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The New Covenant

Note: nothing in this text includes theology, although it may sound so. This entire definition relates only to the very meaningful grammatical rule of definiteness. The ‘Ha’ (the) at the beginning of this name makes the covenant a definite one. ‘Ha’ is the definite...

we shall do and we’ll hear

This phrase may sound like the worst contract possible. It says, in other words, “we shall follow and then we will hear.” This is what the Israelites said to Moses as he was reading to them the detailed laws given to him by God. These laws are the laws of...

book, bill, scroll, letter

The word ‘se•fer’ is first mentioned in Genesis 5:1. It appears in the Bible with reference to the four translations above, but mainly to that which we use today: ‘a book’. This is the source of the phrase ‘se•fer ha•se•fa•rim’: The Book of Books,’ the Bible. The...

grace, charity, mercy, kindness

The exalted biblical virtue of ‘che•sed’ is perhaps the most important in scriptural ethics. It has ample mentioning in the Bible: more than 400 times. ‘Che•sed’ translates mostly as ‘kindness’ in the Old Testament and mostly as ‘mercy’ in the New Testament. It is a...

hidden, concealed, mysterious

‘Nis•ta•rot’ are the secret things that God wants to keep away from ordinary human beings. Ironically, we, the human race, have had a burning desire to know exactly these things since the dawn of history. This word is the source and origin of all mysteries! Although...