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I want to talk to you a little bit about why we study the Hebrew. We believe that the Hebrew language is the DNA of the universe. We believe that the sounds that Yahweh made when he said light be are the sounds that we want to familiarize ourselves. In the beginning was the Word our Bible says, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.


The revelation of Jesus as the living Word, the Word of God is alive, sharper than a two-edged sword. So that’s why we studied the Hebrew. Everything from the Alef to the Bet all the way out to the Tav. And all those letters have different aspects of Yah. They are all different parts of His personality.


They expose a lot of the cool stuff about His abilities. He reveals Himself to us through His Word and the intimacy that you receive. When you study His real name, when you study His Word through the, through the Hebrew language, you’re going to be amazed. We call Him Jesus.


We call Him God. He’s not mad at that. He doesn’t mind. He could answer to that. But when you get close to Him, you’re going to want to call the name that He chose, not the one we gave Him. The one He chose. Yud, Hay, Vav, Hey, is His name Yahweh? It’s not only the Father’s name, it’s the Son’s name and the Holy Spirit’s name, right?


They are three and one. So the Yahweh, the Yud, Hay, Vav, Hey, those letters, you start to realize that the Yud is the point of creation. The Hey is the breath of God. The Vav is the number of man and the connector, the breath. So you start thinking of it like Yahweh breathes, man breathes. He breathes. I breathe, He moves.


I move, He thinks. I think it brings you into such a cool place with Him. I’ve taught the Hebrew in. And they understand it. You don’t have to become Jewish to understand this. All you want to, all you want when you come to the Hebrew language is to say to Jesus, I love you Jesus. I want to know you from your perspective.


I don’t just want to come from my perspective. I want to know you the way you like to think, the way you like to speak. I want to visit your heaven, your culture. Your way of looking at things. You’re always so good to me. Lord, you’re always coming around to my level, solving my problems. I just want to have a conversation with you that you’d like to have.


So that’s why we study the Hebrew. I hope you will click on the Hebrew teachings, go letter by letter by letter, and enjoy those. If you have questions, get back to me. God bless you.

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