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TBOS_ALHB AlephBet Chart is a chart that provides the Hebrew Alphabet as well as AHLB and TBOS meanings of each. The AHLB is based on the AHLB author, Jeff Benner's, definitions and interpretations of the Hebrew alphabet, while the TBOS is based on functional definitions provided by the author of this site and the Two Birds One Stone - Learn Hebrew book series, Deshina Buck.
Two Letter Root Table is a live document and an invaluable resource. As I learn new things about two letter roots and Hebrew letters the document is updated in real time. It is an Excel spreadsheet with details of each two-letter root and Hebrew letters divided into functional groups to increase understanding. It also includes a sheet with letter relationships as well as the TBOS/AHLB Alephbet Chart.
TBOS Companion Dictionary COMING SOON
MySword Mobile App is the absolute best Bible study tool I've ever experienced. Set up correctly, it is the ultimate study tool. Be sure to add the following modules during the initial install.
- Under 'English', choose whichever English bible you prefer and use regularly. I have the LEB and KJV which I only use to find scriptures containing certain English terms and phrases.
- For 'Interlinear', HISB is a must have. Although very often incorrectly interpreted, its the only tool I've found that allows me to access the dictionaries and lexicons while looking at the Hebrew scriptures at the same time - eliminating the need to move back and forth between the text and dictionaries. Also, for the New Testament Greek, the BIB is a good interlinear bible.
- Choose 'Hebrew' and select the Aleppo Codex. I use this one as a source document as it is the oldest most complete Hebrew manuscript we have access to. Everything else will be modern versions and recreations of the ancient text.
- The AHLB is an absolute necessity. I have found it to be the most accurate, unbiased Hebrew lexicon dictionary available. I use only this dictionary more than 99% of the time. (More AHLB resources are listed below.)
- The BIB is good for studying New Testament scriptures which were written in Greek.
- The LXXHebGreek is useful for determining which Hebrew words New Testament Greek corresoonds to.
- Strong is the most widely used dictionary/lexicon. I find that its interpretations are far too westernized and take away from the true meaning of Hebrew words, but its a good resource for locating all the occurrences of certain words and making connections between modern interpretation and ancient interpretation.
Blue Letter Bible is a bible app that gives you access to the Strong's Concordance and lexicon, various bible versions, and other features that makes studying the bible in depth, a little easier.
Bible Hub Interlinear is a feature on Bible Hub allows you to break down scripture and determine is true message, meaning and intent, with little interference from biased translators. It also allows you to view the Strong's definition of the Greek and Hebrew words.
The Ancient Hebrew Lexicon provides the original or concrete meanings of Hebrew words as they were originally intended. If you are not familiar with using this tool, it can be a little confusing at first; however, it is a very valuable tool, once you understand how to use it.
This Hebrew Alphabet chart shows the evolution and concrete meanings of each Hebrew alphabet.
This site offers information regarding the ancient Hebrew language. Understanding the mechanics of the original language helps to better understand the message and intent of the original author, scripture, or writings.