What the Bible & Jewish Culture tell us about creativity, art and beauty
May 21, 2015
Author: Jews for Jesus

Check out this beautiful chart about creativity, art and beauty seen through the lenses of Scripture and Jewish culture.

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Top 40 Most Helpful Messianic Prophecies
January 15, 2015
Author: Jews for Jesus

Jews for Jesus has curated approximately 40 of the most helpful messianic prophecies along with their New Testament fulfillments.

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Insights into giving thanks
October 1, 2014
Author: Rich Robinson

This chart takes a look at thanksgiving from the Hebrew Scriptures, the New Testament, and in Jewish tradition.

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Jesus and Elijah: Comparisons and Contrasts
June 6, 2012
Author: Jews for Jesus

Discover the Old Testament-New Testament connection between the prophet Elijah and the Messiah Jesus.

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Overview of the Major Prophets: How well do you know the Jewish Bible?
September 7, 2011
Author: Jews for Jesus

Overview of the Major Prophets: How well do you know the Jewish Bible? or click here for minor prophets chart Major Prophets* Isaiah 740-700 B.C. [1] Jeremiah 626–587 B.C [1] Ezekiel 582-570 B.C. [1] Daniel 604-535 B.C. [1] Key Themes Warning of impending exile and...

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Overview of the Minor Prophets: How Well Do You Know the Jewish Bible?
March 6, 2011
Author: Rich Robinson

Overview of the Minor Prophets: How Well Do You Know the Jewish Bible? or click here for major prophets chart Minor Prophets* dates of ministry 1 Number of chapters Theme Points of Interest New Testament Connection Hosea 760-722 B.C. 14 God’s love for Israel in the...

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Biblical Locales, Then and Now
January 1, 2011
Author: Rich Robinson

Biblical Locales, Then and Now   Facts Then Today Words and Incidents Nazareth Facts: Located in a high valley with a mild climate. Name may derive from natzerat, watchtower” or netzer, “branch.” Not mentioned in the Old Testament or anywhere outside of the New...

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What does the Bible Say about Fasting?
March 1, 2009
Topics: charts, fasting
Author: Jews for Jesus

What does the Bible Say about Fasting? The words fast, fasted or fasting appear 61 times in the Old and New Testament. The Hebrew word for fast is pronounced, tsum.” While the Hebrew word means to abstain from food, fasting can also refer to abstinence from...

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Lessons from Leaven
March 1, 2007
Topics: charts, purim
Author: Rich Robinson

Lessons from Leaven Next month is Passover, which lasts for one night and is immediately followed by the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which lasts for seven. In preparation for these holidays, we have an in-depth look at leaven. The word “leaven” (chametz, חָמֵץ)...

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The New Testament: Contradictory or Consistent?
Author: Rich Robinson

Some efforts to resolve various difficulties the Bible presents have been simplistic, naive or sometimes even seemingly desperate.

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Passover Symbols
March 15, 2006
Author: Jews for Jesus

Passover Symbols IN O.T. ACCOUNTS AT LAST SUPPER AND/OR IN EARLY CHURCH IN RABBINIC TRADITION IN CONTEMPORARY JUDAISM AS APPLIED IN THE CHURCH TODAY BONDAGE AND EXODUS God's dealings with Israel — yearly celebration and remembrance (Ex. 12:24-27) Freedom in Christ...

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Tough (?) Jews of the Tanakh
Topics: charts, tanakh
Author: Jews for Jesus

Tough (?) Jews of the Tanakh Think there’s no way a Jewish carpenter from Nazareth deserves the title of Messiah? The Hebrew Scriptures are full of people whom we’ve considered heroes for generations, but a closer look reveals that these people may have...

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Prominent Titles of Jesus
December 1, 2004
Topics: charts
Author: Rich Robinson

Prominent Titles of Jesus Title Selected NT Passages OT Background Remarks God John 1:1; 20:28 1 John 5:20 Disputed as to correct manuscript reading: John 1:18 Disputed as to correct translation: Romans 9:5; Tit. 2:13 Isaiah 9:6 is the classic OT verse on the deity of...

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A Quick Guide to the Jewish Holidays
September 1, 2004
Topics: charts
Author: Jews for Jesus

Jewish Holidays explained with their biblical purpose and a traditional holiday greeting.

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Two Pictures of Messiah
Author: Jews for Jesus

Two Pictures of Messiah The book of Zechariah contains many messianic prophecies that, when viewed alongside New Testament passages, seem to point to Jesus. You decide. PROPHECY IN THE TANAKH WHAT THE NEW TESTAMENT SAYS The Messiah would be seen as King Zechariah 9:9...

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Blessing Gentiles
Author: Jews for Jesus

Blessing Gentiles While we affirm that the Jews are God's chosen people, it is important to note that God's plan from the beginning has always been to bless all people through the Jewish people. TORAH Hebrew Scripture promise or principle of blessing to the non-Jew...

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Words of Thanks in the Bible
November 1, 2003
Topics: charts
Author: Jews for Jesus

Words of Thanks in the Bible WORD Yadah:(Hebrew) Verb Todah(Hebrew) Noun Huy'dot(Hebrew) Noun Y'da'(Aramaic) Verb Eucharisteo(Greek) Verb Eucharistia(Greek) Noun form of the word above Eucharistos(Greek) Adjective form of the word above Anthomologeomai(Greek)...

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Parallels and Contrasts of Hanukkah and Christmas
December 1, 2002
Topics: charts
Author: Jews for Jesus

Parallels and Contrasts of Hanukkah and Christmas HANUKKAH CHRISTMAS MACABEES MESSIAH A small band of guerilla fighters supernaturally defeat the King of Syria and all his resources Baby Yeshua (Jesus) supernaturally survives despite Herod’s death warrant on all boys...

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Similarities Between the Angel of the Lord and Yeshua
Author: Jews for Jesus

Similarities Between the Angel of the Lord and Yeshua There are people who think that the angel of the Lord is Yeshua (Jesus) before he became a man. While the Scriptures do not say this explicitly, there are some remarkable likenesses between the angel and Yeshua. To...

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Top 10 Messianic Prophecies
Author: Jews for Jesus

The top prophecies that have persuaded thousands that Jesus is who he claimed to be.

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Minor Jewish Holidays
August 1, 2000
Topics: charts
Author: Jews for Jesus

Minor Jewish Holidays Minor Jewish holidays are described as such because they are not designated in the first five books of the Scriptures. These holidays commemorate various events throughout the history of the Jewish people and are to remind us of God's hand in all...

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God’s Plan for Jews and Gentiles
June 1, 1998
Topics: charts
Author: Jews for Jesus

God's Plan for Jews and Gentiles If you began receiving the Jews for Jesus newsletter after hearing one of our missionaries speak at your church, you probably filled out one of our involvement cards.” Perhaps you remember the boxes we ask folks to check on the...

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A Study on Biblical Concepts of Peace in the Old and New Testaments
December 1, 1997
Topics: charts

A Study on Biblical Concepts of Peace in the Old and New Testaments To see the chart in its original context, click here and go to page 4 Peace in the Tenach (Jewish Scriptures)—shalom שָׁלוֹם‎ Peace in the New Testament—eirene εἰρήνη Word Origin and Meaning The root...

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Autumn Feasts (Chart)
September 1, 1996
Topics: charts
Author: Jews for Jesus

Autumn Feasts (Chart) Feast Season Temporal Significance for Israel Under the Law Future Significance for all God’s People Under Grace Scripture Event Yom Truah: The Day of Trumpets also known as Rosh Hashanah Head of the Year Fixed date on the Hebrew calendar is the...

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Jewish Law and the New Testament
January 1, 1988
Topics: charts
Author: Larry Brandt

Jewish Law and the New Testament Christian scholars, ministers and laity have known for a long time that a knowledge of Jewish customs is not only helpful but necessary for a proper understanding of the New Testament. To meet this need, countless books and articles...

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A Comparison between Joseph and Jesus
July 1, 1985
Author: Jews for Jesus

Discover the many parallels between Joseph (the son of Jacob and Rachel) and Jesus.

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The Talmud and the Gospels
Author: Jews for Jesus

The Talmud and the Gospels No Jewish scholar can fail to recognize that the teaching of Jesus forms one of the most unique codes in the world. Dr. Joseph Klausner, for many years professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, states in his epoch-making book, Jesus...

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