Lamb: seh (Strong’s 7716) Flock: tson (Strong's 6629) Root: שֶׂה (shin, hey) [Sounds like: say] & צֹאן (zayin, aleph, nun) [Sounds like tsone] Sometimes when choosing the word of the week I think, well this one shouldn’t be too complicated. It’s a simple word. That’s what I thought about the word LAMB… But there are at… Continue reading Seh: Behold the Lamb…
Scarlet: shani (Strong’s 8144) Root: שָׁנִי (shin, nun, yod) Sounds like: sh’Nee There has been much written on the scarlet thread that weaves its way through the Old Testament (Tanakh), the Jewish Rabbinic writings (Talmud) and into the New Testament (B’rit Chadashah). And although there are all sorts of theories and suppositions we are going… Continue reading Scarlet: Tracing the shani thread
Glory: kevod (Strong’s 3519, 3519a, 3519b) Root: כָּבַד (kaf, bet, dalet). [Sounds like k'vohd] The root word for glory actually comes out of the word honour (kavad). It also carries with it the idea of weight and heaviness. It means that glory is almost palpable… you feel the heaviness of it. Isaiah’s vision of the… Continue reading Glory: Unveiling the King of glory (Melek ha-kevod).
Holy: kadosh, kodesh (Strong’s 6918, 6944) Root: קֹ֫דֶשׁ (qof, dalet, shin) [sounds like k’desh/k'dosh] The root word kodesh actually means “to consecrate”. So the word Holy means consecrated, dedicated, set apart… Holy in Triplicate Perhaps the most famous passage regarding the Hebrew word Holy is found in the writings of the prophet Isaiah. He had… Continue reading Holy: Kadosh! Kadosh! Kadosh!