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Mysteries of the Messiah

My Review

Mysteries of the Messiah: Unveiling Divine Connections from Genesis to Today by Rabbi Jason Sobel is an in-depth study on the Old vs New Testament and what connects them, which helps both Jew and Christian to recognize the importance and significance of those connections. I struggled when he covered letters represented in numbers as a part of that connection. This wasn’t like numerology, but rather something more specific to the Hebrew language. And because of that, I felt a bit lost initially. However, the author does his best to explain the Hebrew words, meanings, numbers and idea behind them. The comparison of things like the tree in the Garden of Eden and the Cross, he has some interesting ideas to think about and further explore. This is definitely a book where I’ll have to re-read sections to get a better understand of the author’s examples. The entire book offers multiple examples of events and people from the Old Testament and how they connect to the Messiah of the New Testament. For those that have the time and love doing the research, you’ll enjoy digging deep with this book. I received a copy from the publisher. However, the opinions in this review are my own.

unnamed (2)Are you settling for half the story? Highlighting connections that have been hidden from non-Jewish eyes, Rabbi Jason Sobel will connect the dots between the Old and New Testament, helping you see the Bible with clarity as God intended.

Most people—even people of faith—do not understand how the Bible fits together. Too many Christians accept half an inheritance, content to embrace merely the New Testament, while Jewish people may often experience the same by embracing only the Old Testament. But God has an intricate plan and purpose for both the Old and the New.

In Mysteries of the Messiah, Rabbi Jason Sobel reveals the many connections in Scripture hidden in plain sight. Known for his emphatic declaration “but there’s more!” he guides us in seeing the passion and purpose of the Messiah. Mysteries of the Messiah:

  • Uncovers connections between the Old and New Testaments
  • Connects the dots for readers with details about Jesus, the Torah, and biblical characters
  • Written with the unique perspective of a rabbi with an evangelical theological degree

No matter how many times you have read the Bible, Mysteries of the Messiah will bring fresh perspective and insight. God’s Word, written by many people over thousands of years, is not a random selection of people and stories. Rabbi Jason Sobel connects the dots and helps us see with clarity what God intended.

About the Author unnamed-1-1

Raised in a Jewish home in New Jersey, Rabbi Jason Sobel dedicated much of his life in pursuit of a spiritual connection with God. After years of seeking and studying, he encountered God and found his true destiny as a Jewish follower of Yeshua (Jesus). Suddenly, all the traditions Rabbi Jason grew up with took on new depth and meaning as God connected the ancient wisdom of the Torah with the teachings of the Messiah.

Rabbi Jason received his rabbinic ordination from the UMJC (Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations) in 2005. He has a B.A. in Jewish Studies (Moody) and an M.A. in Intercultural Studies (Southeastern Seminary). He is a sought-after speaker and has made multiple appearances on national television, including the Trinity Broadcasting Network, the Daystar Network, and the Dr. Oz Show. Rabbi Jason is the author of Breakthrough: Living a Life That Overflows, Aligning with God’s Appointed Times, and Mysteries of the Messiah and he is also the coauthor of New York Times bestseller The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi with Kathie Lee Gifford.

You can learn more at www.rabbisobel.com.

One comment on “Mysteries of the Messiah

  1. aaronqdoe
    August 1, 2021

    You might be interested in reading something by Dr. Michael S. Heiser. He is a scholar of Hebrew and ancient Near-Eastern languages. He invites us to read the scriptures seeing the texts as the writers and readers of the time would have.

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