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The Salter Home Sabbath Treasury

Our best selling item has always been the Sabbath Manual. This helpful guide for everyone, both beginner and advanced Sabbath observer, is designed to enhance the Sabbath and take all the guess and stress out of the equation for those who wish to follow the instructions of G‑d. The Sabbath will revitalize and renew the body and soul for His service .

The Salter Prayers and Blessings Treasury

The Prayers and Blessings for the Soul has been enjoyed by many who wish to observe G‑d's commandments. The manual is more than just a listing of prayers and blessings, although it does indeed do that, it is a guide to help direct one in not only what to say but when to say it and how to conduct oneself when praying.

The Salter Haggadah Treasury

The Passover Haggadah is a required resource for conducting the Passover Seder. Without it one is lost as to how the services are to be conducted. There are many Haggadot on the market today, so what makes this one different? The plain truth is that Orthodox Jewish Haggadot fail to explain how the Messiah Yeshua is to be found in the Passover Seder whereas Messianic Passover Haggadot change the services thereby losing

The Concluding Service for the Sabbath

Ma'ariv L'Motzei Shabbat (the Concluding Service for the Sabbath) is a short but informative service that much of which can be fulfilled in the home. There are sections where a minyin (10 adults) are required but much of the services require no such number.

Galatians Commentary

Galatians. Possibly the most misunderstood book in the New Testament. For centuries this small book has been used by the unlearned to express the unbiblical concept of abandoning the Torah. Nothing could be further from the truth concerning this book. Sha'ul (Paul), in the book of Galatians and elsewhere advocates the keeping and observing of all

James Commentary

Ya'akov (James) was almost left out of the canonization of the scriptures. Those in charge of the canonization thought it was to 'pro Law' and in opposition to Sha'ul (Paul). However, Sha'ul (Paul) was as pro Torah (Law) as Ya'akov (James). Simply put, there can be no real redemption without works. Works plays no part in redemption but they are

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