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Sunday

Unlike in English (and in many other languages) where the days of the week are named after gods and mythological figures, the Hebrew days of the week are faithful only to the Bible and are simple ordinal numbers, named after the order of the Creation as described in...

well done! bravo!

Several days ago, we discussed the importance of thanking other people when an expression of thankfulness, ‘to•da’ (thank you) or ‘to•da ra•ba’ (thank you very much), is warranted. ‘Kol ha•ka•vod’ is a phrase of praise we say to a person that has done something very...

Samaritan

The dictionary offers two meanings to Shomroni: 1. A charitable or helpful person (with reference to Luke 10:33). 2. A member of a people inhabiting Samaria in biblical times, or of the modern community in the region of Nablus claiming descent from them, adhering to a...

very clear, highly visible

Today’s idiom, ‘me•ir ey•na•yim,’ uses figurative language. Literally, it means ‘shining light on the eyes,’ which is a metaphorical phrase for something very clear that leaves no room for misunderstanding or misinterpretation. Something so clear that will cause our...

welcome!

I want to make sure that each one of you, the reader of the blessings on the Hebrew Word of the Day, realizes that the call to prefer saying special blessings in Hebrew is not coming from a conceited heart. Without a doubt, the Lord harkens to any prayer or blessing...