shattering_cover_small Shattering the Conspiracy of Silence
The Hebrew Power of the Priestly Blessing Unleashed
by Nehemia Gordon
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HebrewYeshuaCoverFrontSmall The Hebrew Yeshua vs. the Greek Jesus (Book)
by Nehemia Gordon
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PrayerCoverSmall A Prayer to Our Father (Book)
by Nehemia Gordon & Keith Johnson
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NamingBookSmall The Naming of Jesus in Hebrew Matthew
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by Nehemia Gordon, Meir Rekhavi, and Shawn Lichaa
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22 thoughts on “Store

  1. I love your Book: Shattering the Conspiracy of Silence The Hebrew Power of the Priestly Blessing Unleashed. I will share it to my friends to bless them and bought these books to bless your ministry Nehemiah Gordon. I will continue to support your ministry the best I can as you do in your research and sharing this wonderful blessing to our Abba Father’s people.

    Lea Cruz

  2. Dear Mr. Gordon,
    I came across an interview this morning on youtube with yourself and Christine Darg from some time back speaking about your book, “The Hebrew Yeshua vs The Greek Jesus.” I found that what you said was so interesting. I admire your research. Very refreshing!!
    In that interview which was some time back (a few yrs), Mrs. Darg stated that you had been to the US and had spoken in various churches.
    Will you be doing that again in the near future speaking here in the US?
    My husband and I will be traveling to Israel (1st time) in mid-March on a tour. After the tour is done, we will be on our own and the last 5 days we will be back in Israel. Do you have any speaking engagements in April by chance from April 1st thru April 5th? We would love to hear you speak.
    It was such a nice surprise when I came across this site today on youtube this morning.
    Thank you for your inspiration and for all of your studying and the time that you have put in to this that G d has blessed you with and that is to be a Scholar!
    Ironically, the tour that I am going on from Lipkin Tours is called, “The Scholar’s Tour.”

    Cheri Lenhert

  3. To Moishe from Sept 3, 2014, I have used The Scriptures from the Institute of Scripture Research of South Africa for around 4 years now. The name of our Father appears as the tetragrammaton and His son as Yeshua in Hebrew characters. Places and names are in translirerated Hebrew. I have enjoyed it very much. You will not find “lord” in place of Yehovah unless in the Hebrew it is designated as Adonai. You amy obtain a copy by going to their website or even on ebay. It is difficult to go back to other versions after reading this one. But I do use the other translatations as reference in studying. Keith Johnson’s book, His Hallowed Name Revealed Again is a challenging and wonderful book. Changed my gentile, christian, western way of thinking.

  4. Hello, is it possible to buy your book “Jewish Yeshua vs. the Greek Jesus” translated into Russian?

    Здравствуйте, можно ли купить вашу книгу “Еврейский Иешуа в сравнении с греческим Иисусом” переведенную на русский язык?

  5. Which book do you recommend most? My background is that I was a christian, and now part of the Jewish people, since I love Yehovah, and observe Torah and keep the Shabbat 😀
    And how can I bless the Jewish people most, in terms of (financial) support?

    • I was a christian, and I payed tithes to the church/pastor. But I like to think I ultimately payed to Yehovah. In the end, following Yeshua lead me to his Father. I consider myself part of the Jewish people now. And I am now looking at how to bless them. So my comment and question now is: how to best bless Yehovah’s people?

  6. I second this. I have read David Sterns Bible, but find a slight bias. What I would really, really like to see from Nehemiah and Keith is a new Bible totally, that is a good translation of the Leningrad and Aleppo Codexes into in modern English, Hebrew Matthew translated into English and the links of all the words of Yoshua to the OT with an amplified understanding that sheds light on these minute points, abbreviations, etc… and sheds light on all of the errors of former translations that are prone to what Keith refers to as “a Constantinian agenda.” (I really like that phrase)!
    Then, I’d like to see the remaining NT translate the Greek with a Hebraic mindset, with references linked to the OT as well.

    If it could be merged with information about now the concept of a lunar cycle affects how we read the bible, uses the authentic Jewish words/terms, e.g. Yom Kippur/Day of Atonement and Succoth/Feast of Tabernacles, etc… that would be great. An appendix that could have a listing of all the covenants God made with the human race would also be awesome.

    Quite by providence, I met a Portuguese man who told me about your website, and it’s changed my life, because I’ve been saying the same thing for years, and complaining about what I call “the institutionalized Ostrich syndrome” meaning that people refuse to give up and sacrifice tradition for truth, and stick their heads in the sand, because if they did listen to the truth it would make them do the one thing they do not want to do… change their world view/paradigm, which means work, and for some, sweat! This is the most important work of this new century! I pray we can find more Hebrew manuscripts. Maybe the Vatican has them in some secret vault!

    Also… a question. How important is it for true believers in Yoshua to celebrate the 7 feasts?

    • I’ve been wishing for the same thing from Keith and Nehemia, a trustworthy Bible version translated directly from Hebrew to English, and of course from Greek to English with Hebrew understanding. That would be the greatest treasure.

      Nehemia and Keith, you have spoiled us………….

        • No translation is able to be an exact translation because hebrew words and there meaning, but also because of people’s bias in interpretation comes into translation. Saying that, we use a very good translation that looks to translate words as literally as possible and has restored the name of YHVH and all names to their original hebrew. It’s called “the scriptures”

          • Write Jehovah into the king james version bible search bar and you will find it a few times. in Exodus 12, my New KJV says in the column that “Jehovah is the name of God”

  7. I would like to know which Hebrew bible you recommended for Keith Johnson to get. I have The Interlinear Bible with Hebrew, Greek and English as well as the Hebrew-English bible published by The Bible Society in Israel – but I do not know whether either one of these are true Hebrew bibles or translated from English and/or Greek back into Hebrew. After checking several things in both when you talked about certain things within your own version, I found differences. You do not list one in your “store’. Thank you and I do appreciate your knowledge that Yahveh-God has given you to bless the rest of us with.

  8. I very much appreciate your work on the Hebrew Yashua vs the Greek Jesus. But I have a question: Did Yashua speak only Hebrew, only Aramaic or a combination of the two? And is it safe to say that ONLY Hebrew is used when reading Torah?

  9. I looked everywhere for the name of our lord yahovah in the hebrew writtings, i need to learn how to write in hebrew.

  10. I understood you have a book that explains the how you came by the correct pronunciation of our Father’s name Yahovah, but I cannot find it. How do I get it?

    Thanks – David Hughes

    • Nehemiah explains this in the book “Shattering the Conspiracy of Silence”, and in short he came over the name YHVH with the vowel points in the Aleppo codex.
      I purchased the book from the “Add to cart” link above and from the iBook store.
      I highly recommend it.

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