Malat: Escape, Deliverance, RESCUE

ESCAPED/DELIVERED/RESCUED: malat. verb. (Strong's 4422)  Root: מלט Malat is one of those Hebrew words, among many, that carry a wide array of translations. It is transcribed as escaped, delivered, saved and rescued. The idea is, when you escape from a terrible predicament, you are rescued from it. To be delivered is to be rescued and… Continue reading Malat: Escape, Deliverance, RESCUE

Ta’ah: To Go ASTRAY, to WANDER Away

To GO ASTRAY, to WANDER: Ta’ah (Strong’s 8582). Root: תעה This week we celebrated Passover and we remembered Yeshua’s (Jesus’) painful sacrifice which redeemed us and set us free from the heavy burden of death. Isaiah 53 was a Messianic prophecy, outlining this great sacrifice: Isaiah 53:5-6 But He was pierced for our offenses, He was… Continue reading Ta’ah: To Go ASTRAY, to WANDER Away

Revisiting Hosanna: H’woshia Nah

Three years ago I did a posting on the word HOSANNA. Today, being Palm Sunday, is the perfect day to revisit the word. Yeshua entered Jerusalem to celebrate Passover and the people recognized Him as Messiah, shouting: Matthew 21:9 “Hosanna to the Son of David!” Blessed is He who comes in the name of the… Continue reading Revisiting Hosanna: H’woshia Nah

Yalal: WAIL/HOWL… make a mournful noise

HOWL/WAIL- yalal (Strong's 3213, 3214, 3215, 421). Yalal (wailing/howling) in the Bible was different from crying and weeping... although similar in form, wailing was almost exclusively used in reaction to judgement and separation from YHWH: Hosea 7:13-14a [YHWH:] Woe to them, for they have strayed from Me! Destruction is theirs, for they have rebelled against… Continue reading Yalal: WAIL/HOWL… make a mournful noise