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  • Regret Free Living


    Scot Sellers shares his 10 essential lessons gleaned from a life devoted to better understanding relationships and sources of real satisfaction. Regret-Free Living is a valuable resource for making life decisions, and focuses on the human side of those decisions rather than a strict, formulaic set of recommendations.

    Learn the biggest regrets that most people have toward the end of their lives-and how to avoid them. From uncovering your passions and giftedness to discovering spiritual fulfillment to dumping the “as soon as” mentality, Sellers guides his readers through an energizing journey that helps bring about a life you likely never thought possible.

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  • Your People Shall Be My People (Expanded)


    Updated and Expanded Edition of a Landmark Text on an Urgent Topic

    Now updated and expanded, this landmark text reveals God’s purposes for his covenant people in these times–and how this revelation is impacting the church. Unlike Ruth in the Old Testament, many of us have turned our backs on the Jewish people, the relatives of the Messiah, and we share the collective guilt for centuries of their persecution. These pages remind us that now, more than ever, we must confess, embrace, and intercede for the chosen people of God, aligning our prayers with God’s plan.

    Once again, Israel and her people are center stage at a crucial moment in world history, and this book shows why the church must effect reconciliation and why our prayers are vital in this hour. If we will make the same covenant pledge to Israel that Ruth made to Naomi, the church will never be the same!

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  • What Every Christian Needs To Know About The Jewishness Of Jesus


    If you were to ask ten people, Who started Christianity? you might hear ten voices giving the same quick response: Jesus. But those ten people would be wrong. Jesus wasn’t a Christian. Jesus lived and died as a Jew. Understanding the Jewishness of Jesus is the secret to knowing him better and understanding his message in the twenty-first century. Walking through Jesus’ life from birth to death, Rabbi Evan Moffic serves as a tour guide to give Christians a new way to look at familiar teachings and practices that are rooted in the Jewish faith and can illuminate our lives today. Moffic gives fresh insight on how Jesus’ contemporaries understood him, explores how Jesus’ Jewishness shaped him, offers a new perspective on the Lord’s Prayer, and provides renewed appreciation for Jesus’ miracles. In encountering his Jewish heritage, you will see Jesus differently, gain a better understanding of his message, and enrich your own faith.

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  • Jewish Pseudepigrapha : An Introduction To The Literature Of The Second Tem


    1. Introduction
    2. Rewritten Bible
    3. Para-Biblical Literature Or Biblical Expansions
    4. Non-Narrative Literature: Poems, Hymns And Drama
    5. Testaments
    6. Apocalyptic Literature
    7. Conclusions

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    Designed with the beginning student in mind, this volume introduces the reader to the books that did not make it into the Bible or the Apocrypha but that remained popular among Jews and early Christians for centuries. These writings take various forms, such as novels, poems, apocalypses, the fictional deathbed speeches of biblical characters, and even attempts to rewrite well-known parts of Scripture. The book draws out the main religious ideas of these writings and links them to both their original historical setting and to issues of concern today.

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  • Betrothed : A Collection Of Love Stories Reflecting An Ancient Faith


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    Dating? Courtship? There’s something better. The current way our society prepares a single person for marriage has led to an increase in broken marriages and moral disintegration. The ten couples in this book have trailblazed a new, yet ancient and beautiful path to marriage called bethrothal. These couples’ families saw the need to go a different direction–a direction that points toward Yeshua (Jesus) and His spotless Bride. The Tommy and Sherri Waller family is well represented in these love stories. Tommy writes: “Many of these accounts are written by my own children. Their testimonies are the result of God’s mercy in making a presentation to me and my wife, Sherri, many years ago. He enabled us to see clearly that our children were at great risk … Which of our children would make it and which ones would fall? … [W]e [now] have five married children. All of them have chosen to walk through the beautiful process of betrothal. There has never been a time in my life when I have witnessed anything close to the intensity of love birthed from two undefiled hearts as I have in betrothal. Every betrothal I witness confirms in me the Father’s true grace-the unmerited favor He desires to lavish on all of us.” Brayden Waller writes: “The bridegroom heart of God is a recurring theme throughout Scripture. The Bible actually begins and ends with a wedding: first, Adam and Eve in the garden, and last, the marriage supper of the Lamb. Betrothal is an essential key to this whole story. To understand this ancient and Biblical way of marriage is to better understand the relationship we have with God. … Unlike engagement, betrothal is an actual covenant that is made prior to the wedding day … [which] is the very thing God has done with us! He has made a covenant with us by the blood of Yeshua and the wedding is yet to come. Revelation 19:7 tells us of this coming wedding, ‘Let us be glad and rejoice and give Him glory, for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and His wife has made herself ready.’ … Betrothal is much further reaching than the confines of a culture. It is something that the LORD Himself participates in. He says in Hosea 2:19-20, ‘I will betroth you to Me forever, yes I will betroth you to Me in righteousness and justice, in loving kindness and mercy I will betroth you to Me in faithfulness, and you will know the LORD.’ … Whether you are reading this book for the spiritual application of being

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  • Last Shofar : What The Fall Feasts Of The Lord Are Telling The Church


    List Of Tables And Diagrams
    Foreword By Donald Benson
    1. All Things Jewish – Our Unavoidable Roots
    2. Prophecy – A Misunderstood Message
    3. Everybody Has It “Right”
    4. What Most Evangelicals Believe
    5. The Day Will Finally Arrive – The Day Of The Lord
    6. The Feasts Of The Lord – A Preview Of Coming Events
    7. Making Our Case
    8. The Clock Is Ticking – What Time Is It?
    9. Are You Ready?
    Epilogue – A Final Word
    Appendix I
    Appendix II
    Appendix III
    About The Authors
    The Last Shofar! Website

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    Dark clouds of global turmoil are causing many to question if the end is near. The Last Shofar! examines ancient biblical Feasts of the Lord that reveal God’s timing for the Second Coming of Christ and how it all ends. Its message to the Church is clear-get ready! The Last Shofar! is a unique practical guide to prepare for the end times. Chapter-based questions help the reader and small groups engage critical themes.

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  • Introduction To Messianic Judaism


    This book is the go-to source for introductory information on Messianic Judaism. Editors David Rudolph and Joel Willitts have assembled a thorough examination of the ecclesial context and biblical foundations of the diverse Messianic Jewish movement. Unique among similar works in its Jew-Gentile partnership, this book brings together a team of respected Messianic Jewish and Gentile Christian scholars, including Mark Kinzer, Richard Bauckham, Markus Bockmuehl, Craig Keener, Darrell Bock, Scott Hafemann, Daniel Harrington, R. Kendall Soulen, Douglas Harink and others. Opening essays, written by Messianic Jewish scholars and synagogue leaders, provide a window into the on-the-ground reality of the Messianic Jewish community and reveal the challenges, questions and issues with which Messianic Jews grapple. The following predominantly Gentile Christian discussion explores a number of biblical and theological issues that inform our understanding of the Messianic Jewish ecclesial context. Here is a balanced and accessible introduction to the diverse Messianic Jewish movement that both Gentile Christian and Messianic Jewish readers will find informative and fascinating.

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  • Messianic Judaism Class Teacher Book (Teacher’s Guide)


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    You will find this introductory course teacher book easy to teach from. The Scriptures are given in full for you, usually in the Complete Jewish Bible version. The answers are also given to each question along with occasional teacher’s instructions and background information. The Student Books have only the Scripture references and no answers. May your classes be as lively and heartwarming as Rabbi Jim’s have been over the years. He teaches in an exciting way, letting the students discover the answers in their own Bibles. If they can t see the answer right there in front of them due to past indoctrination, Rabbi Jim gently points it out to them. When they finally see it, gasping in amazement is often their response. May your students have many such “Aha!” moments and may their attitudes toward Yeshua and His Word be deepened forever.

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  • Rosh Hashanah Yom Teruah


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    The Scriptures command us to celebrate the holiday traditionally called Rosh Hashanah, or the Feast of Trumpets, with shouts of joy and the sounding of the Shofar. But why? What are we supposed to be so happy about and why the Shofar? In this book, Messianic Rabbi Jim Appel answers those questions with new revelation from Scripture. He reveals the profound significance of the Shofar and the deep, spiritual meaning of the shout for joy. Find out what has been hidden from followers of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) for more than 1700 years. Rejoice that it is being restored to us today. Don’t miss out anymore on this special connection to the Lord.

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  • Faygala Yiddish Refugee


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    Publisher Marketing: Faygala, age 17, lived in Russia in 1904 in troubled times when the Cossack soldiers periodically ransacked her Jewish village; and the Czar’s officers periodically raided to seize men for the army. To avoid all this, many fled to America. Faygala’s family was planning to join her father in the “golden country” as soon as he sent enough money for ship and train passages and for Ellis Island fees and proof of support requirements. But suddenly due to personal danger, Faygala was forced to make the daunting journey alone with people she barely knew. Departing was extremely painful for her, especially leaving a certain young man behind. The thought of never seeing him again tore at her heart. Along the way she faced many difficulties causing her to fear she would never reach her dear father. This 94 page novelette is written by Faygala’s late daughter-in-law from the account as Faygala told it over the years. It draws the reader into her poverty stricken, Orthodox Jewish life in Russia; introduces her Yiddish vocabulary; and instills the amazement she felt upon seeing all the wonders of “modern” America.

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  • Why Is There A Menorah On The Altar


    Ecumenical, liturgical Christian audience-particularly Episcopalians, Lutherans, and Roman Catholics
    Addresses important topic of Jewish/Christian reconciliation
    Excellent resource for interfaith couples and Christian formation

    A desire and demand to know more about the Jewish legacy of Christian identity is growing among laity. A similar desire to foster interfaith understanding and dialogue is growing among officials of local churches.

    This new book seeks to meet these demands by providing information and insight about Judaish’s legacy as it is revealed in Christian rites, rituals, and traditions. It will introduce Christians in sacramental churches to ways Judaism has influenced the structure of liturgical worship and rituals; how church sanctuaries are designed and decorated; and baptism, Eucharist, and confirmation.

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  • Im A Jew I Dont Do Jesus


    Between our birth date and our last day, have we accomplished what God had intended for us? What do we wish we will we be remembered for? Have we lived our lives with passion? Have we made each person feel loved? When we laugh is it contagious enough to bring out the laughter in others? Are we lovers to our husbands, imaginative and listening grandparents, devoted brother or sister, and a loving child. Have we ears for being a good listener, never revealing kept secrets. Are we able to welcome all and come to anyone’s aid, giving of themselves without hesitation? Most important, are we followers of Yeshua our Messiah? These are the things Merle strives for in her daily life. With Yeshua’s help and guidance, she will prevail.

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