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SHMA Israel provides downloads of Hebrew psalms and other music in RealAudio and MP3 format, and articles asserting and defending of the Lordship of Yeshua and on the Hebraic roots of Christianity.



Proclaiming with joy the Deity of Yeshua, (Jesus of Nazareth), the only begotten of the Father, the One True God, Adonai Elohim, as it is written,


Embracing Torah and Jewish Halachah
Affirming,


the Law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul, the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple (Psalm 19:7), meaning, that while justification from sin occurs by faith, the Torah and its precepts define the way of righteous living before God for all. It includes honoring the Sabbath day, the yearly Festivals (feasts), keeping Kosher, and other points of the Jewish Halacha.

Shma Israel embraces adding of respect and reverence for God's commandments to faith, by encouraging Halahcha to all believers. For more information, see this article.

Shma Israel encourages all believers to embrace their roots and rich traditions in the Jewish law, customs, halacha, history, and in the Hebrew Scriptures, in which are found the fundamental tenets for all of Christianity. It urges outwardly becoming Biblically Jewish in our customs and practices, asserting the foundations and underlying identity that Christianity has.

And finally, that believers in Yeshua are engrafted into the covenant promise made with Abraham and his descendents forever. (Gen 17:4, 18:18) And this engrafting, according to Ephesians 2:12-19 has made believers engrafted into the Commonwealth of Israel

Note: By this we are not saying in particular the nation of Israel (that was founded in 1948), but rather into the congregation of the Lord as typified in the Bible as 'the Congregation of Israel'.


(Also Romans 11:17, Hosea 1:10)

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