Hebraic Roots Bible
Since I started my international humanitarian mission work over 13 years ago,it became apparent to me that many bible translations are flawed at best, orabsolutely corrupted at worst. As African Brethren would read to me thescriptures that were written in their native tongue, I found it difficult to believe biblical scholars could be so deficient when translating the written word into the vernacular of these peoples.I will say upfront that I am neither a Hebrew or Aramaic scholar, and don’tclaim to be one. I have lived in the land of Israel for at least half of the year overthe last decade, and have been a true covenant believer in Yahshua Messiah forover 28 years and also have been a Pastor and teacher of the word for more than17 years. I will also publicly state that I am firmly convinced that it was the Holy Spirit’s inspiration and not the intellectual knowledge of myself that has put thisHebraic Roots Bible together. I have fervently prayed and asked our Heavenly Father for guidance throughout the five years that I have been working on thisproject. I can also tell you that many times while doing this work I felt the spiritof
directing and guiding me to the finished work of this translation.This work is to the glory of
for the end time remnant to have the closestmanuscript possible to the original scriptures that were inspired for theCongregations of
.Eventually I conceded that it was not in ignorance that most bible translationshave many flaws. Since the invention of the printing press and the ProtestantReformation when the Holy Scriptures were translated from the original Hebrew and Aramaic languages respectively, translators in almost every case have usedan anti-Torah and anti-Hebrew premise during the production of their particulartranslations.I have studied and perceived that some translations are third and forthgenerations away from the original language. Each translation strays farther fromthe original text and becomes watered down and more distant from the truth.It is very clear from the historical, archeological and biblical evidence in theworld today that the original Tanach, known to many as the Old Testament wasindeed first written in the ancient Paleo Hebrew language.It is also proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that the New Testament was notoriginally written in Greek, but was written in Aramaic (the everyday spokenlanguage of our Savior Yahshua) and later translated into Greek.It is not the purpose of this manuscript to try to prove this fact with countlessdetails and examples to the skeptic, but to simply put the original Hebrew and Aramaic manuscripts together for the true body of Messiah.
This is anotherprophetic point of "
all things being restored"
in the last days.) The following area few examples: