Hidden Truths Hebraic Scrolls Torah (EBOOK Format)

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7th Edition - The Bible more myths busted. Packed absolutely full of information - no Hebrew roots Bible even comes close. The real chosen people of YHWH. Are you willing to listen to what YHWH has said about our world and how He is going to restore all things back including His real chosen people hidden to this day? Many texts uncovered and explained in great details accurately and many corrections made to the many faulty translations out there making this a real eye-opener text. Was Hava (Eve) the only woman in the Garden? We reveal a deep held secret. - Where did the demons come from? - Who are the Real Hebrews of the Bible, which people does the land of Israel really belong to? Time to do away with the deception. - Did Abraham keep the Sabbath? We show you when and where. - But I thought Keturah was Hagar, another error of Judaism corrected. - Who was Balaam, a profit for cash as are many pastors and Bishops today doing the same thing running and chasing after the Almighty... More > dollar?< Less
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ebook 19, January 2019 - 7th Edition (Vav)
January 19, 2019
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