The Hebrew and Aramaic Origin of the New Testament
Newly expanded and revised. (over 200 pages)
Originally published under the title "Ruach Emet". The Hebrew and
Aramaic Origin of the New Testament presents a complete system of
Textual Criticism of the "New Testament" demonstrating that it was
originally written in Hebrew and Aramaic and translated into Greek.
This book demonstrates how the New Testament was originally
written in Hebrew and Aramaic and was then translated into Greek and
Latin. The book also demonstrates how the three
major text types
resulted from revisions within the Greek text, and through alternate
translation of the original Hebrew and Aramaic.
(This is an expansion and revision of a book originally published
under the title "Ruach Emet") Available at: http://www.lulu. com/nazarene
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Serenity Of Sabbath
When one observes Sabbath with a total sense of serenity, every time one
thinks of Sabbath, one will feel more peaceful.
Some Sabbath observers focus on all the work they need to do for Sabbath and feel tense about this. Mentally go beyond the work you need to do. Remember that on Sabbath you will celebrate all that you have, all that exists on our planet, and all that exists in the entire cosmos. This is mind-boggling. Let the joy and serenity of Sabbath permeate your being during your entire stay in this world.
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If you truly
love Yahuah you will obey His Commandments.
Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and you shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you, for every one that ask receives; and he that seeks finds; and to him that knocks it shall be opened unto him.
We, The Messianic Hebrews, accept Yahusha the Messiah and the so called New Testament in such a way that we do not cease to observe the Law given in the Torah.
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