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The Voice of the Lord: Messianic Jewish Daily Devotional

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Here are words of encouragement that offer insight into the Jewish Scriptures—both Old and New Testaments. Twenty-two prominent Messianic contributors provide practical ways to apply biblical truth. These devotions, explore the Jewish roots of the New Testament, explain Hebrew words and phrases, and are filled with anecdotes from Jewish life and literature. Jump-start your day with this unique resource.

Keyed to the Hebrew calendar, this unique devotional begins with the month of Tishri. Extensive appendices include information on the Hebrew calendar, biblical and traditional feast days, and traditional weekly readings from the Torah (Pentateuch), Haftarah (Prophets), and the Brit Chadashah (New Testament).

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“The Council of Nicea was convened on Iyyar 19, 4085 (May 20, 325 c.e.). This council officially changed the date of the observance of Passover in the Church from Nisan 14 (the biblical date) to the first Sunday after the first full moon after the first day of Spring. This was done so that the Church would have ‘nothing in common’ with the Jewish people.” (Page 228)

“Legalism is not a lifestyle empowered by grace to fulfill the Torah of God. Rather, it is self-righteousness and pride. It multiplies commandments and requires practices that are not rooted in the Word of God. The legalistic spirit has difficulty discerning between the lesser and the greater commandments.” (Page 143)

“Nehemiah was not saying that our strength is in a feeling of joy we get from the Lord. Rather, he was speaking of strength we obtain by pleasing God. The Hebrew says, Chedvat Adonai hi ma‘uzzekhem (The Lord’s pleasure is your strength).” (Page 24)

“Our tradition calls attention to the shape of the shofar itself. Because the shofar is curved in appearance, we are reminded that this is the preferred posture of God’s people. We are not to arrogantly rely on our own wisdom or to think we can correct our spirit to align with our Father. Instead, we are to take the humble stance of the shofar; that is, to be curved or bowed in submission to what God would tell us.” (Page 1)

“Rosh HaShanah is a time to take an honest look into our spirits to make sure we are aligned with our Father’s plan for us. The curve of the shofar tells us that the only way to find God’s best is to bend our will to his will. May we enjoy a sweet New Year as we give heed to the lesson of the shofar!” (Page 1)

I believe you have done an excellent and very worthwhile piece of work in gathering these daily readings for Jewish believers. I pray that they may be widely used among Jewish believers, but also among Christians who need a different perspective in their daily readings from Scripture and in their devotions.

—Edith Schaeffer, Author and Lecturer

  • Title: The Voice of the Lord: Messianic Jewish Daily Devotional
  • Author: David J. Rudolph
  • Publisher: Messianic Jewish Publishers
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 416

David J. Rudolph graduate of Gordon-Cornwell Theological Seminary, is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Cambridge. A gifted writer with extensive pastoral and teaching experience, his articles have appeared in numerous publications. He is the author of Growing Your Olive Tree Marriage: A Guide for Couples from Two Traditions, also from Messianic Jewish Publishers and available from Logos Bible Software.

In 1941, The United States is drawn into World War II. During that same year, Dr. Henry Einspruch publishes his classic book, The Yiddish New Testament, a breakthrough in evangelistic literature for Jewish people. Over the following decades, the publications of Lederer/Messianic Jewish Communications have been widely used to impact thousands of Jewish people with the Good News of Messiah. These books and tracts have been distributed in the Orthodox Jewish community, have been given out to Jews in the former Soviet Union, and have been used by Messianic congregations and Jewish outreaches all over the world. Messianic Jewish Publishers mission is two-pronged: Reaching out to Jewish people with the message of Messiah and teaching the non-Jewish spiritual family about their Jewish roots.


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  1. John Douglas Hartnett
    I have found this daily devotional to be a profound blessing. Each entry brings deep insights into both the Messianic Jewish community and the Biblical calendar. This book is really something very special. May the Lord Bless You as you grow in Grace and in the knowledge of Jesus Christian. Shalom.
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