from the famed discovery
oldest New Testament text has finally been released to the public.
You may read the Codex Sinaiticus online - but only if you
know Greek! To read it in
English, you need the only English translation we know.
The H. T.
Anderson English Translation
of the Codex Sinaiticus, with the three extra early New
Testament books and the Sonnini Manuscript of Acts 29 included, and
the original absences of certain verses (put in there later by the
'church') is now
available only at here.
THIS IS NOT A
CHEAP, SCANNED-IN FACSIMILE. This is a first edition of the text
published in easy-to-read Georgia font with plenty of room between
verses for your notes.2 points between verses, hard or soft cover.
Also known as
Recognitions of Clement
Ever wonder why
PAUL and not PETER received the
to the lost tribes? Wasn't Peter the stone upon which the
"church" was to be built? In this new translation of the
Nazarene Acts, we follow Kefa (Peter) as he itinerates from
Jerusalem and up the Mediterranean coast up to Tripoli, as recorded
in the journals of his successor, Clement of Rome (Phi 4:3).
Every message Kefa preached, the company he kept, and the great
works of faith the the Almighty accomplished through him are herein
recorded. This 300 page volume has been 'hidden' in the back
of an obscure volume of the "Church Fathers" all this time.
Could it be that, in establishing the Gentile 'church' by pushing
away from Judaism, this history was purposely hidden?
Jackson Snyder Monthly Viewsletter
many Hebraic worship settings and
healing, deliverance and repentance prayers.
Short lists on how to keep the Biblical Feasts.
No pagan names of titles.
Everything you need for your own home services.
ORIGINAL Scripture songs in spiral-bound book,
with downloadable demos and accompaniments for all songs.
Accompaniments fully orchestrated.
Sample Demo 1
Sample Demo 2
Sample Accom 1
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Guidelines For Shabbat Observance
Keeping Shabbat is simple, easy, fun and
should never be a burden. Here are some basic dos and don'ts for your home
and congregational family.
Shemot 16:23 no baking or cooking. Period. All meals must be premade,
cold, or KEPT WARM; not heated afresh!
Shemot 16:27. No food gathering, or food shopping, or shopping of any
kind of provisions, including gas for your car! Ouch! It must be totally
different and set apart than all other days Shemot 20:8. It should break
not continue normal routines.
Shemot 20:10 All hired hands or services in and around your home and
business must not be allowed. Example, the hired help such as grass
cutters and telephone repair people.
Shemot 20:11 YHWH rested. What kind? Total. So must we. Total surrender
to rest other than congregational related tasks, as the priests worked
on Shabbat ONLY for the people to rest, but not to work for themselves.
Shabbat is a mark that identifies you as Yisrael.
Shemot 35:3 no fires can be started. That’s means working at combustion.
you live in Yisrael you must observe shmeeta Wayiqra 25: 26.
personal work Numbers 15:3235.
Second Kings 4:23 A day to visit prophets and other men of YHWH.
(Assembly). Second Kings 11:7; a day to guard YHWH’s house so the people
can rest and be safe.
day to remove and repent from evil done over the last week and rest in
Yahshua’s arms Yeshayahu 56:2.
day to fall back in love with YHWH’s Name. Isaiah 56:6.
day to reestablish covenant and pray Yeshayahu 56: 67.
day to leave your pleasures and hobbies, golf, little league, soccer
league, bowling league and drama for the kids Yeshayahu 58:13. Not doing
your own ways or routines. A day to speak and meditate on His words NOT
YOURS, OR OTHER HUMANOIDS! To me that means no e mails, phones, cell
phones, faxes or other garbage containing HUMAN WORDS! The trick is to
replace human words and ways and routines with YHWH’s.
you do these things YHWH will make this set apart day a day for you to
fly into the things of Yisrael/Jacob and also to promote you in your
secular affairs as seen by this term “riding on the heights of the
earth.” YHWH will feed you and allow you to ride and soar over the
day for kingdom rehearsal according to Yeshayahu 66:23.
A day for not carrying your own things. No moving or air flights, or bus
trips UNLESS it is to attend a Torah assembly Yirmeyahu 17:21.
are not to have a secret desire to see Shabbat over with quickly so we
can go back to normal business as usual. Amos 8:5.
business except the King’s business Nehemiah 10:31. Matthew 12:35,
Mark 2:2728 Shabbat is man’s day of rest.
Mark 3:4 A day to heal. Doctors can work for free!!!!! Yipeee!
funerals or weddings on Shabbat Mark 16:1. You cannot schedule these
events. Attending them is also highly questionable.
Luke 4:16 a time to stand and read Scripture. Synagogue aliyah. Luke
Brit milah is allowed on Shabbat. It is considered a healing away from
the world (ahrela/harlotry of the world) and into the covenant of the
fathers John 7:23.
Acts 1:12 walking for the sake of exercise and such is forbidden. Same
with travel for pleasure. Walking for the Shabbat is permitted.
Acts 13:27 a day to hear the prophetic voice of Yahshua.
Acts 16:13 a day to pray and sing.
Acts 18:4 a day to reason things out from Scripture.
First Peter 1:7 a day to practice brotherly love.
Colossians 2:1617. A day to declare the future kingdom on earth.
First Timothy 3:16. Main purpose of Shabbat is to rest in the
manifestation of YHWH in Yahshua’s mission to earth.
day to measure your gains in Yahshua First timothy 6:6.
Second Timothy 3:5 a day to manifest the power of YHWH.
Titus 2:12 Teaching us to renounce wickedness and worldly lusts, and to
live sensibly, as tzadikim with a lifestyle of Shabbatguarding piety, in
the olam hazeh; 13 Looking for that blessed tikvah, and the beautiful
appearing of the great tvktand our Savior gauvhha Moshiach;
A day to renounce evil, lusts and recall
Yahshua’s soon coming kingdom. A weekly reminder of creation and recreation.