Moses Wrote About Me: Portraits of Messiah in the Torah (Paperback)
In recent decades, there has been a growing movement within the body of Messiah/Christ towards a greater understanding of the Hebraic/Jewish roots of Christianity. Moses Wrote About Me is an integral part of this movement.
Moses Wrote About Me is the first of five commentary books written by Yosef Rachamim Danieli, a native Israeli Jew who has followed Yeshua (Jesus) of Nazareth for almost 40 years. He has traveled and taught the Word of God (both Old and New Testaments) inside and outside God's Promised Land for many years.
The author believes that this book series will not only contribute to the body of Messiah's appreciation of the Jewish roots of Christianity, but that it is also an integral part of the preparation that all true followers of Messiah should make for the Messiah's Second Coming. For more information on Yosef, to listen to his teachings, sign up for his newsletters, and, to invite him and his wife Gabriela to share with your people on a diversity of subjects related to Israel and the Word, please visit www.touryourroots.com
Moses Wrote About Me follows the traditional Jewish readings that are held in every synagogue around the world on Sabbath/Saturday. The book's emphasis is on the portraits and foreshadowings of the Jewish Messiah in each and every one of these Sabbath readings. To accomplish the goal of increasing our understanding of God's masterplan of salvation, the author includes comments of the Jewish sages and provides explanations of the meanings of Hebrew words, Hebrew names, and Hebrew places. In addition, Moses Wrote About Me addresses many known theological controversies from a unique and out-of-the-box perspective. All these things create a rich and stimulating experience in the study of the Word of God.
The prospective reader is encouraged to approach Moses Wrote About Me with an open mind. Set aside your pre-conceived ideas and doctrines, sit back, relax, and enjoy this unique perspective and approach to God's Holy Word.