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Congregation Bat-Tzion Main/Siddurim
Congregation Bat-Tzion Publications:
Messianic Siddur

Congregation Bat-Tzion Messianic Siddur

This Messianic Siddur for Shabbat contains the liturgy for Shabbat in the Messianic Synagogue and for Shabbat at home. The liturgy includes the name of hvhy only in Hebrew, so each Synagogue can treat it according to their own halacha.

The traditional prayers of ancient Judaism are included, with prayers from the Brit Khadashah, honoring the Messiah Yeshua. All congregational liturgy is transliterated in an easy to read format. The Daily prayers are provided as well, with Daily Tehillim [Psalms] according to customs in the Beit HaMikdash. The High Holy Day prayers are included in their own sections, Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. There are also blessings for Shavu'ot and Khanukah.

It also contains a complete version of the Tehillim [Psalms], and a table showing which Tehillah is read with the weekly Torah Portion. There is a table for the Torah Portions and Haftarah, with Brit Khadashah portions as well.

It is a great resource for the Messianic Synagogue,
and for the home.
Messianic Haggadah for Pesakh

Congregation Bat-Tzion Messianic Pesakh Haggadah

The Messianic Haggadah for Pesakh is a thorough yet concise Haggadah for Passover for use in the Messianic Passover Seder.

It details the fifteen steps of the Seder from Kaddesh to Nirtzah, with helpful insights into the details of the Seder that reveal Messiah Yeshua. It contains all the necessary blessings at each part of the Seder, in Hebrew, in transliteration, and in English.

The Four Cups are explained for their original symbolism and how Messiah fulfills them. Scriptural references are supplied.

There are the complete words in Hebrew, transliteration, and English for the traditional songs.

The Hallel is explained in detail, showing Messiah's participation in it. The name of G-d, hvhy , is shown only in Hebrew, to leave to the reader his own preference in how to honor it.

There is a complete glossary in the back to explain Hebrew terms used in the English portions. It is truly a comprehensive yet concise Messianic Haggadah for Pesakh.
These Things You Should Have Done

These Things You Should Have Done

Did Jesus sin?
Or was Jesus the only one to ever follow
G-d’s Law perfectly and not sin?

If you believe Jesus was a perfect keeper of God’s Law, then this book will intrigue you and challenge your beliefs about the Bible. That’s because most New Testament doctrine teaches how Jesus violated the Sabbath, declared all foods clean, waived away the Law against adultery and violated many other Old Testament commands. How can that be?

Is Jesus a sinner or is man-made doctrine and interpretation wrong? We believe it is the latter.

Read this book and discover how Jesus did indeed keep the Law perfectly. Come, let us reason together and search the scriptures daily to see if these things are so.

Click left to order a hard copy of the book.
For only the PDF version, click here:
These Things You Should Have Done (PDF)