Hebrew Lesson Review for Day 1

Basic Hebrew Word Structure Hebrew is letters, each with their own meaning, linked together to form words that are indicative of a function. The functions are often attributed to things that are most characteristic of that function. Reading from the bottom up, this is an example of how Hebrew words are formed. Here’s another example… Read from the bottom up! Notice that these are not definitions, but functions that can…

June 12, 2022
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Day 1 Laws of Creation

Creation Premise: The Creator is omnipresent. There is an intelligent power that spoke function into dysfunction, creating all things that are capable of functioning.  Elahim is the ONE that fulfilled the purpose of all things in the heaven and in the Earth. He is a single unit of multiple beings of power. It’s in the title that He is called, “Elahim”. Yashua and the author of John understood the omnipresent…

June 12, 2022
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Genesis 1:3-5 Activity

Here’s what you learned in Genesis 1:3-5. Try to remember what the prefixes, suffixes, and root words listed in the notes below mean. Go back and look at the meanings if you can’t remember. You learned the prefixes; כ (ka) and ל (la). These sounds in front of a word is an indication that the phrase might begin with a prefix. We learned 12 new Hebrew words; אמר, אור, כי,…

January 28, 2020
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Genesis 1:3-5

Read the table from right to left starting at verse 3 and see if you recognize any words, fixes, or structural concepts from the previous verses. Do you remember their significance or what they mean?  ויאמר pronounced “WaYAmar”. It is a three-part phrase; ו+י+אמר, and he said. The base root “Amar” is a verb meaning to say. The prefix (י) is translated he will do; however, the presence of the…

January 28, 2020
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Genesis 1:2 Activity

Here’s what you learned in Genesis 1:2. You learned the common prefixes; ת (ta) and מ (ma). These sounds in front of a word is an indication that a phrase may begin with one of these prefixes. You learned the common suffixes; ת(t), ה(uh), י(ee), and ם (m). Words ending with these sounds may be suffixes. We learned 11 new Hebrew words; חשך, על, פנ, הי, תהו, הו, תהום, הום,…

January 13, 2019
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Genesis 1:2

Read the table from right to left starting at verse 2 and see if you recognize any words, fixes, or structural concepts from the previous verse. Do you remember their significance or what they mean?  והארץ is pronounced “WaHaErets” a three-part phrase; ו+ה+ארץ, and the Earth. היתה, pronounced “Hiyeetah”or “Hi-tah”. It is a three-part phrase; הי+ת+ה, her existence. The ת suffix makes the th/t sound. It acts in the same…

January 13, 2019
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Genesis 1:1 Activity

Here’s what you learned in Genesis 1. You learned the most common prefixes ב (ba), ה (ha), and ו (wa). These sounds in front of a word is an indication that a phrase beginning with a prefix is being spoken. You learned the most common suffix; ים (eem). A word ending with the ‘eem’ sound is more than likely suffixed to make a word plural or greater or to modify…

January 13, 2019
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Day 1 | Genesis 1:1

 Read the table from right to left starting at verse 1. בראשית, pronounced “Baresheet” is a phrase composed of three parts ב + ראש + ית, in heading. The ב is a prefix meaning “in” and makes the “ba” or “be” sound. ראש is a base word meaning head, pronounced “Raesh” or simply “Resh” The suffix, ית is what is called a diminutive, meaning it reduces the weight, size, or…

January 12, 2019
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