Pronunciation: IVREE - Meaning of IVREE: To be HEBREW; To CROSS over

Abram was the first in scripture to be called 'Hebrew'. Why? What does it mean? Is it only referring to the lineage that Abram descended from? Or, is there an understanding of this discriptive term that also applies to us, as Believers In Christ? This writing explores this concept.

Pronunciation: TORAH - Meaning of TORAH: Teachings

The Hope and Purpose of this writing is to communicate to the reader that the Life we have in Christ is a Gift of Spirit, and cannot in any form be acquired, or enhanced, or secured or preserved by any efforts of our carnal thinking. The Spirit of God is the Gift of God.

Pronunciation: BEN ELOHIM - Meaning of BEN ELOHIM: GOD in the form of His Son

A Disciple of Christ. Therein is the description that most every seeker wants to be known as. And yet, after the crucifixion and Resurrection of Yashua (Jesus), God now calls us Son of God. So how do we get from disciple to Son? This writing attempts to explore that journey.

Meaning of DAH VAHR in Hebrew is Word or God's Orderly Arrangement
Pronunciation: DAH VAHR : Meaning of DAH VAHR: Word; God's Orderly Arrangement

Religion tells us GOD gave Moses Ten Commandments. Ten rules to be obeyed or else. The original Hebrew tells us Moses was given DAH VAHR, which means word or orderly arrangement. In this writing we will be exploring the character and nature of the GOD that has established the covenant arrangements with HIM.

Hebrew word HA SHEM means the Name, Nature, or Character of GOD.
Pronunciation: HA SHEM - Meaning of HA SHEM: The Name, Nature, or Character of GOD

YHWH. Jehovah. YHWH Shalom. El Shaddai. YHWH Tzidkenu. Jehovah Nissi. GOD. YHWH Rapha. Wow! So many names. So many titles. What does it all mean? The purpose of this article is to explore the Names, and Nature those names represent, of Our Father, which art in Heaven.

Hebrew word YASHUA means to be made free.
Pronunciation: YASHUA - Meaning of YASHUA: To be made free

The desire of this writing is to show a distinction between a king that rules by his own appetites and wisdom as compared to a King according to God's instruction and direction.

Hebrew word ELOHIM means the plural form for GOD.
Pronunciation: ELOHIM - Meaning of ELOHIM: Plural form for God

Every person born into this dimension knows innately that he or she has the potential to express something much greater, and more valuable, than what they are experiencing. This writing explores the potential that we all have.

Hebrew word BEN DAVEED means David in the form of the Son.
Pronunciation: BEN DAVEED - Meaning of BEN DAVEED: David in the form of the Son

For many centuries, Judaism remembered that YHWH had said to Moses, "I will raise up for them a Prophet like you, from among their brethren,..." After David, King of Israel, the Jews believed the Messiah to be "Son of David". But all of David's sons failed miserably. So, what exactly does "Son of David" mean?

Hebrew word HAYAH means I AM.
Pronunciation: HAYAH - Meaning of HAYAH: I AM

I AM. HAYAH. Moses, as deliverer from bondage, had to discover, and then convey to the Israelites, the Source of his marching orders and instructions. We can now learn that the same I AM, as revealed to Moses, is also the source of our own marching orders and Source of Life.

Hebrew word PAH GAH means intercession; to have impact on the life of another.
Pronunciation: PAH GAH - Meaning of PAH GAH: Intercession; To impact the life of another

Many of us are enlisted, almost daily, to pray for some condition or ill. Pray for this. Pray for that. Pray for me while I'm going through this trial. And we naturally feel the need to respond to the requests. So, why don't we see more positive results? Have we misunderstood the importance of prayer? Does God really need our input?

Hebrew word TAH MEEN means to manifest perfection.
Pronunciation: TAH MEEM - Meaning of TAH MEEM: To manifest Perfection

Are you perfect, yet? Have you achieved all of the myriad of performances that religion has told us we must, to be acceptable to God? Have you done all that is required to make it into Heaven? If not, this article might help. And if you have, this article might help. Perfection may not be what religion has told us.

The Coarse Course of YHWH


With the first three portions of this ‘course’ we have tried to reveal the understanding of the precise order and importance of the opening chapter of Genesis. And included in that precise order is the understanding of how Hebrew words are formed, and then how to find the root verb that is the basis for each individual Hebrew word of the Old Testament. We hope we have given the reader enough information and insight to at least establish a small level of credibility for this writing. You, the reader, will decide for yourself how well we have communicated what we are trying to show.

We left off part 3 with declaring that YHVH is a four-letter word that has a three-letter word as its root foundation. The first letter of YHVH is the letter ‘yode’, and the ‘yode’ is prefixed to a three-letter verb. That three-letter verb is ‘hvh’ in English, and ‘hey’ ‘vahv’ ‘hey’ in Hebrew. We can now begin to investigate this Hebrew word ‘hvh’, and find out some of the many and varied ways the writers of the Old Testament prophecies used this word, and then how the translators into western languages have translated these words. The hope is that if we can understand what the verb ‘hvh’ is illustrating, we may be able to get a clearer picture of YHVH Elohim, or LORD God.

The three-letter Hebrew verb of ‘hvh’ gets morphed into several different forms throughout the Old Testament, and the vast majority of those morphed forms changes the last letter of the word for the purpose of expressing different ideas, or understandings. However, the verb of ‘hvh’, which corresponds to the spelling of ‘hvhy’, does show up in scripture a few times; at least enough to begin to get a feel for the overall idea this verb is communicating. And for those of you Bereans that will research this further, I am listing the numbers that Strong’s Concordance has assigned to these verb expressions.

The first example I choose to use is in Isaiah 47:11. This is not the first use of this verb ‘hvh’ in the scriptures, but it is one of the easier examples to recognize. Judaism ascribes great authority to the writings of Isaiah, so when trying to illustrate a concept or idea to a practicing jew, quoting from Isaiah or using Isaiah as an example carries much influence. A reading of the first 10 verses of Is. 47 will give a good backdrop on how this word, ‘hvh’, is being used, and why. The King James Version of Is. 47:11 translated this word ‘hvh’ as ‘mischief’, and Strong’s Concordance assigns it #H1943.

In Ezekiel 7:26 this word is used twice, and both times translated as ‘mischief’. Strong’s Concordance also lists this verse as using the verb form he designates as #1943.

Another example of how ‘hvh’ is used also adds confusion, or ‘mischief’, by the way the KJV translated this word. In Eccl. 2:22 we read, “For what hath man of all his labour…” A much clearer understanding of the use of ‘hvh’ here can be had when translating as follows: “For what does exist (or, ‘what existence is there) to man of all his labour…” In this verse, Strong’s indicates this usage is from the verb form that is designated as #H1933. When considering how Isaiah and Ezekiel used this verb that the translators described as ‘mischief’, can we extrapolate that Eccl. 2:22 is indicating that the resulting existence of man, as corresponding from his reliance on “…all his labour”, is little more than ‘mischief’?

Let us look at a few more examples of how ‘hvh’ is used in scripture.

KJV Job 6:30 Is there iniquity in my tongue? Cannot my taste discern perverse things (hvh)? Strong’s designates this use of ‘hvh’ as #1942.
KJV Job 30:13 They mar my path, they set forward my calamity (hvh), they have no helper.
Again, Strong’s designates this word as #1942.
KJV Psalm 5:9 For there is no faithfulness in their mouth; their inward part is very wickedness (hvh); their throat is an open sepulchre; they flatter with their tongue. Strong’s #1942.
KJV Psalm 55:11 Wickedness (hvh) is in the midst thereof: deceit and guile depart not from her streets. Strong’s #1942.
KJV Proverbs 17:4 A wicked doer giveth heed to false lips; and a liar giveth ear to a naughty (hvh) tongue. Strong’s #1942.
KJV Micah 7:3 That they may do evil with both hands earnestly, the prince asketh, and the judge asketh for a reward; and the great man, he uttereth his mischievous (hvh) desire: so they wrap it up. Again, this is Strong’s #1942. And the word translated as ‘desire’ in this verse is the Hebrew ‘nephesh’, which is none other than the ‘soul’, as first highlighted in Gen. 2:7. Young’s Literal translates this portion this way: “…and the great -- he is speaking the mischief of his soul,…”

Hopefully these few references we have listed will illustrate the idea we are trying to highlight. Can there be any more graphic description of ‘adam’, devoid of the Spirit of God as his identity, than “…he speaketh the mischief of his soul”?

At this point in this writing it may be appropriate to further discuss the ‘name’ HVHY (when read from right to left). There is more mystery and confusion surrounding this word than any Hebrew word I have ever researched. And the final conclusion comes not from any historical authority that can add more clout and influence than the others, but from hearing the voice of the Spirit. For God is Spirit, and so must be heard and understood in Spirit and Truth. And ‘hearing in Spirit and Truth’ is not an easy assignment in the midst of all of the religious voices that have built sand castles of truth on their own religious convictions.

The Strong’s number for YHVH is H3068. And Strong’s simple definition of this word is as follows: “from #1961; (the) self-Existent or Eternal; Jehovah, Jewish national name of God: -Jehovah, the Lord.” End of definition. However, Gesenius’ Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament gives a more complex and expansive discussion of this Hebrew word YHVH, and includes much information about the centuries’ old debate amongst theologians and etymologists about whose opinion on this word is more definitive. All of this is just religious debate, and very little more. However, none of the resources I have discovered give a logical and understandable reason for why the word YHVH is spelled the way that it is. Strong’s Concordance lists #3068, YHVH, as coming from the three-letter root verb #1961. The problem with that reasoning is that #1961, which many may recognize as ‘hah-yah’, is spelled in Hebrew as ‘hey’ ‘yode’ ‘hey’, or in English, ‘hyh’. If YHVH is derived from the verb ‘hyh’, as Professor Strong has suggested, where is the rationale from changing the middle letter of ‘yode’, in ‘hyh’, into the ‘vav’, so that we may have ‘YHVH’? The value of ‘vav’ is six. ‘Adam’ is introduced into this parable on the sixth day, and as such is a manifestation of ‘six’. The value of ‘yode’ is ten. There is very much revelation in the mystery of the values of these two letters, and what they may represent. And this mystery is one of the most important I AM aware of. YHVH has a six in the very center of the word. And six is the number that most accurately represents man; or ‘adam’. This is no accident, nor coincidence.


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