HalleluYah Scriptures Extra Bibical Books
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These are the most talked about books. Everyone that orders them says for the first time ever they can understand them and they are easy to read. The 6 new books – we are so excited to see that they are better quality than what we anticipated. These are offered on a donation bases and we need to cover costs and help the project. We cannot use HS donations for these books.
The name meanings book is many years of researching the Hebrew and Greek names and places in the HalleluYah Scriptures. This small book will help you with Hebrew and the meanings of the words and give deeper insight into some of the people and places in Scriptures.
This is a unique book that is not available anywhere else nor do we know anything like it. When the Father gives a name to people it has significance and there is a reason behind it.
Hanok & Yashar
Most of these books online are being sold by Messianics for relatively high prices for around 3 times the price, with shipping costs 2 to 3 times the price of what the post office charges.
They also are written in the Old English style language, filled with pagan words like glory, holy, god, etc. and worst of all have substituted the Name of the Father with Lord! HalleluYah Scriptures books have been formatted to the style of HalleluYah Scriptures having removed all paganism pertaining directing to the Father and His people, has transliterated the names of people and places and modernized the English and of course restored the Name of the Almighty Creator in Paleo Hebrew.
HalleluYah Scriptures is offering these at cost for printing and shipping according to Torah to not charge profit. If you feel you want to donate more, then this will help the project.
The Book of Jubilees
The Book of Jubilees (Hebrew: ספר היובלים Sepher ha’Yobelim), However, Jubilees is considered canonical by theEthiopian Orthodox Church as well as Jews in Ethiopia, where it is known as the Book of Division.
It was well known to early believers, however, it was so thoroughly suppressed in the 4th century that no complete Hebrew, Greek or Latin version has survived.
Between 1947 and 1956, approximately 15 Jubilees scrolls were found in five caves at Qumran, all written in Hebrew. The large quantity of manuscripts (more than for any biblical books except for Psalms, Deuteronomy, Isaiah, Exodus, and Genesis, in descending order) indicates that Jubilees was widely used at Qumran. A comparison of the Qumran texts with the Ethiopic version, performed by James VanderKam, found that the Ethiopic was in most respects an accurate and literalistic translation.
Jubilees covers much of the same ground as Genesis, but often with additional detail, including the entire history of creation, and of Israel up to that point, is recounted in divisions of 49 years each, or “Jubilees” – the elapsed time from the creation, up to Moses receiving the scriptures upon Sinai.
Maqqaboth (Maccabees) Books 1 & 2 (Completed Dec 2013)
Written during the latter part of the 2nd centruy B.C.E. it is perhaps the best historical source on the period from 175 to 135 B.C.E. It reveals deep insight into the root causes of the Maccabean rebellion and details the rebellion itself down to the death of Yahudah Maqqebah’s brother, Shim’on in 135 B.C.E. and gives detailed information relative to Antiochus Epiphanes and his desecration of the Heykal in Yerushalayim, an action which Yahushua Ha’Mashiach said would be repeated in the last days…
The Matmonim (Books of the Apocrypha) (Completed Dec 2013)
This book will contain the remaining Books excluding the Maccabees (published separately) consisting of:
Tobiyah (Tobit), Yahudith (Judith), Hadassah (Esther) Additions, Chachmah (Wisdom), Sirach (Ecclesiasticus), Barukh (Baruch), Letter of Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah), Prayer of Azaryah (Azariah), Shoshannah (Susanna), Dani’el Additions (Bel & the Dragon), Ezra 1 & Ezra 2 (Esdras) and Prayer of Menashsheh (Manassah).
Right up till the 16th century, The Apocrypha was generally considered part of Scripture by the ‘Christian church’ being canonised along with all other Books. During the Reformation there was dispute over these Books and were segregated between the First and Second Covenants although they were even included in the earliest printings of the KJV. It wasn’t till 1647 that the Westminster Confession of the Presbyterians decreed them to be no part of the canon, although the Catholic church maintains their canonical position.
The Books were originally disputed due to their supposed Greek origin, yet many reflect a Hebrew style and a number have been found among the Dead Sea Scrolls including: Tobit, Judith, Wisdom, Baruch and 1 & 2 Maccabees.
When we think about these Books in terms of prophecy, many of them remain very valuable. Among them are serious works written by Hebrew scholars and prophets and their inspiration is obvious. Stemming as most of them do from a century or more before the birth of Ha’Mashiach, they offer invaluable insight into the Jewish historical process. For those who continue to use them as scripture they offer far more…
The last 2 books in the set has a lot more research to be done. The team thought they could finish them in Aug/Sept 2013. They are praying to have them completed by Dec 2013 if not sooner. We will keep everyone updated on this page.
To our knowledge there has never been to date any of these books restored to their rightful place until now in line with the HalleluYah Scriptures translation. They are history in the making with restoring His Name and truths. It is the HS translation team aim to restore His Word to its rightful place
We are pleased to restore and offer these books to His people around the world. The HS translation team has been working on restoring these important books. Many have commented that they have enjoyed these books and find the HS translation of these books easy to read and understand, not like others that have been produced.
Disclaimer: The Apocryphal books are not canonized yet many were found among the dead sea scrolls and are an important part of historical research. Some believers do not consider them part of Scripture and therefore we offer them separately.