Welcome to your Hebrew Verses lessons reading through Genesis! Genesis is a personal favourite of mine because so much of it is stories, and stories are really fun to read in Hebrew. And don't worry, I include lots of deep teachings and insights along the way too.
~Much of Hebrew poetry is lost in translation, here are some examples
~The first promise of Mashiach contains wordplay between "snake" and "crush"
~Perseverance means carrying a heavy load, bearing up beneath a burden
~"Archer" and "Rabbi" are related, what does that tell you about Rabbi Jesus?
~Being open/closed to someone is the difference between loving/hating them OUCH
~We find symmetry beautiful and Hebrew poetry knows it
~When God calls, it happens..and it's the same Hebrew word
~Your intimate friendships are your foundation, for better or worse
~If you're a parent you have the power to bless your children...are you?
~"Shiloh" is a title of the Messiah, but what does it actually mean?
~The Hebrew word for the Proverbs 31 woman is LOADED
~Abraham Isaac and Jacob basically lived in RVs and how is that profound?
~Was Egypt's 7 year famine a prophecy of the end of the world?
~Here's why my daughter translates it "put your hand under my bum"
~Conflict between the Septuagint and Masoretic text in the NT
~Saul's name was NOT changed to Paul, here's what really happened
~One of the best one-word prayers you can say to God
~The verb behind "torah" means to point out the way
~Through Messiah the history of Israel is part of your story
~Some names you shouldn't give your children...ahem
~Seeing Yeshua for who he is should make a Jewish person more Jewish, here's why
~The Hebrew words for commandment and neck are related, what's the "connection"?
~Why did the Master nickname James and John the "Boanerges"?
~Can I say grace after meals after gorging on pork puffs?
~Here are some ways to NOT use e-Sword
I taught this lesson before I started listing the main lesson topics, so you'll have to watch it to discover all the hidden treasures!
~Why this is like getting together for coffee every week and having me disciple you
~Shalom means you're doing well, let's unpack that cause it's a big deal!
~The way Joseph felt is a powerful picture of how Yeshua Ben Yosef felt
~It's ok to give the little bow of respect in martial arts, here's why
~The oldest sibling gets the birthright, but what does the youngest sibling get?
~The Hebrew word for God's glory means "heavy" and "intense"
~Aleph and tav can mean "with", what does that tell you about Messiah?
~Your tribulation will end in healing balm flowing to you, and through you
~Your bitter experiences will either make you more animal or more human, here's how
~Even the most literal translations aren't word for word - here's an example.
~Midrash isn't an itchy skin disease of the loins, it's more powerful
~Mashiach is the "translator" between God and humanity
~Yeshua is the journey of a lifetime
~Faith and verifiability are related in Hebrew
~Why are these Hebrew words for food related to violence and fighting?
~Judaism believes in two Messiahs and the first is the Son of Joseph
~Joseph's story is a picture of Yeshua in UNCANNY ways
~How to turn the most boring Bible passages into the best experiences
I filmed this study before I began summarizing lessons, so you'll have to watch it to discover the gems hidden inside!
~Why you should journal your dreams and talk about them
~How dreams are related to eggs, diamonds, and healing
~How interpretations are related to release, opening, and birth
~The 'Gentilization' of the Gospel is foretold in the story of Joseph
~Judaism is waiting for two Messiahs, here's why
~Linguistic connection between success and the Holy Spirit
~Why does it say Joseph's "masters" threw him in prison?
~Why does Judaism called the Messiah the "son of Joseph"?
~Two Hebrew words for grace used in same sentence
~Tutorial on how work around a PROBLEM with e-Sword
~Was Potiphar a castrated eunuch? It would explain his frisky wife.
~Here's the concrete meaning of success in Hebrew
~God shows up in eerie ways that are lost in translation
~Aleph and tav used as a preposition for "with" can be profound
~Here's a hilarious example of reading the Bible outside of context
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