Hineni: HERE I AM

HERE I AM/Behold: Hineni. (Strong’s 2009). Root: הִנֵּה Sounds like hee’neh, hee’neh’nee, heen’nee.  Hinneh often get’s translated as Behold. This is not a word we use today, very often, and so I think most people tend to gloss over it when they come across it in scripture. That's a shame, because a careful consideration of behold… Continue reading Hineni: HERE I AM

Samach: the Fullness of JOY

JOY/GLADNESS: samach. (verb: 8055, adjective: 8056, feminine noun 8057).  Root: שָׂמַח Sounds like: saw'mawkh (verb), saw'may'akh (adjective), sim'khah (noun) This week has not been the most joyful for our family. We lost a family friend. She went home to meet God, face to face. Shirley (Stuebing) Mandigo was the embodiment of joy on this planet.… Continue reading Samach: the Fullness of JOY

En Kheqer: Examining the UNEXPLAINABLE Creator

UNEXPLAINABLE/UNSEARCHABLE/UNFATHOMABLE/CANNOT EXAMINE: En kheqer. (Strong’s 2714). From verb khaqar (to examine/to search). (Strong’s 2713). Root: חֵקֶר Sounds like: (eyn) kheh-ker Last week we looked at two words meaning to search. There is another word often translated as “search”, but perhaps more accurately means “to examine”. Kheqer is to examine or look at something in detail…… Continue reading En Kheqer: Examining the UNEXPLAINABLE Creator

Baqash/Darash: SEEK and you will Find

Seek: baqash. Seeking to find or take something (Strong’s 1245). Root: בָּקַשׁ Search: darash. Searching, investigating, inquiring, requiring (Strong’s 1875). Root: דָּרַשׁ Sounds like: ba’qawsh/va’qawsh & dah’rawsh There are two main Hebrew words for seeking or searching and they often are found in the same verse. Baqash/Vaqash is to seek, but it is seeking to… Continue reading Baqash/Darash: SEEK and you will Find