Torah Rediscovered

Torah Rediscovered lovingly challenges readers, Jewish and non-Jewish alike, to take an honest new look at the true nature of the first five books of the Bible (the Torah). Torah Rediscovered reveals the beauty and depth of God’s divine covenantal revelation. [Newly revised 2013]

Take Hold:

Embracing Our Divine Inheritance with Israel

What is the relationship between Israel and believers in Yeshua?

Take Hold is an expanded exposition of Zechariah 8:23, a prophetic passage.

It describes a time when believers in Yeshua from the nations of the world will find expression to their divine connection with the Land, the People, and the Scriptures of Israel.

The Twelve Overlooked Prophets

What is the historical background of each of the prophetic books from Hosea to Malachi?

How can we “think through” each book and delve deeper into some unique features?

For each prophet this study-book has a separate chapter with name and background, purpose, historical background and date, thinking through and other features.

Studies in the Book of Joshua

How did God relate to the ancient Israelites?

Throughout the entire Bible, it is about a covenant relationship. If we understand the nature of the covenant, we can understand the nature of His relationship with His people.

Study yourself to see God’s covenants in action among the ancient Israelites. How was  Israel granted the right to claim the Promised Land? How did Israel experience the joy of living in their promised inheritance? And what is the interaction between the two major covenants that the Holy One made with His chosen ones, the Covenant of Abraham and the Covenant of Torah?

Discover how these two covenants determine the life of God’s people in the Land.

A Week in the Life of the Lamb

This booklet presents a fictional character, Ya’akov, as he journeyed through this historically exceptional Passover week as any Jewish pilgrim from Galilee might. The Spirit of God opens Ya’akov’s eyes to the significance of the Lamb of God as He does and has done for countless others. For Ya’akov, the atoning death of the Messiah was confirmed by His victorious resurrection.

Reading and sharing the perspective given in this account will open many people’s eyes to the necessity of understanding the historical and Hebraic backgrounds of Yeshua and his followers during His ministry here on earth.

Bereshit — Genesis

The foundations of Covenant

How to understand the text of the Torah in its historical, geographical and cultural context?

This volume comments on the weekly Torah portions of Genesis. Each portion ends with a number of study questions.

This commentary connects each of the five books of Torah by a common theme: covenant.

Hanukkah in the Home of the Redeemed

This 100 page book explores the relationship between Hanukkah and the challenges of assimilation, a topic relevant to both Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Yeshua.

Features include:

  • A historical summary of the events of the first Hanukkah
  • A practical guide for celebrating Hanukkah
  • An insightful 8-day study guide for individuals, families, or groups
    Music, games, recipes

Open My Eyes — Gal Enai

How can you as a believer in Yeshua learn to study and teach the Bible in a simple way?

And how can you be encouraged to practice sound biblical study methods, and learn to  interpret and teach better?

Outline of the booklet:

  • How to study the Bible
  • The Role of the Holy Spirit
  • Different kinds of Bible study
  • Components of basic Bible study
  • How to teach the Bible
  • Biblical interpretation

The Good News of the Good News

Is the good news of Yeshua too good to be true? It is even better than we thought!

When Israel returned from captivity Psalm 126:1–2 gives their joy-filled testimony:
“When the Lord brought back the captive ones of Zion, we were like those who dream. Then our mouth was filled with laughter and our tongue with joyful shouting…”

Even greater joy is for those who know the good news of the finished work of Yeshua. This book will help to understand what is truly good about that good news.

The Torah of the Sages

The subject of the Oral Torah is a Jewish matter. However, it affects believers in Yeshua in that it presents a challenge to the claim that the Bible is the only authoritative text for faith and practice. This short treatise examines the claims of the Oral Torah in the light of tradition and Scripture and attempts to make an extremely complex topic as simple as possible.

Simply More Literal: Shemot

This book is a more literal rendition of the Hebrew of the biblical Book of Exodus (Shemot). It is the work by a father and son team in Israel and Torah Resources International.

Studies in Deuteronomy

Renewing the Covenant

This is a self-study series on the Book of Deuteronomy. The student will read the passage in Deuteronomy and answer questions related to that passage by filling in the blanks that are provided. The booklets also contain appropriate background material to aid in the study, in addition to a bibliography.
The series consists of 3 booklets:
1 – Deuteronomy 1:1 – 11:32 order
2 – Deuteronomy 12:1 – 26:19 order
3 – Deuteronomy 27:1 – 34:12 order