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1 John 4:8

“Beloved friends, let us love one another; because love is from God; and everyone who loves has God as his Father and knows God. Those who do not love, do not know God; because God is love.”

The Hebrew word for ‘love’ is אהבא is ahavah and means ‘affection.’

The Greek word for ‘love’ is agape and means ‘long for, esteem.’

The Biblical definition of love is found in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7. This definition is not only how we are to love others, but how God loves us. It is a relational love that understood only through experiencing God.

“Love is patient and kind, not jealous, not boastful, not proud, rude or selfish, not easily angered, and it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not gloat over other people’s sins but takes its delight in the truth. Love always bears up, always trusts, always hopes, always endures.”

The Greek word for ‘beloved’ comes from agape.

The Hebrew word for ‘beloved’ comes from ahav and can mean ‘friend’ or ‘lover.’ ‘Beloved’ is used for the bride in the Song of Solomon while the Bridegroom is ‘Lover.’

The Hebrew word for ‘know’ is ידה or l’dat and means ‘experience.’

The Greek word for ‘know’ is ginosko and means ‘to come to know, recognize, perceive’ implying a relationship.

Bride of Messiah, let us be patient and kind to one another, not jealous or boastful, not proud, rude or selfish; because not keeping a record of wrongs or gloating over others’ sins is not easily angered, this love is from God; and everyone who takes delight in the truth s has God as his Father and experiences God. Those who do not love, are not in relationship with God; because God always bears up, always trusts, always hopes, and always endures.”

November 23, 2020

1 Thessalonians 2:13-14

“Another reason we regularly thank God is that when you heard the Word of God from us, you received it not merely as a human word, but as it truly is, God’s Word, which is at work in you believers. For, brothers, you came to be imitators of God’s congregations in Y’hudah that are united with the Messiah Yeshua ….”

In Hebrew ‘word’ is דבר or devar and means ‘saying or commandment.’ Word of God is Devar Elohim.

The word devarim, the plural of devar, is the Hebrew word for Deuteronomy. In this book, Moshe reiterates all of the commandments God gave to the Israelites when they first entered the wilderness to the second generation entering the Promised Land.

Yeshua is called the Devar Elohim, the Word of God that became flesh (John 1:14). The Devar Elohim at that time included the Torah, Prophets and Writings or Tenak.

The Devar Elohim is “at work and is sharper than any double-edged sword — it cuts right through to where soul meets spirit and joints meet marrow, and it is quick to judge the inner reflections and attitudes of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12).

The Amplified Version, expands ‘at work in you’ to “brings forth superhuman power in those who adhere to and trust in and rely on it [Devar Elohim].”

In Hebrew, the word for ‘imitator’ is חקין or chakyan and means ‘to mimic.’ In Greek, the word ‘imitator’ is mimetes and means “a mentor, setting a proper example.”

‘Judah’ in Hebrew is יהודה or y’hudah. Sha’ul (Paul) says that Greek followers of Messiah Yeshua are imitating God’s congregation of Jewish followers of Messiah Yeshua because they are worthy of emulating.

November 22, 2020

Psalm 103:1-5

“A Psalm of David. Bless (affectionately, gratefully praise) the Lord, O my soul; and all that is [deepest] within me, bless His holy name! Bless (affectionately, gratefully praise) the Lord, O my soul, and forget not [one of] all His benefits— Who forgives [every one of] all your iniquities, Who heals [each one of] all your diseases, Who redeems your life from the pit and corruption, Who beautifies [surrounds], dignifies, and crowns you with loving-kindness and tender mercy; Who satisfies your mouth [your necessity and desire at your personal age and situation] with good so that your youth, renewed, is like the eagle’s [strong, overcoming, soaring]!”

Hebrew for soul is נפש or nephesh.

The benefits of the Lord Yahweh in Yeshua are forgiveness, healing, redemption, beautifying, dignifying, crowning, satisfying and renewing.

Hebrew for ‘forgives’ is סלוח or slee-cha and means ‘pardons and excuses.’

Hebrew for ‘heals’ is רפא or rafa and means ‘cure.’ One of the characters of Elohim (Yahweh) is El Rafa or Rafa-el meaning Elohim is the Healer.

Hebrew for ‘redeems’ is פדיון or pidyon and means ‘ransom, liberation, and rescue.

Hebrew for ‘beautify’ is יפה or yofah and means ‘glorify and adorn’

Hebrew for dignify is כור or kavar/kavod and means ‘to honor, to venerate’

Hebrew for ‘crown’ is עתר or atar and means ‘invest with regal power, wreath’

Hebrew for ‘satifsy’ is שבע or saba and means ‘abundance, excess, to fill)

Hebrew for ‘renew’ is חדש or chadash and means ‘to renew, rebuild or repair.’ This Hebrew word is used for the b’rit chadashah (new covenant) revealing a rebuilding, repairing and renewing of what once was (Jeremiah 31:31, Hebrew 8:8). The Greek word for ‘new

Greek for “new” is kaine and means ‘new’ in the sense of quality, not time.

November 21, 2020

Psalm 43:1-3

“Judge and vindicate me, O God; plead and defend my cause against an ungodly nation. O deliver me from the deceitful and unjust man! For You are the God of my strength [my Stronghold—in Whom I take refuge]; why have You cast me off? Why go I mourning because of the oppression of the enemy? O send out Your light and Your truth, let them lead me; let them bring me to Your holy hill and to Your dwelling.” (Amplified Version)

Hebrew ‘vindicate’ (cleared from suspicion) is דון or din and means to ‘execute judgment’

Hebrew ‘ungodly’ (immoral) is לא חסיד or lo chadid and means ‘no kindness, no piety’

Hebrew ‘deceitful’ (guilty of misleading others) is מרמה or mirmah and means ‘dishonest, treacherous’

Hebrew ‘oppression’ (unjust treatment or control) is עשפק or oshek and means ‘extortion’

November 20, 2020

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