It's like reading the Bible for the first time.
"I want to send you these three tools to equip and mentor you in the supernatural!" — Sid Roth
My friend, Bill Morford, has translated a fresh, new version of the New Testament that is the crispest, sharpest and most powerful I know for understanding the supernatural. Bill is a Greek scholar who also studied under an amazing Hebrew scholar and rabbi — the grandson of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, the architect of modern Hebrew.
For the Old Testament I suggested that Bill start with an approved Jewish translation that was in the public domain. Then he updated the archaic words and added 4,000 footnotes explaining the Jewish roots, customs and expressions. With its 170-page glossary and durable, leather-like cover, there is no other Bible like this! It's like reading the Bible for the first time!
First century customs and expressions come to life. Here is a text from Mark: “Truly I say to you whoever would say to this mountain, ‘You must immediately be removed and you must immediately be cast into the sea,’ and would not doubt in his heart but would believe that what he is saying is happening, it will be to him. Because of this I say to you, you must continually pray for everything, then for whatever you are asking, believe that you have taken it, and it will be there for you.” (Mark 11:23-24). This God We Serve. This inspiring compilation of 420 Names and Characteristics of God provides an inexhaustible resource for anyone who desires to know more about our loving Heavenly Father. Author Bill Morford believes that God is the same yesterday, today and forever and that the gifts of the Spirit should be just as powerful today as when Jesus walked the earth 2000 years ago. Feasts of the Bible. The Feasts of the Bible pamphlet explains the meaning behind the feasts and why they are important to God. This guide is an excellent tool to learn about the Jewish roots of Christianity and to discover Yeshua, "Jesus," in each "holy day." Bill Morford is a Greek scholar who also studied Hebrew under Rabbi Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, grandson of the Eliezer Ben-Yehuda whose lifetime work made Modern Hebrew the national language of Israel.