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Bible Study – A Hebraic Approach

Praise the Lord


 Psalms 1: 2
o fh;j;jUila Ntjj;jpy; gphpakhapUe;J> ,uTk; gfYk; mtUila Ntjj;jpy;
jpahdkhapUf;fpw kD\d; ghf;fpathd;.
o But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day
and night.
o Law – Instructions – Torah

 Torah – The first five Books – Pentateuch


 The Holy Bible
o Old Testament – Hebrew
o New Testament – Greek

 Islam only has two denominations, Shiite and Sunni; but in Christianity there were
reported to be approximately 41,000 denominations
 The only logical reason I can think of is because people do not interpret the Word of
Yehova as they should. Scripture after Scripture is being spiritualized, and teachings
based on the doctrines and traditions of men are being accepted above YHWH’s original
and literal intent

 John 3: 16
o Njtd;> jk;Kila xNuNgwhd Fkhuid tpRthrpf;fpwtd; vtNdh mtd; nfl;Lg;Nghfhky;
epj;jpa[Ptid milAk;gbf;F> mtiuj; je;jUsp> ,t;tstha; cyfj;jpy; md;G$h;e;jhh;.

o For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that
whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

 Deu. 6: 4
o ,];uNtNy> Nfs;: ek;Kila Njtdhfpa fh;j;jh; xUtNu fh;j;jh;.

o Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God is one LORD:

o Sh'ma Yisrael Adonai Eloheinu Adonai Eḥad –

 Psalms 91
o This is a dialogue between David, Solomon, and Jehovah. Suppose we admit this, - then
o David asserts: "He who dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the
shadow of the Almighty," Psalm 91:1. ( Hebrew Shaddai – El Shaddai )
 cd;djkhdthpd; kiwtpypUf;fpwtd; rh;tty;ytUila epoypy; jq;Fthd;.
o Solomon answers: "I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress; my God, in him will
I trust," Psalm 91:2.
 ehd; fh;j;jiu Nehf;fp: ePh; vd; milf;fyk;> vd; Nfhl;il> vd; Njtd;> ehd;
ek;gpapUf;fpwth; vd;W nrhy;YNtd
o David replies, and tells him what blessings he shall receive from God if he abide
faithful, Psalm 91:3-13.
 3. mth; cd;id NtlDila fz;zpf;Fk;> ghohf;Fk; nfhs;isNeha;f;Fk;
jg;Gtpg;ghh;.
 4. mth; jkJ rpwFfshNy cd;id %Lthh;@ mth; nrl;ilfspd; fPNo milf;fyk;
GFtha;@ mtUila rj;jpak; cdf;Fg; ghpirAk; NflfKkhFk;.
 5. ,utpy; cz;lhFk; gaq;fuj;Jf;Fk;> gfypy; gwf;Fk; mk;Gf;Fk;>
 6. ,Uspy; elkhLk; nfhs;isNeha;f;Fk;> kj;jpahdj;jpy; ghohf;Fk;
rq;fhuj;Jf;Fk; gag;glhjpUg;gha;.
 7. cd; gf;fj;jpy; Mapuk;NgUk;> cd; tyJGwj;jpy; gjpdhapuk;NgUk;
tpOe;jhYk;> mJ cd;id mZfhJ.
 8. cd; fz;fshy; khj;jpuk; eP mijg; ghh;j;J> Jd;khh;f;fUf;FtUk; gyidf;
fhz;gha;.
 9. vdf;F milf;fykhapUf;fpw cd;djkhd fh;j;jiu cdf;Fj; jhgukhff;nfhz;lha;.
 10. Mifahy; nghy;yhg;G cdf;F NehplhJ> thij cd; $lhuj;ij mZfhJ.
 11. cd; topfspnyy;yhk; cd;idf; fhf;Fk;gb> cdf;fhfj; jk;Kila J}jh;fSf;Ff;
fl;lisapLthh;.
 12. cd; ghjk; fy;ypy; ,lwhjgbf;F mth;fs; cd;idj; jq;fs; iffspy;
Ve;jpf;nfhz;LNghthh;fs;.
 13. rpq;fj;jpd;NkYk; tphpad; ghk;gpd;NkYk; eP ele;J> ghyrpq;fj;ijAk;
tYrh;g;gj;ijAk; kpjpj;Jg; NghLtha;.
o Then the Supreme Being is introduced, and confirms all that David had spoken concerning
Solomon, Psalm 91:14-16 : and thus this sacred and instructive dialogue ends.
 mtd; vd;dplj;jpy; thQ;irahapUf;fpwgbahy; mtid tpLtpg;Ngd;@ vd; ehkj;ij
mtd; mwpe;jpUf;fpwgbahy; mtid cah;e;j milf;fyj;jpNy itg;Ngd;.
 15. mtd; vd;id Nehf;fpf; $g;gpLthd;> ehd; mtDf;F kWcj;juT
mUspr;nra;Ntd;@ Mgj;jpy; ehNd mtNdhbUe;J> mtidj; jg;Gtpj;J> mtidf;
fdg;gLj;JNtd;.
 16. ePbj;j ehl;fshy; mtidj; jpUg;jpahf;fp> vd; ,ul;rpg;ig mtDf;Ff;
fhz;gpg;Ngd;.

Hebrew Prespective

1. Location (Whole) – Verse, Paragraph, Chapter, book , Bible


2. Grammer (What) – Native Language
a. NT English and Greek
b. OT – Greek Septuagint
c. OT – Hebrew & Aramic
3. History (When) – Author, Text, Political
4. Geography (Where) – Text’s Geography, ext Source Geography
5. Culture (Who) – Author’s culture, People mentioned in Text culture
When a boy comes of age at 13-years-old he has become a "bar mitzvah" and is recognized by
Jewish tradition as having the same rights as a full grown man. A boy who has become a Bar
Mitzvah is now morally and ethically responsible for his decisions and actions.

Mat. 3: 4
,e;j Nahthd; xl;lfkaph; ciliaj; jhpj;J> jd; miuapy; thh;f;fr;iriaf; fl;bf;nfhz;bUe;jhd;@
ntl;Lf;fpspAk; fhl;Lj; NjDk; mtDf;F MfhukhapUe;jJ.
And the same John had his raiment of camel's hair, and a leathern girdle about his
loins; and his meat was locusts and wild honey.

John The Baptist survived on the edible fruit of the locust TREE year-round in Israel

Rev. 1: 8
 ,Uf;fpwtUk; ,Ue;jtUk; tUfpwtUkhfpa rh;tty;yikAs;s fh;j;jh;: ehd; my;ghTk;> XnkfhTk;>
MjpAk; me;jKkhapUf;fpNwd; vd;W jpUTsk;gw;Wfpwhh;.
 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is,
and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.
Alpha Omega - Alef Tav

Talith – Prayer Shawl

Jew at Jerusalem – Isreal visit


Yehewah – Adonai

Ell , Eloha, Elohim

yesuwah

Gen: 1: 1 Hebrew Words

Berasith bara Elohim acc haasamayim acc haarez

beth resh alef shin yod tav

yod – tiny letter as Jesus Told

Importance of Hebrew Language

 Hebrew the Original Language of the Bible – Holy Language ( Lashon ha’Kodesh)
 The Almighty spoke forth the Torah to Moses
 Prophets expressed their revelations
 Jesus both spoke and read Hebrew
 Language of the Synagogue

Hebraic approach of understanding the Bible Leads us to live a better Christian Life