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Decorate your home, office or study with this beautiful 8" x 10" print featuring the Master's prayer in Hebrew, Avinu (Our Father). Ready for framing or to...
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A Storybook for Messianic Children.  Before he became the father of many nations, Abraham lived far to the east in the Land of Ur. According to...
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The Four Gospels in Hebrew Vine of David’s new Hebrew-only Gospels is a unique work, placing the Gospels thoroughly into their proper Jewish matrix,...
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The Four Gospels in Hebrew Vine of David’s new Hebrew-only Gospels is a unique work, placing the Gospels thoroughly into their proper Jewish matrix,...
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New 16-month calendars for the Hebrew year, 5782 (September 2021 — December 2022). Choose the special edition Lampstand of Gold, or classic edition Eretz Yisrael calendar.

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A Messianic Jewish Perspective on Kashrut. Revealing the Biblical Sources of Dietary Laws in Judaism

There is much more to the Bible’s food laws than saying, "Hold the bacon." Learn what the Bible, ancient Rabbis, and the Apostles teach about eating. Did Jesus put ham, shrimp, and snails back on the table? See how a Messianic Jewish perspective provides important cultural context and uncovers the true meaning of New Testament passages about eating. Find out what it really means to eat biblically.

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A Messianic Jewish Perspective on Kashrut. Revealing the Biblical Sources of Dietary Laws in Judaism

There is much more to the Bible’s food laws than saying, "Hold the bacon." Learn what the Bible, ancient Rabbis, and the Apostles teach about eating. Did Jesus put ham, shrimp, and snails back on the table? See how a Messianic Jewish perspective provides important cultural context and uncovers the true meaning of New Testament passages about eating. Find out what it really means to eat biblically.


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A Tu Bishvat Haggadah

Tu Bishvat, the New Year for Trees, is a beautiful time to herald new life after a long and dormant winter. In the seventeenth century, a new custom arose to celebrate Tu Bishvat with a seder, a ceremonial meal inspired by Passover.

Bloom, Vine of David’s new Tu Bishvat Haggadah, is inspired by the story of the early pioneers of the modern State of Israel. This seder reflects upon the dreams of a Jewish national homeland in the Promised Land throughout the centuries and its culmination with Zionism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Bloom is simple and not deeply mystical. It focuses the modern return of the Jewish people to their land as a part of the broader plan of world redemption.

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