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Introduction:

John 8:22-24 And it was at Jerusalem the feast of the dedication, and it was winter.  And Jesus walked in the temple in Solomon’s porch. Then came the Jews round about him, and said unto him, How long dost thou make us to doubt? If thou be the Christ, tell us plainly.

In 2014 the Feast of Hanukkah, Dedication, begins at sundown Tuesday December 16 and ends at sundown Wednesday December 24. If you would like a free template of a full color Hanukkah card please leave your name and email address in the feedback section and we will email you the PDF file. 

  Welcome to our new Site scrolls4all.org. This site is dedicated to the preservation of the Word of God as it says in Psalms 119:89 “For ever, O Lord, Thy Word is settled in Heaven.” 

Psalm 119:89 Scroll of Psalms from Israel written 1980s
Psalm 119:89 Scroll of Psalms from Israel written 1980s

   Our site is designed to educate Jew, gentile, and Christians about the Word of God in the original Hebrew Scroll format. Please visit often as we are adding and upgrading our content as we migrate from our site scrolls4all.com.

   The technicians of the site scrolls4all.org have purchased over 70 authentic Hebrew Scrolls of which most date to the 19th century and beyond. The Scrolls were written in Lithuania, Israel, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Iraq, Morocco, Italy, Holland, Germany, Yemen, Spain, and many countries which were in the former Soviet Union. Many of these Scrolls had gone through the Holocaust and were severely damaged. We have moved most of these Scrolls to collections in South Carolina and Texas.  

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Complete Tanakh at Bob Jones University Museum

   It is our purpose to use photographs from these Scrolls throughout this site to enhance the Bible lessons. You will have the ability to enlarge most of the pictures and examine the them carefully.

Sofer repairing letters in the Torah
Sofer repairing letters in the Torah
Sixteen Scrolls in the Tanakh
Sixteen Scrolls in the Tanakh
Torah Scroll from Lithuania 1750s
Torah Scroll from Lithuania 1750s