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"70 Week Ministry of the Messiah" by Michael Rood

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The 70 Week Ministry of Messiah


Examining the Gospels from a Hebraic and chronological perspective, Michael Rood proves how Messiah Yahshua (aka Jesus) completed his first earthly ministry, culminating in the fulfillment of the Spring Feasts of the LORD, in exactly 70 weeks – not 3½ years as is commonly taught – from his baptism in water until he was baptized with the Holy Spirit.

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The 70 Week Ministry of Messiah

Examining the Gospels from a Hebraic and chronological perspective, Michael Rood proves how Messiah Yahshua (aka Jesus) completed his first earthly ministry, culminating in the fulfillment of the Spring Feasts of the LORD, in exactly 70 weeks – not 3½ years as is commonly taught – from his baptism in water until he was baptized with the Holy Spirit. By clearly demonstrating how the Gospel records are structured around Messiah "going up" to each one of the required Biblical Feasts, the New Testament and, therefore, Yahshua himself are finally placed back in their proper Hebrew Roots context. Understanding that Yahshua's ministry 2000 years ago was timed specifically around the Feasts schedule of his 30th year on Earth, reveals the prophetic beauty of the Gospels like never before!

Five Audio CDs – One 5.5 Hour Program

Meet the Author Michael Rood has earned his reputation as the "Messianic Matador," who waves his tattered red cape in the face of the religious "bull" of his generation. Michael's television series: "Prepare for A Rood Awakening! from Israel" has been heralded as the most energetic exposition of Scriptural truth to come out of Israel in over a millennium.

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Authors Michael Rood
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Subjects Baptism, Feasts, The Messiah
Price $35.00

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