This Torah book is a spectacular presentation of the Word of God! Beautifully rendered with color engravings and decorative motifs along the covers and pages, this is a treasure. The book itself is shaped to resemble the traditional interpretation of the two tablets of stone on which God wrote the Law. This Torah is perhaps one of the most easily comprehended, as the original Hebrew text of the Torah the first five books of the Bible is presented side-by-side with the English translation so that you can read both at the same time without turning pages. The Torah Book is 13.5”x 9.25” and comes with a sturdy protective sleeve.
Confessing the Hebrew Scriptures - The Lord My Shepherd
Throughout Scripture, God presents Himself as a good shepherd who cares for His flock. He nurtures, protects, guides and comforts us. In this fifth volume of Jonathan Bernis’ Confessing the Hebrew Scriptures series The Lord My Shepherd you’ll find breathtaking photographs alongside inspiring verses from the Old and New Covenants. Confessing the truth of God’s Word transforms us. Here, in this profound collection, you will receive Scriptures written in English, Hebrew and the transliteration from Hebrew. An audio CD includes Scriptures spoken in Hebrew enabling you to learn pronunciation and begin confessing these comforting verses in the Lashon HaKodesh, the Holy language of Hebrew.
Torah Book Stand
Matched in size, shape, and motif, the Torah Stand perfectly displays and complements the Torah Book (Item #8585). Gold colored designs also include the words of Joshua 1:8 in English and Hebrew: “You shall meditate in Holy Scriptures day and night.” This sturdy wooden stand is adjustable with varying display height. It makes a beautiful presentation of the Torah Book, family Bible, or your most used Bible study resource. Stand measures 10” tall.
This beautifully designed pewter keychain displays the Hebrew text of the Shema from Deuteronomy 6:4, "Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one." Considered one of the most important declarations of faith, the Shema is also the prayer inside the mezuzah placed on doorposts. In Deuteronomy, the Shema is followed immediately by what Jesus called the Greatest Commandment in the whole Bible, instructing us to love the Lord with all our heart, soul, and might.