Featured Book: Who Knew Not Joseph by Menachem Mannie Magid

Who Knew Not Joseph
by Menachem Mannie Magid


About the Book

From a village in the Land of Goshen, a brilliant but physically challenged boy named Yoram manages to make his way into the heart of ancient Egypt.

Firsthand, he witnesses the changing culture of the Children of Israel and the different mindsets of the pharaohs who ascend to the throne.

Connecting the dots between the two histories, Yoram lives through the passions and frustrations that prevail as the weaker young nation falls inevitably into subjugation.

This fascinating novel covers the history of the Hebrew nation from its peak of contentment to its descent into slavery.

Through Yoram’s eyes and tribulations, Who Knew Not Joseph presents a real picture of the human side of that first holocaust. It tells how there indeed came a pharaoh who knew not Joseph (Exodus 1:8).


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Thirty Days in the Land with Jesus: A Holy Land Devotional by Charles H. Dyer


Follow in the footsteps of Jesusebq5st through the land of Israel with this wonderful devotional by Charles H. Dyer…

“See that single, rounded hill off in the distance? That’s Mount Tabor, the hill where Deborah and Barak routed the forces of Sisera. And the ridge directly in front of us is the Nazareth Ridge. Jesus’ hometown of Nazareth is located on top.”

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit the holy sites of Israel? To walk where Jesus once walked, and to see the very places where He performed the miracles we read about in the Bible?

Thirty Days In The Land With Jesus is a 30 day devotional that digs deeply into the Word of God by exploring the places and people we read about in the New Testament. The locations in the scriptures will come alive to you as never before as Dyer vividly describes the sights, sounds, and smells of some of the most significant areas in Israel in the days of Jesus. Offering wonderful insight into the traditions and culture of those days, you will gain a deeper understanding of the significance of the miracles and works of Jesus Christ during his ministry in the land.
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U.S. Publishing Giant HarperCollins Erases Israel Off Map

mapA Middle East with no Israel? That’s what students in that region of the world will see when they open their new world atlases as provided by the American-based mega-corporation HarperCollins……….  Click here for full story


Return To Me by Lynn Austin

With the Persian overthrow of Babylon, King Cyrus issues a decree allowing the Jews to return to Jerusalem and rebuild their temple.

Young Zechariah has reached a pivotal point in his life. On the cusp of adulthood, he must choose whether he will stay in Babylon with his parents or travel to Jerusalem with his grandparents and help rebuild the Jewish temple. On the eve of his Bar Mitzvah, he feels the overwhelming presence of God, and a calling that he must answer- return to Israel and train to become a priest. Continue reading “Return To Me by Lynn Austin”

Why Still Care About Israel? by Sandra Teplinsky

In this insightful book, ordained minister and president of Light of Zion Ministries, Sandra Teplinsky explores the sanctity of God’s everlasting covenant with Israel. According to Teplinsky, this book was written with 4 types of people in mind:

– Bible believers who are interested in Israel and wish to learn more from a Messianic Jewish Israeli perspective
– Christians who already love and support Israel and want to stay up to date on issues, as well as gain deeper insight
– Christians who question or doubt that God still has prophetic plans for Israel
– Non-christians puzzled or troubled by controversy and quandry of Israel, who are willing to look at the matter through the lens of scripture. Continue reading “Why Still Care About Israel? by Sandra Teplinsky”

From God To Us: How We Got Our Bible by Norman L. Geisler, William E. Nix


From God To Us is a fascinating account of the history of the Bible. This enormously comprehensive book (some 432 pages) covers a vast array of topics, such as:

  • The structure of the Bible and order of the books, including the traditional Hebrew arrangement of Old Testament books
  • An in-depth look into the definition & nature of “inspiration”, as well as Old Testament and New Testament claims of inspiration
  • Evidences for inspiration
  • The history of the canonization of the Bible
  • The discovery of the dead sea scrolls in the caves of Qumran, and their effect on our knowledge of the reliability of Old Testament texts
  • Many disputed books of the Old Testament and New Testament, including the Apocrypha
  • The many languages, writing materials, and preservation methods of the Bible
  • Charts, including my favorite- which compares the reliability of New Testament documents to other ancient texts
  • Several pages of black and white photos of ancient tablets (several of which mention Israel), the caves of Qumran and the scrolls which were found inside, and many other scripts and texts, including some of the oldest complete Bibles.
  • Many other non-biblical texts which agree with and prove the historical accuracy of the Bible Continue reading “From God To Us: How We Got Our Bible by Norman L. Geisler, William E. Nix”