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James Scott Trimm in July 1995 At the Reunion Institute
Examining the Codex Khaboris An Aramaic Peshitta NT Codex
while serving on a commission to to study the codex.

Help Keep the Vision Alive!



Making Hebrew and Aramaic Scriptural texts available online for the first time in Hebrew/Aramaic and English interlinear with Strong's word numbers is a big job! And I am always very mindful of the fact that you all are my partners in this monumental work. I am always mindful of this. Thank you so much for joining me in being about our Father's business. I would also like to thank you for your continued financial support of this work. It is such a blessing to us to know that you are out there and see the value of the work we are doing.

Help us keep the vision alive!

So I am going to ask you to please SERIOUSLY consider supporting this work.

I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your encouragement to continue this work that so desperately needs to be done at this time. We have a job to do.  We should take our job seriously and go even beyond the call of duty in helping to get YHWH's Word, in its original Hebrew and Aramaic, out to the world.  I believe we at Project Davar are doing our part in that work and I hope that you will partner with us in this monumental endeavor. 

In 1526 William Tyndale published the New Testament in English for the first time (translated from the Greek Textus Receptus).  He had to have the books printed outside of England and then smuggled them in.  He then began work translating the Old Testament as well, publishing much of it as well.  I n 1536 he was strangled and then burned at the stake, but he made a profound step toward putting the Scriptures into the hands of the common man in the English speaking world.  William Tyndale gave his very life to make the text of the Scriptures available to the English speaking public.  Could you give 50 or 100 dollars each month to help put these Hebrew and Aramaic texts in the hands of the common man right on the internet for everyone to see?

Is this project not a literal example if “laboring in the Word” whose laborers are “worthy of their wage?”  If I were independently wealthy I would do this project for no wage, but I am not, and I must support my family.  So I ask you, is this not a labor in the Word whose laborer is worthy of his wage?

The last few months have been a very tough month for this ministry. And this month has been even worse!

Help support work like our new project to put all of the Hebrew and Aramaic NT manuscript texts up on the internet in interlinear format keyed to Strong's Word Numbers. We started posting this material just recently, and will continue posting more every few days as the work continues. Click here to see it

Or our project to put the original Hebrew of the Book of the Jasher (see Josh. 10:13 & 2Sam. 1:18) up on the internet in interlinear format keyed to Strong's Word Numbers. We started posting this material just recently, and will continue posting more every few days as the work continues. Click here to see it

Or our project to put the original Hebrew of the Books of the Apocrypha up on the internet in interlinear format keyed to Strong's Word Numbers. We have started posting this material, and will continue posting more every few days as the work continues. Click here to see it

If you can make a one time donation of $500 or $1,000
to support this work, now is the time to step up to the plate!



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http://www.nazarenespace.com or donations can be sent by paypal to donations@wnae.org.


Donations can also be made out to “Nazarene Judaism” and sent to:

Nazarene Judaism
PO Box 471
Hurst, TX 76053

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