antiphonal choirs of hundreds, from functioning in his gifts to walking in his fruit, from heart attitude to outward show, all of our worship is hinged on faith; how we walk, see, hear, and think is all colored by our faith in him and how deep that trust is.

226790: Blessing the King of the Universe: Transforming Your  Life Through the Practice of Biblical Praise Blessing the King of the Universe:
Transforming Your Life Through the Practice of Biblical Praise

By Irene Lipson / Messianic Jewish Publishers

In this groundbreaking book, insights into the ancient biblical practice of blessing God are offered clearly and practically. Learning how to bless God elevates all aspects of a person's existence to provide great joy throughout each day. With examples from Scripture and Jewish tradition this book teaches you the biblical formula used by men and women of the Bible, including the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus). It will point you to new ways and reasons to praise the Lord that you may never have thought of before and enable you to grasp the Bible better than ever, as you learn more about the Jewish roots of your faith.

716451: Return of the Kosher Pig: The Divine Messiah in Jewish Thought Return of the Kosher Pig: The Divine Messiah in Jewish Thought
By Rabbi Itzhak Shapira / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Far from a study of kosher dietary laws, this book is an unprecedented journey toward the true identity of the Divine Messiah — the one previously considered "unkosher" and "unacceptable" by Jewish people.

According to Scripture and Jewish sources, was the promised Messiah of Israel to be divine or a mere human? What are the attributes of the Messiah in his relationship to Yahweh and what is the Messiah's authority and dominion? What is an acceptable Jewish framework for discussion of the nature of the Messiah within Judaism? Rabbi Itzhak Shapira was in search of the answers to these questions and shares his findings in The Return of the Kosher Pig. This book will surprise and challenge you with the compelling words of Jewish sages and rabbis over the last 2,000 years, many in English for the first time.

The Return of the Kosher Pig features:
  • Glossary of over 300 terms that will enable readers to dive deeper into Hebraic/biblical thought
  • Directory of all major rabbinical works on the issue of Messiah in the last 2,000 years
  • Index of all references from the Torah, Prophets, Writings, New Testament, and the Talmud
  • Easy-to-read format that provides an excellent study tool for students of scripture
  • Full bibliography with numerous sources that are "hidden" to many English speakers on the nature of the Messiah

716721: The Revolt Of Rabbi Morris Cohen: Exploring The Passion & Piety Of A Modern-Day Pharisee The Revolt Of Rabbi Morris Cohen:
Exploring The Passion & Piety Of A Modern-Day Pharisee

By Anthony Cardinale / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Rabbi Morris Cohen, a brilliant school psychologist, went on a one-man strike to protest the systematic mislabeling of slow learning pupils as handicapped in order to extract special-education money from the state. Rabbi Cohen's sense of outrage was exceeded only by his irresistable sense of humor, which makes his disciplinary hearing a hilarious read. He achieved a historic victory by heralding reform of the state's billion-dollar special education program but lost his job, friends, and the love of his family.

Glimpse into the mind of this eighth-generation Orthodox rabbi and modern day Pharisee as he struggled with rabbinic Judaism and the identity of the Messiah. The author, an award-winning journalist, playwright, and a Messianic Jew, developed a most unlikely friendship through thundering theological disputes and tender heart-to-heart talks with Rabbi Cohen, a sworn enemy of Jews for Jesus.

226049: The World to Come: A Portal to Heaven on Earth The World to Come: A Portal to Heaven on Earth
By Derek Leman / Messianic Jewish Publishers

People want to know the future. They want to know about Heaven and Hell. Who isn’t concerned about issues beyond today’s news? We want to know what the Bible teaches about “the World to Come,” an expression used by Jewish people to describe the afterlife.

26898: Walking With Yeshua: Beginning Steps for New Believers Walking With Yeshua: Beginning Steps for New Believers
By Derek Leman / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Drawing on his many years of experience working with new believers, Derek Leman reviews the basics of beginning a walk with the Lord. "Homework" and review questions provide focus for the "baby" believer, especially when used in conjunction with a mentor. This book, written primarily to help new Jewish believers start walking with the Messiah, will help any believer grow in the Lord.

716227: Growing to Maturity Growing to Maturity
By Daniel Juster / Messianic Jewish Publishers

This discipleship guide presents first steps of understanding and spiritual practice, tailored for the Jewish believer, but applicable to anyone. Its goal is to aid the student in living according to Yeshua's will as a talmid (disciple), one who learns from the example of his teacher. Each chapter is divided into short sections followed by study questions.

2688X: Gateways to Torah: Joining the Ancient Conversation on the Weekly Portion Gateways to Torah:
Joining the Ancient Conversation on the Weekly Portion

By Russ Resnick / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Enter the ancient and modern Jewish discussion on Torah. In the fragmenting Jewish world of today, the Torah — the five books of Moses — remains a unifying force. For two millennia virtually every synagogue in the world has read the same portion of the Torah each week, completing the cycle of readings every year. Each weekly Torah portion, called a parasha in Hebrew, has been the subject of rich commentary and discussion. Study of the weekly parasha creates a sense of common interest with other readers, and with the Jewish community around the world and throughout the ages. In this form of study, the parasha becomes the topic of conversation. The study is more interested in considering possibilities, exploring tough questions, and discovering novel interpretations, than in reaching binding conclusions. It finds the text of Scripture to be multi-faceted, infinitely rich, and endlessly engaging.

Read the Weekly Portions here

226847: Kingdom Relationships Kingdom Relationships
By Dr. Ron Moseley / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Ron Moseley's Yeshua: A Guide to the Real Jesus and the Original Church has taught thousands of people about the Jewishness of not only Yeshua, but of the first followers of the Messiah. In this work, Dr. Mosely focuses on the teaching or Torah — the Five Books of Moses — tapping into truths that greatly help modern-day members of the comminity of faith. Paul's reminder to Timothy that "all Scripture is valuable for teaching the truth, convicting of sin, correcting faults, and training in right living "comes alive in this book.

226855: Fire On The Mountain Fire On The Mountain
By Dr. Louis Goldberg / Messianic Jewish Publishers

In Fire on the Mountain, eminent theologian Dr. Louis Goldberg examines revivals in the Bible, looks at post-biblical renewals, and gleans principles that can be applied in the 21st century. He also explains the greatest revival in history — the future return of Israel to the Lord.

9651159: The Bible, the Supernatural, & the Jews The Bible, the Supernatural, & the Jews
By McCandlish Phillips / Messianic Jewish Publishers

The quest for mystical experiences has been going on since the beginning of time. This book, by an award-winning New York Times investigative journalist, will open your eyes to the vast and fascinating realm spiritual lives. But they need not be. Because of the unique role of the Jewish people, according to God's promises, Jews are especially subjected to the supernatural. Scriptural illustrations abound in the pages of this comprehensive and well-researched work. You'll learn some surprising facts. 399 pages.

716432: On the Way to Emmaus: Five Major Messianic Prophecies Explained On the Way to Emmaus:
Five Major Messianic Prophecies Explained

By Dr. Jacques Doukhan / Messianic Jewish Publishers

The discussion about messianic prophecies is therefore an important one. It hits at the very origins of Christianity and takes us to the very heart of the early Jewish-Christian controversy.

716173: The Conversation The Conversation
By Judy Salisbury / Messianic Jewish Publishers

"Then beginning with Moses and all the prophets, He explained to them the things concerning Himself in all the Scriptures." Luke 24:27

If you've ever wondered what the conversation Jesus had with the two travellers on the road to Emmaus was like, this captivating book takes you there. Using important historical and cultural knowledge from Jewish tradition, Judy Salisbury paints an enlightening and eye-opening portrait of Jesus, our Messiah.

716472: Red Heifer: A Jewish Cry for Messiah Red Heifer: A Jewish Cry for Messiah
By Anthony Cardinale / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Award-winning journalist and playwright Anthony Cardinale has traveled extensively in Israel, and recounts here his interviews with orthodox rabbis, secular Israeluis, and Palestinain Arabs about the current search for the Red Heifer by Jewish radicals wishing to rebuild the Temple and bring the Messiah.

These real-life interviews are interwoven within engaging and dramatic fictional portrayal of the diverse people of Israel and how they would react should that red heifer be found. Readers will find themselves in the Land, where they can hear learned Rabbis and ordinary Israelis talking about the Red Heiffer and dealing with all the related issues and the imminent coming and the identity of the Messiah.

226087: A Way in the Wilderness: Essays in Messianic Jewish Thought A Way in the Wilderness: Essays in Messianic Jewish Thought
By M. G. Einspruch(ED.) / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Behold, I will do a new thing; now shall it spring forth; shall you not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness (Isaiah 43: 19). Did the Jews kill Jesus? Is the New-Testament anti-Semitic? Immortality in Jewish Thought. What is a Jew? These are just a few of the topics addressed. Written by well-known Jewish believers in the Messiah — Victor Buksbazen, Daniel Fuchs, Henry Einspruch, and more. Thousands of copies of this book have been shared with seekers around the world. Includes a chapter on Messianic prophecy. A classic and valuable resource.

716460: To the Ends of the Earth: How the First Jewish Followers of Yeshua Transformed the Ancient World To the Ends of the Earth:
How the First Jewish Followers of Yeshua Transformed the Ancient World

By Dr. Jeffrey L. Seif / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Did you know that before the spread of Messiah's message, Gentiles often sacrificed their children to their pagan gods?

Did you know that there were temple prostitutes, working around the religious buildings in the Roman Empire to "help" citizens worship?

You do know that the first followers of Yeshua (Jesus) were Jews. And everyone knows by now that Jews spread his message through the ministry of Paul, Peter, and the other apostles. But most people don't know that these early Messianic Jews were influential in Ancient Judea, Syria, Asia Minor, Greece, Italy, Spain and the North African cities of Carthage, Cyrene and Alexandria. Not only were they influential, their impact transformed the behavior of the known world.

226710: That They May Be One: A Brief Review of Church Restoration Movements & 
						Their Connection to the Jewish People That They May Be One:
A Brief Review of Church Restoration Movements and
Their Connection to the Jewish People

By Daniel C. Juster / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Something prophetic and momentous is happening. The church is finally fully grasping its relationship with Israel and the Jewish people. In That they May Be One Dan Juster describes how the various restoration movements in church history have connected to their Jewish roots and Israel to lay the groundwork for what is happening today.

716409: Passion for Israel: A Short History of the Evangelical Church"s 
						Support of Israel and the Jewish People Passion for Israel:
A Short History of the Evangelical Church's Support of Israel and the Jewish People

By Dr. Dan Juster / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Written to counter a new but troubling anti-Semitism-replacement theology-and also to address other destructive, widespread distortions that cause Christians and Jews to misunderstand each other, Passion for Israel is a timely book for a troubled relationship.

History, stretching back to the Reformation, reveals a special commitment of Christians to the Jews as God's still elect people. This story needs to be told to help heal past wounds and to inspire more Christians to stand together in support of Israel.
  • What is the new anti-Semitism that is on the rise on sectors of Christianity?
  • What distortions are blinding people from seeing the Jews as God sees them?
  • What truth does history reveal that has been kept hidden
Don't miss out on the blessings that God has for you when you discover the truth about Israel.

226650: You Bring the Bagels, I"ll Bring the Gospel: 
						Sharing the Messiah with Your Jewish Neighbor, Revised You Bring the Bagels, I'll Bring the Gospel:
Sharing the Messiah with Your Jewish Neighbor, Revised

By Barry Rubin / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Barry Rubin shows how to reach our Jewish friend or co-worker in a loving, non-confrontational manner. This book outlines the "Jewish Gospel", offers insights into understanding Jewish religion and culture, and provides guidelines for breaking through barriers to belief.

246054: Father, Forgive Us: A Christian Response to the 
						Church"s Heritage of Jewish Persecution Father, Forgive Us:
A Christian Response to the Church's Heritage of Jewish Persecution

By Fred Wright / Messianic Jewish Publishers

This passionate but scholarly work takes a hard look at an aspect of history about which most Christians know nothing: the part Christians have played in Jewish persecution. Just as Arabs see the word "Christian" but hear "Crusade", Jews see "Christian" but hear "progrom". Fred Wright, of CMU, has mustered extensive evidence demonstrating the legacy of Christian persecution. Ignatius of Antioch contended that Jews were in league with the devil. Other church fathers followed suit. Christian antisemitism continued through the medieval period, leading to Jewish ghettos across Europe. Successive popes endorsed horrific measures including the Spanish Inquisition. Luther demanded that Jews be exported to Palestine and their synagogues burned. The Holocaust took place in Christian Europe and was carried out mostly by baptised Christians. Wright shows how Christians laid the foundations upon which Nazis built their creed. He then demonstrates how modern anti-Zionism draws upon the same root of hostility, and outlines a theological response to the Holocaust.

226324: Creation to Completion: A Guide to Life"s Journey from the Five Books of Moses Creation to Completion:
A Guide to Life's Journey from the Five Books of Moses

By Rabbi Russell Resnik / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Have you ever wondered if the Pentateuch — the Five Books of Moses — is relevant to your life? Do you think the Law — the Torah — has been relegated to a relic from another era? How do the commandments, given to the Jewish people, contribute to society today?

In Creation to Completion, Russell Resnik answers these questions, offering insight into the Torah. He shows that the Creator still desires his creatures to participate in bringing the Creation to completion. After each commentary, he presents a challenging thought "For the Journey."

The author, Russ Resnik, encountered Jesus (Yeshua) in the early 1970s. He founded and was the first rabbi of Adat Yeshua, a Messianic congregation in Albuquerque. Today, he serves as executive director of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations, an association that establishes, strengthens, and multiplies congregations for Yeshua. He authored Gateways to Torah, his first work on the Five Books of Moses, written from a Messianic Jewish perspective. Russ and his wife Jane live in Albuquerque and have four children and six grandchildren.

226170: Growing Your Olive Tree Marriage: A Guide for Couples from Two Traditions Growing Your Olive Tree Marriage:
A Guide for Couples from Two Traditions

By David J. Rudolph / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Do you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, or both? Do you worship in a church, a synagogue, or no place at all? How will you raise your children — Jewish or Christian? This book addresses these issues and more with sensitivity and wisdom, offering a godly solution for intermarrieds.

Feasts and Festivals

716650: Under the Vine: Messianic Thought Through the Hebrew Calendar Under the Vine: Messianic Thought Through the Hebrew Calendar
By Patrick Gabriel Lumbroso / Messianic Jewish Publishers

A stirring word study to start your day.

Journey daily through the Hebrew Calendar and Biblical Feasts into the B'rit Hadashah (New Testament) Scriptures as they are put in their rightful context, bringing Judaism alive in its full beauty. Messianic faith was the motor and what gave substance to Abraham's new beliefs, hope to Job, trust to Isaac, vision to Jacob, resilience to Joseph, courage to David, wisdom to Solomon, knowledge to Daniel, and divine Messianic authority to Yeshua.

226545: God"s Appointed Times God's Appointed Times
By Barney Kasdan / Messianic Jewish Publishers

The biblical holy days are not just for Jews. Christians, too, can receive the blessing of these glorious days, the greatest object lessons in the Bible. In this book, Barney Kasdan, leader of Kehilat Ariel in San Diego, one of the largest messianic congregations in the world, explains every holy day described in Scripture. He teaches about the major and minor holy days, ever mindful that he is writing to both Jews and Christians. Beginning with the Sabbath, he writes about Passover, Firstfruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, the Day of Atonement, the Feast of Tabernacles, Hanukkah - the Festival of Dedication, and Purim. Each chapter features historical background, traditional Jewish observance, relevance to the New Testament, prophetic significance, and a practical guide for believers, including recipes, songs, and crafts.

226634: God"s Appointed Customs God's Appointed Customs
By Barney Kasdan / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Are the Hebrew traditions described in Scripture just for Jews? Since Jesus himself observed them, learn how God'sAppointed Customs can be part of any believer's lifestyle! Messianic congregation leader Barney Kasdan offers fascinating historical background on traditional Jewish observances, demonstrates how they relate to New Testament teaching, and provides a practical guide for Christians wishing to observe these customs within the context of a biblical lifestyle.

22674X: The Sabbath: Entering God"s Rest The Sabbath: Entering God's Rest
By Barry & Steffi Rubin / Messianic Jewish Publishers

What does it mean to "rest in God?" Has the subject of the Sabbath over confused you? Have you ever desired to celebrate this God-given day? The Sabbath: Entering God's Rest shares the meaning of the Sabbath for both Jews and Christians. It answers some important questions:
  • What is the Sabbath?
  • When is the Sabbath?
  • Should the Sabbath be kept?
  • Whom is the Sabbath for?
This book addresses these questions and other controversial aspects surrounding Shabbat, the Sabbath. It is a helpful guide for observing the Sabbath, including suggested recipes, blessings, and songs. This book will challenge you to have a Sabbath of peace...even into eternity. 46 pages, Softcover.

226605: Havdalah: The Ceremony That Completes the Sabbath Havdalah: The Ceremony That Completes the Sabbath
By Neil & Jamie Lash / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Most people know that Shabbat — the Sabbath Day - begins on Friday evening at sundown with a special ceremony — lighting candles, eating bread, drinking wine and making blessings. But most people don't know that the Sabbath ends with another shorter, yet equally sweet, ceremony called havdalah. Practiced by observant Jews for millennia, it is now returning, not just among Jews, but among Christians who are searching to understand the Jewish background of their Faith.

Dr. Neil and Jamie Lash have written a short introduction to havdalah, which can be used by anyone — Jew or Gentile - who wants to experience the important biblical principle of separation. Mostly for children, this observance demonstrates vividly the message that God wants his people to be separate from non-biblical ways, and it also closes the Sabbath Day.

483619: Passover Next Door Passover Next Door
By David Weinberger / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Discover Passover in a whole new way as this Christian family joins their Jewish neighbors for the seder. Filled with information about the history of the holiday, the preparation and meaning of the food, and more, this illustrated book gives children and adults an inside look to Passover.

4872: The Messianic Passover Haggadah The Messianic Passover Haggadah
By Barry Rubin / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Many Christians have seen marvelous glimpses of their faith in the Jewish Passover meal. Now families and churches can celebrate God's redemption in an authentic messianic Passover meal. This beautifully produced 5.5" x 8.5" booklet features a simple "liturgy," which explains the messianic significance of each food and ritual of the Passover Seder. 32 pages, from Lederer.

4862: The Messianic Passover Seder, Preparation Guide The Messianic Passover Seder Preparation Guide
By Barry Rubin / Messianic Jewish Publishers

The Messianic Passover Seder Preparation Guide is the companion to the Messianic Passover Haggadah. This pamphlet will assist anyone interested in serving a Seder meal. It offers the recipes, meal plans, songs (with written music sheets & lyrics), and additional helps on how to host and prepare a Passover Seder.

413897: Christ in the Passover Christ in the Passover
By Ceil & Moishe Rosen / Moody Publishers

This best-selling title from the ministry of Jews for Jesus is now revised with an updated appendix. It is written for Jews, messianic believers, and Gentiles curious about the connection between the ancient holy day of the Old Testament and Jesus Christ, and for missionaries evangelizing to Jewish people.A comprehensive and convincing look at how the Passover is fulfilled in Christ. This book teaches the history of the ancient holy day Passover, the meaning behind the symbols of the modern Seder meal and how they relate to Christ, and how Christ fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies about the Jewish Messiah.

226235: The Passover Connection: Messiah"s Last Seder (DVD) The Passover Connection: Messiah's Last Seder (DVD)
By Barry Rubin / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Join Rabbi Barry Rubin, President and CEO of Messianic Jewish Communications, as he observes a Messianic Passover Seder. You will:
  • learn what Yeshua (Jesus) and the Jewish festival of Passover have in common
  • hear the traditional blessings chanted
  • experience centuries-old Jewish liturgy
  • enjoy traditional Passover music
This video will give you the experience of attending your own Messianic Jewish Passover Seder. 47 minutes. Messianic Jewish Publishers.

716210: Passover: The Key That Unlocks the Book of Revelation Passover: The Key That Unlocks the Book of Revelation
By Daniel C. Juster / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Is there any more enigmatic book of the Bible than Revelation? Controversy concerning its meaning has surrounded it back to the first century. Today the argument continue. Yet, Dan Juster has given us the key that unlocks the entire book — the events and circumstances of the passover/Exodus.

41396X: Christ in the Feast of Tabernacles Christ in the Feast of Tabernacles
By David Brickner / Moody Publishers

This book is written for Jews, messianic believers, and Gentile curious about the connection between the ancient fall festival of the Old Testament and Jesus Christ, and for missionaries evangelizing to Jewish people. This book is a companion to Christ in the Passover and teaches the history of the ancient Festival or Feast of Tabernacles, the meaning behind the symbols of the modern Jewish holiday of Sukkoth meal, and how Christ fulfilled Old Testament prophecies about the Jewish Messiah.

226839: Dedicate and Celebrate!: A Messianic Jewish Guide to Hanukkah Dedicate and Celebrate!: A Messianic Jewish Guide to Hanukkah
By Barry Rubin / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Hanukkah, the Feast of Dedication or the Festival of Lights, is not the Jewish alternative to Christmas. Although it is celebrated in the winter, this festive holiday describes a story all its own — of faithfulness to God, of bravery against all odds, and of the rededication of a defiled Temple. Yeshua the Messiah — himself a Jew — also celebrated Hanukkah as recorded in the Gospel of John. So why shouldn't Christians follow his example and embrace this joyous time? Here Barry Rubin and his family share the history and traditions of Hanukkah for all who wish to learn. This book includes the story of Hanukkah, holiday songs, recipes, rules for playing the Hanukkah games and even how to light a Hanukkah menorah.

CD15050: The Jewish Album CD The Jewish Album CD
By Jonathan Settel / Messianic Jewish Publishers

Jonathan Settel's Jewish Album offers twelve inspiring and worshipful Messianic classics, performed in Hebrew and Yiddish. Includes "Hatikva," "Chassidic Medley," "Oifen Pripitchik" (from Schindler's List), and more.

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