July 22, 2024
  • You should familiarize yourself with the Hebrew Alephbet (alphabet) before attempting to translate scripture. You may study and access the Hebrew charts and tables available here before beginning.
  • Hebrew is read from right to left. That’s this way!
  • Throughout the book, you’ll see a thing I call “phrase parts” (that’s not the technical term 😉). They will be color-coded like this…

These are the four parts that Hebrew phrases can contain. They are linked together like a single English word would be, but they aren’t a single English word. They are phrases or in some cases, a complete thought or sentence. Here’s an explanation of what is meant by phrase parts.

These are identical phrases even though the order of the words may change, the idea is the same – she is walking to him. The Hebrew version of this statement is the phrase being referred to and I like to call each part of that phrase a phrase part.

Symbol Key:

  • In Hebrew, words can be feminine or masculine. It sounds too technical, but it’s kind of simple and will become very relevant to learning the laws of creation.
    • (m) denotes a masculine noun
    • (f) denotes a feminine noun
    • (mf) denotes a mixed-gender (masculine and feminine) property
    • (v) denotes an action verb
    • (adj) denotes an adjective
  • New information is notated in the boxes on either side of the page for the first and second parts of Day 1.

Quite simple you see… All you really must do is follow every instruction as you get to it and within seven to ten days of studying, you will know more about Hebrew and the biblical creation story than you ever thought possible! Good Luck, Godspeed, May the Lord Be with You, Shalom… Or Whatever You Say 😊

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