ET (אֵת) Yeshua of our Eloheim

Isa 52:10 – YHVH has made bare His holy armIn the eyes of all the nations;And all the ends of the earth shall see אֵתsalvation of our God. YHVH did make bare His holy arm. Yeshua could have stayed safely by the Father’s side instead of being subjected to the harsh reality of humanism. Pain,Continue reading “ET (אֵת) Yeshua of our Eloheim”

Hallelu Yah!

You probably know more Hebrew than you realize. For instance, “Hallelu Yah” means to praise Yah; Yah being short for Yehovah. David begins many of his Psalms with Hallelu Yah but the translators regretfully changed them all to “Praise the Lord”, which is unfortunate because YHVH is a Lord but “lord” is just a genericContinue reading “Hallelu Yah!”

Why do I not use “God”?

Some people may wonder why I never use the term “God” when I’m speaking of the Almighty. There are a couple of reasons that I will explain. The first reason can be found in Zephaniah’s writings. Turn to Zeph 3:9, which reads: English is an infantile language; not being around very long at all, relatively,Continue reading “Why do I not use “God”?”

Learn – Blessed is He Who Comes in the name YHVH – in Hebrew

Before Yeshua’s sacrifice, He assures His disciples that when they say – “Blessed is He who comes in the name YHVH”, that He will return. Except He wouldn’t have been speaking English, so He would have quoted Psalm 118:26, which says – “Baruch ha’ba b’shem YHVH.” (Phonetically) בָּרוּךְ הַבָּא בְּשֵׁם יְהוָה בֵּרַֽכְנוּכֶם מִבֵּית יְהוָֽה׃      (in Hebrew) When Yeshua had entered JerusalemContinue reading “Learn – Blessed is He Who Comes in the name YHVH – in Hebrew”

Hallow the Sabbath – A Hebrew Perspective

Do you see how the Hebrew words for “seven” & “Sabbath” are almost exactly the same? When Hebrew words share two of three of the same root letters, they are understood to be sister words. Many times the words have similar meanings, or in this case, compliment each other. As the Sabbath is the seventhContinue reading “Hallow the Sabbath – A Hebrew Perspective”

the Mysterious Aleph Tav (את)

Before tackling this amazing subject I would like to say a prayer… Our dear Father in heaven, please open our eyes and our minds to understand the wondrous things you have hidden in your Word. As your Son Yeshua said – Open our understanding, that we may comprehend the Scriptures. (Luk 24:45 paraphrased) Send usContinue reading “the Mysterious Aleph Tav (את)”

The Journey Begins

As the ancient Hebrews embarked on their journey from Egypt (Mitzraim, in Hebrew) many centuries ago, so we must prepare to embark on our journeys from the 4 corners of the globe to the Promised Land. As the good book says <in Topol’s voice> in Jeremiah 16:  Jer 16:14 – ¶“Therefore behold, the days areContinue reading “The Journey Begins”

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