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I will be adding to this site daily (or as time permits). I have many plans for the site as I grow together with it. I apologize in advance for any disorganization or lack in knowledge, however I trust being led by the Spirit that somehow everything will fit together eventually. So for now, expect things to be regularly moved around until it all finds its proper place. Always feel free to contact me personally with any thoughts or suggestions.
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First: You Must Learn Hebrew

To start understanding ancient Hebrew on your own, you will need to accomplish some things:

1. Being able to recite the Hebrew Aleph-Bet (including sofit letters)

2. Being able to identify the Hebrew characters as well as their sounds

3. Being able to identify some of the ancient Hebrew hieroglyphic pictures and meanings for each letter.

4. Knowing at least three methods of counting or numbering the letters (Gadol, Ragil and Katan)

5. Some basic knowledge about Hebrew nikkudot, which are vowels in the form of dots and dashes under the Hebrew letters.

6. Some basic knowledge of dagesh, which are dots found inside of the Hebrew letters.

7. A basic knowledge of Hebrew prefixes and suffixes

8. Be able to write Hebrew letters in at least manual print

9. Learn about the construction, makup and different meanings of the Hebrew letters

See my promise and dedication to you that dedicate yourself to accomplishing and actually doing these tasks

Learn The Hebrew Aleph-Bet
Aleph-Bet

Learn to recite the basic Hebrew Letters along with some dagesh sounds.

Learn to identify the Hebrew letters in Ktav Ashuret, book print and manual print fonts

Learn to identify Ancient Hebrew proto-semitic fonts (Hieroglyphic Pictures)

Learn to identify the sofit letters
Learn Hebrew Gematria
Gematria Methods

Learn the number for each letter using the Hebrew Gematria methods:

Mispar Katan (small),
Mispar Ragil (regular)
Mispar Gadol (large)
Learn To Scribe Hebrew
Scribing Hebrew

Learn to write the Hebrew letters in manual print

Learn to write the ancient hieroglyphic letters
Learn The Hebrew Vowels
Hebrew Vowels

Learn the Ancient vowels
Learn the Masoretic vowels
Learn Gematria in vowels
Learn The Dagesh
Hebrew Dagesh
(Dots inside Hebrew letters)

Learn Mappiq
Learn Dagesh Qal (Lene)
Learn Dagesh
Hazak (Forte)
Learn Tagin

Learning About Hebrew Tagin

Learn the acronym for tagin letters: Shin, Ayin, Tet, Nun, Zayin, Gimmel, Tsade

Learn the acronym for tag letters: Bet, Dalet, Qof, Chet, Yod, Hey

Learn Hebrew Prefixes

Learn Hebrew Prefixes

Add to your meanings of Hebrew letters and words with your knowledge of prefixes and suffixes

Learn the prefixes
Learn the suffixes

Learn Letter Construction
Construction and meaning

Learn how the letters were assembled, their numbers and makeup, will help bring you understanding when needed.
Mysteries & Revelations
God is revealing truth to each of us. This "truth" should be understood as things that we did not know before, that is now being directly revealed "by God" (individually) to each one of us.

Many times I come to an understanding that I think that "God" just revealed "ONLY" to me, until I hit Google and see that EVERYONE ELSE already knows it!

Then there are more rare times, when only a few so far are beginning to see it!

This experience blesses me to see:

"He that has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches" Revelation Ch 2&3

These are the types of things that I will try to get added to this web page, for others to witness and confirm.


Bible Mysteries and Revelations
  About UnderstandingHebrew.Com

Before you can "UNDERSTAND" Hebrew,
you must "LEARN" (Aleph''Binah)

Aleph"Binah (Aleph-Bet)
Aleph"Bet (Learn-Wisdom/Understanding)

Aleph''Binah is an acronym which is denoted by the gershayim (double quote marks (") between two letters or words). The acronym above was quoted by Rabbi "Yehoshua ben Levi" thousands of years ago. It was spoken to him by the sages during his life time. It was said that young children came into the synagogue study hall today, KNOWING ONLY the aleph-bet, but speaking things that had not be spoken since the days of Yehoshua ben Nun (Moses's Joshua). These children were reciting their aleph-bet homiletically using Hebrew acronyms. There is not much doubt in my mind that these children had been exposed to early messianic believers.

Learning the Hebrew alphabet (Aleph-Bet) as they taught thousands of years ago, is the FIRST STEP in learning to apply wisdom and understand knowledge.

Learning Ancient Hebrew in 9 Steps
Book & Flashcard kit available
I am Currently writing this book, please keep me in prayer


I am Currently adding a lot of
information from my
Coincidences book into the Hebrew Revelations section under the title:

"Prophecy in the Aleph-Bet"

I will offer all of these books officially later, as I get more work done on this site. I print them myself and will only need to cover postage, paper and ink. I will offer them to those that feel that it would help them to have this information in book form. However, most everything in the books will be here on this site, so please be patient as I get it all up for you.

Please Enjoy!

Prophecy in the Aleph-Bet
   

The word Tanakh (pronounced Ta'Nock) is a Hebrew word that has taken on the meaning "Entire Bible". Depending on who you talk to the word has also taken on other meanings, one of which is "all of the Holy writings" (but yet outside of the actual published Jewish Tanakh).

However in the most strict sense of the word, it can ONLY mean ONE thing, which is indicated by the gershayim
" (double geresh cantillation mark).

This means that the word Tanakh is an acronym for EXACTLY what the book contains. Nothing more, nothing less!
Please Enjoy :-)


ABOUT MY SITE

My hope is that this site will help catapult you into the realm of understanding how to understand.

The disciples of Yeshua grew up in religious families knowing the scriptures, however, evidently they were lacking certain understanding.

For example in Luke 24:45 “Then opened he their understanding, that they might understand the scriptures”. Also later we see a statement in (Acts 4:13) Now when they saw the boldness of Peter and John, and perceived that they were unlearned and ignorant men, they marveled; and they took knowledge of them, that they had been with Jesus.

When Yeshua was twelve years old he surprised and amazed everyone around him, when he understood things that he could not yet had been taught through their religious teaching systems. According to their culture and methods of teaching, it would not had even been possible for a twelve year old boy to understand these questions yet alone answer them.

“And it came to pass, that after three days they found him in the temple, sitting in the midst of the doctors, both hearing them, and asking them questions. And all that heard him were astonished at his understanding and answers. And when they saw him, they were amazed...” (Luke 2:46-48)

Interesting is the fact that the Greek word1 in the verse above for Hearing them, is a word that means both hearing and understanding.

His schooling would had begun at home being taught verses of Torah as soon as he begins to speak.

He would had then began schooling in memorizing Torah from age five, oral Torah at age ten, mitzvot/bar mitzvah at thirteen and then (depending on status) on to other schools and private tutors.

The level that messiah would have been communicating to amaze these doctors of the law at age twelve, would had been at (or likely even above) the level of known spiritual teachers for example Gamaliel2.

The Apostle Paul is a good example of someone that had completed his basic Hebrew schooling and then went on to understand deeper spiritual teachings under Gamaliel3.

It was because of Paul's dedication to learning, that he was able to understand and experience more mysteries upon his conversion then anyone else mentioned in the Brit Hadasha4.

The Apostle Peter testified to the special wisdom, that was present in ALL of Paul's epistles and writings.

“...even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you; As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction” (II Peter 3:15-16)

The Apostle Paul was a teacher that was always trying to communicate a mystery to those that were able to hear it5. Paul not only prayed for utterance to be able to communicate these mysteries6, but asked others to pray for him7.

Paul pointed out the difference between mans wisdom and the wisdom of God in 1 Corinthians 2:4-5 where he stated:

“And my speech and my preaching was not with enticing words of man’s wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power: That your faith should not stand in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God”

Paul in the next verse explains the great difference between the wisdom of men and the spiritual wisdom of God by contrasting:

"However"8,"Notwithstanding","Yet", "But", "Moreover", "Howbeit", "Nevertheless, we speak wisdom among them that are mature"

And then in verse 7 he says:

"But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory"

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1. Strongs Real Greek #191 [A)KOU/W] {akoúo} \ak-oo'-o\ a primary verb; to hear (in various senses):give (in the) audience (of), come (to the ears), (shall) hear(-er, -ken), be noised, be reported, understand.
2. Gamaliel Acts 5:34 Also Nicodemus John 3:2, John 3:10
3. Acts 22:3 "brought up...at the feet of Gamaliel"
4. New Testament
5. Paul's Mysteries: Romans 11:25, 1 Corinthians 15:42-55, Ephesians 1:7-9, 3:4-9, 5:32, 6:19, Colossians 1:24-27, 2:2-3, 4:3, 2 Thessalonians 2:7-12, 1 Timothy 3:9-16
6. Ephesians 6:19 "And for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open my mouth boldly, to make known the mystery of the gospel"
7. Colossians 4:3 "Withal praying also for us, that God would open unto us a door of utterance, to speak the mystery of Christ, for which I am also in bonds"
8. However (ASV), Yet (ESV), But (BBE), Howbeit (KJV), Nevertheless (UKJV), Notwithstanding (Montgomery)



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