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The Sabbath: Entering God's Rest
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The Sabbath: Entering God's Rest

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Messianic Jewish Publishers 1998

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What does it mean to "rest in God?" Has the subject of the Sabbath ever confused you? Have you ever desired to celebrate this God-given day? The Sabbath: Entering God's Rest shares the meaning of the Sabbath for both Jews and Christians. It answers some important questions: What is the Sabbath? When is the Sabbath? Should the Sabbath be kept? Whom is the Sabbath for? This book addresses these questions and other controversial aspects surrounding Shabbat, the Sabbath. It is a helpful guide for observing the Sabbath and includes recipes, blessings, and songs. This book will challenge you to have a Sabbath of peace—even into eternity.

Product Details

  • Title: The Sabbath: Entering God's Rest
  • Authors: Barry and Steffi Rubin
  • Publisher: Messianic Jewish Publishers
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 48

About Barry and Steffi Rubin

Barry and Steffi Rubin are leaders of Emmanuel Messianic Jewish Congregation in Clarksville, MD.

About Messianic Jewish Publishers

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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