Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels

Jewish Custom of Making a Blessing[24]


Through a careful and informed choice of words, the Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels help to show Yeshua behaving as an observant Jew. Christians often say a prayer before eating, but watch and learn how Yeshua participates in the traditional formalities of Jewish culture by blessing the Creator—not the food—before eating.

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