Benner Once we have a basic understanding of the Hebrew alphabet, vocabulary, language and philosophy, we can now begin to interpret the Bible from an Ancient Hebrew perspective rather than from a Western one. Most people are familiar with the English translation of the Aaronic blessing.
We often read or say these words without really knowing what they mean. As is often the case with the whole Bible, unfortunately.
Recognizing the Greek mindset is vastly different from a Hebrew mind set; where concepts are less abstract and more literal and picturesque.
We encourage you to do more in-depth studies of topics that you are invested in — looking at words and their meanings; including their root words and cross-references, and the pictures they illustrate from a Hebrew-centered point of view.
But, the ancient Hebrews were concrete thinkers who related all things to concrete ideas. See how a Hebrew mind-set changes the word and illustrates a more concrete picture?
A true king is one who serves his people, one who will humble himself and come to his people on a bended knee. When the shepherds were out in the wilderness with their flock, they would construct a corral of thorn bushes, or a hedge of thorns, to protect the sheep from predators.
A guarding over of the sheep. The remaining portions of the Aaronic blessing can also be examined for its original Hebraic meaning revealing the following: YHVH will kneel before you presenting gifts and will guard you with a hedge of protection, YHVH will illuminate the wholeness of his being toward you bringing order and he will beautify you, YHVH will lift up his wholeness of being and look upon you and he will set in place all you need to be whole and complete.Dec 07, · Nevertheless, isn't it curious, that Aaronic blessing is built so perfectly and strictly according to maths?
3. Phoenician texts is united and without any gaps, words just separated with a dot, and a sentence is separated with a vertical line. Apr 16, · What is the Hebrew word for "blessing"? The Aaronic Blessing. The man began to recite the only Hebrew he knew: the alphabet.
He recited it over and over again, until a rabbi asked what he was doing. The man told the rabbi, "The Holy One, Blessed is He, knows what is in my heart. Now, with this more Hebraic concept of the Hebrew words used in the Aaronic blessing, we can read the beginning of the Aaronic blessing as, “YHVH will kneel before you presenting gifts and will guard you with a hedge of protection”.
Later Hebrew writing usually adopted the Aramaic alphabet. There was an exception in the time of Roman rule, around the first centuries B.C. and A.D.
The archaic Hebrew script and letters were revived and used widely in documents. The Hebrew Alphabet – The Hebrew Aleph-Bet – האלפבית. Find this Pin and more on Israel by Writer Fox. Learn the Hebrew Letters & the Hebrew Alphabet in this free online tutorial with alphabet cards and videos for learning Hebrew.
Print the Hebrew letter chart. Learning Hebrew Easy has members. The Priestly Blessing or priestly benediction, (Hebrew: ברכת כהנים ; translit. birkat kohanim), also known in rabbinic literature as raising of the hands (Hebrew nesiat kapayim), or Dukhanen (Yiddish from the Hebrew word dukhan – platform – because the blessing is given from a raised rostrum), is a Hebrew prayer recited by Kohanim (the Hebrew Priests, descendants of Aaron).