The Old Testament
was written in Hebrew.
Obviously those who read Hebrew
are going to glean more insights into the Old Testament
than those who do not read Hebrew.
Learning even a little knowledge
brings out "hidden richness" in the Scriptures.
This page is presented to help you
glean some of the hidden richness.
The Hebrew language is written from right to left.
So if I wrote the word "Genesis" from right to left
with English letters,
it would look like this:
There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet.
- - -
Many people do not know that
was written in ABC order (Hebrew ABC order)
If you would like to know more: Click here
is a Messianic television show.
they believe that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah.
Below is an episode of the show giving insights into
the first letter of the Jewish alphabet.
Aleph or Alef
Next is an episode of the show giving insights into the
letter of the Jewish alphabet.
Daleth or Dalet
If you would like to see the entire 22 episodes
with the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet,
here is the address that you can cut and paste
into your address block on your computer:
Scroll down the above page to see the link to each letter.
On the September 6, 2014 entry on my blog,
I gave a short Hebrew grammar lesson.
It is written for you below:
Knowing a little Hebrew increases our understanding and enjoyment of the study of God.
There are three ways in Hebrew to say that someone is THE BEST.
If you want to say that someone is the best carpenter, you could say it three ways:
In the first instance, you use the word "of."
For example, we say Jesus is:
The King of Kings - That means he is the highest King.
The second instance, you use the word "the."
Jesus is The Savior - That means Jesus is the highest Savior.
The third instance, you say a word three times:
The Lord is Holy, Holy, Holy - That means the Lord is the most holy.
Below is Psalm 27
sung in Hebrew.
The Hebrew words are written in
Then underneath the Hebrew words are words that are
(that means using English letters for Jewish sounds so you can sound out the Hebrew words so you can sing along)
and then finally the words are written in
so you can understand what is being sung.
Many Jewish people,
- even those who have received Jesus as their Savior -
still continue the Jewish tradition of honoring
God by writing the name of God without vowels.
G-d or L-RD
You might enjoy our Pentecost page.
This website has a Psalm 18 page you might like.
We also have a Psalm 27 Bible study available.
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