While there are numerous Bibles in print today, the most central aspect of the Bible, the Land of Israel, has been overlooked, until now. References to the Land of Israel appear on nearly every page, and the city of Jerusalem is referred to hundreds of times throughout the Bible. The Israel Bible seeks to fill this important void in Biblical literature by providing the original Hebrew text and a classic English translation alongside our original commentary to better illustrate God’s focus on the Land of Israel.
This set collects all the books of the Bible in 20 volumes including the Torah, Prophets and Writings.
In the Bible
Let me now cross and see the good Land that is on the other side of the Jordan, this good mountain and the Lebanon.
Moses' genuine love for the Land of Israel is a lesson for all time. Though already informed that he would not enter the Promised Land, Moses sets his heart to pray for God to change His mind. His plea to "see the good Land" highlights his sincere motivation. Moses did not ask to lead the people into the Land of Israel; he was content with passing the reins to Joshua for that. Moses simply wanted to see the Land, to breathe its air, and to experience its goodness. Get more Israel insight into the Bible with The Israel Bible: The Complete Set, which collects all the books of the Bible inclduing the Torah, Prophets and Writings.