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.

49:13-33
~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

49:1-12
~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?

47:1-31
~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

46:1-34
~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

45:1-28
~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

44:1-34
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!

43:15-34
~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?

43:1-14
~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.

42:17-38
~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

42:1-16
~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

41:1-57
I filmed this study before I began summarizing lessons, so you'll have to watch it to discover the gems hidden inside!

40:1-23
~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

39:13-23
~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

39:1-12
~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

38:15-30
38:1-14
37:18-36
37:1-17
35:16-29
35:1-15
34:15-31
34:1-14
33:1-20
32:17-32
32:1-16
31:25-54
31:1-24
30:21-42
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30:11-20 (on Periscope)
30:1-10 (on Periscope)
29:29-34 (on Periscope)
29:21-28 (on Periscope)
29:11-20 (on Periscope)
29:1-10 (on Periscope)
28:16-22 (on Periscope)
28:11-15 (on Periscope)
28:1-10 (on Periscope)
27:40-46 (on Periscope)
27:31-39 (on Periscope)
27:21-30 (on Periscope)
27:11-20 (on Periscope)
27:1-10 (on Periscope)
26:29-35 (on Periscope)
26:21-28 (on Periscope)
26:11-20 (on Periscope)
26:1-10 (on Periscope)
25:29-34 (on Periscope)
25:22-28 (on Periscope)
25:11-21 (on Periscope)
25:1-10 (on Periscope)
24:53-67 (on Periscope)
24:41-52 (on Periscope)
24:31-40 (on Periscope)
24:11-30
24:11-20
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24:1-10 (on Periscope)
23:11-20 (on Periscope)
23:1-20
21:26-34
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21:16-25 (on Periscope)
21:1-15
20:16-18
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20:11-15 (on Periscope)
20:6-10 (on Periscope)
20:1-5 (on Periscope)
19:31-38
19:26-30
19:1-25
18:1-33
17:1-27
16:1-16
15:1-21
14:1-24
13:1-18
12:1-20
11:1-32
10:1-32
9:1-29
8:1-22
7:7-24
6:1-22
5:1-32
4:1-26
3:1-24
2:1-25
1:1-31

Read word by word through the book of Genesis, in Hebrew! Identify roots words common in the Torah, build your Tanach vocabulary, feel the grammatical patterns, and get deep Old Testament word studies.