Golah: Wandering in EXILE

GOLAH: An exile, feminine noun (Strong’s 1473). GALAH: to be exiled, verb (Strong’s 1540). Root: גלה Sounds like: goh-lah / gah-lah Isaiah 24:11b-12 All joy turns to gloom. The joy of the earth is banished exiled [galah גָּלָ֖ה]. Desolation is left in the city and the gate is battered to ruins. Exile was a horrible… Continue reading Golah: Wandering in EXILE

Yeshua’ti: My SALVATION

My Salvation: yeshua’ti and yish’i (from Strong’s 3468) Root: ישע Sounds like: y’shoo-ah’tee and yeesh’tee Here’s a question that occasionally surfaces: why write Yeshua instead of Jesus? Truth be told (and to my surprise), I rarely get asked this question, but when I do, here’s my response: HebrewWordLessons is primarily a teaching blog. It does… Continue reading Yeshua’ti: My SALVATION


TURNED OVER, OVERTURNED: hapak, verb (Strong’s 2015) and ma-h’pekah, feminine noun (Strong’s 4114). Root: הפך Sounds like: haw-fawk/haw-pawk Things that are overturned, or turned over, sometimes make us uncomfortable. For the most part, we don’t like change. But change is what has kept history moving forward, for better or worse.  When it comes to the… Continue reading Hapak: OVERTURNED!