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From the First Man to the Son of Man

מאדם הראשון ועד בן-האדם

The book, “From the First Man to the Son of Man,” is a beautifully illustrated collection of 10 Bible Stories, which are told in both English and Hebrew.  The rhyming verse gives a lyrical hint to the familiar stories, while maintaining their Biblical faithfulness.

There are 6 stories from the Old Testament including the story of the First Man – Adam and continuing with the stories of Noah, Jacob, Moses, David, and Esther. All of these stories help trace the story of God’s People, Israel, from the Beginning through the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem, after the Exile to Babylon. 

After that, there are 4 New Testament stories telling about the Son of Man, Jesus Christ.  These include the Bible stories of Jesus’ Birth, the Flight to Egypt, of Jesus Calling His Disciples (in particular, Peter), and the Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes.

For anyone wanting to know the overarching story of the Bible, and how God interacted with His People, Israel, this is a great book.  I would highly recommend it.

ISBN: 9789657607657

Author: J. Spencer Bloch

Illustrations: Anya Poberejny

 
 
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Hannah's praayer in Shiloh

When we think about the House of God, we usually think about the Temple in Jerusalem. However, long before the foundations of the Temple were laid, God’s Tabernacle was established in the city of Shiloh, in the hill country of the Tribe of Ephraim, a central place in the life of the people. Here, in the Tabernacle of Shiloh, the story of Hannah takes place, the story of a woman who wants to be a mother more than anything. God responds by blessing her with a son, whom she names Samuel. He grows up to be a prophet (seer) and leader of the nation of Israel.  Her baby boy grows up to anoint the first king of Israel -- and to find the young man whose progeny will be God's chosen forever, David. 

ASIN: B08JCW1X7M

Author: J.Spencer  Bloch

Illustrations: Lulu  Sorek

The Story of Jonah

Ruth - Mother of Monarchy

The Book of Ruth, Megilath Ruth, “the Scroll of Ruth” tells
the story of Ruth, the Moabite, who accepted the God of the
Israelites as her God and the Israelite people as her own.
In Ruth 1:16 and 17 Ruth tells Naomi, her Israelite mother
in law, “Where you go I will go, and where you stay I will
stay…” Ruth marries Boaz, who is a relative of Naomi’s
deceased husband and soon she gives birth to a son named
Obed, who becomes the grandfather of King David.

ISBN: 9789657607411

Author: J.Spencer Bloch

Illustrations: Lulu Sorek

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