Yahweh's Breath is a unique Bible. In original Hebrew language it would be Yahweh's Nshamah meaning, 'Yahweh's puff or breath of divine inspiration'. It was written in the Literal form of the original languages of Hebrew and Greek and then matched with the New Strong's Exhausitve Concordance of the Bible, a thorough verbal index to the Holy Scriptures.
It's one of a kind format puts the Sacred Name of our Father/Creator back into the text where it had been removed nearly 6,000 times by the scribes and translators throughout history. An outstanding feature also makes those hard to pronounce Biblical names easy as they were written in the original language of the script with the pronunciation following the name. Also, the meanings of some of the names follows the pronunciation.
Using the wording from the Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible gives His Word a detailed 'come to life' picture in your mind. At times you can see the glistening green grass or smell the fragrant smoke of spices. If you listen carefully you can hear the vibrating trumpet ram's horns or taste the sticky gummy syrup of honey. You might even be able to feel with your finger the scar from the spikes in the hands and feet of the Messiah.
Another feature of this version of His Word, the Bible, is that any added text by our Romanized translations that was not in the original text languages has been put back into its original form. Above all, this version makes reading and understanding His love letter to us about His Son easy and enjoyable.
Rev. Jerry Ayers is the founder and C.E.O. of Empty Tomb Ministries Foundation, an outreach to help the lost find their way home and to guide those without hope to the comforting arms of the loving Father. He has been a bondservant of Yahweh and a teacher in the body of the Messiah for over thirty years. Jerry considers himself a "Yahweh Chaser" who desires to constantly seek the loving face of the Father. His passion for Yahweh and his knowledge of the Word are communicated vividly through his writing. Jerry makes his home in Minneapolis, Kansas.