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One New Man Bible

There is a new translation of the Bible out that has become my favorite. I'd personally like to see the sacred name added but besides that this translation is excellent. The One New Man Bible brings a greater understanding of and appreciation for the power given to believers for their daily walk. The Jewish Roots of Christianity come to life in The One New Man Bible. Hebrew is a very expressive language, so this translation brings out much of the power that has commonly been omitted from traditional English translations. Check out more information and order a copy at:

 

20 thoughts on “My Favorite New Bible Translation

  1. Thank you Paul, I’ve had my calling two years ago and have started to study over the last year. I only want God and have renounced all my new age stuff. I love the way you just said disease and illness is very close to evil. I agree and would even say it is a demon that has to be cast out. Many people have had a demon cast out and the illness goes away. In the meantime we have to keep illness at bay with raw food but we really need to cast out the evil.
    Amen

    I am definitely getting this bible.

  2. I am Rev. Morford’s son. I am so very proud of him and am blessed to see the ways God has changed him over the last 30 years, when he began his search to know God in a deeper way.
    He truly has a heart for the Lord, and is a wonderful father. I am a big fan of the One New Man Bible. I love the way he translated Hebrews chapter 11.

  3. I wish that the names of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit would have been put back in just like they are in all the manuscripts. Than this bible would be even better. I hope he considers doing that…

  4. Since taking the Name of our God in vain literally means to make common, void, nothing….to remove His Names is one of the greatest mistakes that many translators have done because they have made His name come to nothing basically… I would like to get this bible but I am hoping the translator considers correcting the Names 🙂

  5. I think he qualified that by saying that Yeshua would have only taught in Hebrew.

    I would guess that Jesus spoke the common language of the empire (Greek), especially when he spoke to the ‘Roman” soldiers and healed the centurion’s servant.

    He might have spoken latin to Pontius Pilate because he was an important government official who would have used it.

    Who knows what he spoke to the Samaritan woman, at the end of the day Jesus is the savior of us all and can speak all languages 🙂

  6. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a free Scriptures produced with basic Hebrew language support that was available for FREE? This freely given Word of Elohiym given freely to all [Matt 10:8].

    A Writing greater in the rich Hebrew language, including the original Hebrew names with the Name of the One true Elohiym and true Messiah, as He chose in speaking with Sha’ul in Acts 26:14.

    Oh, there is a best example of this and it is FREE? … HalleluYaH!

    It’s the HalleluYaH Scriptures. HalleluYaH! o/

  7. @YAKUBEL That’s not correct, there was also another foreign woman, and a roman centurion……also consider that what is written down doesn’t cover all He said or did- including who else He spoke to.

  8. Christians don’t read the torah? that’s like saying a pilot only reads the flight manuals on how to take off but not the landing part. no, Christians DO read and study the bible in it’s entirety. you cant understand the NT w/o understanding God’s covenant people.

    if you think the HRM is right and the Christians are wrong, then you need to go back and read your bible again because I think you missed something

  9. Just ordered The One New Man Bible. I loved the explanations this video provided. I have only been in Hebraic roots since July of 2014 but I have had conviction against RCC paganism and holidays for many years which led me to finally leave the Sunday saints and seek Torah observant Sabbath keeping believers. I love 119 Ministries. I love HalleluYah Scriptures. I love Alan Horvath’s teaching on the Hebrew language and odiotes. I love Sid Roth a lot but it seems ISN is keeping me wondering if he is being compromised by the wolves at TBN. You are also becoming a new favorite. 

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