Hebraic & Godly Teaching & Learning

Yashua is the ultimate real-world example of Hebraic and Godly teaching and learning – two things so intrinsically connected that they cannot be separated. We can learn why he taught as he did and how he learned by looking at the Hebrew Language in depth. Today we do just that! Download this complete study PDF for precursive information about the summary below and to learn more details about the Hebrew…

August 28, 2018
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God of the Living

Ever woke up one day thinking nothing spectacular would happen, sure that you knew what you knew? And BOOM  someone lays a “You are not the father! ” type truth on you that changes everything. Today was one of those days for me. As I’m writing a Biblical Hebrew Lesson book on Genesis, it dawns on me what it really means that God is not the God of the dead…

July 4, 2018
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Deuteronomy Series: Everything Isn’t Yours!

It’s a hard but true fact… Not everything that we set out sights on is ordained for us. Some prosperity preachers would try to convince us otherwise, but Deuteronomy 3 teaches us that everyone has their purpose and those things that are exclusive there’s and you will never have that thing no matter how much to try flattering God with your prayer to change his mind!

June 18, 2018
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Deuteronomy Series: Observing Those That Came Before Us

I have learned that, most often, we tend to try to learn things the hard way rather than observing those who have already been there to garner the faith we need to elevate. Chapter 2 of Deuteronomy reminds us that we are not the first and certainly not the only and if we would just look to others for strength, rather than in envy, we could garner the faith we…

June 18, 2018
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Deuteronomy Series: Why Battles Are Lost

We look for answers to questions such as this, “Why Battles Are Lost?” but perhaps we haven’t been looking in the right places. .. Deuteronomy reveals this and much more. Stick with us as we study Israel’s life manual and all of the prophecies regarding it!

June 18, 2018
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Bible Translation & Interpretation

Many arguments exist among bible scholars and bible believers about bible translation and interpretation. Some believe that interpretation is a corruption of the Word of God. This, of course, is a silly notion. Interpretation is and always has been required to translate the bible into languages other than the original language scriptures were recorded in. In fact, for thousands of years, as the Hebrew language and language itself has evolved,…

May 30, 2018
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Heg Hasaccot: Feast of Booths

January 25, 2018

The Feast of Booths/Coverings is only five days after the Day of Atonement. It is an eight-day sabbath, whereby, no one worked for profit and the Israelite community prepared feasts and animal skins daily. On the eighth day, they rested from their communal activities. Unlike the Day of Atonement, the Feast of Booths is a holy observance designated only for Israel’s participation. (Lev. 23:42) It also specifies that Israel was…

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Yowm Hacafarim: Day of “Atonement”

January 24, 2018

As I continue to study these holy days, I am learning that they first had a practical application before representing a spiritual truth. Take, for example, the passover. Initially, it wasn’t a holy day in the sense we think of it today but a life or death situation in which our ancestors were to be obedient to the instructions of God for their survival. Likewise, the first Sabbath was the day Yahuwah…

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Shabatown Zacarown: Sabbath of Remembrance

January 11, 2018

Leviticus doesn’t say much about this observance; however, a more elaborate instruction is provided in Numbers 29. According to Leviticus, this Sabbath of Remembrance only had three instructions. The first is a grieving or shouting set-apart meeting. Most translations translate the word תרועה, which is literally “shout”  or “you will shout her” or “she will shout” to “blowing trumpets”. The word is related to grieving, not trumpets. Additionally, the word for…

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