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The Writings of John The Apostle - Hebrew/English Interlinear is a word by word translation of the new testament books of John the Apostle from the Greek with Hebrew alphabet and translation. This helps the reader follow the relationship between theMoreThe Writings of John The Apostle - Hebrew/English Interlinear is a word by word translation of the new testament books of John the Apostle from the Greek with Hebrew alphabet and translation. This helps the reader follow the relationship between the text, its translation and structure in the Hebrew language. From the forward: I wrote this book with a purpose, it was to awaken the desire in the minds of all christian believers, to learn the language the Lord Jesus Christ spoke while He was here on this earth, and gave us the Word of God in the Gospels, in the Hebrew and words in the Aramaic. These writings of the New Testament in Hebrew were written by the Professor Franz Dellitch and edited by the Trinitarian Bible Society of London England and used by their permission. I also used the King James Bible and other Bible versions to find the best definition for the Hebrew words, but you will notice that it does not follow the English word for word, but rather every English word follows on top of every Hebrew word and under every Hebrew word is written the transliteration in a true interlinear format. The author of The Writings of John The Apostle - Hebrew/English Interlinear, the Reverend Emilio Saenz Olivares, is a native of a little town south of Rio Grande City, Texas. His father was from Camargo, Tamaulipas Mexico from the Saenz of Roma-Los Saenz and mother the Olivares family of Garciasville, Texas. He has been living in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas since 1943 and McAllen Texas since 1958. Much thanks to Ms Sara Pasol of Brownsville Texas who put much emphasis in the conjugation of the Hebrew verbs which gave rise to the inspiration to write this book. Also, to the messianic Rabbi Abshalom Ben David of the Synagogue Baruch HaShem, the Professor Ms Jaffa MacPherson of Greenville Tennessee of Easy Hebrew and last but not least Professor of Theology and Hebrew Studies Brother George Parker R.G.B.I of Edinburg Texas.