Hebrew word, plural for “booth” or “hut.” Signifies the Feast ofTabernacles, celebrated for seven days after Yom Kippur. A reminder of when Israel lived in the wilderness in makeshift tents, and later worshipped in a portable tabernacle, a forerunner to a permanent temple.
A prayer shawl traditionally worn as an outer garment by Jewish men. Edge of the tallit has tassels made with blue thread at the four corners, or wings.
Hebrew Bible. The Hebrew Bible is called the Tanakh (sometimes transliterated as Tanak or Tanach in English), an acronym for Torah ("law"), Nevi'im (prophets), and Ketuvim (writings).
A Jewish concept that involves returning to God through repentance. Also refers to the forty days leading up to Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement
Hebrew word for “leaning,” “instruction,” or “law.” God’s Word or law as a pathway to relationship with our Father. Also refers to the first five books of the Old Testament.
Hebrew word commonly translated as “charity,” but also part of the root word of “justice.” Used to refer to acts of kindness.
Whatever one focuses on becomes most real to him (Pr 23:7), and those whose focus is only on wealth will never be satisfied with what they have but will always being striving for more, and hoarding what they have.
- wife’s responsibility
It is the wife's responsibility to be a helpmate, like a hand to a glove with her husband in all things (Gen 3:16)
In the Tanakh, YHVH (Yahweh) is the personal name of G-d and his most frequent designation, occurring over 5200 times. This is the Ineffable Name or Unutterable Name of the G-d of Israel. Because it is composed from four Hebrew letters, it is also referred to as the "Tetragrammaton," which simply means "The Four Letters."
origin: Hebrew - noun
The name Jesus is the Greek form of the Hebrew name Yeshua, which is the shortened form of the name Yehoshua. From this Hebrew word we also get the name Joshua (Joshua 5:15) or Hoshea (Numbers 13:8; Deuteronomy 33:44). The name means “salvation” and is found more than often throughout the Old Testament. This is the name from which we get the Greek word Iesous, prounounced “yay-sus,” or as we say it, “Jesus.”