Exodus … complete with my notes.

Exodus 1 King James Version (KJV) – Sh’mot = Names* The Deliverance Narrative* The Hebrew text of the second book of Torah begins with a vav prefix. In the English language one reads this as ‘and’. This hanging conjunction at the forefront of the narrative seems strange and awkward to English readers. IN the Hebraic... Continue Reading →

Deuteronomy …complete (with my notes)

Deuteronomy (debarim meaning “words” – this word can also be interpreted in the paleo Hebrew using the symbol of a “bee” - the word, in relationship to the bee, both of which when properly handled will pollinate the vine and produce fruit, if mishandled they both can sting and cause pain in our lives. 1... Continue Reading →

Hebrews 1:4-6 … Creator or Created??

Hebrews 1:4 "Being made (cause to be) so much better (stronger, noble) than the angels, as he hath by inheritance (possession) obtained a more excellent (surpassing) name (authority, character) than they." We should be able to ascertain from this verse; the depth of the creation, and the purpose of Yeshua. Read it with the definitions.... Continue Reading →

Hebrews 1:1-1:3 The Power of God

This may feel a little awkward starting a study of the Book of Hebrews with a verse from Matthew's gospel; however, this verse should be the foundational motivation behind all study. Matthew 22:29 "Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of God." This is a VERY... Continue Reading →

Numbers complete w/ notes

Numbers 1 King James Version (KJV) I doubt many Christians have EVER ventured into the Book of Numbers for leisure. What a dull sounding book to our ears. But as you're about to discover the Book of Numbers is one of the most vibrant and informative of all the books in the Bible. You can... Continue Reading →

Consider this … 06.20.2022 edition

72 virgins when you sacrifice yourself for the betterment of Islam? … anyone ever wonder how they came up with that non-sense? One would have to go back close to 10,000 years to King Gilgamesh and his demise. Funny thing about him and many others having claims on deity. Thinking themselves to be gods, these... Continue Reading →

Godly or Greek

The phrase "it's all Greek to me" is an American phrase [possibly reaching farther than just America] that means a person who does not understand. When Alexander the Great conquered much of the known world, they too, were without linguistic understanding. The Greek conquest so shook the world that many had no other choice than... Continue Reading →

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