Gathering Manna: The Alephbet

Bet = 2nd letter of the Hebrew Alephbet, this letter can form 2 sounds, if there is a dot inside the Bet it will form the “B” sound and without the dot this letter will form the “V” sound. Bet Word Picture:  In paleo, the Bet was represented by a …

Chayei Sarah

“The Life of Sarah” חיי שרה Chayei Sarah – Genesis 23:1-25:18 Summary: This portion covers the death of Sarah and her burial.  Many details are provided which give us insight and understanding of how this is actually a shadow picture of the redemption plan of Yahweh!  Sarah is dies at …

Gathering Manna: The Alephbet

The Aleph: א Aleph  =  1st letter of the Hebrew Alephbet, a silent letter often transliterated with ‘ (apostrophe) Aleph Word Picture:  In paleo, the Aleph was represented by an ox  – it was symbolic of strength, power, and the leader or head.  It represents the husband, or strong man …

Eqev by D. Mathews

Deuteronomy 7:12–11:25. I.       The Hebrew student is immediately drawn to the title of this Parsha – עקב `eqeb, translated here as, ‘If [you follow]’ or ‘On [the heel of]’. It is the root of the Nations’ Name, part of its’ prophetic identity – Jacob, #3290, יעקב Ya`aqob, heel-holder or supplanter. …

Restoration of Prophecy by Manuel & Ada Chavarria

Restoration of the prophetic times   Prophecy in the light of Scripture seems to have finished when it is observed from any translation perspective. Having established the elements of interpretation on the basis of the language in which it was originally expressed, we realize that the misrepresentation continues to be a …

BeMidbar by D. Mathews

Numbers 1: 1 – 4:20. I.       This book’s title in English, ‘Numbers’, seems a contradiction to its’ Hebrew name, BeMidbar, simply because we’ve been taught to disassociate the two; numbers and letters. However, in Hebrew each letter is a number, their message is both consistent and therefore even more comprehensive! …

BeShalach by B. Scott

Beshalach, “When He Sent Away”, covers Exodus 13:17-17:16 during which Israel starts their exodus out of Egypt and their journey into the wilderness upon the completion of the 10 plagues.  The information that is given here is probably some of the most important details that we’ve been granted access to …

Basics of Hanukkah – B. Scott

The History: Hanukkah is an 8-day festival, beginning on the 25th of Kislev and it celebrates the victory of a small band of Jews led by a man named Judah Maccabee (hence the reason it’s often referred to as the Maccabean revolt) who defeated the Greeks attempting to oppress them. …

Secrets of the Alef-Bet

Secrets of the Alef-Bet! 2012. I. Our journey will not be exhaustive as the depths of the Language can’t be plumbed any more than one can truly know the thoughts of YHVH. Is. 55:8 says it thus: For my thoughts [are] not your thoughts, neither [are] your ways my ways, …