Under the Vine: Messianic Thought through the Hebrew Calendar by Patrick Lumbroso

Under the Vine: Messianic Thought through the Hebrew Calendar by Patrick Lumbroso

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Journey daily through the Hebrew Calendar and Biblical Feasts into the B’rit Hadashah (New Testament) Scriptures as they are put in their rightful context, bringing Judaism alive in it’s full beauty. Messianic faith was the motor and what gave substance to Abraham’s new beliefs, hope to Job, trust to Isaac, vision to Jacob, resilience to Joseph, courage to David, wisdom to Solomon, knowledge to Daniel, and divine Messianic authority to Yeshua.

What People Are Saying:

Patrick Lumbroso has been able to bring clarity and understanding so that the scripture can be better understood in the setting that Israel would know and that we need to grasp, to have a better sense of the fullness of the Gospel through the Torah. Illuminates the Bible from a Hebraic understanding that we have lost by not knowing the context and language of the Torah and the scriptures.
--Joe Gonzalez, Director of Local Ministries KPDQ Radio

I really appreciate Patrick’s engaging teaching style that is both informative and insightful. I look forward to reading how Adonai has inspired him as he shares his perspective on Scripture; the Word seems to come alive.
--Dr. Robert Brant

I’ve been enjoying his wonderful devotions this past year and recommend this book to anyone wanting a deeper understanding.
--Patty Dodson

Patrick Gabriel Lumbroso was born of a Sephardic Jewish family in Paris, France in 1958. Bar-Mitzvahed in 1973 at Jerusalem’s Western Wall, he made aliyah to Israel a year later and continued his studies as an intern in a school for new immigrants near Ashkelon. That author now resides in the U.S. where he leads a small Messianic Jewish congregation, teaches youth in home schools, is a Hebrew instructor, and lectures on Messianic Judaism. Patrick and his wife, Christine, have six adult children. They compose, produce, and perform their original and traditional music together as a group called, “The Lumbrosos.”

Paperback 6 x 0.8 x 8.9 inches  396 pages