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Digging History October 03, 2013 www.FoxNews.com
Scholars are calling a rare Hebrew text dating back to the 9th century the earliest known Jewish prayer book, predating the world's oldest Torah scroll.
The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for October is Terri Gillespie's She Does Good Hair. Throughout the entire month of October, the online subscribers of The Messianic Times can read the first chapter of Terri Gillespie's book for free.
The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for September is Dr. David Friedman and B.D Friedman's Yeshua's Brother & Chief Rabbi of the Messianic Jewish Community: James the Just (Ya'akov HaTzaddik) Presents Applications of Torah. Throughout the entire month of September, the online subscribers of The Messianic Times can read the first chapter of Dr. Friedman's book for free.
The Messianic Times Book of the Month for July is Rabbi Jim Appel's Yom Teruah, The Day Of Sounding The Shofar. Throughout the entire month of August the online subscribers of The Messianic Times can read the first chapter of this resourceful book from Rabbi Appel.
The Messianic Times Book of the Month for July is Rabbi Tzahi Shapira's The Return of The Kosher Pig.
The Messianic Times Book of the Month for June is Rabbi Michael Wolf's The Upper Zoo. For the entire month of June the online subscribers of The Messianic Times can read the first chapter of Rabbi Wolf's The Upper Zoo for free.
www.israeltoday.co.il May 30, 2013 Israel Today Staff
Israeli start-up Waze, which provides a real-time navigation and traffic report app for smartphones, is reportedly set to turn down a $1 billion dollar acquisition bid by Facebook in order to keep its team in Israel.
The publisher of Messianic Times, Rabbi Eric Tokajer, will be releasing his debut book in mid-June titled, "Oy! How Did I Get Here? 31 Things I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me Before Entering Ministry."
Produced by Micah Mahoney
Review by David Tokajer
There is a new generation of Messianic Jewish worship artists arising. Empowered by the Ruach HaKodesh and stepping into the mantle of their predecessors, these artists have a burning passion and desire to see hearts drawn into the Shechinah of Adonai and directly to His heart. One of these new women and men of God is Micah Mahoney, worship leader of Congregation Zion's Sake in Newport News, Virginia. Mahoney's début album is loaded with moving serenades that lift the soul, unshackle the spirit and leads the listener to the very throne of Adonai. Each song is skillfully composed; an entire CD is specifically designed and artistically compiled to lead its audience deeper into the presence of God.