The Hebrew for ‘hope’ is תקווה or tikvah and means ‘waiting for what is expected.’ HaTikvah or The Hope is Isra’el’s national anthem.
The Hebrew word for ‘day’ is יום or yom and means ‘a period of time.’ This word must be defined within the context it is written.
In Eternity, the restored Sabbath, yom and laila will no longer exist nor will the ‘light’ of a lamp or the sun –– Adonai is the light. Still, the 24-hour Sabbath yom will still be celebrated along with a monthly cycle through the Rosh Chodesh. How will that be? Only God knows. Until then, from sunset to sunset on the seventh day, Adonai gave the weekly Sabbath yom to enter into a moment of what is to come.