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Tony Robinson is a writer, teacher, worship leader and songwriter who has been involved in Messianic ministry for the past seven years.

Author: Tony Robinson

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781607917380

Category: Religion

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In John 5:39 and 46, Yeshua (Jesus) emphatically stated that the Torah was written about Him! Furthermore, in Luke 24:27 and 44-47, He stated that the following truths were prophesied in the Torah, the Prophets and the Psalms: He would suffer, die, be buried in the grave, resurrected, and finally, repentance and remission of sins would be preached in His name among the nations. With Yeshua's statements in mind, would you be able to find one such prophecy? Unfortunately, most who believe that Yeshua is the Messiah are hard pressed to point to any such prophecies. Even so, The Scroll of the Gospel of David will introduce you to an entire world of Messianic prophecy in the Old Testament and will help you understand how the death, burial and resurrection of Yeshua in three days is the most prophesied event in the Old Testament! Tony Robinson is a writer, teacher, worship leader and songwriter who has been involved in Messianic ministry for the past seven years. He graduated from the University of Illinois with a B.S. in chemistry and from Kansas State University with a M.S. in analytical chemistry. He is director of Restoration of Torah Ministries, a non-profit organization established to 1) teach the Hebraic roots of the faith, 2) lead Messianic worship and 3) write Messianic songs that celebrate the Torah. Furthermore, he is author of the web page, Restoration of Torah. The web page contains many articles and a complete set of Torah lessons. He currently attends Beth Abara Hebraic Assembly in Cleveland, TN, and lives in Ringgold, GA, with his wife, Tina, and four children, Sean, Evan, A.J. and Erica. Restoration of Torah Ministries http: //www.restorationoftorah.org [email protected]
2009-07 By Tony Robinson

Through narrative and symbols the stories of the Bible will unfold for readers of all ages and walks of life, enabling the sharing of Gods Word and the hope for everlasting life.

Author: James Kendall

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 9781602473195

Category: Religion

Page: 73

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Next the trunk of the tree appears, filled with namesAbraham, Isaac and Jacob can be seen. We see a man at the base of the tree, who can it be, but Abraham. The sun is rising on a new day that will fulfill Gods wonderful plan for the world and its peoples. In The Family Tree of Abraham, author James Kendall approaches some of the most well-known stories of the Bible uncovering major themes, sharing with readers the Word of God, and forming a solid foundation for the expansion of personal faith. Through narrative and symbols the stories of the Bible will unfold for readers of all ages and walks of life, enabling the sharing of Gods Word and the hope for everlasting life.
2008-01-01 By James Kendall

This book is a detailed account of the life of king David.

Author: Joseph Agbi

Publisher:

ISBN: 1460227522

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 296

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This book is a detailed account of the life of king David. It vividly narrates his life and helps you to understand the spiritual strength he gathered as he grew in obedience and faith under the watchful eyes of the Almighty. As a young shepherd, he killed a lion and a bear thereby saving his sheep. Also, David watched by cowardly men, defeated Goliath the Philistine giant, setting the stage for his greatness. King Saul, David's predecessor, was not pleased with David's successes and determined to exterminate the young wise man to prevent him from tasting royalty and the glories of kingship. Together with a band of faithful men, David under divine guidance overcame all obstacles he faced. Thereafter, king David, backed by a committed military built a successful kingdom continued by his son king Solomon. David's resolute faith and strong passion for God earned him the eternal reward of being the progenitor of Christ. The intricacies of victory, the agonies of defeat, his love life, the luring power of sin, the rebellion from his own household and betrayal by friends makes his story compelling for everyone to understand. You will certainly be motivated to aim for higher goals after reading this book.
2014-06-25 By Joseph Agbi

THE RESURRECTION OF BELlEvERs In the book of Second Samuel, a messenger named Ahimaaz (A-hee-ma-oz) wanted to bring a message to King David. His father was an important priest named Zadok whom the King trusted.

Author: Trip Kimball

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781449760458

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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Get a simple and clear understanding of the essential gospel, and be able to explain and share God’s story with others with confidence and clarity. Find out what’s so good about the good news. Learn essential truths in non-theological terms, and be able to share your personal faith whenever and wherever you go.
2012-09 By Trip Kimball

Rather, he is inviting his listeners to reflect more deeply on what Scripture reveals about the Messiah, the promised son of David. Drawing from Psalm 110, a psalm attributed to King David, Jesus raises an apparent dilemma.

Author: Mary Healy

Publisher: Baker Academic

ISBN: 9780801035869

Category: Religion

Page: 348

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This volume inaugurates a series of accessibly written yet substantive commentaries for use in Catholic universities, seminaries, and parishes.
2008-11-01 By Mary Healy

2 Kings of the earth do set themselves , And princes are combin'd To plot against the LORD , and his Anointed , saying thus , 8 Let us asunder break their bands , And cast their cords from us . 4 Ile that in heaven sits , shall laugh ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:AH6969

Category: Bible

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Author: George Horne

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ISBN: OSU:32435050799444

Category: Bible

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1811 By George Horne

2 Kings of the earth do set themselves , And princes are combin'd To plot against the Lord , and his Anointed , saying thus , 3 Let us asunder break their bands , And cast their cords from us . 4. He that in heaven sits , shall laugh ...

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Addresses the issue of the precarious nature of Davidic sonship in the Gospel of Mark.

Author: Max Botner

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108477208

Category: Bibles

Page: 254

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Addresses the issue of the precarious nature of Davidic sonship in the Gospel of Mark.
2019-05-30 By Max Botner

King David (1:6): One of the most significant features of Matthew's record is the emphasis on Jesus' kingly lineage. David isnot simply the son ofJesse as heis stated to be inLuke's genealogy (Luke 3:31–32), but is David the king (Matt ...

Author: Michael Wilkins

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781433681011

Category: Religion

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The most comprehensive volume ever produced in defense of the Gospels and Acts The four Gospels and the book of Acts tell stories of Jesus’ life and the birth of Christianity. Are these stories true history or just religious fiction? Christians accept the stories as true and say that the entire Bible is a reliable communication inspired by God. Against this, non-Christians have argued that the Bible is a book of legends, myths, and historical inaccuracies—just another example of human religious endeavor. In this volume, four world-class New Testament scholars address challenges to the reliability of the Gospels and Acts. In order to identify the most important challenges, the authors drew from the literature of skeptics and New Testament critics, plus they included questions that many Christians ask as well. The result is the most comprehensive defense of the Gospels and Acts that has ever been published. The primary purpose of the Holman Apologetics Commentary on the Bible is to equip readers to defend the reliability of Scripture and the historic evangelical understanding of its teachings. It is designed for use by general readers, though scholars will find it a probing and welcome resource as well. A secondary purpose is to encourage awareness and discussion of Bible difficulties that are not commonly mentioned from the pulpit or even the seminary lectern. This is not a verse-by-verse commentary. The authors were provided an index that identified verses known to be relevant to the topics of apologetics and biblical reliability. They restricted their comments to these verses, plus any others that they recognized as germane to the aims of this project. Typically, each commentary note begins by stating the challenge or challenges regarding the text at hand. We attempt to state the case in all its potency, as a critic would state it. This approach takes seriously the critical viewpoint and helps ensure that the reader feels the full weight of the challenge. The contributors take each challenge seriously and seek to describe viable solutions that support faith and align with a high view of Scripture.
2013-10-01 By Michael Wilkins