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HEBREW WORD! - TESTIMONY

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The original Hebrew written text was a picture language, each letter has a meaning.  Below is the Hebrew word for  “Adam.”  The Hebrew word pictures shows us who he is: the “first” to “enter” into “chaos.”  The letters “dalet” “mem” form the word “dawm”, which means blood.  We can also see that Adam was the “first” “blood.”

The original Hebrew written text was a picture language, each letter has a…

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SHIN= 300, reigns over Fire, the head in the Male-Shin Aleph Mem, the head in the female- Shin Mem Aleph. Regarded as the cosmic breath of life. In the Hebrew alphabet, and represents Divine power as it is the initial letter of two of the Names of God. Shaddai, one of the names of God, begins with the letter SHIN. It is the powerful energy that vivifies physical life. It is the energy that can be used to enhance natural healing potential in mankind.

SHIN= reigns over Fire, the head in the Male-Shin Aleph Mem, the head in…

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Yahweh in Hebrew is "Behold the hand, behold the nail."

Having actually studied Hebrew in seminary, I'm like sure this is NOT true. -J Yahweh in Hebrew is "Behold the hand, behold the nail.

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Grafted In Fellowship was established in order to provide an opportunity for King George residents to gather and celebrate Shabbat and learn more about Torah!

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