Netzar, Tsemakh, Dalit, Porah, Anaph: The Righteous BRANCH

BRANCH: netser, masculine noun (Strong's 5342); tsemakh, masculine noun (Strong's 6780); dalit, feminine noun (Strong's 1808); porah, feminine noun (Strong's 6288); anaph, masculine noun (Strong's 6057). Root & sounds like: נצר (nay-tser); Root: צמח (tseh'mahk); Root: דלה (dah'lah); Root: פארה (poh'rah); Root: ענף (anaf). My Dad is a Bonsai artist. He painstakingly prunes and cares… Continue reading Netzar, Tsemakh, Dalit, Porah, Anaph: The Righteous BRANCH

Revisiting Hope (Tiqvah)

For the last 170 Sundays in a row I have presented a new Biblical Hebrew word to contemplate and trace through the Bible. Today, the 171st Sunday, I am trying something new. We're going to go back in time to revisit a word from this blog's past. Image by Johannes Plenio (Unsplash.com) There are a… Continue reading Revisiting Hope (Tiqvah)

Yakhad: UNITED TOGETHER

UNITED/TOGETHER: yakhad. (Strong’s 3161/3162). Root: יחד Sounds like: yah-khad In these days of quarantine it is, perhaps, more important than ever to cherish the very human instinct of togetherness and unity. It's been a strange year of separation and even the most introverted of us miss working together, and playing together, and worshiping YHWH together. … Continue reading Yakhad: UNITED TOGETHER

Eser/A’sarah: Top TEN

TEN: eser/a’sarah. masculine & feminine noun. (Strong’s 6235).  TENTH: asor. masculine noun. (6218). TITHE: ma-aser. masculine noun & verb. (4643, 6237). Root: עשר Sounds like: eh'ser/aw'sahrah/ah'sore/ma-ah'sehr Welcome to a brand new year! This is the time when we often hear people summing up the previous year with a list of top tens: top ten best… Continue reading Eser/A’sarah: Top TEN