Evangelist – Hebrew: Mevassar

“Preach the Word, be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage … do the work of an evangelist” (2 Timothy 4:2,5).

Mevassar is the Hebrew word for ‘evangelist.’ Hebrew letters are word pictures that when put together create a Hebrew Word Picture.

Hebrew Word Pictures

Evangelist: Mevassar –מבשר

מ Mem – Water means ‘chaos’ or ‘mighty.’

ב Bet – A House means ‘house’ or ‘family.’

ש Shin – A Tooth means ‘consume’ or ‘destroy.’

ר Resh – A Head means ‘highest authority.’

The Hebrew word picture for mevassar: mighty family consumes the highest authority.

“Yeshua came into the Galilee proclaiming the good news from God.   The time has come, God’s Kingdom is near!  Turn to God (repent) from your sins and believe the Good News!” (Mark 1:14-15 Complete Jewish Bible).

A mevassar brings the same message of Yeshua to the world: “The kingdom of God is near.  Repent, turn to God and believe the good news.”   The good news of Yeshua is that through repentance and turning back to God, the Kingdom of God will come.

In Greek, the word ‘evangelist’ is euaggelistés and means ‘bringer of good news.’ According to Ephesians 4:11, Yeshua calls some people to proclaim the Good News.

“How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, proclaiming shalom, bringing good news of good things, announcing salvation and saying to Tziyon, “Your God is King!”(Isaiah 52:7).

©2012 Tentstake Ministries Publishing, all rights reserved.  No copying or reproducing of this article without crediting the author or Tentstake Ministries Publishing.

Leave a Reply

*