[ad-uh-rey-shuh n] (noun) Latinthe act of paying honor, as to a divine being; worship.reverent homage.fervent and devoted love.
Hebrew word for Love .The root of Ahava is Hava, which literally means "to offer" or "to give". It also shares a root with the word, Ahav, which means "to nurture", or "to devote completely to another"...Ahava (love) is not an emotion, it’s an action. Love in its purest form is not something that happens to us, it is a condition that is created when we give of ourselves..
origin: Hebrew - verb
Specifically, it is to ascend, or rise. Traditionally used to refer to the return of the Jews to the land of Israel. Also, in the synagogue, it is used to describe the one who is given the great honor of reading the Torah.
The relationship implied by the term "berit" is the relationship between a lord and his servants, for in Hebrew, a "berit" is a promise that is made unilaterally by a lord to his servants that he will protect and provide for those servants. The promise is not required by law nor forced on the lord by his servants—it is entirely voluntary.
The word "covenant" means "business deal," or "contract," and implies a promise to deliver one end of the contract if the other end is met. But a covenant is a bilateral agreement; it takes the participation of both parties and they are bound only by the terms of the covenant or agreement.
The word “echad” is a Hebrew word that although could denote the number one can also denote (as in this case) a unified state between 2 things or people.
- El Shaddai
One of the Judaic names of Yahweh, commonly translated as "G-d Almighty" or "the G-d of more then enough".
G-d; gods. The plural form of el, meaning "strong one." Occurs 2,570 times in the Tanakh. (Isa. 54:5; Jer. 32:27; Gen. 1:1; Isa. 45:18; Deut. 5:23; 8:15; Ps. 68:7). First name of G-d in Tanakh. See the Names of God.
origin: Hebrew - noun
Any non-Jewish person. Also can refer to a stranger or foreigner.
Hebraic Roots Bible
Here for the very first time is a literal translation of the scriptures with the sacred name of Yahweh and Yahshua, restored and preserved. We have just finished printing the brand new second edition of the Hebraic Roots Bible that is now filled with thousands of study notes and even color maps and a topical concordance in the back.
Did you know in every bible translation including the King James Bible that our Heavenly Father’s personal name Yahweh has been taken out and replaced with titles and even names of pagan deities more than 10,000 times?
This complete bible also has the New Testament based on the original Aramaic Peshitta text, the very language that our Savior spoke. The original New Testament was not written in Greek, but Aramaic. This is a literal translation and we believe to be the closest bible to the original language that was written thousands of years ago – the bible as it was! The Old Testament is from the original Hebrew manuscripts and the NT from the original Aramaic.