These resources will further your knowledge of the Aramaic language and the Aramaic Bible, and will help you get back to true, original, and authentic Aramaic Biblical roots. Combining over 15 years of research, this powerful and groundbreaking system of discovery introduces you to the language that Jesus spoke, and in 30 days, you can begin to explore passages of the Bible and say the words in the original language of Jesus! Discover the Aramaic Bible and learn why Aramaic is revolutionizing and transforming the study of the Old and New Testaments.
English Translation of the Aramaic New Testament
To start your journey into Aramaic, you first need an Aramaic Bible. James Murdock’s classic translation of the Aramaic Peshitta New Testament, written in 1852, is a solid translation that had stood the test of time.
The Lord’s Prayer Study Guide
The Lord’s Prayer is example of how to pray as it teaches us about the very nature and character of God. The Lord’s Prayer Study Guide will lead you through the entire prayer, in the Aramaic, and will explain every word and very verse as you go.
The Lord’s Prayer audio CD
The Lord’s Prayer audio CD will let you hear the words of the Lord’s Prayer for yourself in Aramaic, as well as hear explanations of the words and phrases in English. Tracks include:
- Introduction to the audio CD and the Lord’s Prayer
- The Prayer narrated slowly to help you pick up the words more easily.
- The Prayer narrated at normal speed, in both male and female voices.
- The Prayer set to background music, in both male and female voices.
- Explanations of each verse of the Prayer in English.
Prayer Shawl featuring The Lord’s Prayer embroidered directly onto it in both English AND Aramaic
Prayer shawls are a visible symbol of the Word of God. They can actually change our state of mind, draw us closer to God, and help us connect to our faith in a real, powerful way. Praying under a prayer shawl is symbolic of covering ourselves with the presence of God.
Full-length 1onOne DVD with uncut interview with Damon Davis and Ewan MacLeod, along with behind-the-scenes footage.