First Hebrew Cross Reference BibleYair Frank2019-10-23T12:02:46+02:00
First Hebrew Cross Reference Bible
“And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, He expounded unto them in all the Scriptures the things concerning Himself.” (Luke 24:27- KJV)
The purpose of this project is to shed light upon the Word of God for the people of Israel, and for the building-up of the Body of Christ.
After three years of hard work and prayers, the first-ever, full Hebrew cross-reference Bible is completed and in print. Containing over 90,000 cross-references, it is not only an excellent scripture study tool, but also especially effective for outreach.
It is the optimal tool to learn and see how the New Testament is rooted in the Old Testament, and how Jesus fulfilled the Messianic prophecies and promises. Among its additional features are:
Yearly reading plan and a proposed process for Bible study
God’s plan of salvation revealed in Old Testament Messianic prophecies and their fulfillment in the New Testament
Rabbinical references to Old Testament Messianic prophecies
Index of topics
Biblical timeline chart
12 color maps
Our heart’s desire and prayer is that the Lord will use this tool to deepen the knowledge of His word among the Hebrew-speaking believers. We also pray God will use it to lift the veil from the eyes of many non-believers, that they might see Him and His salvation through Christ.
As part of our distribution strategy, we seek for congregations or individuals abroad who will be willing to adopt an Israeli congregation or individual and help provide them with this Bible. Every gift of $18 will supply one Bible.
The majority of Israeli congregations number between 30- 80 people. For a donation of $900, a church can adopt a local congregation of 50 people, blessing each member with this unique Bible, which will be a useful tool to deepen their knowledge and study of God’s Word, and further their outreach to others. We will also be glad to connect the giving congregations with the recipient Israeli congregations, for prayer support and mutual encouragement.