Hebrew Word Study: A Hebrew Teacher Finds Rest in the Heart of God

Rather than allowing his mind to rule his heart he found God's heart ruling his mind in his word studies. He began to feel a freedom to allow God's heart to rule His mind. In his third book chaim bentorah finds that after having discovered and exploring Gods heart, He found himself moving more in an Eastern or Semitic approach to his word studies.

When he did this he discovered that He was no longer searching or exploring the Heart of God, He was now resting in the Heart of God.

Hebrew Word Study: Beyond the Lexicon

All they want is to know if there is a deeper meaning to certain Hebrew words. Hebrew is a language of the heart, and if you love God enough, He will reveal His heart to you through the ancient Hebrew language. They will take hebrew classes at a college, a synagogue, or online and often become discouraged because these classes either teach them to speak Hebrew or spend considerable time teaching complex rules of grammar when all these Christians want to do is find Gods heart and message in His Word.

Even after looking up a word in their lexicon, they are still left with a nagging feeling that there must be more. Many christians long to study the Word of God in the original Hebrew. The only thing you will need is to love the Word of God, and if you love it enough, it will reveal its secrets. In most cases there is more, and this book will give some guidelines in how to drill down into the very heart, and core of a Hebrew word; it will take you to a world beyond your lexicon, soul, and you do not need a PhD to do it.

As a result, a lexicon, these christians usually give up and just go to the back of their Strongs Concordance, or a Bible dictionary to look up a word. This book is written for the Christian who does not want to learn to speak Hebrew or spend long hours trying to understand complex rules of grammar.

Hebrew Word Study: A Hebrew Teacher's Call To Silence

All three of us wept. I could sense him wishing that each tear would somehow penetrate that heart, but the heart’s owner would not open it to Him to allow His tears to enter and soften his heart. As he picked up another broken heart i reached out to Him and touched His nail pierced hand and instantly I felt His sorrow and pain, the anguish felt by the heart’s owner and I too wept.

In silence i was able to enter a special room in God’s heart, a quiet room, a weeping room. He wept over that wounded heart longing so much to heal the wound that tore it apart, but the heart’s owner would not seek his comfort. He was weeping over that broken heart. In this room i found jesus holding a heart in His hands, a heart which had been broken.

He was feeling the heart’s hurt and loneliness. It was to not have a flourishing ministry, longing to enter their wounded heart to allow His tears, or to even experience a healing of my body, books published, it was only to seek and search for these heart’s owners and let them know that there is a Savior weeping for them, His nailed pierced hands heal those wounds.

A call to silencein silence my heart saw what my eyes could not see, my heart heard what my ears could not hear and my heart spoke what my lips could not speak. It was in this quiet, weeping room that I saw my own heart’s desire. I saw him pick up a heart that was cold and barren and watched his tear drops just roll off that heart.


Hebrew Word Study: Revealing the Heart of God

God’s word leads us to god’s hearthebrew Word Study: Revealing the Heart of God is a devotional book unlike any you’ve ever read. Hebrew word study by chaim bentorah combines an in-depth look at the meanings of a variety of scriptural words and phrases in the original Hebrew with a down-to-earth application for our daily Christian experience.

Most hebrew word study books read like a dictionary, not really explaining the Hebrew words in light of specific Bible passages.    . As you search the depths of god’s word, and most of all, you will see just how beautiful the Scriptures are, you will see the beauty of God Himself and come to love Him all the more.

With the author’s anecdotes and stories from the Bible and ancient Jewish literature, the meanings of these words and passages become even more vivid. Guided by chaim’s expertise in biblical languages, you will examine not just word definitions, but also the origins of words, their place in the culture and idioms of the day, and even their emotional context.

Each of the ninety word studies in this book will encourage and strengthen you in your relationship with God.

Hebrew Word Study: Ancient Biblical Words Put into a Modern Context with the Help of the People Who Ride My Bus

This is then put into a devotional format using the author’s experiences from driving a disability bus to help illustrate and put these Scriptures and Hebrew words into a modern context for every day Christian living. It takes key hebrew words in this passage of Scripture and drills down to the very heart, soul and core of the Hebrew word and where appropriate traces that word to its Semitic origins.

Hebrew word study ancient biblical words put into a Modern Context is different from other Hebrew word study books as this book takes a specific passage of Scripture and analyzes it with respect to its historical and cultural background.

Jewish Insights Into Scripture

Eli lizorkin-eyzenberg pulls back the curtain and helps contemporary Christ-followers to understand how the scriptures were understood by their original audience. In this collection of provocative essays, Dr. Jewish insights into scripture will deepen your appreciation for familiar Bible passages and enhance your understanding of some verses you may have previously found difficult to interpret.

Appropriating these jewish insights will help you draw closer to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob! All too often our understanding of both the Hebrew scriptures and the New Testament is clouded by centuries of Western tradition and interpretation.

Learning God's Love Language: A Guide to Personal Hebrew Word Study

This more traditional line of instruction involved substantial memorization of Hebrew verbal forms and vocabulary. Today i am teaching christians of all backgrounds how to use the Hebrew language in their own personal Bible study. This bible study tool will take you beyond concordances, and Bible dictionaries, esoteric structure of each Hebrew word, opening up each Hebrew word and reading its built-in commentary by combining the ancient, lexicons, letter by letter.

And by doing so, enrich your understanding of God’s Word through His ancient love language. In most cases, i am teaching people who are not interested in earning a degree but they do want to be able to study the Bible in the original language. Learning god’s love language is a tool that you can use in your personal Bible study to learn Hebrew almost immediately, without years of memorization and other Hebrew language courses.

This book will become a personal guide for your own Hebrew word study. It is not a textbook for those seeking an academic degree, wishing to learn to speak modern Hebrew or preparing for a graduate school placement test. As a bible college teacher of the biblical Hebrew language, missionaries, my students were to be future pastors, and Christian leaders.

Learning god’s love language is for those who wish to study God’s Word and find a richer, deeper understanding by peering into the ancient Hebrew language and exploring the meanings contained in a particular word. This book is the result of my many years of research, developing a Bible study tool where any Christian, regardless of age, educational background, or culture can study God's Word in its original language.


5 Hebrew Words that Every Christian Should Know: A Bite-Sized Bible Study

A friendly, bite-sized Bible study of five flavorful Hebrew words. In this introductory word study, readers get a taste of the ancient wisdom of Hebrew, the Bible’s heart-language, and see how useful it can be for reading both Old and New Testaments. Along the way they’ll uncover delightful word-plays that simply don’t translate into english, and find out how Hebrew unlocks mysteries like……how people can have ears but not “hear”…how or if God can “forget” a person…how sins can be “visited” upon someoneThe ebook format allows readers to link to Bible verses in multiple translations online.

With a bit of guided comparison of verses and translations, readers can get a sense of a word’s range of meaning and see why translators made the choices they did. Through the book’s brief lessons, 5 hebrew Words broadly introduces the idea that Bible study is far richer when the Scriptures are read in light of their original language and culture.


The Jewish Gospel of John: Discovering Jesus, King of All Israel

The jewish gospel of john is not, by any standard, another book on Jesus of Nazareth written from a Jewish perspective. His creative approach will make an enduring contribution to the discipline of New Testament studies. Brad young, research on the gospels has suffered from stagnation, Oral Roberts University “For some time, Professor of Biblical Literature in Judeao-Christian Studies, and there is a feeling that there is not much new that one can say.

Eli lizorkin-eyzenberg’s new commentary on the Gospel of John, with its original outlook on the identity of the original audience and the issues at stake, is extremely refreshing. Ishay rosen-zvi, head of the Talmud and Late Antiquity Department, Tel-Aviv University. Here is the catch: instead of reading it, as if it was written for 21 century Gentile Christians, the book interprets it as if it was written for the first-century peoples of ancient Israel.

. Eli lizorkin-eyzenberg has demonstrated that the Gospel of John is not an anti-Jewish, but a thoroughly Jewish book. Daniel boyarin, Hermann P. Using the best of contemporary scholarship in first-century Judaic history and contributing much of his own, Dr. Such exploration of variety of important contexts allows us to recover for our generation the true riches of this marvelous Judean gospel.

The book proves what krister stendahl stated long time ago: “Our vision is often more abstracted by what we think we know than by our lack of knowledge.

Messianic Torah with Commentary...Plus!: a Messianic Chumash+Matthew!

This will take a minute or two but has the benefit of being free. The next new feature has to do with the notes themselves. The way that you can get the new version for free is to make a phone call. The second and third digits are the number 0 Most of the time we used one of those two prominent groups, but we also looked at the Yemeni and Romani traditions.

In the mtc+ we have tried to explore the Jewish culture and world in which the words were written to help the student understand and apply them to modern life. The text of the mtc+ is taken from a modified public domain American Standard version. The new edition of the MTC+ includes several new features. The fourth digit is the capital letter O.

We are told the digital team at Kindle will update everything for free. That way a search can be done to look for things such as Hebrew words and other points of interest. Then click on the number to the right of the reference. This will take you to the end notes where the haftorah is given in blue. We have also added some new comments and re-written comments that we thought were unclear.

All hebrew words used in the notes have definitions and transliterations.

Sketches of Jewish Social Life

Edersheim’s work therefore captures the life of a Jewish kingdom, that although was under the control of the Romans, still upheld a great deal of independence and had not yet begun to feel the full force of Christianity. Alfred edersheim was a biblical scholar and a Jewish convert to Christianity. C. What was the middle east like at the time of jesus’ life?who inhabited this area? Where did people work? How did they travel? What did people live in?Drawing upon Jewish, Roman, Greek and Christian texts Alfred Edersheim reconstructs a vivid image of life in Galilee, Jerusalem and Judea at 0 A.

D. Edersheim’s study covers a wide variety of subjects with chapters covering from how Jewish children were brought up to the position of various members of society, from women through to the Pharisees. Written in accessible prose it is one of the most fascinating social histories of Jewish people to have ever been written.

Although this area had lost its independence to the Romans in the 1st century B. It was thriving under leaders like Herod the Great who were implementing monumental change, such as the expansion of the Second Temple in Jerusalem. This book was published in 1876 and he died in 1889. His other famous works include The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah and The Temple and its Ministry and Services.