Rasha is a Hebrew word that means ‘guilty of hostility to God.’ To be rasha means to be so morally wrong that one is condemned. Rasha is found 384 times in the Hebrew Scriptures.
Tag: Hebrew Lexicon
Truth – Hebrew: Emet
met in Hebrew means ‘truth, right, faithful.’ The word ‘truth’ is found 77 times in the Hebrew Scriptures. The ‘truth’ as written in the Torah sanctifies (John 17:17). The ‘truth’ is a teaching guide for life. Speaking ‘truth’ will bring persecution. The teachings of Yeshua are ‘truth’ because he is the ‘truth’ (John 14:6). Obeying the ‘truth’ sets God’s people apart from the rest of the world. True worship requires ‘truth’ (John 4:24).
Holy – Hebrew: Kadosh
A walk of holiness utilizes the commands of Elohim from both testaments. The Hebrew Scriptures outline the purification of the body; the gospels and letters outline the purification of the spirit. Both are necessary; both are essential to be kadoshim.
Redeem – Hebrew: Gaal
Gaal is the Hebrew word for ‘redemption’ and means ‘to deliver’ or ‘act as a kinsman.’ The word ‘redemption’ is found 112 times in the Hebrew Scriptures. Boaz was a kinsman redeemer for Naomi, but married Ruth (Ruth 3:12).