Are we really living in the end times? Could it be that the recent Covid-19 crisis marked “the beginning of the end?” Will that be followed by an imminent (pre-tribulation) rapture? Will we still be living here for (at least some of) “the great tribulation?” Are we prepared? Will we need to change “the model” we use as Messiah’s body during the potentially tumultuous circumstances soon coming on our world?
This very interesting and challenging book addresses the above questions in a convincing and biblical way. As a native Israeli Jew and a follower of Israel’s Messiah Redeemer, the author approaches the above issues using his Hebraic Jewish Middle Eastern lens.
Spoiler alert! Do not expect traditionally accepted explanations and interpretations of end-time prophecies. Be prepared rather than to have your settled theology disrupted as you read with an open mind. You may discover your thinking has been influenced by traditional teachings, which are the byproducts of misinterpreted scriptures due to a lack of understanding of their proper cultural and linguistic context. Sit back and enjoy the ride.
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In recent decades, there has been a growing movement within the body of Messiah/ Christ towards a greater understanding of the Hebraic/Jewish roots of Christianity. Moses Wrote About Me is an integral part of this movement.
Moses Wrote About Me is the first of five commentary books written by Yosef, a native Israeli Jew who has followed Yeshua (Jesus) of Nazareth for almost 40 years. He has traveled and taught the Word of God (both Old and New Testaments) inside and outside God’s Promised Land for many years. The author believes that this book series will not only contribute to the body of Messiah’s appreciation of the Jewish roots of Christianity but that it is also an integral part of the preparation that all true followers of Messiah should make for the Messiah’s Second Coming.
Moses Wrote About Me follows the traditional Jewish readings that are held in every synagogue around the world on Sabbath/Saturday. The book’s emphasis is on the portraits and foreshadowings of the Jewish Messiah in every one of these Sabbath readings. To accomplish the goal of increasing our understanding of God’s master plan of salvation, the author includes comments on the Jewish sages and provides explanations of the meanings of Hebrew words, Hebrew names, and Hebrew places. In addition, Moses Wrote About Me addresses many known theological controversies from a unique and out-of-the-box perspective. All these things create a rich and stimulating experience in the study of the Word of God.
The prospective reader is encouraged to approach Moses Wrote About Me with an open mind. Set aside your preconceived ideas and doctrines, sit back, relax, and enjoy this unique perspective and approach to God’s Holy Word.
WATCH A SHORT VIDEO where Mr. Joseph Shulam and Yosef discuss Moses Wrote About Me.
In recent years, there has been a growing movement within the body of Messiah toward "the Hebraic roots of Christianity." The author holds that this movement is inspired by G-d, and is a vital part of the preparation for the Messiah's second coming. This book can serve an integral part in this movement. In character, this is a Messianic Jewish commentary on the Passover and the Haggadah. It is divided into two parts: A brief description of G-d's feasts as His prophetic time clock and a step by step guide to the Jewish family tradition during the first night of Passover, when every Jewish family around the world celebrates the Passover "Seder". You will learn the spiritual significance of G-d's feasts in the lives of today's followers of Messiah and receive an overview of instructions specific to Passover as they relate to the Messiah. This book is filled with commentaries concerning the many traditions.
Yosef Rachamim (“Rami”) Danieli
Discover fresh insights on Scripture from a Hebraic viewpoint by Israeli author, Yosef Rachamim (“Rami") Danieli. As a sabra (native-born Israeli) and certified Holy Land tour agent and guide, Yosef can approach the Hebraic roots of Christianity on an organic level.
Born into a traditional Jewish family who had immigrated from Iran to Israel, Yosef learned about the God of Israel. One day, a friend shared with him that Yeshua of Nazareth was the promised Messiah. Angrily, Rami grabbed a B'rit Chadasha (New Testament) and set out to prove him wrong. But as he read, Yosef was startled by the Jewishness of the book and this Man, Yeshua. "I expected to find Christian things, like Christmas, Easter, and Sunday worship," he shared. "To my surprise, I didn't find those at all. Instead, I found Yeshua and His disciples keeping Torah, the Moedim (Feasts of The Lord), and going to synagogue on Shabbat."
Then one day in 1982, a rabbi who followed Yeshua proved to him from the Talmud and Mishnah that Yeshua, the Rabbi from Nazareth, was indeed the Jewish Messiah. The witness of Messianic prophecies in the Tanakh sealed the deal. He became convinced: Yeshua was truly the Messiah. Rami became a "Messianic Jew."
Today, Yosef ("Rami") heads up Tour Your Roots, a ministry that offers unique Study Tours in the Holy Land. A dynamic and gifted speaker, Yosef also teaches in local Messianic congregations and synagogues in Israel, sharing insights into subjects related to the Hebraic/Jewish roots of the Faith.
By invitation, Yosef lectures at churches, house groups, and Messianic Congregations outside of Israel. A former captain in the IDF and bible scholar, Yosef offers unique teachings and seminars related to the current situation in the Middle East and Israel and other Bible Prophecy/Israel-related subjects. His wife, Gabriela is a gifted worship leader and songwriter and usually joins him, leading an intimate time of praise, on the harp or piano.
Contact us today for booking information on Holy Land tours or having Yosef & Gabriela come to share.