MATIS Black Letter – 5 Volumes – Bundle – Softcover
The Messianic Aleph Tav Interlinear Scriptures (MATIS) is the most unique Interlinear Study Bible of its kind in the world. MATIS is the first true Interlinear Study Bible to combine both the Paleo and the Babylonian Block Hebrew with a distinctive Hebrew translation for each word. The purpose of MATIS is to provide a Study Bible whereby each Hebrew word and its letters could be studied to obtain a deeper understanding of what the originators were trying to express. Charts are provided in the back of MATIS that break down both the potential meanings of the Hebrew letters and the Hebrew letter code used to translate the Hebrew. MATIS also incorporates the popular Strong’s numbering system for each word in the interlinear section with a complete Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary to provide for more in-depth study.
This bundle contains:
- MATIS – Interlinear Scriptures – Torah – V1 – Black Letter
- MATIS – Interlinear Scriptures – The Writings – V2 –Black Letter
- MATIS – Interlinear Scriptures – The Prophets – V3 – Black Letter
- MATIS – Interlinear Scriptures – The Gospels – V4 –Black Letter
- MATIS – Interlinear Scriptures – Acts – Revelation – V5 –Black Letter
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The Messianic Aleph Tav את Interlinear Scriptures was written to be a Study Bible and is the most unique rendition of the Tanakh (Old Testament) Bible of its kind in the world. Unequivocally the greatest symbol in biblical history since it was revealed by the Apostle John is the Aleph/Tav את Character Symbol. It is the HOLY GRAIL OF THE SCRIPTURES and the reason is that it unlocks the mystery to the greatest treasure man can ever hope to comprehend from the Scriptures, the Yah-head. This re-discovered character symbol has been hidden in plain sight from the beginning, starting with the original Paleo-Hebrew scrolls written by the hand of Moses and the Prophets, then copied by the Scribes for thousands of years thereafter into Babylonian (modern) Hebrew, but not translated by the composers of the King James Bible because it was not considered a word.