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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Biblical Meditations / Old Testament
  • Language:English
  • Series title:UNDER THE FIG TREE
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:400
  • eBook ISBN:9781624884887

Under the Fig Tree

Messianic Thought Through the Hebrew Calendar.

by Patrick Gabriel Lumbroso

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Overview
A STIRRING WORD STUDY TO START YOUR DAY! Under the Fig Tree is a daily devotional that will ''rewind' your 'religion' to it's humble Jewish beginnings. Take a daily journey into the Word of God through the Hebrew Calendar and the Biblical Feasts. Learn deeper meaning of the Scriptures through Hebraic thought.
Description
Through the ill-fated twists of History, the book called in English the "bible' has suffered an identity crisis. The Bible has literally been high-jacked from its original Jewish context and buried under the rubble of the second century C.E. new world of Western Greek philosophy. It is therefore imperative Using verses from the fame Jewish Kings David and Solomon, 'Under the Fig Tree' endeavors to help the reader to dig through the philosophical, theological, and spiritual rubble of History and discover the Jewish foundation of the Bible, while reconnecting Hebrew Scriptures with Apostolic Texts. Using verses from the famed kings, David and Solomon, Patrick digs into Talmudic and Chassidic though in order to reconnect discipleship to Yeshua with its Jewish origins. Many who undertake this daily journey find their world turned upside, or should we say, 'right-side-up', so as you do, fasten your seat-belt and hang on to your seat as you find shattered many things you thought you knew about the Bible, and become part of a world-wide messianic movement that has swept the planet since the early 70's.
About the author
Patrick Gabriel Lumbroso was born in Paris, France. He was a member of Zionist Youth Groups from an early age leading up to his Bar-Mitzvah at the Wailing Wall. He made “Aliya” as a teen and did his studies in Israel. Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah manifested Himself to Patrick in 1975 seventy-five through a study of the fifty-third chapter of the prophetic book of Isaiah Patrick and his wife have six children and presently reside in the U.S. Patrick holds a Torah study group and teaches about the Hebrew roots of the Christian faith. Under their name,'The Lumbrosos', Patrick and his wife have produced a CD of original and traditional Israeli messianic songs called 'Day of Messiah'.
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