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Yeshua: The Hebrew Word for Jesus
Yeshua



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The Hebraic Life and Ministry of the Messiah

Hebraic Life of Yeshua

This teaching will help you to identify with the Hebraic Life, Ministry and Teachings of Yeshua the Messiah. Yeshua was born a Jew. He lived a Jew. He died a Jew. He celebrated the weekly Sabbath and annual Festivals. He taught the Torah in parables and the Torah to all nations from Jerusalem during the Messianic Era.

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