The Walk! Messianic Jewish Devotional Commentary Collection provides commentary on every book of the Torah. Each Walk! volume in this five volume collection leads you through a particular book, from Genesis to Deuteronomy, following the weekly Torah (Pentateuch) readings, including parallel passages from the Haftarah (Prophets) and B'rit Chadashah (New Covenant). The readings emphasize traditional Jewish and Messianic interpretation that focuses on personal application. Included in the volumes are brief Hebrew lessons for the beginner, as well as explanations of key biblical concepts. For all interested in relating the ancient Scriptures to your daily walk, the Messianic Jewish Devotional Commentary Collection is for you.
Your spiritual journey takes you from Eden to the Promised Land. Share the experiences of the Israelites as they go from bondage to freedom. Learn to trust God along the way. Finally, get ready to cross the Jordan and enter the Land of Promise. Start your journey with these great Bible study and devotional tools.
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... a creative way to grow in your spiritual journey. The Feinbergs have done a great service for the Messianic Jewish community as well as for any Christian seeking to better understand how the Jewish roots of Torah relate to our faith in Yeshua as Messiah.
—Rabbi Barney Kasdan, former President, Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations
... a brilliant and user-friendly application of the Torah. There is nothing like it. We use it and highly recommend it.
—Dan Juster, President, Tikkun Ministries International
Our congregation has been using their materials for years.
—Rabbi Jamie Cowen, President, Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations
As you walk Genesis, your spiritual journey takes you from Eden, through the flood, into the Promised Land, and down to Egypt. But the journey isn't just about days gone by. It continues today for all those who choose to walk with God. Following the weekly Torah (Pentateuch) readings from the synagogue, along with the related Haftarah (Prophets, Writings) readings, Jeff Feinberg helps us to relate the ancient Scriptures to our daily walk, reminding us that "it is a Tree of Life to those who take hold of it."
When we “Walk Exodus,” 400 years beyond Genesis, our family of seventy names is forged into a priestly nation. Construction takes time, as our journey winds through bondage, plagues, a parted sea, and wilderness. Every Passover, we recall this exodus story, for we also were redeemed by the mighty hand of God. At Sinai, God speaks! He covenants to dwells among us. Even today, He transforms the lives of those who join the journey.
...an excellent tool for Bible students...with a desire to learn more about the Jewish roots.
Why do Jewish children begin their study of Bible in Leviticus? "Since children are pure and the sacrifices are pure, let the pure come and occupy themselves with things that are pure' (Leviticus R. vii.3)". To "walk Leviticus," we must find a balance between two worlds -- the pure and the impure, the holy and the common. Ours is a priestly calling, to be holy ones, just as God is holy!
Wander through the wilderness with the children of Israel. You can stand up and be counted in the census of God’s army, or accept a special priestly task. Join the march, as we break camp and move out from Sinai. Then learn to trust God rather than spies who fear giants. Rebellion and complaints set us back, but the Land of Promise lies ahead. Though destroyers curse us, the Lord will bless us: “How lovely are your tents, O Jacob, your dwelling places, Israel!: After thirty-eight years, we camp by the Jordon, ready for Moses’ final words.
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Get ready to cross the Jordon and enter the Land of Promise. As you listen to Moshe’s words, learn from the past wanderings and prepare to claim your inheritance. You can walk the path of blessing with the next generation and serve as priests. Learn to hold God in awe, keep His commands, hear His voice, and cleave to Him. In return, God promises long life in the Land, from generation to generation, to the end of time.
...useful for teachers and leaders...soul food for believers hungry for devotional reading.
Dr. Jeffrey Feinberg is leader of Etz Chaim Congregation of Buffalo Grove, Illinois, and Midwest regional director for the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations (UMJC). Ordained by the UMJC and an alumnus of UC Berkeley, the University of Chicago, Stanford, and Trinity International University, Jeff is listed in Who’s Who of America and Who’s Who in the World.