Missaticum Biblia Revised Versionrejected Scriptures

This is a literal translation of the Bible in English. This translation differs significantly from most common English translations in that it has restored the original book order of the Hebrew Scriptures, the Tanakh, and restored the Name of the Most High, (יהוה) throughout.

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Missaticum Biblia Revised Versionrejected Scriptures
  • Improvements to the text - seeking a yet closer equivalent to the literal meaning of the original language.
  • Quotations / Allusions from the Tanakh (O.T.) are in bold type in the Second Writings (N.T.), and are accompanied by the text references - aiding your understanding of the original contexts, and how they influence the writers drawing upon them.
  • Hebrew names of Book Titles are now on right hand pages with corresponding traditional English names on the left hand pages - making it easier for you to find the place, and easier to learn the Hebrew titles. (Hebrew names are also used where possible for annual festival days, as well as being used, minimally, for ambiguous words).
  • Removal of doctrinal comments from footnotes, explanatory notes etc., (including deletion of prophecy hairlines) in favour of more useful notes - thus clearing away obstacles to your unbiased study of Scripture.
  • Maps, Timelines, Illustrations have been added.

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Unique Features of The Scriptures

The Scriptures is a literal translation of the Tanakh and the Messianic Scriptures.

The Divine Name

The divine Name (the tetragrammaton), יהוה, appears in Hebrew characters throughout the translation in the Tanakh (Torah, Nevi'im, Kethuvim) and also in the Messianic Scriptures. The name by which the Messiah was known, Y'hoshua / Yeshua, is restored in Hebrew as well and appears in the text as such, יהושׁע.

Order of Books

The books in the Tanakh are arranged according to the original order of the Hebrew Scriptures, the Torah, the Prophets and the Writings.

Personal Names

The original Hebrew personal names of people and places are restored throughout the Scriptures, such as 'Yirmeyahu' for Jeremiah, 'Yeshayahu', for Isaiah and 'Mosheh' for Moses and in the Messianic Scriptures, 'Mattithyahu' for Matthew etc.

Book Names

The Names of all the books in the Tanakh are restored to the original Hebrew, including the books of the Torah: Bereshith (Genesis), Shemoth (Exodus), Wayiqra (Leviticus), etc, also the books of, Tehillim (Psalms), and Mishle (Proverbs) etc.

Other features

  • Words and names, as far as possible, have been corrected in order to eliminate any names of idolatrous origin.
  • Difficult phrases in the Scriptures are explained in footnotes and the explanatory word list.
  • The traditional rendering of the word 'Law' has been restored with 'Torah' throughout the translation, retaining the richness and full meaning of this word in the Hebrew language.

The Scriptures : Editions

The Scriptures translation is available in Regular size (with wider margins), Large Print (wide margin) & Pocket size, in the following editions:

Pocket Size:

  • Size: 5.5 x 4.7 inches [140 x 120 x 28mm], Cover and Binding: 100% Cow-hide Leather, Rounded corners; Head & tail bands. Color: Black

Regular Size:

  • Soft Cover -- Size: 6.3 x 8.3 inches [160 x 210mm], Cover and Binding: Skivertex, Perfect Bound with Rounded Corners. Color: Blue
  • Hard Cover -- Size: 6.3 x 8.3 inches [160 x 210mm], Cover and Binding: SVEPA PU Hard Cover, Designer Slip Case, Smyth Sewn, 3 Head & Tail Bands, Silver edging. Color: Blue
  • Leather -- Size: 6.3 x 8.3 inches [160 x 210mm], Cover and Binding: 100% Cow-hide Leather, Gold edging, Rounded corners; Thumb indexing; Head & tail bands with three satin book ribbons. Color: Black
  • Special Soft Covers --Size: 6.5 x 8.65 inches [165 x 220mm], Cover and Binding: Soft SVEPA PU Flexi-Cover (Duotone Tan or Duotone Purple); Special case with transparent window. Silver edging with matching satin ribbons, Head & tail bands.

Large Print:

  • Leather -- Size: 8.3 x 11.7 inches [210 x 297mm], Cover and Binding: 100% Cow-hide Leather, Gold edging, Rounded corners; Thumb indexing; Head & tail bands with three satin book ribbons. Color: Black
  • Hard Cover--Size: 8.3 x 11.7 inches [210 x 297mm], Cover and Binding: Hardcover, Kosher Bonded Leather, Head & tail bands, satin book ribbon, Color: Dark Blue
  • Special Soft Cover--Size: 8.27x11 inches [210 x 280mm], Cover and Binding: SVEPA PU Flexi Soft Cover, Special case with transparent window, Smyth Sewn, Head & Tail Bands, 3 Silk bookmark ribbons, Gold edging, Gold on Black Thumb Indexes. Color: Charcoal & Black.
The Genealogy of Jesus

1A scroll of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.

2Abraham fathered Isaac,

and Isaac fathered Jacob,

and Jacob fathered Judah and his brothers,

3and Judah fathered Perez and Zerah of Tamar,

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and Perez fathered Hezron,

and Hezron fathered Ram,

4and Ram fathered Amminadab,

and Amminadab fathered Nahshon,

and Nahshon fathered Salmon,

5and Salmon fathered Boaz by Rahab,

and Boaz fathered Obed by Ruth,

and Obed fathered Jesse,

6and Jesse fathered David the king.

And David fathered Solomon (by the wife of Uriah),

7and Solomon fathered Rehoboam,

and Rehoboam fathered Abijah,

and Abijah fathered Asa,

8and Asa fathered Jehoshaphat,

and Jehoshaphat fathered Joram,

and Joram fathered Uzziah,

9and Uzziah fathered Jotham,

and Jotham fathered Ahaz,

and Ahaz fathered Hezekiah,

10and Hezekiah fathered Manasseh,

and Manasseh fathered Amon,

and Amon fathered Josiah,

11and Josiah fathered Jechoniah and his brothers, at the time of the carrying away to Babylon.


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And after the carrying away to Babylon,

Jechoniah fathered Shealtiel,

and Shealtiel fathered Zerubbabel,

13and Zerubbabel fathered Abiud,

and Abiud fathered Eliakim,

and Eliakim fathered Azor,

14and Azor fathered Sadoc,

and Sadoc fathered Achim,

and Achim fathered Eliud,

15and Eliud fathered Eleazar,

and Eleazar fathered Matthan,

and Matthan fathered Jacob,

16and Jacob fathered Joseph the father of Mary,

of whom was born Jesus, who is called Christ.

Missaticum Biblia Revised Versionrejected Scriptures King James Version

17So all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations, and from David to the carrying away to Babylon are fourteen generations, and from the carrying away to Babylon to the Christ are fourteen generations.

The Birth of Jesus

18Now the birth of Jesus Christ happened this way: his mother Mary was betrothed to Joseph, but before they came together was found to be with child by the Holy Spirit.
19Now Joseph her husband, being righteous and yet not wanting to disgrace her publicly, decided to divorce her secretly.
20But while he was thinking about these things, Look!, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying, “Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid to favorably accept Mary your wife, for that which is conceived in her is by the Holy Spirit.
21And she will give birth to a son, and you are to call his name Jesus,a for it is he who will save his people from their sins.”

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22Now all this took place with the result that what was spoken by Yahwehb through the prophet was fulfilled, saying,
23Look!, the virgin will be with child, and will give birth to a son, and they will call his name Immanuel,c (which translated, means, “God with us”).
24Then Joseph, awaking from sleep, did as the angel of Yahweh commanded him and took to himself his wife.
25But he did not know her sexually until she had given birth to a son. And he called his name Jesus.