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Man, Adam

This word beautifully manifests the truthfulness of the biblical story of creation. Think of the following English words: man, ground, blood and red. Do you see any lingual connection between these words? Hardly. In Hebrew, the connection is as clear as day. All these...

Eagle

There is some historical confusion between the eagle (Ne-sher) and the vulture (A-yit) in regard to their Hebrew names. This confusion has not been resolved until this very day and you’ll find conflicting definition in all world dictionaries. The main difference...

Prince, chief captain, Minister (modern)

This amazing word affected many languages in the word. In fact, many English words have been derived from this Hebrew word. The name Sarah or Sara are the feminine form of “prince,” but there is no connotation of power in this name, just nobility. Sarah or Sara has...

Israel

This name was first introduced in the Bible in Gen. 32:29: “And he said, Your name shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel; for as a prince you have power with God and with men, and have prevailed.” In fact, the translation: “you have power” is somewhat weak. The...

The Holy Spirit

This important word is vastly mispronounced by many people, both leaders and laymen. Looking at the transliteration above, you can see the little accent mark above the letter “o” in the second word. The accent mark indicates where you need to linger on the vowel. This...