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Hebraic Lessons in Prayer
The first Prayer issue of Restore! has been among our most popular issues. Recovering the Hebraic roots of prayer concepts and practices is a very vital tool for Christians who are seeking to reconnect with the original faith of Jesus and the apostles. You will find great insight as you read the extraordinary articles in this issue of Restore! written by some of the best scholars of our time on Hebraic prayer lessons.
Holy Scripture, Our Jewish Heritage
Most Christians are simply unaware of how Jewish the Bible they read really is! It has been said that the Bible is a Jewish book from Genesis to maps! And, so it is. As you read this dynamic issue of Restore!, you will be reconnected with the essential Jewishness of the Hebrew Scriptures and the Apostolic Scriptures and you will understand how important what God has said will be to your own successful living.
Hebraic Restoration in the New Millennium
The new millennium has brought great opportunities to the church to move forward in reclaiming the Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith that has been largely lost to the church for nearly two millennia. This issue of Restore! will equip you with understanding about the importance of the Jewish roots to your own faith in Jesus as Lord and Messiah, and it will challenge you to recover and restore your own heritage.
Hebraic Foundations of Christian Prayer
When Jesus taught his disciples how to pray, he did not create a new prayer. Instead, he borrowed from various prayers that his Jewish family prayed in the synagogues of Israel. This fact stands as a strong illustration of the Hebraic foundations of every aspect of the life of the early Jesus movement. In this issue of Restore!, you will learn amazing details about the nature of biblical prayer and how it can impact your life.
Hebraic Paradigms for Christian Unity
In Jesus' extensive prayer to the Father, he interceded for unity among his disciples, a unity that would approximate the quality of the unity that Father, Son, and Holy Spirit have in the being of God. Unfortunately, much of the Christian church has not prayed Jesus' prayer but has instead reveled in contentions and division. This Restore! issue will help you understand the nature of biblical unity and how you can work to achieve it.
Holy Scripture: Christianity's Legacy from Judaism
Christianity owes a debt of gratitude to the Jewish people for all of its sacred Scriptures, including both the Hebrew Scriptures and the Apostolic Writings, all of which were either written in Hebrew or thought in Hebrew and translated into Aramaic or Greek. You will gain a new appreciation for the whole of Scripture as you study this issue of Restore!, and you will be blessed to understand the Hebraic roots of Christian Scripture.
Hebraic Restoration: Divine Identity and Purpose
"Who in the World Are You, and What on Earth Do you Think You're Doing?" This 60-minute lecture outlines Dr. John D. Garr's understanding of the prophetic nature of the international movement that has been engaged since the beginning of the sixteenth century in recovering the Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith. Beginning with an overview of the prophetic purposes of God, this message continues with an evaluation of what was lost from the pristine message of Jesus and the apostles in the first century. It continues with a discussion of the nature of restoration and renewal, including the various quantum leaps in the work of restoration that have taken place at various times and that continue into the present day, and concludes with a challenge to the church to complete the restoration.
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