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We're currently in the fifty day countup to the Festival of Weeks - Shavuot in Hebrew, or, as it's often called in Greek, Pentecost. This countup is called counting the Omer. "Omer" is the Hebrew word for the sheaf that was waved on the first day of the countup, on the day after the Festival Shabbat. In Jewish tradition, it's the responsibility of each person to count for themselves up to Shavuot, as the Torah says in Leviticus 23:15, "count for yourselves." That's easy for the first week or two. Then it gets a little harder to remember to do it every day, and to remember which day of the Omer you're on. "Are we on day 37, or day 38?!" That, my friend, is where this handly little app comes in. OmerCounter will tell which day of the Omer it is, ask if you've counted it yet, and teach you the traditional blessing too! Loving God and keeping his commands has never been easier. (Yes, that was intended to sound like an infomercial.) Get it for Apple here http://goo.gl/271w4N and for Android here http://goo.gl/TqVeqC or by searching "OmerCounter" in your app store. And feel free to share this post if you think your friends would find it helpful. Happy 13 days of the Omer! #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #yeshua #jewish #judaism #israel #yahweh #jehovah #omer #shavuot #pentecost #chabad

We're currently in the fifty day countup to the Festival of Weeks - Shavuot  in Hebrew, or, as it's often called in Greek, Pentecost. 
This countup is called counting the Omer. "Omer" is the Hebrew word for the sheaf that was waved on the first day of the countup, on the day after the Festival Shabbat. In Jewish tradition, it's the responsibility of each person to count for themselves up to Shavuot, as the Torah says in Leviticus 23:15, "count for yourselves." That's easy for the first week or two. Then it gets a little harder to remember to do it every day, and to remember which day of the Omer you're on. "Are we on day 37, or day 38?!" That, my friend, is where this handly little app comes in. OmerCounter will tell which day of the Omer it is, ask if you've counted it yet, and teach you the traditional blessing too! Loving God and keeping his commands has never been easier. (Yes, that was intended to sound like an infomercial.) Get it for Apple here http://goo.gl/271w4N and for Android here http://goo.gl/TqVeqC or by searching "OmerCounter" in your app store. And feel free to share this post if you think your friends would find it helpful. 
Happy 13 days of the Omer!

#holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #yeshua #jewish #judaism #israel #yahweh #jehovah #omer #shavuot #pentecost #chabad

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  • @ddubsta (3 dni)
    Thanks brother! Downloaded! Shalom!
     
  • @ddubsta (3 dni)
    @babyseahorse get this for counting the Omer! :D
     
  • @babyseahorse (3 dni)
    What!😱 Why didn't I know about this before! 😏
     
  • @kimpalfrey (3 dni)
    Shabbat Shalom💜
     
  • Thanks for sharing 👏🏽👏🏽😄
     
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2015-04-17 18:38:12

Passover and the counting of the Omer up to Shavuot is just around the corner! Our graphic design person, Robert Williams of Melek Design fame, created three free resources for you and your family for the festive season - an omer counting chart for adults, a chart for children (the one you see in the picture, that's the one I'll be using!) and a seder colouring page (for both adults and children who like to colour, of course.) Download yours here http://goo.gl/jCDnx3 or from this pic on our Facebook page, HolyLanguage Tribe. We here at Holy Language wish you a joyous and meaningful season! We love you!

Passover and the counting of the Omer up to Shavuot is just around the corner!  Our graphic design person, Robert Williams of Melek Design fame, created three free resources for you and your family for the festive season - an omer counting chart for adults, a chart for children (the one you see in the picture, that's the one I'll be using!) and a seder colouring page (for both adults and children who like to colour, of course.) Download yours here http://goo.gl/jCDnx3 or from this pic on our Facebook page, HolyLanguage Tribe.  We here at Holy Language wish you a joyous and meaningful season! We love you!

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  • @marwan150 (7 dni)
    Their hearts were also sealed because of their lack of faith, their gravely slanderous accusation against Mary,and their statement that they murdered Jesus, son of Mary, the Messenger of God, when, in fact, they could not have murdered him or crucified him. They, in fact, murdered someone else by mistake. Even those who disputed (the question of whether or not Jesus was murdered) did not have a shred of evidence. All that they knew about it was mere conjecture. They certainly could not have murdered Jesus. God raised him up to Himself. God is Majestic and All-wise. (Muhammad), We have sent revelations to you just as were sent to Noah and the Prophets who lived after him and to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, his descendants, Jesus, Job, Jonah, Aaron, and Solomon. We gave the Psalms to David. (We sent revelations to) the Messengers mentioned to you before and also to Messengers who have not been mentioned to you. God spoke to Moses in words. The Messengers were sent to give people the glad news (of God's mercy) and warn them (of His punishment) so that the human being would not have any objections against God, after the coming of the Messengers, (that they did not have any knowledge of His mercy and punishment). God is Majestic and All-wise.
     
  • @jessbugg_sr (7 dni)
    Do you deal with the ancient hebrew (Phoenician) or Yiddish?
     
  • There was no white people in Egypt so how does white people fit n Passover ?
     
  • @lwill84 (6 dni)
    Great post!
     
  • Visit jw.org !!
     
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2015-04-02 23:15:18

Izzy here. I've been working hard for the last year overhauling Holy Language Institute so a group of volunteers can work closely with me to serve the tribe instead of me doing all the grunt work myself. I'm finally at the point where we're ready for more adventurous volunteers to join the merry band! If you'd like to get involved this is your last chance. I'm reviewing volunteer applications right now. If you're accepted you'll get a free subscription and you'll have lots of fun working with us and making a difference for Yeshua's cause. I'm looking for people to help with ~making our social media presence awesome, including Tumblr and Snapchat ~building a new Wordpress website ~checking news sites and contributing articles to the weekly lineup ~offering legal advice and assistance ~contributing Hebrew art for online display ~accounting with Quickbooks ~editing and rendering videos ~graphic design ~everything I/T ~sales ~translation ~management ~something you're great at that I haven't thought of yet! I want you! APPLY HERE http://goo.gl/8oywac or by going to holylanguage.com > opportunities > volunteer. If you have any questions please, email me at [email protected] If you've already submitted an application thank you, and you needn't submit another one. I have your info and will contact you if you could be a fit for us. Sincerely - thank you.

Izzy here. I've been working hard for the last year overhauling Holy Language Institute so a group of volunteers can work closely with me to serve the tribe instead of me doing all the grunt work myself. I'm finally at the point where we're ready for more adventurous volunteers to join the merry band!  If you'd like to get involved this is your last chance. I'm reviewing volunteer applications right now. If you're accepted you'll get a free subscription and you'll have lots of fun working with us and making a difference for Yeshua's cause. I'm looking for people to help with ~making our social media presence awesome, including Tumblr and Snapchat ~building a new Wordpress website ~checking news sites and contributing articles to the weekly lineup ~offering legal advice and assistance ~contributing Hebrew art for online display ~accounting with Quickbooks ~editing and rendering videos ~graphic design ~everything I/T ~sales ~translation ~management ~something you're great at that I haven't thought of yet! I want you!  APPLY HERE http://goo.gl/8oywac or by going to holylanguage.com > opportunities > volunteer.  If you have any questions please, email me at izzy@holylanguage.com. If you've already submitted an application thank you, and you needn't submit another one. I have your info and will contact you if you could be a fit for us. Sincerely - thank you.

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2015-03-24 17:41:31

Thank you Elizabeth for the gorgeous pics of your gorgeous Hebrew Quest lessons that just arrived! We are so excited for you. Send us your pics at contact at holylanguage dot com and we'll share them with the tribe too, and get your own set of gorgeous Hebrew Quest lessons at http://goo.gl/44I9AY or on the DVDs page at holylanguage.com!

Thank you Elizabeth for the gorgeous pics of your gorgeous Hebrew Quest lessons that just arrived! We are so excited for you.  Send us your pics at contact at holylanguage dot com and we'll share them with the tribe too, and get your own set of gorgeous Hebrew Quest lessons at http://goo.gl/44I9AY or on the DVDs page at holylanguage.com!

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  • @jstrongtree (28 dni)
    @holylanguage I'm really interested in learning Hebrew. I'm a follower who's getting serious about abiding in Jesus and I'm taking online bible courses currently too. I think learning this awesome language would be awesome can u give me more info on the courses?
     
  • @havilahsteinman (18 dni)
    My one regret is not learning Hebrew!! I can barely speak Spanish though so who knows if it's even possible 🙈
     
 

2015-03-23 19:34:14

FREE Hipster Hebrew Course TONIGHT! Izzy here. I have some exciting news. As of this evening, Elihana's going to be teaching through the Basic Hebrew Course first published by the Foreign Service Institute in 1965 - and the first three lessons are free and open to everyone! This is a course on modern conversational Hebrew with a focus on learning phrases and sentences by hearing and repeating them, rather than learning individual words by reading them. Something I love about this course is that it's slightly older modern Hebrew, like the kind your grandparents would speak. Like, hipster Hebrew. Join us tonight at 9EST/6PST here http://goo.gl/Miu5KZ (or by going to holylanguage.com, clicking LEARN, and then clicking LIVE CLASSES) and download the manual here http://goo.gl/7mvoHw Tell your friends! See you tonight!

FREE Hipster Hebrew Course TONIGHT!  Izzy here. I have some exciting news. As of this evening, Elihana's going to be teaching through the Basic Hebrew Course first published by the Foreign Service Institute in 1965 - and the first three lessons are free and open to everyone!  This is a course on modern conversational Hebrew with a focus on learning phrases and sentences by hearing and repeating them, rather than learning individual words by reading them. Something I love about this course is that it's slightly older modern Hebrew, like the kind your grandparents would speak. Like, hipster Hebrew.  Join us tonight at 9EST/6PST here http://goo.gl/Miu5KZ (or by going to holylanguage.com, clicking LEARN, and then clicking LIVE CLASSES) and download the manual here http://goo.gl/7mvoHw  Tell your friends! See you tonight!

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2015-03-16 18:26:06

We have some great news - and we need your feedback on something! The great news is that after a hiatus for the last couple months travelling and ministering internationally, Elihana is resuming her live modern Hebrew Monday classes, and you can join her right here: http://goo.gl/FJSx5m And here's the feedback we need from you - what would you like Elihana to teach on? Here are four options. Please write the number you'd most like to see in the comments. Feel free to include any other ideas or suggestions you may have. These classes are for you, so we want to hear from you! 1. Carry on with what she's taught so far 2. FSI's modern Hebrew course (see textbook here http://goo.gl/K6AhRR) 3. Joseph Williams' Hebrew course (see more here http://goo.gl/UENFuq) 4. Worship songs in modern Hebrew

We have some great news - and we need your feedback on something!  The great news is that after a hiatus for the last couple months travelling and ministering internationally, Elihana is resuming her live modern Hebrew Monday classes, and you can join her right here: http://goo.gl/FJSx5m  And here's the feedback we need from you - what would you like Elihana to teach on? Here are four options. Please write the number you'd most like to see in the comments. Feel free to include any other ideas or suggestions you may have. These classes are for you, so we want to hear from you!  1. Carry on with what she's taught so far 2. FSI's modern Hebrew course (see textbook here http://goo.gl/K6AhRR) 3. Joseph Williams' Hebrew course (see more here http://goo.gl/UENFuq) 4. Worship songs in modern Hebrew

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  • @evansiapapa (37 dni)
    Do u hv a watsapp line if possible let me hv it pls @holylanguage 0233 244869664
     
  • @evansiapapa (37 dni)
    Also i want to know the real Name of God our creater @holylanguage
     
  • @beardi_ful_man03 (37 dni)
    To God belongs the best names & By far the greatest name is Allah .... for starters the word doesn't have an image, no gender, it's unique, singular & cannot be plural @evansiapapa
     
  • @jaxsdamax (35 dni)
    Yahweh @evansiapapa 😊💙
     
  • @nebeeseer (35 dni)
    יפה שלי🌹yeshua ha meshiach
     
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2015-03-04 21:27:23

Congratulations to Izzy on the birth of his second daughter! Here's his announcement of her name. It's a great Hebrew lesson in and of itself! "Our daughter's name is Nava. Nava rhymes with guava. Genevieve was going to tell people it rhymes with lava, until I pointed out that in Canada we say "lava" like it rhymes with "have a" so that only works in the States haha. Anyway. Nava is a Hebrew word for lovely. It's used several times in the Song of Songs, most notably in 6:4 where the lover says "You are as beautiful as Tirzah, as lovely as Jerusalem!" As you can see in the picture, Tirzah and Nava are sitting right next to each other in the text. I'm a wordsmith and I have a love affair with words so I'll tell you a little more about this word. Generally speaking, loveliness or beauty are abstract concepts. But Hebrew is a concrete language. And, sure enough, in Hebrew there is a concrete meaning for this word. Nava literally means "home". In other places in Scripture it's translated as dwelling, abode, sheepfold, pasture, and pleasant meadow. What's ironic about this is that in English we have the exact opposite nuance. If we say someone is homely, it means the person isn't particularly beautiful. But if we say someone is nava or homely in Hebrew, we're saying they're gorgeous. Because what could be more attractive than home? For instance, in Psalm 69 where it says "she who remains at home will divide the plunder", the phrase for "she who remains at home" is "navat bayit". This is also the word translated pastures in the famous line from Psalm 23, "he makes me to lie down in green pastures." Which was neat because after the birth I poured a glass and read some Psalms with the family, and the first I felt like reading was Psalm 23. Another notable usage of this word is in Psalm 33 where it says "nava tehila la'yisharim", "praise is becoming to the upright." I rememb..." The whole announcement doesn't fit here! You can read the rest on Izzy Avraham's Facebook.

Congratulations to Izzy on the birth of his second daughter! Here's his announcement of her name. It's a great Hebrew lesson in and of itself! "Our daughter's name is Nava. 
Nava rhymes with guava. Genevieve was going to tell people it rhymes with lava, until I pointed out that in Canada we say "lava" like it rhymes with "have a" so that only works in the States haha. Anyway. Nava is a Hebrew word for lovely. It's used several times in the Song of Songs, most notably in 6:4 where the lover says "You are as beautiful as Tirzah, as lovely as Jerusalem!" As you can see in the picture, Tirzah and Nava are sitting right next to each other in the text.

I'm a wordsmith and I have a love affair with words so I'll tell you a little more about this word. Generally speaking, loveliness or beauty are abstract concepts. But Hebrew is a concrete language. And, sure enough, in Hebrew there is a concrete meaning for this word. Nava literally means "home". In other places in Scripture it's translated as dwelling, abode, sheepfold, pasture, and pleasant meadow. What's ironic about this is that in English we have the exact opposite nuance. If we say someone is homely, it means the person isn't particularly beautiful. But if we say someone is nava or homely in Hebrew, we're saying they're gorgeous. Because what could be more attractive than home? For instance, in Psalm 69 where it says "she who remains at home will divide the plunder", the phrase for "she who remains at home" is "navat bayit". This is also the word translated pastures in the famous line from Psalm 23, "he makes me to lie down in green pastures." Which was neat because after the birth I poured a glass and read some Psalms with the family, and the first I felt like reading was Psalm 23. Another notable usage of this word is in Psalm 33 where it says "nava tehila la'yisharim", "praise is becoming to the upright." I rememb..." The whole announcement doesn't fit here! You can read the rest on Izzy Avraham's Facebook.

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  • Thank you so much. I have always had great interest in learning some Hebrew in order to understand more of the Word!!!!! <><
     
  • Oh I love this, beautiful name/meaning and encouragement also as a homemaker to make it a beautiful dwelling place with an ambience of warmth and physical beauty to the best of my ability and the value of home making. A reflection of our home with Yeshua in the millenium ☺️
     
  • @sherridoncottage (28 dni)
    @holylanguage Congratulations Izzy! Many many blessings to you & your family!
     
  • @goodattacks (26 dni)
    Be soooo.... very blessed... sweetheart NAVA... 😗
     
  • @dazzlings (24 dni)
    Mazel tov!
     
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2015-02-16 17:11:51

FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE+ INTRO David is a member of the Holy Language tribe, following Yeshua and learning Hebrew! Here's some of his story. My name is David Michael, and my Dad was an evangelist, teacher, and missionary who ministered on four continents for 64 years of ministry, leading many thousands of people to salvation, and ministering to people groups ranging from Native Americans to Australian Aboriginal groups, people in Africa, Central America, Europe, and beyond. In my childhood, we traveled with Dad, living in a very small travel trailer, holding meetings in churches all throughout the USA and western Canada, and I received my schooling during many of these years by means of correspondence course. Our home was marked both by glorious, supernatural events, and by hours of studious reading and memorization in the Word. I learned the Greek alphabet at age twelve (at Dad's insistence) and then when I was fifteen, he began teaching us the Hebrew alphabet. (Years later, I got my degree in Biblical Literature from Azusa Pacific University; I had hoped to have a Hebrew major or minor, but they only offered Hebrew as a part of a major in Biblical Literature). Speaking personally about the way in which matters concerning Israel came about: The call to intercede for Israel, pray for Israel, teach on the necessity of RIGHTLY being aligned with Israel, and even more importantly, the necessity to rightly align with the HEART of GOD and with His Purposes concerning Israel, came when I was 19 years old, and in my freshman year at a University in the Midwest, and I was contemplating participating in a study program that was coming up in the summer between my freshman and sophomore years... Read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holylanguage.com! #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

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INTRO David is a member of the Holy Language tribe, following Yeshua and learning Hebrew! Here's some of his story. 
My name is David Michael, and my Dad was an evangelist, teacher, and missionary who ministered on four continents for 64 years of ministry, leading many thousands of people to salvation, and ministering to people groups ranging from Native Americans to Australian Aboriginal groups, people in Africa, Central America, Europe, and beyond. In my childhood, we traveled with Dad, living in a very small travel trailer, holding meetings in churches all throughout the USA and western Canada, and I received my schooling during many of these years by means of correspondence course.  Our home was marked both by glorious, supernatural events, and by hours of studious reading and memorization in the Word.  I learned the Greek alphabet at age twelve (at Dad's insistence) and then when I was fifteen, he began teaching us the Hebrew alphabet. (Years later, I got my degree in Biblical Literature from Azusa Pacific University; I had hoped to have a Hebrew major or minor, but they only offered Hebrew as a part of a major in Biblical Literature). Speaking personally about the way in which matters concerning Israel came about:  The call to intercede for Israel, pray for Israel, teach on the necessity of RIGHTLY being aligned with Israel, and even more importantly, the necessity to rightly align with the HEART of GOD and with His Purposes concerning Israel, came when I was 19 years old, and in my freshman year at a University in the Midwest, and I was contemplating participating in a study program that was coming up in the summer between my freshman and sophomore years... Read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holylanguage.com! 
#holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

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  • @adeystips (82 dni)
    @holylanguage I am in Eretz Israel for ulpan :) So much to learn! I love Hebrew!
     
  • @isinagoga (64 dni)
    Shouts of joy! ( שָׁר shar Sing ) to ( האשם Hashem The Lord ) 12 ( שָׁר shar Sing ) to ( האשם Hashem The Lord ) Who dwells in Zion, proclaim His deeds among the peoples. ( תְּהִלִּים t'hiliym Psalms ) 9: 5 Make music for ( האשם Hashem The Lord ), for He has acted with grandeur, make this known throughout the world. (יְשַׁעְיָהוּ y'sha'yahu Isaiah ) 12: 23 ( שָׁר שָׂמֵחַ שיר shar samah' shiyr Sing glad song ), O ( שמים shamayim heavens ), for ( האשם Hashem The Lord ) has done ( הִשְׁתָּאוּת hish'taut wonders ); shout for joy, O foundations of the earth; break out with glad song, O mountains, O forest and all its tress; for ( האשם Hashem The Lord ) has redeemed ( יַעֲקֹב yaakֹv Jacob, and He will glorify Himself through (יִשְׂרָאֵל yis’rael Israel). (יְשַׁעְיָהוּ y'sha'yahu Isaiah ) 44: ( שָׁר shar Sing ) to ( האשם Hashem The Lord ) a new song for He has done wonders; His own right hand and holy arm have helped Him. ( תְּהִלִּים t'hiliym Psalms ) 98: ( בנימין bin’yamiyn benjamin ) = Son of the right hand (ישוע yeshuah Jesus) N'si B'nei Ye?hoo?da (Prince of the Men of Judah) iTunes - Music - N'si B'nei Ye•hoo•da (Prince of the Men of …
     
 

2015-01-22 17:12:35

Genevieve is following Yeshua in the Hebrew way! She also serves the Holy Language tribe by doing the accounting for Holy Language Institute. Here's her story. I grew up in a wonderful family following Yeshua and attending a conventional Sunday church up until high school. I have been blessed to grow in my relationship with Yeshua from an early age until my family's pathway following Messiah took a change of course into the depths of the Hebraic roots of our faith. Around the time of the Y2K "end of the world" scare my family was a part of a Bible Study that began introducing us to the Hebraic roots of our faith and the Jewish context of Scripture. We learned and read where Scripture states that the law will be written on our hearts (Ezek. 37) and the appointed times of The LORD will be celebrated in the Messianic Era. We realized that if we will be observing these ordinances in the days to come we would do well to begin practicing them at present. We began our journey doing Torah by keeping a Passover Seder, then we began resting on Friday evening, Erev Shabbat, and then my Father totally switched to keeping Shabbat instead of Sunday for resting and so did the rest of our family. So we proceeded on from there by The Holy Spirit's gentle guidance as we have taken on more of Yeshua's yoke. It has been a truly restful and freeing journey for my soul, and the aspect of learning Hebrew along this path has been a pure joy for my heart. I have always been fascinated with words and communication, and being able to express thoughts and ideas using different words and utilizing different languages. I originally came in contact with Hebrew through a sweet Jewish neighbour. The first word I learned from her was "Shalom." As we kept Shabbat and began learning some Hebrew prayers the desire in me to learn Hebrew more fluently became so strong that when I had the opportunity to take Hebrew in university I went for it! I have taken one year of Biblical Hebrew and one year of Modern Hebrew. That gave me the strong foundation to read The Torah in Hebrew and keep learning from there.... Read the rest on the stories page of holylanguageinstitute.com

Genevieve is following Yeshua in the Hebrew way! She also serves the Holy Language tribe by doing the accounting for Holy Language Institute. Here's her story. 
I grew up in a wonderful family following Yeshua and attending a conventional Sunday church up until high school.  I have been blessed to grow in my relationship with Yeshua from an early age until my family's pathway following Messiah took a change of course into the depths of the Hebraic roots of our faith. 
Around the time of the Y2K "end of the world" scare my family was a part of a Bible Study that began introducing us to the Hebraic roots of our faith and the Jewish context of Scripture.  We learned and read where Scripture states that the law will be written on our hearts (Ezek. 37) and the appointed times of The LORD will be celebrated in the Messianic Era. We realized that if we will be observing these ordinances in the days to come we would do well to begin practicing them at present. 
We began our journey doing Torah by keeping a Passover Seder, then we began resting on Friday evening, Erev Shabbat, and then my Father totally switched to keeping Shabbat instead of Sunday for resting and so did the rest of our family.  So we proceeded on from there by The Holy Spirit's gentle guidance as we have taken on more of Yeshua's yoke.  It has been a truly restful and freeing journey for my soul, and the aspect of learning Hebrew along this path has been a pure joy for my heart.

I have always been fascinated with words and communication, and being able to express thoughts and ideas using different words and utilizing different languages.  I originally came in contact with Hebrew through a sweet Jewish neighbour.  The first word I learned from her was "Shalom." As we kept Shabbat and began learning some Hebrew prayers the desire in me to learn Hebrew more fluently became so strong that when I had the opportunity to take Hebrew in university I went for it!  I have taken one year of Biblical Hebrew and one year of Modern Hebrew.  That gave me the strong foundation to read The Torah in Hebrew and keep learning from there.... Read the rest on the stories page of holylanguageinstitute.com

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2015-01-20 23:27:19

Seth Godin wrote a book called "Tribes" that was incredibly influential in my life. It's why I look at all of us Holy Language people all around the world as a tribe. Seth recently wrote a short article that I thought was worth the read. I'll share it in its entirety here and then tell you how I see it applying to us. "I can't think of a single time that an individual or an organization has created a brand-new worldview, spread it and then led that tribe. There were Harley-type renegades before there was Harley Davidson. There were digital nomads before there was Apple. There were pop music fans before there were the Beatles and Rastafarians before Marley. Without a doubt, a new technology creates new experiences. But the early adopters who gravitate to it were early adopters before we got there. Our job is to find the disconnected and connect them, to find people eager to pursue a goal and give them the structure to go achieve that goal. But just about always, we start with an already existing worldview, a point of view, a hunger that's waiting to be satisfied." That last paragraph is the kicker. That's what Holy Language Institute is all about. That's my life's calling. I'm here to find those people all around the world who are following Yeshua in a Hebrew way, and help guide them on that journey. Because it's a journey I'm on too - and I am passionate about it! I'm looking for the people who are hungry to know Yeshua in a deeper way, to see him in his original Hebrew context. Because I've been hungry too - I still am! - and the experiences and vision that Yeshua has freely given me of himself, I want to give to you. That's what the Holy Language website and social media presence is, a structure through which to share that guidance and experience with you. And then give you the chance to find each other, and talk, and become a tribe that is so much bigger and more exciting than what you and I would be on our own. Join us at holylanguage.com

Seth Godin wrote a book called "Tribes" that was incredibly influential in my life. It's why I look at all of us Holy Language people all around the world as a tribe. 
Seth recently wrote a short article that I thought was worth the read. I'll share it in its entirety here and then tell you how I see it applying to us. "I can't think of a single time that an individual or an organization has created a brand-new worldview, spread it and then led that tribe.

There were Harley-type renegades before there was Harley Davidson. There were digital nomads before there was Apple. There were pop music fans before there were the Beatles and Rastafarians before Marley.

Without a doubt, a new technology creates new experiences. But the early adopters who gravitate to it were early adopters before we got there.

Our job is to find the disconnected and connect them, to find people eager to pursue a goal and give them the structure to go achieve that goal. But just about always, we start with an already existing worldview, a point of view, a hunger that's waiting to be satisfied." That last paragraph is the kicker. That's what Holy Language Institute is all about. That's my life's calling. I'm here to find those people all around the world who are following Yeshua in a Hebrew way, and help guide them on that journey. Because it's a journey I'm on too - and I am passionate about it! I'm looking for the people who are hungry to know Yeshua in a deeper way, to see him in his original Hebrew context. Because I've been hungry too - I still am! - and the experiences and vision that Yeshua has freely given me of himself, I want to give to you. That's what the Holy Language website and social media presence is, a structure through which to share that guidance and experience with you. And then give you the chance to find each other, and talk, and become a tribe that is so much bigger and more exciting than what you and I would be on our own. 
Join us at holylanguage.com

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Anneri, a member of the Holy Language tribe who lives in South Africa, recently created a stunning set of visual notes to accompany the Hebrew letters section of Hebrew Quest. See them for yourself here: http://goo.gl/6Ss5q1 And feel free to share them around, too! Anneri also started a Hebrew study group. Here's their story: Truth and grace...that’s what its about. Here in South Africa our Afrikaners would say "waarheid en genade." These words of advise from my earthly Dad stuck in my head after going to a difficult time in my life. He passed away in 2011. Since that time I came to learn the Hebrew emet vechesed and how much richer the meaning of these words are in the lashon hakodesh! I have no special testimony but something touches my heart when I hear the language and see the letters. It just calls for further investigation. My subscription to Holy Language Institute, that gives me access to many other teachings & info, is something I treasure. On this quest, I got a fresh glimpse to the awesomeness of YHVH and the way He communicate to us through His written word. My journey will continue. Why drink downstream if the water at the top is sweet and pure? It's without hesitation that I will recommend studying Hebrew and thereby getting closer to truth... true Truth. This is the language of my Saviour, Yeshua HaMashiach. The Hebrew Quest is an excellent tool to start learning as individual/group. It was actually surprising to see how easy it is to find like minded people to form a study group with. There is a stronger movement of people returning to the Hebrew roots of our faith than many realize; people who recognize lies in some churches and wrong traditions we followed. Over the last couple of months we came together on a weekly basis to study Hebrew and issues of Torah. We covered the aleph-bet DVD's of the Hebrew quest. What an awesome journey. The depth of the Lashon Hakodesh, with treasures to be found even in the structure of the letters, is just amazing. Thanks, Izzy, for sharing some of this with us

Anneri, a member of the Holy Language tribe who lives in South Africa, recently created a stunning set of visual notes to accompany the Hebrew letters section of Hebrew Quest. See them for yourself here: http://goo.gl/6Ss5q1 
And feel free to share them around, too!

Anneri also started a Hebrew study group. Here's their story:

Truth and grace...that’s what its about. Here in South Africa our Afrikaners would say "waarheid en genade." These words of advise from my earthly Dad stuck in my head after going to a difficult time in my life. He passed away in 2011. Since that time I came to learn the Hebrew emet vechesed and how much richer the meaning of these words are in the lashon hakodesh!
I have no special testimony but something touches my heart when I hear the language and see the letters. It just calls for further investigation. My subscription to Holy Language Institute, that gives me access to many other teachings & info, is something I treasure. On this quest, I got a fresh glimpse to the awesomeness of YHVH and the way He communicate to us through His written word. My journey will continue. Why drink downstream if the water at the top is sweet and pure? It's without hesitation that I will recommend studying Hebrew and thereby getting closer to truth... true Truth. This is the language of my Saviour, Yeshua HaMashiach.

The Hebrew Quest is an excellent tool to start learning as individual/group. It was actually surprising to see how easy it is to find like minded people to form a study group with. There is a stronger movement of people returning to the Hebrew roots of our faith than many realize; people who recognize lies in some churches and wrong traditions we followed.
Over the last couple of months we came together on a weekly basis to study Hebrew and issues of Torah. We covered the aleph-bet DVD's of the Hebrew quest. What an awesome journey. The depth of the Lashon Hakodesh, with treasures to be found even in the structure of the letters, is just amazing. Thanks, Izzy, for sharing some of this with us

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2015-01-15 04:09:16

And hats off to Robert with Melek Design for the meme! Send us your Hebrew memes at [email protected] and we'll share yours too. #holylanguage #hebrew #israel #bible #messianic #jewish #christian #meme #funny

And hats off to Robert with Melek Design for the meme! Send us your Hebrew memes at meme@holylanguage.com and we'll share yours too. 
#holylanguage #hebrew #israel #bible #messianic #jewish #christian #meme #funny

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2015-01-13 20:16:11

Clear is following Yeshua and learning Hebrew - he also recently recorded his first Hebrew/English album, based on Psalm 119! Here's his story, with links to listen to his album for free. Shalom Holy Language tribe! Are you ready for a personal story filled with adventure, intrigue and mystery? Well you will have to look somewhere else, sorry. My story, so far, can be summed up in four words, “from pain, to peace”. Growing up as a typical white kid in the US, I heard about Jesus all the time. I even asked him into my heart when I was only 5. However, it would take over 35 years of toil-filled existence before I would traverse the chasm of knowing about the existence of Jesus (on one end), to wholeheartedly desiring to know and “follow” Y’shua (on the other). I will not bore or depress you with my many trials and tribulations, but I will summarize by stating that I am able to empathize with many people, in many tragedies of life. However, to this very day, I doubt that you could find even one person who has ever known me, that would say that I am or was, an angry or bitter person; but they would be wrong. Up until early 2012, on the inside (the place where only my Elohim could see) I was raging with anger and bitterness. Life had not been fair and it was all God’s fault! I would later realize that “my ways were not His ways”. Through a series of very humiliating events, I was driven to make my final choice, His way or my way; no more fence sitting and no more “fake it ‘til you make it”. I chose His way and in the Father’s magnificent love and mercy He opened my eyes to Y’shua “Aleph-Tav Torah-ti” (My Torah). Then I realized that I was 100% right, “Life was not fair and it was all God’s fault” and 100% wrong, because it was not unfair in a bad way. In fact, it was because of His great love for me, that life was so... Read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holylanguage.com! #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

Clear is following Yeshua and learning Hebrew - he also recently recorded his first Hebrew/English album, based on Psalm 119! Here's his story, with links to listen to his album for free. 
Shalom Holy Language tribe! Are you ready for a personal story filled with adventure, intrigue and mystery?  Well you will have to look somewhere else, sorry.  My story, so far, can be summed up in four words, “from pain, to peace”. Growing up as a typical white kid in the US, I heard about Jesus all the time.  I even asked him into my heart when I was only 5.  However, it would take over 35 years of toil-filled existence before I would traverse the chasm of knowing about the existence of Jesus (on one end), to wholeheartedly desiring to know and “follow” Y’shua (on the other). I will not bore or depress you with my many trials and tribulations, but I will summarize by stating that I am able to empathize with many people, in many tragedies of life.  However, to this very day, I doubt that you could find even one person who has ever known me, that would say that I am or was, an angry or bitter person; but they would be wrong.  Up until early 2012, on the inside (the place where only my Elohim could see) I was raging with anger and bitterness.  Life had not been fair and it was all God’s fault!  I would later realize that “my ways were not His ways”. Through a series of very humiliating events, I was driven to make my final choice, His way or my way; no more fence sitting and no more “fake it ‘til you make it”. I chose His way and in the Father’s magnificent love and mercy He opened my eyes to Y’shua “Aleph-Tav Torah-ti” (My Torah). Then I realized that I was 100% right, “Life was not fair and it was all God’s fault” and 100% wrong, because it was not unfair in a bad way. In fact, it was because of His great love for me, that life was so...
Read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holylanguage.com! 
#holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

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2015-01-09 22:01:16

Maria is a member of the Holy Language tribe, following Yeshua and learning Hebrew! Here's her story. I came to know some Hebrew words through a messianic group called Jews for Jesus. I receive a newsletter from them and years ago I bought a cd of messianic music. I heard the words Y'shua Hamashiach for the first time and I fell in love with Hebrew. Another reason I desire to learn is this: l was born in Argentina, in the province of endoza, in the middle west of Argentina. My mom was adopted by an Italian lady. She was told her biological family was Jewish, but we never knew anything about them. Anyway, my mom taught us respect and love towards Jewish people and I wonder whether I could have Jewish blood. If it comes true, it would make me very proud and happy. At the moment I can't afford a DNA test to find out. Whatever the case, we share the Beautiful ashiach. The reasons why I want to learn Hebrew are as follows: I love the language, the pronunciation, I mean every time you hear a word there is something special. Sorry for any grammatical mistakes, but my first language is Spanish. You have a story too, and the tribe would love to hear it! Will you tell it? www.holylanguage.com/story.html 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 #church #religion

Maria is a member of the Holy Language tribe, following Yeshua and learning Hebrew! Here's her story. 
I came to know some Hebrew words through a messianic group called Jews for Jesus. I receive a 
newsletter from them and years ago I bought a  cd of messianic music. I heard the words Y'shua 
Hamashiach for the first time and I fell in love with Hebrew. Another reason I desire to learn is 
this: l was born in Argentina, in the province of endoza, in the middle west of Argentina. My 
mom was adopted by an Italian lady. She was told her biological family was Jewish, but we 
never knew anything about them. Anyway, my mom taught us respect and love towards Jewish 
people and I wonder whether I could have Jewish blood. If it comes true, it would make me 
very proud and happy. At the moment I can't afford a DNA test to find out. Whatever the case, 
we share the Beautiful ashiach. The reasons why I want to learn Hebrew are as follows: I love 
the language, the pronunciation, I mean every time you hear a word there is something special. 
Sorry for any grammatical mistakes, but my first language is Spanish. 
You have a story too, and the tribe would love to hear it! Will you tell it? 
www.holylanguage.com/story.html 
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 #church #religion

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And hats off to Robert with Melek Design for the meme! Send us your Hebrew memes at [email protected] and we'll share yours too.

And hats off to Robert with Melek Design for the meme! Send us your Hebrew memes at meme@holylanguage.com and we'll share yours too.

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2015-01-03 22:00:53

Harvard Business Review's December 2014 issue features an article entitled "Understanding New Power". WAIT! WAIT! Before you get thrown off by words like "Harvard" and "Business", listen for a second. Power in this article is defined as "the ability to produce intended effects." In other words, the abililty to change the world around you into what you desire it to be. Trust me on this, if you want to change the world for Messiah, you'll find this incredibly useful. Keep reading! I'll keep this short. Just give you the pictures from the article and share with you how I see this applying to us. And if you want to read the whole article, you can do so here http://goo.gl/v9kAgW. The top graph is a visual of new power dynamics. As you can see, old power essentially runs on consumption, and new power runs on participation. Here are some things I'm doing to empower the Holy Language tribe - which you are a part of to some degree or you wouldn't be reading this! - in new power ways. Read these with your brain in high gear because I want your feedback and ideas on how we - like, you, me, and the tribe - can take this and run with it. SHARING. Have you noticed that everything we communicate is shareable? That's not an accident. Emails, social media posts, YouTube videos - we try to give you everything that Yeshua is giving us in formats that you can share with your world. Because you are powerful. SHAPING. Did you see Pablo Modernell's Spanish videos here http://goo.gl/ytmhR5, or Anneri Marais' study notes here http://goo.gl/EZkPSG? Pablo and Anneri are a couple wonderful examples of members of the Holy Language tribe who are taking what they're learning and reshaping it in their own creative ways into new languages and formats. We've been more than happy to add their creations to the website and share them with...read the rest of this and join the discussion here http://goo.gl/wg9kLQ or by searching "holylanguage dotcom" on Facebook and looking for this pic!

Harvard Business Review's December 2014 issue features an article entitled "Understanding New Power". WAIT! WAIT! Before you get thrown off by words like "Harvard" and "Business", listen for a second. 
Power in this article is defined as "the ability to produce intended effects." In other words, the abililty to change the world around you into what you desire it to be. Trust me on this, if you want to change the world for Messiah, you'll find this incredibly useful. Keep reading!

I'll keep this short. Just give you the pictures from the article and share with you how I see this applying to us. And if you want to read the whole article, you can do so here http://goo.gl/v9kAgW.

The top graph is a visual of new power dynamics. As you can see, old power essentially runs on consumption, and new power runs on participation. Here are some things I'm doing to empower the Holy Language tribe - which you are a part of to some degree or you wouldn't be reading this! - in new power ways. Read these with your brain in high gear because I want your feedback and ideas on how we - like, you, me, and the tribe - can take this and run with it. 
SHARING. Have you noticed that everything we communicate is shareable? That's not an accident. Emails, social media posts, YouTube videos - we try to give you everything that Yeshua is giving us in formats that you can share with your world. Because you are powerful. 
SHAPING. Did you see Pablo Modernell's Spanish videos here http://goo.gl/ytmhR5, or Anneri Marais' study notes here http://goo.gl/EZkPSG? Pablo and Anneri are a couple wonderful examples of members of the Holy Language tribe who are taking what they're learning and reshaping it in their own creative ways into new languages and formats. We've been more than happy to add their creations to the website and share them with...read the rest of this and join the discussion here http://goo.gl/wg9kLQ or by searching "holylanguage dotcom" on Facebook and looking for this pic!

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2014-12-31 20:37:11

Melanie is a member of the Holy Language tribe, following Yeshua and learning Hebrew! We have shared her story before, but now we are sharing her SUCCESS story! "I just this minute finished reading every word of the Torah in Hebrew. Izzy asked me to let you all know when my goal was accomplished, so here I am! This eleven-month journey has taken me from painfully sounding out each letter of Genesis 1:1 with a magnifying glass to help me differentiate the letters, to reading Deuteronomy 34:12 today fairly fluidly and understanding every word of that verse. No more magnifying glass now; in fact I know more and more words by sight as a whole without having to sound them out. Genesis was a great place to start, because the stories dragged me through the agony of my incompetency with Hebrew. The middle books were tougher, with many words that I didn't know (pertaining to temple services), and then Deuteronomy was a treat at the end. When I got back to the story-like narrative of it (similar to Genesis, in the ease of reading), I was home free—able to read less haltingly and understand many more words. It was like a reward for struggling through the middle books! I have a long way to go, and much more to learn, but I feel so grateful to the Heavenly Father to have been able to read the exact same text that Yeshua likely did in His life on earth. It was so rewarding to see little details that translators left out, and as a result to have a fuller understanding of what the Word actually means. Thanks to Izzy's brother and sister-in- law, David and Hannah for the motivation to do this! If you, too, have a goal to read some of the Scriptures in Hebrew, be encouraged. You may not see any progress for weeks or even months, but if you stick at it a little every single day (that's the key)... " Read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holylanguage.com! #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

Melanie is a member of the Holy Language tribe, following Yeshua and learning Hebrew! We 
have shared her story before, but now we are sharing her SUCCESS story! "I just this minute finished reading every word of the Torah in Hebrew. Izzy asked me to let you 
all know when my goal was accomplished, so here I am! This eleven-month journey has taken 
me from painfully sounding out each letter of Genesis 1:1 with a magnifying glass to help me 
differentiate the letters, to reading Deuteronomy 34:12 today fairly fluidly and understanding 
every word of that verse. No more magnifying glass now; in fact I know more and more words 
by sight as a whole without having to sound them out. Genesis was a great place to start, 
because the stories dragged me through the agony of my incompetency with Hebrew. The 
middle books were tougher, with many words that I didn't know (pertaining to temple 
services), and then Deuteronomy was a treat at the end. When I got back to the story-like 
narrative of it (similar to Genesis, in the ease of reading), I was home free—able to read less 
haltingly and understand many more words. It was like a reward for struggling through the 
middle books! I have a long way to go, and much more to learn, but I feel so grateful to the 
Heavenly Father to have been able to read the exact same text that Yeshua likely did in His life 
on earth. It was so rewarding to see little details that translators left out, and as a result to have 
a fuller understanding of what the Word actually means. Thanks to Izzy's brother and sister-in-
law, David and Hannah for the motivation to do this! If you, too, have a goal to read some of 
the Scriptures in Hebrew, be encouraged. You may not see any progress for weeks or even 
months, but if you stick at it a little every single day (that's the key)... " 
Read the rest of this story on the Stories page at holylanguage.com! 
#holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

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2014-12-31 02:57:43

Sungwhan is following Yeshua and learning Hebrew! Here's his story. I am a korean pastor. I really want to teach my church members the bible correctly, so I decided to learn hebrew bible. Already I studied basic hebrew through youtube lecture. When I got the last class the teacher introduced your website. I am a part job pastor my other job is accountant. My goal is to teach christian bible correctly so that they can understand the word of God exactly and devote themselves for the kingdom of God. Sometimes when I have a time I used to go to mission trip. Attached picture is the one I took in Cambodia in June of this year. I hope to achieve my goal through your lecture. Thank you! God bless you! You have a story too, and the tribe would love to hear it! Will you tell it? www.holylanguage.com/story.html Get these stories in your inbox! www.holylanguage.com/news.php #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus

Sungwhan is following Yeshua and learning Hebrew! Here's his story. 
I am a korean pastor.
I really want to teach my church members the bible correctly,
so I decided to learn hebrew bible.
Already I studied basic hebrew through youtube lecture.
When I got the last class the teacher introduced your website.
I am a part job pastor my other job is accountant.
My goal is to teach christian bible correctly so that they can understand the word of God exactly and devote themselves for the kingdom of God.
Sometimes when I have a time I used to go to mission trip.
Attached picture is the one I took in Cambodia in June of this year.
I hope to achieve my goal through your lecture.
Thank you!
God bless you!

You have a story too, and the tribe would love to hear it! Will you tell it? www.holylanguage.com/story.html

Get these stories in your inbox! www.holylanguage.com/news.php

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

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2014-12-28 05:04:08

Izzy here. I feel bad that it's been so long since I've been able to produce any new Hebrew Chapters or Hebrew Sketches episodes. I'm really sorry! This last year has been quite disruptive for us. At the end of August we moved from our home in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan where we'd lived for the last three years and transitioned to living somewhat more nomadically in our trailer. We spent September and October parked on my Mom's driveway wrapping up moving details and getting settled into our new home. Then in November we drove down to Albuquerque, where we're spending the winter. Now we're finally all settled in and getting into a normal routine. So here's the good news. I build a mobile studio of foldable panels that only takes a couple hours to take down and set up and that we can haul on a trailer behind our van. And this last week I finally finished it - including the lighting and sound insulation inside - and was able to film a couple Hebrew Chapters episodes! All that to say, I'm hoping to be producing new videos for your enjoyment on a more regular basis now. Thank you for your patience with this process. And to our subscribers - thank you for your ongoing support. You're the ones financially powering Holy Language Institute. I can't say how much I appreciate you. I hope you enjoy this picture tour!

Izzy here. I feel bad that it's been so long since I've been able to produce any new Hebrew Chapters or Hebrew Sketches episodes. I'm really sorry!  This last year has been quite disruptive for us. At the end of August we moved from our home in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan where we'd lived for the last three years and transitioned to living somewhat more nomadically in our trailer. We spent September and October parked on my Mom's driveway wrapping up moving details and getting settled into our new home. Then in November we drove down to Albuquerque, where we're spending the winter. Now we're finally all settled in and getting into a normal routine.  So here's the good news. I build a mobile studio of foldable panels that only takes a couple hours to take down and set up and that we can haul on a trailer behind our van. And this last week I finally finished it - including the lighting and sound insulation inside - and was able to film a couple Hebrew Chapters episodes!  All that to say, I'm hoping to be producing new videos for your enjoyment on a more regular basis now. Thank you for your patience with this process. And to our subscribers - thank you for your ongoing support. You're the ones financially powering Holy Language Institute. I can't say how much I appreciate you.  I hope you enjoy this picture tour!

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  • @mamaofcrazies (117 dni)
    Hi Izzy, Julia Rivera here. I wanted to let you know that if you and your family need anything at all please do not hesitate to tell us. We are here in Albuquerque as well. Shalom:) ANYTHING!!!
     
  • @simplysaidtracey (117 dni)
    Sounds like a REAL MAMA, ^^^, I am in CA, if you need a place for a visit, shalom 🎶🎶🎶
     
 

2014-12-24 18:56:07

Tag your friends in the comments to this pic to wish them a happy last day of Harmonukkah!

Tag your friends in the comments to this pic to wish them a happy last day of Harmonukkah!

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    Holy Blow
     
  • @leandraolesky (117 dni)
    @nikkistern ... gav?
     
  • @his_barefoot_woman (117 dni)
    @barefoot_bassist !!! A harmonica hanukkiah. Mind is blown.
     
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    @d34dpo01
     
  • @maria_derrik_smith (117 dni)
    I have your DVD set on learning Hebrew! Can I ask you a question why do you call the Messiah's name Jesus if you know that names don't change ? And I know that was never His name .
     
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2014-12-24 05:32:05

Izzy here. I was recently in Phoenix at the annual Messianic Jewish leadership roundtable, hosted by Rabbi Jonathan Bernis and Jewish Voice ministries. It was a significant time and there are several things I could share with you, but the highlight of the conference - and what I'm most excited to tell you about - was a conversation I had with Rabbi Itzhak "Tzahi" Shapira. I won't tell you Tzahi's story here because you can watch it for yourself here http://youtu.be/3ixAnmgVOUE. Tzahi did something controversial this summer - he spoke at a Hebrew Roots conference in Portland, Oregon called Love for Israel. That caught my attention because Messianic Jewish Rabbis don't generally speak at Hebrew Roots events. In fact, they can even have their credentials pulled for doing so. So I got on YouTube and watched the two impassioned talks he gave. You can watch them too here http://youtu.be/DNTY6bNAlqE and here http://youtu.be/bxNl29MeRZU. I personally think these two talks are a very anointed and prophetic message, and that every person in the Hebrew Roots movement should hear them! After watching Tzahi's talks, I felt I needed to contact him. And shortly after that, lo and behold there he was in Phoenix - grabbing my arm and pulling me aside and saying we needed to talk! The reason I'm telling you this is because Tzahi and I are in similar situations. We're Messianic Jews, and our home is the Messianic Jewish movement. But we believe God is calling us to build relationships with people in the Hebrew Roots world, so despite our reservations and disagreements with some things, we kind of live with our feet in two worlds and walk the fine line. I could tell you more, but for now I'll tell you that I sincerely believe that Tzahi's our man and I'm behind him 100%. We've agreed to be allies and work together as individuals and organizations, and - on a practical level - I hope you'll take a moment to check out his website, connect with him on social media, and sign up for emails from him here: www.ahavatammi.org

Izzy here. I was recently in Phoenix at the annual Messianic Jewish leadership roundtable, hosted by Rabbi Jonathan Bernis and Jewish Voice ministries. It was a significant time and there are several things I could share with you, but the highlight of the conference - and what I'm most excited to tell you about - was a conversation I had with Rabbi Itzhak "Tzahi" Shapira. I won't tell you Tzahi's story here because you can watch it for yourself here http://youtu.be/3ixAnmgVOUE.

Tzahi did something controversial this summer - he spoke at a Hebrew Roots conference in Portland, Oregon called Love for Israel. That caught my attention because Messianic Jewish Rabbis don't generally speak at Hebrew Roots events. In fact, they can even have their credentials pulled for doing so. So I got on YouTube and watched the two impassioned talks he gave. You can watch them too here http://youtu.be/DNTY6bNAlqE and here http://youtu.be/bxNl29MeRZU. I personally think these two talks are a very anointed and prophetic message, and that every person in the Hebrew Roots movement should hear them! 
After watching Tzahi's talks, I felt I needed to contact him. And shortly after that, lo and behold there he was in Phoenix - grabbing my arm and pulling me aside and saying we needed to talk!

The reason I'm telling you this is because Tzahi and I are in similar situations. We're Messianic Jews, and our home is the Messianic Jewish movement. But we believe God is calling us to build relationships with people in the Hebrew Roots world, so despite our reservations and disagreements with some things, we kind of live with our feet in two worlds and walk the fine line. 
I could tell you more, but for now I'll tell you that I sincerely believe that Tzahi's our man and I'm behind him 100%. We've agreed to be allies and work together as individuals and organizations, and - on a practical level - I hope you'll take a moment to check out his website, connect with him on social media, and sign up for emails from him here: www.ahavatammi.org

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2014-12-18 18:20:10

If you don't have a Messianic synagogue in your area, here's some good news. Holy Language Institute is partnering with a Messianic synagogue to bring you live weekly online services! We'll be starting Friday evenings 7:30 EST/4:30 PST, and Saturday mornings 11 EST/8PST. Experience it for yourself here: http://goo.gl/yZPKzw You can also find the Live Services page by going to holylanguage.com and clicking on 'Classroom'. Would you share this with anyone who might need it? Thank you! #messianic #torah #hebrew #israel #yeshua

If you don't have a Messianic synagogue in your area, here's some good news. Holy Language Institute is partnering with a Messianic synagogue to bring you live weekly online services!  We'll be starting Friday evenings 7:30 EST/4:30 PST, and Saturday mornings 11 EST/8PST.  Experience it for yourself here: http://goo.gl/yZPKzw You can also find the Live Services page by going to holylanguage.com and clicking on 'Classroom'. Would you share this with anyone who might need it? Thank you! #messianic #torah #hebrew #israel #yeshua

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2014-12-17 17:23:10

We're inviting you to embark on a journey - reading word by word through Psalms 120-134, the Psalms of Ascent, with Rabbi Derek Leman. These Psalms are the personal and national experiences of Israel in going up to Jerusalem. We will include in our discussion some of the history of Israel's worship, the practices at the Temple, and so on. Translation. Poetry. Hebrew Grammar. Prayer and worship. Join us for this journey, starting 8EST/5PST this Thursday night, here: http://goo.gl/BR1aWX or by going to holylanguage.com and going to the Live Classes page off the Classroom page.

We're inviting you to embark on a journey - reading word by word through Psalms 120-134, the Psalms of Ascent, with Rabbi Derek Leman.  These Psalms are the personal and national experiences of Israel in going up to Jerusalem.  We will include in our discussion some of the history of Israel's worship, the practices at the Temple, and so on. Translation. Poetry. Hebrew Grammar. Prayer and worship.  Join us for this journey, starting 8EST/5PST this Thursday night, here: http://goo.gl/BR1aWX or by going to holylanguage.com and going to the Live Classes page off the Classroom page.

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  • @bibleprophecy (22 dni)
    Great picture amen! Follow our page for updates on current world events through the eyes of the bible. We recommend videos and articles that teach you about bible prophecy.
     
  • @bibleprophecy (22 dni)
    God bless you!
     
 

2014-12-15 19:47:24

So here's your problem. You want to join the live Hebrew learning experiences that Elihana and Derek host on Mondays and Thursdays, but then you FORGET and miss it! And then you feel a little bit GUILTY, but you don't want to watch the archived lesson because it's just not the same. And then you don't feel like joining the next class because you're BEHIND! Your problem is over. Leave me your email here http://goo.gl/0fUk9q and on days when there's a live class I'll send you a reminder email - WITH a convenient link straight to the classroom page! Which reminds me - Rabbi Derek Leman is hosting a learning experience in the book of Ruth starting at 8EST/5PST this evening! Join him right here http://goo.gl/vdTIrD

So here's your problem. You want to join the live Hebrew learning experiences that Elihana and Derek host on Mondays and Thursdays, but then you FORGET and miss it! And then you feel a little bit GUILTY, but you don't want to watch the archived lesson because it's just not the same. And then you don't feel like joining the next class because you're BEHIND!  Your problem is over.  Leave me your email here http://goo.gl/0fUk9q and on days when there's a live class I'll send you a reminder email - WITH a convenient link straight to the classroom page!  Which reminds me - Rabbi Derek Leman is hosting a learning experience in the book of Ruth starting at 8EST/5PST this evening! Join him right here http://goo.gl/vdTIrD

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  • @marcelijahscott (137 dni)
    Lol
     
  • @simplysaidtracey (137 dni)
    I am learning the aleph bet on PFT, will join you soon I hope!
     
  • @houtan.19 (129 dni)
    Admin can u add me on viber group or whatsapp to speak and writing hebrew with hebrew people?
     
  • @houtan.19 (129 dni)
    אני אוהב עברית
     
 

2014-12-04 23:28:27

This card just showed up in the mail today from Daniel in Michigan. Thank you Daniel! Can you read the Hebrew he wrote on the bottom? :D

This card just showed up in the mail today from Daniel in Michigan. Thank you Daniel! Can you read the Hebrew he wrote on the bottom? :D

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2014-12-03 16:58:04

Our first SPANISH video series is out! In collaboration with Holy Language Institute, Pablo Modernell Bentancor - a member of the tribe in Uruguay - just created a series of short videos entitled "El Mesias en cada letra del alfabeto Hebreo" - "Messiah in the letters of the Hebrew alphabet", and you can watch them all for FREE! Watch them here http://goo.gl/2C5o4x or by going to holylanguage.com and clicking on the 'Espanol' link. You can also read Pablo's story and hear about his love for Yerba mate (it even makes it into his thirteenth video on the letter Mem lol) here: http://goo.gl/ZoLxA2 or by going to holylanguage.com and clicking on 'The Tribe' and then 'Stories' and you'll see a pic of Pablo there. Tell your Hispanic friends and enemies! #holylanguage #hebrew #bible #torah #messianic #israel #jew #christian #yeshua #jesus #spanish #espanol

Our first SPANISH video series is out! 
In collaboration with Holy Language Institute, Pablo Modernell Bentancor - a member of the tribe in Uruguay - just created a series of short videos entitled "El Mesias en cada letra del alfabeto Hebreo" - "Messiah in the letters of the Hebrew alphabet", and you can watch them all for FREE!

Watch them here http://goo.gl/2C5o4x or by going to holylanguage.com and clicking on the 'Espanol' link. 
You can also read Pablo's story and hear about his love for Yerba mate (it even makes it into his thirteenth video on the letter Mem lol) here: http://goo.gl/ZoLxA2 or by going to holylanguage.com and clicking on 'The Tribe' and then 'Stories' and you'll see a pic of Pablo there. 
Tell your Hispanic friends and enemies!

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

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2014-12-01 18:35:46

And hats off to Robert with Melek Design for the meme! Send us your Hebrew memes at [email protected] and we'll share yours too. #holylanguage #hebrew #israel #bible #messianic #jewish #christian #meme #funny

And hats off to Robert with Melek Design for the meme! Send us your Hebrew memes at meme@holylanguage.com and we'll 
share yours too. 
#holylanguage #hebrew #israel #bible #messianic #jewish #christian #meme #funny

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  • @porichard (165 dni)
    😃 BTW, thank you for keeping "the corners of your field un-harvested" for those of us who can't afford your series. Eventually I will sign-up and gladly pay. But, your approach to making your ministry available to the poor at no cost only convinced me more that your work is indeed inspired and led by Elohim. Thank you!
     
  • @babyseahorse (165 dni)
    @ddubsta that was me! Lol!
     
  • @kaseyhudak (165 dni)
    That's funny!
     
  • @virtuouschoice (163 dni)
    lol
     
  • @shyfaith25 (156 dni)
    Hi @holylanguage. Sabbath Shalom! Do u have school in Israel wherein we can take short hebrew courses?
     
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2014-11-06 16:35:48

Do you remember to pray whilst studying the Scriptures?

Do you remember to pray whilst studying the Scriptures?

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  • @remzicettin (173 dni)
    Perfect!
     
  • We just studied him!
     
  • @probablytracy (173 dni)
    Every time I read this I always think, and WHO was taking care of all them children while he studied Hebrew. Lol I had to wait until my kids were done homeschooling so I had some brain cells left to use. :) @holylanguage
     
  • @porichard (173 dni)
    What devotion!
     
  • @rolienharmse (172 dni)
    So awesome! Such inspiration! I have just started to learn Hebrew, can sing and write the alephbet (somehow that makes me feel like a kid again, at 41!) I will definitely do it from now on with much prayer!! Thanks xxx
     
 

2014-10-29 22:07:50

Shabbat shalom! Cheers to Robert Williams and www.melekdesign.com for the pic!

Shabbat shalom! Cheers to Robert Williams and www.melekdesign.com for the pic!

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2014-10-24 22:30:22

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