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Hebrew word of the week: Hazzay (weather) forecaster. by Yona Sabar The Bible includes names of male and female prophets, some of whom had visions of the Divine Presence and prophesied events in the future, including the end of history, aHarit ha-yamim. But probably none of them forecast the next day’s weather. So, the word Hazzay cannot be found in the Bible, but its root H-z-y is quite common in Hebrew and Aramaic. Related words in the Bible and in modern Hebrew: Hazah (mostly poetic/prophetic) “beheld (the face of God)” (Psalms 11:7; 63:3); Hozeh“seer, prophet”; Hizzayon “vision, revelation”; Hazon “(prophetic) vision”; Hazut “(grand) appearance, sight”; Hazuti “visual (dictionary)”; taHazit “forecast”; maHazeh “show, play”; maHaza’ut“playwriting“; maHazemer “musical (show)”; HitHazut“impersonation, posing, making yourself looking like someone else”;Hozeh “contract,” “covenant,” “vision” (Isaiah 28:7). Yona Sabar is a professor of Hebrew and Aramaic in the department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures at UCLA.

Hebrew word of the week: Hazzay (weather) forecaster.

by Yona Sabar

The Bible includes names of male and female prophets, some of whom had visions of the Divine Presence and prophesied events in the future, including the end of history, aHarit ha-yamim. But probably none of them forecast the next day’s weather. So, the word Hazzay cannot be found in the Bible, but its root H-z-y is quite common in Hebrew and Aramaic.

Related words in the Bible and in modern Hebrew: Hazah (mostly poetic/prophetic) “beheld (the face of God)” (Psalms 11:7; 63:3); Hozeh“seer, prophet”; Hizzayon “vision, revelation”; Hazon “(prophetic) vision”; Hazut “(grand) appearance, sight”; Hazuti “visual (dictionary)”; taHazit “forecast”; maHazeh “show, play”; maHaza’ut“playwriting“; maHazemer “musical (show)”; HitHazut“impersonation, posing, making yourself looking like someone else”;Hozeh “contract,” “covenant,” “vision” (Isaiah 28:7). Yona Sabar is a professor of Hebrew and Aramaic in the department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures at UCLA.

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2015-08-31 11:51:56

Cindy Marentette is following Yeshua in a Hebrew way! Here's her story. When I was saved years ago my very first prayer was that God would show me truth. With all that was being taught from all the denominations I wanted to be sure I was not being misled. It was not in a church that I was saved. I believe it was miraculous (it always is, but this is personal to me). I was in my home one night, after many nights of anguish and reading the Bible, I finally gave up and said, "God if you're real please show me how to be saved." I went to sleep expectant, knowing that I truly meant what I said. The next morning, kind of early, I got a knock on my door. It was a couple wanting to share the gospel with me. I was floored. And, haha, they were floored too when I asked them politely to come in. They knew that I had not been receptive in the past. They said they felt led to stop at my house...and I knew they were! I could hardly wait for them to stop talking, because I knew when they started sharing God's love with me that there was no way I could refuse!! I wish I could say that I had spent all those years since faithfully serving the Lord. But sadly, I fell into worldliness, broke Yeshua's heart, and wrecked my witness. I was diagnosed with cancer back in 2011 and was told that I only had a few months to a year at the most. If anything will shake you up it's being told that you have no hope and were going to die. Strangely (maybe not so strange) I did not fall apart, I felt that it was up to God whether I lived or died, not some white coat wearing doctor (however good they are). When I was alone, I prayed that if it was His will, that I'd like to live and make something better of my life,  not that it would make up  for what was lost, but that I would not be ashamed at His coming. I'm so thankful for His tough ...read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holy language.com. #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

Cindy Marentette is following Yeshua in a Hebrew way! Here's her story.

When I was saved years ago my very first prayer was that God would show me truth.  With all that was being taught from all the denominations I wanted to be sure I was not being misled. It was not in a church that I was saved. I believe it was miraculous (it always is, but this is personal to me). I was in my home one night, after many nights of anguish and reading the Bible, I finally gave up and said, "God if you're real please show me how to be saved." I went to sleep expectant, knowing that I truly meant what I said.

The next morning, kind of early, I got a knock on my door. It was a couple wanting to share the gospel with me. I was floored. And, haha, they were floored too when I asked them politely to come in. They knew that I had not been receptive in the past. 	They said they felt led to stop at my house...and I knew they were! I could hardly wait for them to stop talking, because I knew when they started sharing God's love with me that there was no way I could refuse!! I wish I could say that I had spent all those years since faithfully serving the Lord. But sadly, I fell into worldliness, broke Yeshua's heart, and wrecked my witness. I was diagnosed with cancer back in 2011 and was told that I only had a few months to a year at the most. If anything will shake you up it's being told that you have no hope and were going to die. 	Strangely (maybe not so strange) I did not fall apart, I felt that it was up to God whether I lived or died, not some white coat wearing doctor (however good they are). When I was alone, I prayed that if it was His will, that I'd like to live and make something better of my life,  not that it would make up  for what was lost, but that I would not be ashamed at His coming. I'm so thankful for His tough ...read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holy language.com.

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2015-08-30 22:49:09

Hebrew sign mistaken for Islamist banner in Louisiana Residents alert sheriff, media over ‘Welcome home, Yamit’ sign they thought was ‘terror message’ in Arabic. Startled residents of Gardner, Louisiana, alerted the sheriff last weekend over a black-and-white ‘welcome home’ sign in Hebrew that they thought bore a menacing Islamist message. The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office and local news station KALB “were contacted by several residents who were concerned about the signs and that they might have been terror messages written in Arabic,” KALB reported Friday. The “mysterious” sign actually says “Welcome Home, Yamit,” in a boxy Hebrew scrawl, likely by a non-native Israeli or child. “The sheriff’s office says not to worry, they are actually ‘welcome home’ signs written in Hebrew and not in anyway affiliated with ISIS,” KALB reported.

Hebrew sign mistaken for Islamist banner in Louisiana

Residents alert sheriff, media over ‘Welcome home, Yamit’ sign they thought was ‘terror message’ in Arabic.

Startled residents of Gardner, Louisiana, alerted the sheriff last weekend over a black-and-white ‘welcome home’ sign in Hebrew that they thought bore a menacing Islamist message.

The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office and local news station KALB “were contacted by several residents who were concerned about the signs and that they might have been terror messages written in Arabic,” KALB reported Friday.

The “mysterious” sign actually says “Welcome Home, Yamit,” in a boxy Hebrew scrawl, likely by a non-native Israeli or child. “The sheriff’s office says not to worry, they are actually ‘welcome home’ signs written in Hebrew and not in anyway affiliated with ISIS,” KALB reported.

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2015-08-30 08:49:15

Izzy here. I thought you might find this free online dictionary of the Targums, Talmuds, and Midrash by Marcus Jastrow useful. See for yourself http://goo.gl/AVNcZd or by googling “Jastrow dictionary". And if you have any resources you'd like to tell the Holy Language tribe about, I'd be happy to pass them on for you too. Just send us me a note here http://goo.gl/FcgOki or through the Contact page at holylanguage.com.

Izzy here. I thought you might find this free online dictionary of the Targums, Talmuds, and Midrash by Marcus Jastrow useful. See for yourself http://goo.gl/AVNcZd or by googling “Jastrow dictionary". And if you have any resources you'd like to tell the Holy Language tribe about, I'd be happy to pass them on for you too. Just send us me a note here http://goo.gl/FcgOki or through the Contact page at holylanguage.com.

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2015-08-28 22:14:12

To taste a watermelon is to know “what the angels eat,” Mark Twain proclaimed. The angels, however, would have gagged if they had eaten the watermelon’s wild ancestor—a bitter fruit with hard, pale-green flesh. Generations of selective breeding, spanning several countries and cultures, produced the sweet red fruit that’s now a common sight on picnic tables. Much of this epic history has been lost to antiquity. But Harry Paris, a horticulturalist at the Agricultural Research Organization in Israel, has spent years assembling clues—including ancient Hebrew texts, artifacts in Egyptian tombs, and medieval illustrations—that have enabled him to chronicle the watermelon’s astonishing 5,000-year transformation. Scientists agree that the watermelon’s progenitor—the ur-watermelon, if you will—was cultivated in Africa before spreading north into Mediterranean countries and, later, to other parts of Europe. But, that’s where the consensus ends. Did the ancestral watermelon originally grow in Western Africa? Southern Africa? Northeastern Africa? The theories are, literally, all over the map. “The history has been screwed up from the very outset,” says Paris, who places the blame on generations of taxonomists, stretching back to the 18th century, who hopelessly muddled melon classification. Even the name for the modern watermelon—Citrullus lanatus—is wrong. Lanatus means “hairy” in Latin and was originally the name applied to the fuzz-covered citron melon (Cirtrullus amarus). The citron melon, which grows in southern Africa, is one popular candidate for the watermelon’s ancient ancestor. But Paris is doubtful. He’s found evidence that the Egyptians began growing watermelon crops around 4,000 years ago, which predates farming in southern Africa. Contestant number two is the egusi melon from western Africa. Again, Paris is skeptical. Egusis weren’t cultivated for their flesh, but for their edible seeds—the one part of the modern watermelon that nobody wants. Paris says the true ancestor of the modern watermelon is indigenous to northeastern Africa: citrullus lanatus var. colocynthoides. ~read the entire article here: http://goo.gl/0gQixK

To taste a watermelon is to know “what the angels eat,” Mark Twain proclaimed.

The angels, however, would have gagged if they had eaten the watermelon’s wild ancestor—a bitter fruit with hard, pale-green flesh. Generations of selective breeding, spanning several countries and cultures, produced the sweet red fruit that’s now a common sight on picnic tables.

Much of this epic history has been lost to antiquity. But Harry Paris, a horticulturalist at the Agricultural Research Organization in Israel, has spent years assembling clues—including ancient Hebrew texts, artifacts in Egyptian tombs, and medieval illustrations—that have enabled him to chronicle the watermelon’s astonishing 5,000-year transformation.

Scientists agree that the watermelon’s progenitor—the ur-watermelon, if you will—was cultivated in Africa before spreading north into Mediterranean countries and, later, to other parts of Europe.

But, that’s where the consensus ends. Did the ancestral watermelon originally grow in Western Africa? Southern Africa? Northeastern Africa? The theories are, literally, all over the map. “The history has been screwed up from the very outset,” says Paris, who places the blame on generations of taxonomists, stretching back to the 18th century, who hopelessly muddled melon classification.

Even the name for the modern watermelon—Citrullus lanatus—is wrong. Lanatus means “hairy” in Latin and was originally the name applied to the fuzz-covered citron melon (Cirtrullus amarus). The citron melon, which grows in southern Africa, is one popular candidate for the watermelon’s ancient ancestor. But Paris is doubtful. He’s found evidence that the Egyptians began growing watermelon crops around 4,000 years ago, which predates farming in southern Africa.

Contestant number two is the egusi melon from western Africa. Again, Paris is skeptical. Egusis weren’t cultivated for their flesh, but for their edible seeds—the one part of the modern watermelon that nobody wants.

Paris says the true ancestor of the modern watermelon is indigenous to northeastern Africa: citrullus lanatus var. colocynthoides. ~read the entire article here:
http://goo.gl/0gQixK

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  • @leavedavidalone (3 dni)
    @itslizmegan thoughts?
     
  • @leavedavidalone (3 dni)
    It's undergone all of these changes but somehow it is still called a watermelon. Why can't we apply that same logic to evolution of man? Oh yeah, right no space for a God lol @itslizmegan @holylanguage
     
  • @itslizmegan (3 dni)
    Sounds like a Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew mystery. 'The mysterious watermelon' @leavedavidalone
     
  • @leavedavidalone (3 dni)
    I don't get it, show me what you mean. @itslizmegan
     
  • So we have always eaten watermelon, even before we were exiled. I guess some things no matter where we are, never change.
     
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2015-08-28 10:58:15

Anyone relate to this one? Ha. Send us your Hebrew memes [email protected]! #holylanguage #hebrew #klingon #funny #meme

Anyone relate to this one? Ha.

Send us your Hebrew memes atmeme@holylanguage.com!

#holylanguage #hebrew #klingon #funny #meme

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2015-08-27 22:34:04

Can you trace the Hebrew letters יצחק בר כומה for "Isaac bar Koma"? Ancient Inscriptions in Elijah the Prophet's Cave Are in Danger A Hebrew inscription reading "Isaac bar Koma" on the wall of the Propher Elijah's Cave. The Haifa grotto, sacred going back to the days of Baal, had been so neglected it even became a venue for bar mitzvahs. Only now is Israel starting to consider protecting it. A small cave sacred from the time of Baal, where Elijah the Prophet is believed to have spent the night before going into battle, boasts inscriptions carved into its walls over millennia – which are in imminent danger of disappearing forever. "The place should be favourable to my son Kyrillos, who will not be affected by fever anymore," wrote Elios, apparently an official living in Acre during the Roman era (first or second century BCE). The "fever" may have meant malaria, and the "place" in question was the Cave of Elijah the Prophet, a grotto some 40 meters up the slope of Mount Carmel, smack in the middle of the city of Haifa. While about it, writing in Greek, Elios added a strict injunction against desecrating the cave. Neither prior nor subsequent generations evidently thought much of that exhortation. Elios' inscription, a dedication to his son, is just one of about 180 Greek inscriptions, as well as 44 Hebrew, two Arabic, and one Latin, carved into the stone walls of Elijah's Cave. The youngest writing is modern and the oldest apparently dates from the late Roman era of control over the Holy Land. But left unprotected for all these thousands of years, and with the walls of the cave "redone" by anybody with the urge over that time - the unique inscriptions seem slated to disintegrate once and for all, as the faithful and the curious continue to ply the place, a practice observed over thousands of years. Now the Israeli government finally has a plan in place to fix up and preserve the cave and is working on putting together a budget from various governmental resources. ~read the entire article here: http://goo.gl/jwGn1P

Can you trace the Hebrew letters יצחק בר כומה for "Isaac bar Koma"? Ancient Inscriptions in Elijah the Prophet's Cave Are in Danger

A Hebrew inscription reading "Isaac bar Koma" on the wall of the Propher Elijah's Cave. 
The Haifa grotto, sacred going back to the days of Baal, had been so neglected it even became a venue for bar mitzvahs. Only now is Israel starting to consider protecting it.

A small cave sacred from the time of Baal, where Elijah the Prophet is believed to have spent the night before going into battle, boasts inscriptions carved into its walls over millennia – which are in imminent danger of disappearing forever. "The place should be favourable to my son Kyrillos, who will not be affected by fever anymore," wrote Elios, apparently an official living in Acre during the Roman era (first or second century BCE). The "fever" may have meant malaria, and the "place" in question was the Cave of Elijah the Prophet, a grotto some 40 meters up the slope of Mount Carmel, smack in the middle of the city of Haifa.

While about it, writing in Greek, Elios added a strict injunction against desecrating the cave.

Neither prior nor subsequent generations evidently thought much of that exhortation. Elios' inscription, a dedication to his son, is just one of about 180 Greek inscriptions, as well as 44 Hebrew, two Arabic, and one Latin, carved into the stone walls of Elijah's Cave. The youngest writing is modern and the oldest apparently dates from the late Roman era of control over the Holy Land.
But left unprotected for all these thousands of years, and with the walls of the cave "redone" by anybody with the urge over that time - the unique inscriptions seem slated to disintegrate once and for all, as the faithful and the curious continue to ply the place, a practice observed over thousands of years. Now the Israeli government finally has a plan in place to fix up and preserve the cave and is working on putting together a budget from various governmental resources. ~read the entire article here:
http://goo.gl/jwGn1P

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2015-08-27 13:38:40

~ Israel's High Holy Days are coming!~ The Fall Feasts of Israel, the most important appointments of the biblical calendar, are just around the corner. These three feasts: The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh HaShanah), the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot), hold great biblical, historical, and prophetic significance for believers in Yeshua (Jesus) as they point to the events surrounding His second coming (This will be explained more fully in my next article for Standing With Israel). The sixth month of the Hebrew calendar, the month of Elul, (beginning August 16th this year) is traditionally a time of spiritual preparation as Jewish people anticipate these upcoming High Holy Days. The significance given to these prayers in traditional Jewish thinking shows up in the three levels of forgiveness which people hope to attain. Traditionally, these levels are identified by three Hebrew terms: selichah (pardon), mechilah (wiping away), and kapparah (atonement). They are all related to forgiveness, but each has its own shade of meaning. In Israel, a common word for "pardon" or "excuse me" is selichah. This is the first step a person takes if a sin has been committed, whether against God or man. One asks for forgiveness, saying to the offended party, "I am sorry for what I did; I sincerely regret having done it, and will never do it again." It is considered cruel not to accept a person's sincere apology. Mechilah is usually translated as "wiping away," It is a response to the request, "Can our relationship be as it was before I offended you?" At this level, the relationship gets a "reset button." It is more difficult to accomplish than selichah, but not impossible. Kapparah is usually translated as "atonement," (as in the Day of Atonement). This level of forgiveness is the deepest of all as it deals with a person's guilty conscience. It is recognized that only God can heal and comfort the conscience of a person. In traditional Jewish circles, "kapparah" completes this three-part process on Yom Kippur. What can truly bring the deepest level of forgiveness between man and God? ~read the entire article here http://goo.gl/BGBCau

~ Israel's High Holy Days are coming!~ The Fall Feasts of Israel, the most important appointments of the biblical calendar, are just around the corner.

These three feasts: The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh HaShanah), the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot), hold great biblical, historical, and prophetic significance for believers in Yeshua (Jesus) as they point to the events surrounding His second coming (This will be explained more fully in my next article for Standing With Israel). The sixth month of the Hebrew calendar, the month of Elul, (beginning August 16th this year) is traditionally a time of spiritual preparation as Jewish people anticipate these upcoming High Holy Days. 
The significance given to these prayers in traditional Jewish thinking shows up in the three levels of forgiveness which people hope to attain. Traditionally, these levels are identified by three Hebrew terms: selichah (pardon), mechilah (wiping away), and kapparah (atonement). They are all related to forgiveness, but each has its own shade of meaning. 
In Israel, a common word for "pardon" or "excuse me" is selichah. This is the first step a person takes if a sin has been committed, whether against God or man. One asks for forgiveness, saying to the offended party, "I am sorry for what I did; I sincerely regret having done it, and will never do it again." It is considered cruel not to accept a person's sincere apology. 
Mechilah is usually translated as "wiping away," It is a response to the request, "Can our relationship be as it was before I offended you?" At this level, the relationship gets a "reset button." It is more difficult to accomplish than selichah, but not impossible. 
Kapparah is usually translated as "atonement," (as in the Day of Atonement). This level of forgiveness is the deepest of all as it deals with a person's guilty conscience. It is recognized that only God can heal and comfort the conscience of a person. In traditional Jewish circles, "kapparah" completes this three-part process on Yom Kippur. 
What can truly bring the deepest level of forgiveness between man and God?
~read the entire article here http://goo.gl/BGBCau

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  • @singing_angel (4 dni)
    @holylanguage you really know your stuff! We practice these beliefs! #truth
     
  • @austinthe316 (4 dni)
    You mentioned the Mechilah- "wiping away". Could this have something to do with the Shemitah(release, fall, collapse or shaking)?
     
  • @austinthe316 (4 dni)
    @holylanguage
     
  • @noe_novieos (4 dni)
    @septiansiawan @dennysjsquad cb d bc ko smoga brmnfaat 😀
     
  • @dennysjsquad (4 dni)
    Thanks @noe_novieos
     
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2015-08-27 04:26:53

Chana is following Yeshua in a Hebrew way. Here's her story! Shalom! I'm Chana. I'm a wife to one and Ima to four little arrows that my husband and I are raising up for the Lord's glory! I've always known about God. I was raised in a Catholic home, attended a Catholic school from k-12, and even spent two years at a Catholic college! But it wasn't until after having my first child and realizing that I knew of God, but didn't have a relationship with Him, that I began to make some serious changes. I started looking for a Bible teaching church and ended up at a Fundamental Baptist church. It was there that I truly began to understand what Yeshua did for me, and I accepted Him as my Savior. While attending our small Baptist church I was reading and studying my Bible daily. I also read a bunch of blogs looking to learn from other believers who have been on this journey longer than I. One day I came across some ladies sharing about how the Torah is still relevant for our lives today. Of course this was foreign to me and as I sought to disprove them I began to see they were right! Shortly after that we began keeping Shabbat and the other Feasts. Connecting with the Lord in this way, created a burning desire to learn lashon hakodesh {the Holy Language} in order to dive deeper in our relationship with Yeshua. Some of the people we've connected with on our journey were also learning Hebrew. Everyone was learning from different places, but some friends recommended Holy Language Institute. Once we checked it out, we really liked being able to learn at our own pace, and how simple it was to follow along. Learning a new language is a challenge but the way it is presented really makes it simple to get the hang of it. We're really enjoying learning together as a family, and finding deeper meaning to the... Read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holy language.com. #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

Chana is following Yeshua in a Hebrew way. Here's her story!

Shalom! I'm Chana. I'm a wife to one and Ima to four little arrows that my husband and I are raising up for the Lord's glory! 
I've always known about God. I was raised in a Catholic home, attended a Catholic school from k-12, and even spent two years at a Catholic college! But it wasn't until after having my first child and realizing that I knew of God, but didn't have a relationship with Him, that I began to make some serious changes. 
I started looking for a Bible teaching church and ended up at a Fundamental Baptist church. It was there that I truly began to understand what Yeshua did for me, and I accepted Him as my Savior. 
While attending our small Baptist church I was reading and studying my Bible daily. I also read a bunch of blogs looking to learn from other believers who have been on this journey longer than I. One day I came across some ladies sharing about how the Torah is still relevant for our lives today. 
Of course this was foreign to me and as I sought to disprove them I began to see they were right! Shortly after that we began keeping Shabbat and the other Feasts. Connecting with the Lord in this way, created a burning desire to learn lashon hakodesh {the Holy Language} in order to dive deeper in our relationship with Yeshua. Some of the people we've connected with on our journey were also learning Hebrew. 
Everyone was learning from different places, but some friends recommended Holy Language Institute. Once we checked it out, we really liked being able to learn at our own pace, and how simple it was to follow along. Learning a new language is a challenge but the way it is presented really makes it simple to get the hang of it. 
We're really enjoying learning together as a family, and finding deeper meaning to the... Read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holy language.com.

#holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

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  • @eri_lov_4_ever (4 dni)
    U don't really need to learn a language to be connected to yeshua.u should know. If u are interesting to learn that's OK. But build ur faith and respect his law. That's all the point. Peace in love for Jesus Christ glory
     
  • @holylanguage (4 dni)
    @eri_lov_4_ever I disagree, the Scriptures say that the pure language will be restored in the last days. We know that Hebrew is that language. Each word is special and has various levels of understanding that we cannot receive when we read the Scriptures in any other language. A question friend, shouldn't we learn the language of the person we want to communicate with? Well, Yeshua spoke/speaks Hebrew. Why not learn His true language? -Adi (Volunteer)
     
 

2015-08-26 22:43:20

Shalom, Izzy here. My wife Genevieve and I are homeschooling our five year old daughter, Tirzah. Every morning they spend some time on Hebrew and English reading and writing skills. Lately Genevieve has begun to include a 10 to 15 minute section from the recording of Elihana Elia's live modern Hebrew class she teaches Monday evenings. They're perfect, because Elihana starts out on such a basic level and explains things in simple and memorable ways. Tirzah loves it - I've heard her using words and expressions throughout the day that she learned that morning. I think Elihana has become one of her heroes. Anyway, if you are a parent and would like to see your child grow in their understanding of Hebrew - whether you homeschool or not - I invite you to join Genevieve and Tirzah learning from Elihana! You can watch the first couple lessons for free on our YouTube channel here http://goo.gl/REbC8Q, watch the live lesson on Monday nights here http://goo.gl/3mnn1x, and watch the recordings of previous lessons here http://goo.gl/gWk49A. I hope you and your children have as much fun with it as we have!

Shalom, Izzy here. My wife Genevieve and I are homeschooling our five year old daughter, Tirzah. Every morning they spend some time on Hebrew and English reading and writing skills.

Lately Genevieve has begun to include a 10 to 15 minute section from the recording of Elihana Elia's live modern Hebrew class she teaches Monday evenings. They're perfect, because Elihana starts out on such a basic level and explains things in simple and memorable ways. Tirzah loves it - I've heard her using words and expressions throughout the day that she learned that morning. I think Elihana has become one of her heroes.

Anyway, if you are a parent and would like to see your child grow in their understanding of Hebrew - whether you homeschool or not - I invite you to join Genevieve and Tirzah learning from Elihana! You can watch the first couple lessons for free on our YouTube channel here http://goo.gl/REbC8Q, watch the live lesson on Monday nights here http://goo.gl/3mnn1x, and watch the recordings of previous lessons here http://goo.gl/gWk49A. I hope you and your children have as much fun with it as we have!

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  • Shalom @izzyavraham I love your daughters name, what does it mean?
     
  • @holylanguage (4 dni)
    @ashton_middleway Google says, "She is my delight." 😉 -Adi (Volunteer)
     
 

2015-08-26 01:54:02

George, a member of the Holy Language tribe, recently sent us this note for you: I don't know if you have across across this website before: Blueletterbible.org? It contains the Masoretic text, analysis of the Hebrew text, and the Septuagint translation of it. When you click on the Strong's it gives you a lot of information on every single Hebrew word you read. There is a lot more to it, you need to familiarize yourself with the website first. Enjoy!" See for yourself here http://goo.gl/soA5Pz or by Googling "blueletter bible". Thank you George! And if you have any resources you'd like to tell the Holy Language tribe about, we'd be happy to pass them on for you. Just send us a note here http://goo.gl/FcgOki or through the Contact page at holylanguage.com

George, a member of the Holy Language tribe, recently sent us this note for you:

I don't know if you have across across this website before: Blueletterbible.org? It contains the Masoretic text, analysis of the Hebrew text, and the Septuagint translation of it. When you click on the Strong's it gives you a lot of information on every single Hebrew word you read. There is a lot more to it, you need to familiarize yourself with the website first. Enjoy!" See for yourself here http://goo.gl/soA5Pz or by Googling "blueletter bible". Thank you George! And if you have any resources you'd like to tell the Holy Language tribe about, we'd be happy to pass them on for you. Just send us a note here http://goo.gl/FcgOki or through the Contact page at holylanguage.com

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  • @rayg143rd (5 dni)
    It's amazing how יהושע HaMoshiach is in the first verse twice, can u see it?
     
  • @rayg143rd (5 dni)
    Anyone?????
     
  • We are adding an extra ה to the Messiah's name now? Sorry for being a Jew here, but u find it despicable when people add letters to the Messiah's name.
     
  • FYI there are times when original Greek and Hebrew words are missing...so if there is a question double check
     
 

2015-08-25 22:17:34

So much truth. Thanks to David Rivers for this meme! Send us yours at [email protected] #holylanguage #jewish #israel #meme

So much truth. 
Thanks to David Rivers for this meme! Send us yours at memes@holylanguage.com.

#holylanguage #jewish #israel #meme

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  • @vpramsey (6 dni)
    Amen Boromir!
     
  • @donnamd77 (6 dni)
    Amen! Pray for the peace of Jerusalem!
     
  • @kellsbells_72 bahahahaha 😂😂😂😂
     
  • @kelly5055 (6 dni)
    Amen!!!
     
  • @kellsbells_72 (6 dni)
    @brittney_kristina TRUTH! 💪🏼🇮🇱👊🏼
     
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2015-08-24 22:41:55

Oh goodness! If this has happened to you, no need to worry come join our tribe at Holylanguage.Com 👍 #holylanguage #hebrew #Jewish #israel #messianic #Yeshua #torah

Oh goodness! If this has happened to you, no need to worry come join our tribe at Holylanguage.Com 👍

#holylanguage #hebrew #Jewish #israel #messianic #Yeshua #torah

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  • @calicopoppy_ makes my blood boil!
     
  • @calicopoppy_ (7 dni)
    Leeon! 😆 Its true though! People get scared and kick others out. Even if they really ARE "for Israel". @stickwiththeoldstuff1611
     
  • @calicopoppy_ no comment!
     
  • @holylanguage (6 dni)
    @nicolerboisseau Good for you! Each word is filled with beauty. Please share your Hebrew adventures with us! 😁 -Adi (volunteer)
     
  • I'm thankful not all churches are like this.
     
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2015-08-24 15:16:29

Amariah is following Yeshua in a Hebrew way! Here's her story. I came to know Yeshua at two years old Learning of His ways, now to His Word I hold. At twelve I found Yeshua's "Hebrew Way" And that is what I study to this day. Hebrew understanding opened a new door It was no surprise I hungered for more. In 2013 I found a resource Pursuing Hebrew through an online course. Then the Holy Language Institute through HRN online Magnified the Hebrew culture and nourished my soul and mind. I plan to attend a university in the Fall Majoring in communications and psychology, that's all. A vessel of Yeshua I aspire to be Humble, doing justice, and loving mercy. Go to the Stories page at holylanguage.com to get these stories in your inbox! #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #yeshua #jew #jewish #jesus #yahweh #jehovah #christian #spiritual

Amariah is following Yeshua in a Hebrew way! Here's her story.

I came to know Yeshua at two years old

Learning of His ways, now to His Word I hold.

At twelve I found Yeshua's "Hebrew Way"

And that is what I study to this day.

Hebrew understanding opened a new door

It was no surprise I hungered for more.

In 2013 I found a resource

Pursuing Hebrew through an online course.

Then the Holy Language Institute through HRN online

Magnified the Hebrew culture and nourished my soul and mind.

I plan to attend a university in the Fall

Majoring in communications and psychology, that's all.

A vessel of Yeshua I aspire to be

Humble, doing justice, and loving mercy. 
Go to the Stories page at holylanguage.com to get these stories in your inbox! 
#holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #yeshua #jew #jewish #jesus #yahweh #jehovah #christian #spiritual

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2015-08-23 23:44:56

Holy language provides you with all the necessary recourses to start learning our Messiah's native language! #torah #holylanguage #hebrew #Jewish #israel #messianic #hebrewroots

Holy language provides you with all the necessary recourses to start learning our Messiah's native language! 
#torah #holylanguage #hebrew #Jewish #israel #messianic #hebrewroots

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2015-08-23 14:45:57

Can you read this word from the beautiful ark at Beth Immanuel Messianic Synagogue? Hint - it's one of the three qualities that Yeshua called the 'weightier provisions of the Torah' in Matthew 23:23. "Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you tithe mint and dill and cummin, and have neglected the weightier provisions of the law: justice and mercy and faithfulness; but these are the things you should have done without neglecting the others."

Can you read this word from the beautiful ark at Beth Immanuel Messianic Synagogue? Hint - it's one of the three qualities that Yeshua called the 'weightier provisions of the Torah' in Matthew 23:23. "Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you tithe mint and dill and cummin, and have neglected the weightier provisions of the law: justice and mercy and faithfulness; but these are the things you should have done without neglecting the others."

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2015-08-22 01:08:35

Did you know that the man behind the world's most listened to audio recordings of the Hebrew Bible was a believer in Yeshua the Messiah? Abraham Shmuelof grew up in an ultraorthodox Jewish family in Jerusalem, fought alongside Menachem Begin in the Irgun and against the Nazis in Britain's famous 'Jewish Legion', and came to believe in Yeshua after reading a New Testament he acquired in exchange for cigarettes in a prisoner of war camp. Read Father Abraham's story here http://goo.gl/4tc8aA or by Googling "Abraham Shmuelof" and listen to him read the Tanach here http://goo.gl/CLuo3x or by Googling "hebrew audio holy language.”

Did you know that the man behind the world's most listened to audio recordings of the Hebrew Bible was a believer in Yeshua the Messiah? 
Abraham Shmuelof grew up in an ultraorthodox Jewish family in Jerusalem, fought alongside Menachem Begin in the Irgun and against the Nazis in Britain's famous 'Jewish Legion', and came to believe in Yeshua after reading a New Testament he acquired in exchange for cigarettes in a prisoner of war camp. 
Read Father Abraham's story here http://goo.gl/4tc8aA or by Googling "Abraham Shmuelof" and listen to him read the Tanach here http://goo.gl/CLuo3x or by Googling "hebrew audio holy language.”

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2015-08-20 22:38:31

That's a real head scratcher! :) #hebrew #yeshua #Jewish #israel #messianic #holylanguage

That's a real head scratcher! :) #hebrew #yeshua #Jewish #israel #messianic #holylanguage

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  • @livelife4christ (11 dni)
    Lol
     
  • @the.truth.seeker (10 dni)
    Christ blessed all food so it's okay to eat pig
     
  • @holylanguage (10 dni)
    @the.truth.seeker hello! This is Adi (a volunteer), if you study the "scene" Jesus/Yeshua seemed to have bless all foods, you'll find something very interesting! Blessings on your search
     
  • @the.truth.seeker (10 dni)
    He did by Saying, It matters not what enters in the body but what cones out of it.
     
  • @matchiam (10 dni)
    Jews of the day @the.truth.seeker did not consider any swine products food... food for thought, eh?
     
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2015-08-20 13:49:37

Izzy here. If you've ever emailed Holy Language Institute there's a good chance you've talked with Katy Raczkowski. She's our main communications gal and answers most of our emails and calls our new students to say welcome. She also happens to be one of our most enthusiastic students. I thought you'd be interested to know that Katy just started doing a weekly radio show with Devora Clark and the first episode came out last week! Within a day it racked up over a thousand listens, so it must have been good. I know I couldn't wipe the smile off my face after tuning in. Listen for yourself here http://goo.gl/JZXeqG or find it by Googling Devora Clark's podbean channel.

Izzy here. If you've ever emailed Holy Language Institute there's a good chance you've talked with Katy Raczkowski. She's our main communications gal and answers most of our emails and calls our new students to say welcome. She also happens to be one of our most enthusiastic students.

I thought you'd be interested to know that Katy just started doing a weekly radio show with Devora Clark and the first episode came out last week! Within a day it racked up over a thousand listens, so it must have been good. I know I couldn't wipe the smile off my face after tuning in.

Listen for yourself here http://goo.gl/JZXeqG or find it by Googling Devora Clark's podbean channel.

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2015-08-19 22:29:55

Did you know that the free app from bible.is will read the Scriptures to you in Hebrew? Download the app and choose the English version you want. If you are a beginning student in Hebrew like many others, it's easier if you first find the portion you want in English, then change the language to Hebrew. One version has the NT only, and the other has both New & Original Testaments. It goes a little fast, but gets a little easier to understand with repeated listenings. Thanks to fellow tribe member Amy Cheung for telling me about this resource. We are studying the Songs of Ascent - Psalms 120-134 with Rabbi Derek Leman on Thursday evenings. Please join us for class at www.holylanguage.com!

Did you know that the free app from bible.is will read the Scriptures to you in Hebrew? Download the app and choose the English version you want. 
If you are a beginning student in Hebrew like many others, it's easier if you first find the portion you want in English, then change the language to Hebrew. One version has the NT only, and the other has both New & Original Testaments. It goes a little fast, but gets a little easier to understand with repeated listenings. 
Thanks to fellow tribe member Amy Cheung for telling me about this resource. We are studying the Songs of Ascent - Psalms 120-134 with Rabbi Derek Leman on Thursday evenings. Please join us for class at www.holylanguage.com!

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2015-08-19 18:36:02