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God S Appointed Times New Edition

Author: Barney Kasdan
Publisher: Lederer Books
ISBN: 9781880226353
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How can the biblical holy days such as Passover/Unleavened Bread and Tabernacles be observed? What do they mean for Christians today? Provides an easily understandable and hands-on approach. Discusses historical background, traditional Jewish observance. New Testament relevance, and prophetic significance.

God S Appointed Customs

Author: Barney Kasdan
Publisher: Lederer Messianic Publications
ISBN: 9781880226636
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Are the biblical/Jewish customs just for Jews? Or, can Christians also receive blessings by observing them? This book explains how God's appointed customs can be part of anyone's lifestyle, Jew or Gentile. This is especially relevant to believers in Messiah, since Yeshua (Jesus) himself observed them. Includes marriage and family customs, mourning customs, and more! Each chapter offers historical background, traditional Jewish observance, relevance to the New Testament, and a practical guide to help believers observe these customs within the context of a biblical lifestyle. God's Appointed Customs is divided into two sections, Biblical Lifecycle and Biblical Lifestyle. The author, Barney Kasdan, leads of one of the world's largest Messianic Jewish congregations.

God S Time God S Appointed Time

Author: Carlito Rios
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781545604175
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Carlito Rios also known as Chaplain Charlie is a member of Christ Tabernacle Church in Glendale, New York. He serves in the Care Ministry at his Church for several years, and has been in this ministry for most of his 40 years as a Christian. He was also a youth counselor and worked with troubled youths in Group homes in upstate New York and recently made several mission trips to Ghana, Africa, reaching out to the poor and orphanages and continues to do so.

The Fall Feasts Of Israel

Author: Mitch Glaser
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 9781575678160
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Understanding the purpose and traditions of the Jewish feasts will give you a deeper appreciation for your God, your heritage, and the gift of redemption provided by the sacrificial death of Christ. The Fall Feasts of Israel will help you understand three of Israel's most significant festivals: Rosh Hashannah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. A complete examination of each feast includes a look at its biblical institution, its celebration in the time of Christ, and its observances by Jews today. "The feasts and laws of the Lord were a tutor to lead the Israelites to the Savior...the festivals find their fulfillment in Christ and His New Covenant." This book will give you insight into what God originally intended for the sacrificial offerings.

Our Hands Are Stained With Blood

Author: Michael L. Brown
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 9781560430681
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From the first 'Christian' persecutions of the Jews in the fourth century to the horrors of the Holocaust, from Israel-bashing in today's press to anti-Semitism in today's pulpits, this shocking and painful book tells the tragic story that every Christian must hear.

God S Bankers

Author: Gerald Posner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439109869
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A deeply reported, New York Times bestselling exposé of the money and the clerics-turned-financiers at the heart of the Vatican—the world’s biggest, most powerful religious institution—from an acclaimed journalist with “exhaustive research techniques” (The New York Times). From a master chronicler of legal and financial misconduct, a magnificent investigation nine years in the making, God’s Bankers traces the political intrigue of the Catholic Church in “a meticulous work that cracks wide open the Vatican’s legendary, enabling secrecy” (Kirkus Reviews). Decidedly not about faith, belief in God, or religious doctrine, this book is about the church’s accumulation of wealth and its byzantine financial entanglements across the world. Told through 200 years of prelates, bishops, cardinals, and the Popes who oversee it all, Gerald Posner uncovers an eyebrow-raising account of money and power in one of the world’s most influential organizations. God’s Bankers has it all: a revelatory and astounding saga marked by poisoned business titans, murdered prosecutors, and mysterious deaths written off as suicides; a carnival of characters from Popes and cardinals, financiers and mobsters, kings and prime ministers; and a set of moral and political circumstances that clarify not only the church’s aims and ambitions, but reflect the larger tensions of more recent history. And Posner even looks to the future to surmise if Pope Francis can succeed where all his predecessors failed: to overcome the resistance to change in the Vatican’s Machiavellian inner court and to rein in the excesses of its seemingly uncontrollable financial quagmire. “As exciting as a mystery thriller” (Providence Journal), this book reveals with extraordinary precision how the Vatican has evolved from a foundation of faith to a corporation of extreme wealth and power.