Jesus the Aleph Tav James A. McMenis

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Published: April 15th 2015

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Jesus the Aleph Tav  by  James A. McMenis

Jesus the Aleph Tav by James A. McMenis
April 15th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 103 pages | ISBN: | 7.34 Mb

The Aleph Tav are the first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet. In Ancient Hebrew Pictograms, the Aleph was depicted by the head of an ox, representing strength and service. The Tav was depicted by a cross, representing a mark or covenant. WhenMoreThe Aleph Tav are the first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet. In Ancient Hebrew Pictograms, the Aleph was depicted by the head of an ox, representing strength and service. The Tav was depicted by a cross, representing a mark or covenant.

When Jesus said that He was the First and the Last, He was referring to the first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet, and all that they represented - he Aleph and the Tav.In the pages of this book, you will discover that from the very beginning God had a plan for the salvation of mankind. It all centered around Jesus. From Genesis to Revelation, the beginning to the end, God has placed hidden pictures and signs that all point to His Son.

Jesus can be seen throughout the entirety of Scripture. Jesus is the manifested Word of God! This is a book meant to reveal Jesus like youve never seen Him before! Jesus is The First and the Last, or in Hebrew, The Aleph and the Tav.James A. McMenis is the senior pastor of Word of God Ministries. He founded the ministry as a weekly Bible study at the age of 22. Through the local assembly, television broadcasts, and conferences, he has dedicated his life to “Preaching Jesus as the Manifested Word of God!” He is known for teaching God’s Word in a powerful, fresh, and revelatory manner that always leads to Jesus.

Through his sincere, engaging and humorous delivery, he captures a very diverse audience. Pastor James resides in Louisiana with his wife and four children.



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