Prophecies Fulfilled

Prophecies Fulfilled By Yehoshua the Messiah Yeho - shua is the full Hebrew Name of Jesus, it means; YHVH - salvation, or the Eternal Name of our Creator Is Salvation. Do you know that every 1st century "New Testament" writer referred to the Torah, Prophets and Writings as the Scriptures?  What we now call, "The... Continue Reading →

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To Lie, the Ancient Hebrew Meaning

What is the Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for a Lie? God is not a man, that He should Lie (כָּזַב Kazab) or a son of man, that He should change His mind. Does He speak and not act? Does He promise and not fulfill? Numbers 23:19 Kazab כָּזַב is the three letter Hebrew verb root that translates into English as, to Lie and to Fail: Kaph כ... Continue Reading →

Grace, the Ancient Hebrew Meaning

What is the Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Grace? Merriam Webster defines the English noun Grace as a.) unmerited divine assistance given to humans for their regeneration or sanctification, and b.) a virtue coming from God, including Favor, Approval, Mercy, Pardon... If it is by Grace we have been saved, because God made us alive... Continue Reading →

How I Discovered Truth

It was about ten years ago, I can still remember myself saying, "doesn't he know we aren't under the bondage of the Law anymore? I used to feel sorry for people who didn't understand the Good News of God's Grace, until I found out I was one of them. At the time I would have... Continue Reading →

The Sign on Your Hand and Forehead

What is the Sign on Your Hand and Forehead? Reading the book of Revelation, without knowing the figurative language of Hebrew, is like trying to understand the beginning of the Bible by starting at the end: I declare (נָגַד nagad) the End from the Beginning, and ancient times from what is still to come, saying:... Continue Reading →

The Ancient Hebrew Word Picture of Shalom Hebrew is read from right to left Shalom שָׁלוֹם is the Hebrew noun, from its three letter verb root Shalam שָׁלַם. It is defined as Completeness, Soundness, Wholeness, Welfare, Peace, Function, Fullness, Health, Safety, Security, Tranquility, to Restore, to Repay, to Reward, to Make Amends, to Make Restitution,... Continue Reading →

Priest; the Ancient Hebrew Meaning

The Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Priest Kohen כֹּהֵן is the original Hebrew noun that can be translated into English as Priest, Chief Ruler, Minister, Servant, Officiator, Principal Officer, Prince... What does the Ancient Hebrew Word Picture shows us about the function of a Kohen כֹּהֵן? Kaf כֹּ   = Palm, to Cover, to Freely... Continue Reading →

Torah,The Ancient Hebrew Meaning

What is the Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Torah? The Torah תּוֹרָה has a three letter Hebrew verb root, יָרָה Yod, Resh, Hey, pronounced Yarah.  It can be defined as, to Throw, Shoot, Cast, Flow... when used figuratively it shows Direction, as an archer Points an arrow toward the target, so a Teaching, or Instruction,... Continue Reading →

My Mom Died Last Thursday

Sacred Moments It wasn't until I witnessed my mom's Spirit leave her body that I began to recognize death as a sacred moment.  My daughter sat holding my mom's hand, my dad was sitting beside her, and I was standing next to my dad when I noticed a change in the atmosphere. I thought we... Continue Reading →

How to be Courageously Humble

(This is about an 8 minute read) The "Nice" Lie Do you feel guilty for being angry? Do you worry about hurting feelings when you want to say no? Do you believe it's rude to tell people when they've overstepped?  If so, you may believe the false doctrine that the Bible teaches us to be... Continue Reading →

Is Your Heart Spiritually Blind?

Spiritual Blindness and the Contrary Heart ...YHVH יְהוָֹה will afflict you with madness, blindness, and confusion of heart...Deuteronomy 28:28 Yet to this day YHVH יְהוָֹה has not given you a heart to understand, eyes to see, or ears to hear. Deuteronomy 29:4; Matthew 13:13 In them the prophecy of Isaiah is fulfilled: 'You will be... Continue Reading →

Do Not Look at Appearance

What Does the Bible Say about Outward Appearance?1 Samuel 16:7 But יְהוָֹה YHVH said to Samuel, "Do not look at his appearance or height, for I have rejected him; יְהוָֹה YHVH does not see as man does. For man sees the outward appearance, but יְהוָֹה YHVH sees the heart." Proverbs 15:11 Sheol and Abaddon lie... Continue Reading →

The Two Trees

Ever You Ever Heard the Tree of Life Referred to as a Fig Tree? Is There a Spiritual Connection Between the Fig Tree and Life? Out of the ground יְהוָֹה YHVH God gave growth to every tree that is pleasing to the eye and good for food. And in the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. ... Continue Reading →

What is The Origin of Truth?

Torah is the Origin of Truth During my search for the one true Religion I learned that Truth has an origin. No matter how many people claim to be prophets, the words of these spokesmen must match up to the original Spiritual reality. I discovered the origin of Truth while studying the Hebrew Torah; Instructions... Continue Reading →

Grumblers are UnGrateful

Will there be any Grumblers, or Grudge holders, in the Renewed, or Spiritual, city of Jerusalem? “How long will this Bad (רַע Ra) community (עֵדָה edah) Grumble (לוּן luwn) against Me? I have heard the Grumblings ((תְּלוּנָה tluwnah, from luwn) of these Israelites,” Numbers 14:27 “...because He has heard your Grumbling (tluwnah), Exodus 16:7; 12... Continue Reading →

Righteousness, the Ancient Hebrew Meaning

(This is about a 10 minute read) What is the Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Righteousness? "In the Way of Righteousness is Life, in its Path there is no Death," Proverbs 12:28 Righteousness is translated from the Hebrew word צְדָקָה, Tzedaqah.  Its two letter, parent root, is צַד Tzd, meaning to Side, or Support.  Its... Continue Reading →

How to Pass the Test

(This is about a 3 min. read with a 16 sec. video at the end) Our Creator's Test of Faithfulness There's only one thing worse than trying to pass a test you didn't prepare for, well in my experience anyway, it's that test I didn't even know about. Like the Deuteronomy 13 Test: If a... Continue Reading →

Giving Thanks, the Ancient Hebrew Meaning

The Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Thanks Giving Thanks is the Hebrew noun תּוֹדָה Todah.  It's derived from the three letter verb root, יָדָה Yadah, meaning, to cast, throw, or shoot like an arrow in a specific direction. In short, the ultimate form of Thanksgiving is directing our acknowledgement of everything Good toward the Creator of... Continue Reading →

Easter is Mentioned in the Bible

(This is a 6 minute read and there is a YouTube Video at the end) The False goddess Easter I wish I could say I stopped celebrating Easter as soon as I learned it was the English transliteration of the same name Ishtar, Ashtarte, Astoreth, Eostre...  an ancient Mesopotamian goddess.  It really didn't bother me... Continue Reading →

To Remember, the Ancient Hebrew Meaning

The Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Remember To Remember is the three letter root זָכַר, pronounced Zakar.  A verb that is translated, to be Mindful of, Recount, Make Mention of, to Boast, Bring to Remembrance, Bringing to Mind, Call to Mind, Celebrate, Come to Remembrance, Confess, Consider, Extol, Invoke, Keep, Preserve, Recorder, Remind, Report, Take... Continue Reading →

Lamb Selection Day or Palm Sunday?

The Triumphal Entry What is the Origin of Palm Sunday?  The Sunday before Easter, the name of a Fertility goddess, is called Palm Sunday.  It commemorates the Triumphant Entry of Jesus as He humbly rode into the city of Jerusalem, on a donkey (an animal of peace, opposed to a horse, the animal of war).... Continue Reading →

Light, the Ancient Hebrew Meaning

The Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Light And God (אֱלהִים Elohim) said, “Let there be Light (אוֹר Oor),” and there was Light (אוֹר Oor), Genesis 1:3 Light is the original Hebrew word אוֹר, pronounced Oor. Alef א = Ox, Strong, Leader, First... Vav וֹ = Nail, to Attach, to Secure, to Establish, to Add, And... Resh... Continue Reading →

Praise, the Ancient Hebrew Meaning

The Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Praise Praise (הָלַל Halal) יְהוָֹה YHVH (the Eternal Name), All you nations!  Extol Him, All you peoples!  For great is His Loving devotion toward us, and the Faithfulness of YHVH endures forever.  HalleluYah! Psalm 117:1, 2 Praise is Hebrew verb הָלַל Halal.  A parent root with a double letter... Continue Reading →

Truth, the Ancient Hebrew Word Picture

The Original Ancient Hebrew Word Picture for Truth Truth is the Hebrew word אֶמֶת, Alef, Mem, Tav, pronounced Emet: אֶ = Ox, Strength, Leader, First... מֶ = Water, Chaos, Liquid, Massive amount... ת = Sign, Seal, Mark, Covenant... Truth = Strong, Water, Covenant The Ancient Hebrew pictograph for Truth is loaded with word picture meaning!... Continue Reading →

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