SOUTH AFRICA (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
In the introduction to his book Romance of the Hebrew Calendar, author Raphael Ben Levi writes, “This book is about relationships, I make no apologies for it. When everything has been said and done, what are we left with that endures? Relationships, borne out of agape love. This is what the deepest and most authentic relationships are composed of from beginning to end.” This absorbing and groundbreaking book helps readers from any background develop their relationship with God and bring restoration to those who are spiritually broken.
According to the author, there is a special heartbeat that pulsates through the veins of the biblical year that has helped shape the identity of the Jewish people. Written from a Jewish Messianic perspective, Romance of the Hebrew Calendar contains inspirational and fresh insights that are highly engaging and provocative. The main theme is complemented by a rich compendium of poignant stories and devotions drawn from Jewish tradition, historical archives and firsthand accounts. Each Jewish Feast is lovingly presented to make this book a ‘must read’ and a treasure to adorn every bookshelf.
“I hope this book will enhance our appreciation of the rich biblical heritage we have and expose any legalistic overlays that have frequently been a stumbling block within religious traditions throughout history,” Levi shares.
For those who wish to deepen their relationship with God, this unique book makes compelling reading that will encourage, challenge and transform lives.
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About the Author
Raphael Ben Levi is a child of Holocaust escapees from Vienna. He was born and educated in the UK but later emigrated to Israel where he spent several years teaching. He was closely involved as a musician in a variety of projects connected with developing the identity of Messianic Jewish music. He is a leader and visionary who communicates a passion for God and draws upon his Jewish background and culture to help the Church better appreciate its biblical heritage and Jewish roots. He is married with one son.
Romance of the Hebrew Calendar * by Raphael Ben Levi
Publication Date: April15, 2013
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