The Lad bible, a book that has been translated into 18 languages, was written by German author Wilhelm Brandt in 1933.
The book, which describes the lives of three Jewish men in the city of Riga, was later adapted for radio by the radio station Radi-Am and sold to radio stations around the world.
The Lad Bible was translated into many languages, including Hebrew, Arabic, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian.
Nowadays, it is available on several different platforms including iTunes, Amazon Kindle, and Google Play.
When it was released in the 1940s, the Lad Bible said the Jewish people had been persecuted, but that it was a time when they had achieved “peace” through the teachings of the Bible.
“The Jews have attained peace,” the book said.
“Peace and freedom.
Freedom from the hatred of their enemies, the hatreds of the wicked.
The only way to achieve this peace is through the preaching of the Word of God and the guidance of the Holy Spirit.”
Since its publication, the book has become a bible for people of all ages, and is currently used by tens of millions of people around the globe.
In 2018, the internet was launched that allowed millions of different people to communicate in different languages.
According to the Lad bible website, the Bible was “the Bible of the Jews, and a sacred scripture of the Gentiles.
Its purpose was to inspire, strengthen and protect the Jewish race and the Jewish cause”.