The Brit Hadasha is the Hebrew name for the New Testament used by Messianics and Hebrew Christians. The Brit Hadasha means the new covenant or brit ( promise ). The Brit Hadasha according to Messianic Judaism is the fulfillment of the promise made by God in the Tanakh to make a new covenant with Israel. The Brit Hadasha contains the life and teachings of Yeshua as recorded by 4 of his trusted talmidim ( disciples ), the Acts of the Apostles as they went to spread the emuna ( faith ) of Yeshua to the Goyim ( Non Jews ). Also in the Brit Hadasha are the epistles ( letters ) of Sha'ul to many people both Jews and the Goyim to instruct and help them with their emuna ( faith ).